Yemen Euphorbia honey
Yemeni spurge honey, otherwise known as Yemeni Sal honey, is a rare and precious product with a delicate, subtle taste.
It is the only honey to act on allergic asthma, and is a source of numerous benefits.
It's worth noting that it has an unusual taste, but this original flavour is also a gourmet's delight, for all and sundry.
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Yemeni spurge honey, also commonly known as Yemeni Sal honey, is a rare and precious product.
Produced in the Yemeni terroir, its therapeutic virtues are appreciated, as is its subtle taste.
Indeed, this cactus honey is renowned for its original taste, which comes from euphorbia, a plant that is toxic to humans in its natural state, but its honey loses this characteristic.
Geographical and natural origin of euphorbia honey
Inaccurately, Yemeni honey is called daghmous honey, but "daghmous" is a word from the Moroccan dialect and means "cactus", whereas in the Yemen region, the word "sal" is used to define the cactus.
Our euphorbia honey comes mainly from two regions: Ibb and Ta'izz.
The city of Ta'izz, whose region in the south-west of the country bears the same name, was once reputed to be one of the most beautiful cities in the world, its temperate climate enabling it to produce this surprising honey.
With its warm summer and mild winter climate, this region offers direct access to the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden.
Ibb, also located in the south-west of the country, in more remote inland areas, is characterized by a humid climate, which complicates the work of beekeepers
honey of excellent quality.
Benefits / Virtues of euphorbia honey
In addition to its atypical taste, euphorbia honey has numerous therapeutic virtues. Before listing them, it's worth remembering that it's the only one to act on allergic asthma!
This honey is mainly used to :
- Fight asthma and allergic asthma,
- Eliminate oily coughs and sore throats,
- Its antioxidant properties,
- Improve immune defenses,
- Fight joint pain,
- Combat diabetes and hypertension,
- Relieve headaches.
As far as honeys are concerned, euphorbia is a real source of health benefits.
Gustatory and visual qualities of euphorbia honey
Not content with having a number of virtues beneficial to all, from a gustatory point of view, euphorbia honey is not to be outdone!
The first tasting will surprise you: its subtle, pungent taste gives way to a sensation of warmth, and pleasure without moderation.
Finally, the texture of this honey is smooth and soft, a gourmet's delight.
Directions for use
This honey is first and foremost used for its medicinal properties. The unique sensation it gives off does not allow it to be incorporated into mixtures or used as a sweetener.
Euphorbia honey can be used to follow a fertility cure over a more or less long period, as a complement to palm pollen.
If you suffer from allergic asthma, this honey can soothe your ailments, preferably during severe asthma attacks.
How to store euphorbia honey
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 the moisture content, which should not exceed 17-18%.
Above this level of humidity, the honey's fermentation process would begin. We do not, of course, 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.