Moringa honey from Mali 250g
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Moringa honey from Mali 250g

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Appreciated for thousands of years, moringa honey is one of the must-haves to have at home, whether as a food or as an alicament, knowing that one doesn't preclude the other, while tasting it, you benefit from its properties.

Native to Mali, it's one of the best honeys around, with more iron than some vegetables, rich in vitamins and minerals, a profusion of amino acids and over 40 anti-oxidants, and it's tasty: a honey to discover as a matter of urgency.

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Among leafy vegetables, one that stands out as particularly good is the Moringa tree, which has been used and appreciated for thousands of years, with traces found in Egyptian tombs by researchers.

Rich in mineral and vegetable vitamins and proteins, containing over fifteen amino acids and over forty anti-oxidants, moringa honey is exceptional for the qualities it contains.

One of the best honeys you can buy, it's an important source of iron - more than some vegetables!

Use it in tea or coffee to enhance the taste, and your taste buds will thank you!

Geographical and natural origins of Moringa honey

Called the "tree of life", moringa honey is grown and consumed in abundance in Africa, even though it originated in India. It comes from a tropical tree, the moringa olifeira.

There are more than a dozen species of moringa in the world, but it's the moringa olifeira that is the most sought-after, cultivated and consumed. The moringa honey we're presenting here comes from Mali.

All parts of the tree, from roots to flowers, are used to treat illnesses, and the precious nectar we're interested in is a concentrate of benefits.

Benefits of Moringa honey

Moringa honey is made from monofloral nectar grown in moringa fields, and contains all the nutrients you'd find in moringa leaf powder, but in liquid form.

It's useful to know the difference between pure Moringa honey, which is rare, and Moringa-infused honey, which is commonly available.

Pure Moringa honey means that the honey is made by bees from the nectar of Moringa flowers, the honey is unfiltered, with no other additives.

Moringa-infused honey, on the other hand, is honey in which moringa leaves have been infused, or moringa powder is added to the honey.

In a jar of moringa honey, you'll find :

  • 7 times more vitamin C than oranges,
  • 4 times more vitamin A than carrots,
  • 4 times more calcium than milk,
  • 3 times more potassium than bananas,
  • 2 times more protein than yoghurt.

It's like having a vitamin concentrate in a jar!

Some therapeutic virtues

Moringa honey has numerous health benefits:

  • Retains calcium in the body,
  • Reduces allergy symptoms,
  • Relieves arthritis and rheumatism,
  • Prevents cancer and other health-related illnesses,
  • Has antibacterial and antifungal properties,
  • Gives radiance to the face when applied as a beauty mask.

Moringa enhances and enriches the qualities of honey, helping you to improve your health and immunity. It contains many essential fatty acids, in particular omega-3 fatty acids, which lower LDL cholesterol levels in the body.

Omega-3 fatty acids are essential for brain development and normal functioning of the brain and nervous system, reducing inflammation and arthritis.

In fact, moringa has the widest range of essential nutrients of any botanical known on the planet.

Directions for use

As mentioned above, moringa is a real nutritional bomb, so we recommend 1 to 2 teaspoons a day to restore strength and vitality.

Honey has a higher sweetening power than granulated sugar, so a little honey will give you the same sweet taste for fewer calories, plus moringa honey has a mild aroma.

As you can see, moringa is a plant with a thousand virtues, and the good news is that you can eat it wherever you like.

How to store moringa honey

Moringa honey is a true daily companion, so to preserve its medicinal qualities and taste, we advise you not to expose it to high temperatures or direct sunlight.

In fact, at over 25 degrees all its benefits will be lost, so it's best to store it at room temperature, between 10 and 25 degrees maximum.

Below these temperatures, we fear that it will crystallize, and that you will lose a great source of benefits for your body.

If it begins to crystallize, place the jar in a bain-marie for a few moments, without reaching a high temperature.

Too high a humidity level will cause your honey to ferment and make it unfit for consumption, so we strongly advise you to dispose of it if it has fermented.

For obvious health reasons, children under the age of two should not have access to the exceptional qualities of this honey.

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