Exclusive to Al-Ameen - this rare and highly sought after honey is prized in the Middle East for its healing and medicinal benefits. This exclusive sought after Pure Raw Sidr Honey is produced by our own second generation beekeepers. High in antibacterial and antiseptic qualities nourishes and strengthens the body. Our hives are placed in unspoilt locations which are truly breath taking.
- PURE LUXURIOUS TASTE
- HIGHLY POTENT
- RAW & PURE
- NATURAL APHRODISIAC
Sidr honey is the rarest and most expensive honey in the world. Sidr honey is sought after because of it’s exquisite taste, it’s health benefits as a natural medicine, and even an as aphrodisiac. Our Sidr Honey comes from India.
Health benefits of Sidr Honey
Our ancestors knew the healing benefits of honey and it is once again becoming a popular natural, alternative medicine. The use of honey as medicine is well documented in Ayurvedic and Yunani medicine.
The Sidr tree has been used to promote health and healing in various ways. Sidr honey is a known anti-biotic and anti-bacterial agent and there are many benefits that can be had from including it into your diet.
Some common medicinal uses for Sidr honey are:
- Sidr honey is used as a treatment for sinus problems
- cough and cold
- sore throat
- Used as a wound dressing
- stomach ulcers and other stomach ailments
- digestive problems
- Sidr honey is used as an aphrodisiac
- boosts immune system
Organic Quality Control Assurance
Al-Ameen range of exclusive Honeys are fully certified and our beekeepers are in full conformity with the conditions and regulations for the Organic farming sector. Organic Standards and what the symbols mean below is that our beekeepers are inspected annually, as well as being subject to random inspections.
From production to harvesting, strict controls are adhered to by our ethical beekeepers who work hard towards maintaining sustainable agricultural organic farming procedures. Al-Ameen and our beekeepers also keep detailed records ensuring full traceability.
A honey bee can visit around 2000 flowers in a day, flying around 25 kilometres per hour! That's not all. It would take about 2 million flowers for these little creatures to visit to make just half a kilo-gram of honey. Honey is expensive to harvest with a lot of hard work involved and even supermarkets can not afford to sell pure honey at low prices so they water it down blend it, pasteurise it even add sugar or syrup.