In today's artificial world, how can the benefits of Sidr honey really improve our daily lives?

Honey collected from the flowers of the Ziziphus tree, discovered by bees in New Zealand, has extraordinary healing properties. Sidr honey is then classified according to its medicinal properties, i.e. manuka, living honey, manuka five+, UMF manuka 10+, UMF manuka 15+, UMF manuka 20+, the higher the UMF range, the better the medicinal properties.

UMF is a registered trademark, and to use UMF on the label, you can be sure that the honey is produced and packaged in New Zealand, the company has a New Zealand license to apply the name "UMF", the UMF grade of honey is 10+.

Testing of sidr honey

Rigorous testing is carried out in New Zealand by impartial laboratories to determine the high quality of Sidr honey.

Sidr honey has antibacterial, antimicrobial, antibiotic and antifungal properties, which is beneficial in many ways when used as a fitness/clinical product.

Sidr honey is available in jars, as a wound dressing, in cough medicines, in pills and in cosmetics.

Medical benefits of sidr honey

Bandages impregnated with Manuka honey are applied to burn patients; these bandages help to keep the broken areas moist and prevent contamination, allowing new tissue to grow easily.

Sidr honey has been shown to be effective against worm infections such as MRSA, foot ulcers where daily artificial treatment has failed, sore throats, tummy aches, indigestion, heartburn, acid reflux disease, gastroenteritis, dental and gum problems, pimples, cuts, scrapes, chemical burns, psoriasis, eczema, ulcers and improving skin care by reducing wrinkles. The aim is to show people the benefits of Sidr honey and remove skepticism about honey as a medicinal and fitness product. Healthy honey is our future.

Honey has been used as a healing tool for over 3000 years. It was widely used in the 30's and 40's, then artificial synthetic treatments/bandages/antibiotics were used more and more, now that the dreaded bacteria have become evidence against these products, it's time for herbal products to be used again in hospitals, at home and at work. Honey isn't just for breakfast.