It is the rare honey from the mountain Sidr flowers used since ancient times as a preservative and rejuvenator. Primitively collected from the hives of wild bees, it contains 18 times the antioxidants of regular honey. Sidr honey varies from one source to another in terms of taste, color, flavor and density. But all of these types share a special taste and flavor, as well as being extremely rare and expensive. In ancient times, mountain honey was given to kings and leaders as a sign of gratitude and respect.
Kashmiri honey benefits:
Sleep disorders: Kashmiri honey is one of the most important therapeutic recipes that eliminate insomnia and help calm nerves.
Kashmiri honey contributes to the treatment of nervous headaches and nervous inflammation because it contains vitamin A.
Beneficial for the bone: Kashmiri honey treats rheumatic diseases and arthritis by eating it, pollen and royal jelly. In addition, it improves the growth of bones and teeth and prevents the risk of rickets because it contains calcium, which is one of the most important components of bones.
Beneficial for the Respiratory System: Kashmiri honey works to get rid of coughs and coughs, and moisturizes the throat in case of dryness, and cures colds. Good nutritive: Kashmiri honey is one of the most important nutrients for patients who are in the convalescent period, as it works to resist aging.
Useful for pregnant women: Kashmiri honey helps a pregnant woman to get rid of vomiting, and works to increase the contraction of the uterus during childbirth.
It prevents cancer by eating it with the black bean, because it contains fatty acids.