Exploring The Nutritional And Medicinal Properties of Yemeni SIDR Hadrami Honey
Yemeni SIDR Hadrami Honey, also known as SIDR honey, is a premium quality honey produced in the Hadramout region of Yemen. The honey is made from the nectar of the SIDR Tree (Ziziphus spina-christi) which is abundant in the region. The SIDR Tree is known for its medicinal properties, and this is reflected in the honey's unique composition and health benefits.
Raw SIDR Hadrami Honey is known for its dark color, rich flavor, and high nutritional value. It contains 13 times more antioxidants than other types of honey. Hadrami Honey contains antioxidants, vitamin C, vitamin D, and E, iron, calcium, potassium, sugars, lactose, and other minerals. The honey is also known for its antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, making it effective in treating a variety of ailments such as wounds, colds, and sore throat.
One of the unique characteristics of Hadrami Honey is its high level of methylglyoxal (MGO), a compound that is known for its antibacterial properties. According to a study published in the Journal of Ethnopharmacology, Hadrami Honey has been found to have a higher level of MGO than other types of honey.
In addition to its medicinal value, Hadrami Honey is also highly prized for its taste and texture. It is used in traditional dishes and as a natural sweetener in tea and coffee. It is also used in cosmetics and skincare products due to its moisturizing and anti-aging properties.