Habba Saouda Honey - 250g
Habba saouda needs no introduction: it's a "panacea" that cures everything but death.
Native to Egypt, this creamy honey will delight your taste buds, and its specific qualities will be of great help in the event of temporary health problems, insomnia, digestive problems or respiratory problems. Nigella honey will help you overcome these delicate moments.
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Habba Saouda or "Habba sawda" honey, also known as Egyptian Nigella honey, is a renowned honey due to its original composition.
In fact, black cumin is a plant widely used in Asia, Africa and the Middle East. It is cited in the Sunna and used in various forms for its renowned therapeutic virtues
black cumin is unanimously acclaimed.
Lovers of honey and nigella will be captivated by the unctuous texture of this honey, which has a rather sweet taste and is a real pleasure to consume.
Geographical and natural origin of Habba Sawda black cumin honey from Egypt
Our black cumin honey originates from the high mountains of Egypt, a region that is ideal for the development of the black cumin plant.
Cultivation of this plant goes back hundreds, if not thousands, of years, and there is even evidence of its use in Babylonian times.
Black cumin is also known as black cumin, but has nothing in common with the greenish cumin used to spice up dishes.
Consumed in a variety of forms, black cumin honey is a new, intelligent way of consuming this plant with its many benefits.
Black cumin honey has inherited all the benefits contained in the flower, which is gathered by bees. It's a concentrate of benefits within your reach, and contrary to what is quoted in several books, black cumin is in no way dangerous
Note: some people claim that black cumin honey is a fraud, because its pollen content is low.
Contrary to popular belief, the pollen count is not a measure of honey quality. The quantity of pollen that can be extracted depends mainly on the flower, and the ratio can vary from 1 to 1 million.
We are in direct contact with beekeepers, and closely monitor the production process, as well as the harvesting of the honey. The quality of our products is of paramount importance to us, as is your satisfaction.
Gustatory and visual qualities of Egyptian Nigella honey
We'd like to mention just a few of the benefits of this honey:
- Strengthen the immune system,
- Fight diabetes,
- Fight respiratory problems,
- Fight insomnia,
- Solve digestive problems,
- Combat urinary and kidney problems,
- Prevent certain diseases, thanks to its antioxidant properties.
- It is also an anti-inflammatory.
Taste and visual qualities of Habba Sawda honey from Egypt
The first thing you notice about this honey is its black color, in the image of the black cumin plant, whose seeds are black.
This honey is unctuous, and the aroma of the nigella plant stands out clearly when tasting it, a unique and highly appreciable flavor.
With a medium-thick, almost liquid texture, it's easy to drink.
Its singular scent, directly reminiscent of nigella, is a 100% natural, highly refined blend.
How to use Habba Sawda honey from Egypt
You can use this honey for medicinal purposes, but medical advice is recommended, as self-medication without reliable knowledge is a risk not to be taken lightly.
Generally speaking, it's a good idea to consume 2 to 3 teaspoons of black cumin honey over several weeks, in order to see visible results.
This, of course, must be accompanied by an appropriate lifestyle, so that you can maintain a healthy lifestyle.
Of course, you can also eat black cumin honey for pleasure, as soon as you wake up or as a snack.
It's a pleasure that can be shared with the family or alone, and is sure to please young and old alike.
You can also add this honey to your dishes, to enrich the flavors and aromas.
How to store Habba Sawda honey from Egypt
Keep out of direct sunlight and away from sources of heat.
Above 40 degrees, it will lose its therapeutic benefits and taste qualities.
It's also best not to store it in damp conditions: a dry, well-insulated place is ideal.
Indeed, humidity greatly alters the quality of honey by increasing its moisture content, which should not exceed 17-18%.
Above this humidity level, the fermentation process would begin. Of course, we do not recommend consuming honey that has fermented, although there is no evidence that this is harmful to human health.
Your honey may crystallize, in which case a few minutes in a bain-marie will restore its natural liquid texture, without altering any of its intrinsic qualities.