Sidr Honey comes from the flower of the Sidr tree in Yemen and the most well known place that produces Sidr honey is Do’an, located in Hadramaut, which is a wide desert of valleys.
Sidr Honey is popular for its unique taste and fragrant aroma. As it is produced in Arab where the land has very low humidity, the honey is thick and the water content within it is low.
In collaboration with KedaiSujimy.com, partial of the proceeds from all purchases of honey products by FF2 via KedaiSujimy.com will be donated to MIJ Special Education Hub’s fund raising efforts.
MIJ Special Education Hub provides programmes for individuals aged 4 to 30 years old with learning differences. Namely, Autism, ADHD, Cerebral Palsy, Down Syndrome and Developmental Delay. The proceeds will go towards subsidising school programmes and costs for these students.
The benefits of Sidr honey include:
✓ Tastes different from other honey
✓Strong flower aroma (mono-floral honey which comes from only 1 type of flower)
✓ Not too sweet
✓ Not too bland
✓ Low water content
✓ Natural Antibiotic
✓ Does not attract ants
✓ Certified by UN, Food & Agricultural Organisation (FAO) for its nutritional greatness and ability to treat many illnesses
Among the ailments that can be treated with Sidr honey are:
Consume three dates with honey regularly two hours before sleep
One tablespoon of finely crushed Habbatus Sauda, three tablespoons of honey and a little hot water. Stirred and consumed.
Endless coughing or whooping cough
Take some dried white carrots and pound them into a powder. Add the powder into a glass of hot water and mix in a tablespoon of honey before stirring and consuming. Do this three times a day.
Take 7 seeds Habbatus Sauda every morning with a spoon of honey
Bumps on the head
Pound pomegranate seeds finely and mix with a little honey. Apply on the bump.
Squeeze some lime and lemon. Mix it with a tablespoon of honey and consume.
It is no surprise why Sidr honey is recognised as the No. 1 and most expensive honey in the world.