Honey from Soumour Acacia Gum tree
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Honey from soumour, or Acacia-gum tree, is a noble honey from Yemen, rich in iron and useful for the intestinal flora.

It has a strong scent, a distinctive taste and a dark color, making it a honey with character.

It's a good stimulant for the body, and for people suffering from anemia, it's rich in iron, which will help them on a daily basis.

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The most widely consumed honey in Yemen, Soumour honey (also known as acacia-gum tree honey) has made a major contribution to the international reputation of local know-how.

Indeed, Soumour honey is a pure product of the land, and its reputation is well established. If you like noble products, this is the honey for you.

Geographical and natural origin of Soumour honey

Soumour honey comes from Yemen, more precisely from the Daw'an region, renowned the world over for its know-how and local craftsmanship in beekeeping.

Located in Hadramawt, the honeys produced here are much appreciated by the local population.

The flowers begin to bloom from early spring to early summer, with slight variations from year to year. This is when the process of making soummour honey begins.

The name of this honey is no coincidence! Indeed, when we speak of "Soumour" honey, in Arabic this term refers to the brown color that characterizes this product.

The name also includes the elements "Acacia-gommier" and "Acacia-gommier", which refer to the honey's floral origin.

Made from the flowers of the acacia tree (Acacia tortilis), this honey is monofloral, and the tree is known by its name "acacia faux-gommier".

Benefits / Virtues of soumour honey

Soumour honey has many virtues, and is used to relieve a number of ailments, such as

  • Stomach problems: ulcers, gastric problems and stomach problems in general,
  • Treating asthma,
  • Colds and coughs,
  • Liver disease,
  • Eliminate anemia.

Soumour honey also has many natural benefits:

  • It's a stimulant for the whole body,
  • Rich in iron,
  • Regenerating natural care,
  • Useful for intestinal flora.

Taste and appearance of soumour honey

From a gustatory point of view, Soumour honey is quite singular, its taste is quite pronounced with fruity touches, and its scent is quite spicy.

This remarkable honey leaves no one indifferent!

As for its appearance, its brownish color reinforces the image of a powerful honey, reminiscent of the bark of its original tree and the color of the rock that is so particular to this region.

Recommendations for use

The therapeutic qualities of Soumour honey from Yemen mean you can use it as a treatment to ward off or cure certain more or less persistent ailments.

For an invigorating effect on the body, consume it on an empty stomach in the morning, after strenuous exercise, or after an exhausting day.

You can also use honey for pleasure, as a substitute for sugar.

A perfect sweetener, Soumour honey from Yemen is an excellent acidity corrector and goes very well with foods requiring added sugar.

Delicately spread on toast or a slice of bread in the morning or afternoon, this honey will delight your taste buds!

How to store Soumour 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, as a dry, well-insulated place is ideal.

Indeed, humidity greatly alters the quality of this honey by increasing its moisture content, which should not exceed 17-18%.

Above this humidity level, the honey's 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.

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