Sidr honey from Peshawar
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Sidr honey from Peshawar

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Peshawar sidr honey, from Pakistani beehives, is renowned for its delicate aroma and mouth-watering flavor. Whether for therapeutic or gastronomic purposes, it's a honey to be urgently recommended!

Add to this the fact that the fruit of the jujube tree is rich in iron, calcium, vitamins A and C, and that sidr honey is ideal for combating cold-related illnesses, and you have an excellent honey, both good and healthy.

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Jujube honey, also known as sidr honey, from Pakistan is a benchmark.

For many years now, this product from Pakistani beehives has been recognized for its quality, and its antioxidant and antibacterial qualities are particularly formidable.

Geographical and natural origin of sidr honey from Pakistan

Peshawar sidr honey comes straight from Pakistan, more precisely from the city of Peshawar in the province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

The region has been at the crossroads of many civilizations over the last few centuries, with the presence of Mongols, Indians, Afghans and the Sikh empire.

The succession of these civilizations in Peshawar has led to the birth and growth of numerous skills, including beekeeping.

As the region is very poor, with a very low literacy rate, handicrafts have become highly developed. However, due to conflicts, jujube honey from Peshawar is becoming increasingly scarce.

Benefits / Virtues of Pakistani sidr honey

Bees gather honey from the flower of the jujube fruit, which ranges in color from light green to brown.

Its branches are of unequal size and fitted with thorns, so harvesting this fruit is the work of a goldsmith.

This honey has undergone several scientific studies, including one carried out in Canada, with numerous clinical cases demonstrating its real efficacy.

Like its Yemeni counterpart, this honey helps to :

  • Fight liver problems,
  • Eliminate stomach ulcers,
  • Eliminate respiratory infections,
  • Eliminate digestive problems such as constipation,
  • Fight ordinary illnesses such as angina, and cold-related illnesses,
  • Combat weakness (fatigue, sports effort, etc.),
  • Solve infertility problems,
  • Fight eye diseases,
  • Help boost the immune system,
  • Combat epilepsy, by mixing with other plants,
  • Fight diseases linked to malnutrition.

And let's not forget that jujube fruit is rich in iron, calcium, vitamins A and C.

Taste, sight and smell

In addition to its therapeutic virtues, this honey from Pakistan is very pleasant on the palate, with its hint of caramel, its aromas delicately invading your palate.

Its orange color can vary from year to year, depending on its exact composition, as harvests are never the same. It's worth remembering that this honey can turn brown.

Its texture is the ideal balance between liquid and creamy honey, making it an exceptional product and a real pleasure to drink. Its hazelnut scent will amaze you!

Directions for use

This honey can be used in a variety of ways, whether for gourmet purposes, or as a therapeutic remedy.

If you use it as a gourmet, you won't need any advice other than to take the time to enjoy it!

However, if you're using it for curative or preventive purposes, a few words of advice are in order.

If you wish to treat a problem linked to your organism, to your internal health, such as frequent fatigue, ailments affecting particular organs or cold-related illnesses, you should ingest honey by spoonfuls.

Take a teaspoon of honey in the morning on an empty stomach, at least 30 minutes before your first meal, to allow your body to assimilate it.

A little tip: if you want to make it easier to assimilate, you can mix it with lukewarm or cold water. What's more, the resulting drink will be a real energizing cocktail for your body!

How to store sidr honey from Pakistan

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.

In fact, humidity greatly alters the quality of honey; the humidity level of honey 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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