A single drop of honey is a single drop of health and bliss. The remarkable therapeutic properties of honey were long recognised by our ancestors who truly valued this sweet, liquid gold and considered it to be a powerful medicament that defeated illnesses and health problems.
One of the purest and most effective medicinal honey is the Yemeni Sidr honey.The traditional methods of beekeeping and honey harvesting used in the process of making Sidr honey have assured the perseverance of its invaluable medicinal qualities. Research has shown that the potency of the Sidr honey can successfully handle health problems that appear in the following categories:
Sidr Honey’s anti-inflammatory and can also reduce seasonal allergy symptoms. It contains small amounts of pollen, which if the body is exposed to small amounts of it, it can trigger an immune response that produces antibodies to the pollen. After repeated exposure, you should build up these antibodies and the body should become accustomed to their presence so that less histamine is released, resulting in a lesser allergic response.
Yemeni Sidr honey is an excellent source of all-natural energy. This natural unprocessed sugar — fructose and glucose — directly enter the bloodstream and can deliver a quick boost of energy. The rise in blood sugar acts as a short-term energy source for your workout, especially in longer endurance exercises.
The sweet nectar is loaded in antioxidants that may help prevent cellular damage and loss within the brain. Honey’s ability to help the body absorb calcium. The brain needs calcium in order to process thought and make decisions.
A persistent cough that won’t go away can easily be remedied with Sidr honey. The golden liquid’s thick consistency helps coat the throat while the sweet taste is believed to trigger nerve endings that protect the throat from incessant coughing. Sidr Honey is believed to be as effective as the common cough suppressant ingredient dextromethorphan. It can be used in treating upper respiratory tract infections.
Sidr Honey also contains several amino acids, including tryptophan. Sidr Honey’s steady rise in insulin, causes the tryptophan in honey to enter the brain, where it’s then converted into serotonin and then into melatonin, which is a sleep aid. This hormone is responsible for regulating sleep and wake cycles.
Sidr Honey is a natural antibiotic that can act both internally and externally. It can be used as a conventional treatment for wounds and burns by disinfecting wounds and sores from major species of bacteria such as methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA).
Increasing insulin and decreasing blood sugar. For people with diabetes, using Sidr honey in very small amounts should not cause blood glucose to spike dramatically. So, people with diabetes may consume honey instead of sugar in moderation, as part of a healthful diet.
Sidr honey is a rich source of phenols and other antioxidant compounds. Many of these have been linked to a reduced risk of heart disease. Helps the arteries in your heart dilate, increasing blood flow to your heart. Help prevent blood clot formation, which can lead to heart attacks and strokes.
Sidr Honey has a positive effect on cholesterol levels. It leads to modest reductions in total and “bad” LDL cholesterol while raising “good” HDL cholesterol.
Eating Sidr Honey lead to modest reductions in blood pressure, an important risk factor for heart disease. This is because it contains antioxidant compounds that have been linked to lower blood pressure
Sidr Honey is naturally antibacterial, so it's great for acne treatment and prevention. Full of antioxidants, it is great for slowing down aging. Complexion boost: It is extremely moisturizing and soothing, so it helps create a glow. When applied to the skin, honey can be part of an effective treatment plan for burns, wounds and many other skin conditions.
Raw honey contains amino acids that are helpful for ovarian function and can be beneficial to the reproductive system.
Yemeni Sidr honey can disrupt cancer cell growth. There is usually a decrease in white blood cells when patients are taking in honey.