Christ’s Thorn tree in an ancient tree. Its flowers bloom only for a month in a year. Its honey is the rarest of honey that is found in India. Migrated from Yemen, this honey is finest and known to cure many ailments and diseases. The bees collect the nectar of Christ's thorn tree only in the month of October. It is considered as a highly medicinal honey, just like Manuka. It’s a thick honey with a rich, lavish and buttery sweet taste. It has a golden light color, which darkens and tends to redness over time. There are different types of Christ’s thorn honey, differing from one region to another, with differences in taste, color, aroma and density. But all of them share the exquisite taste, splendid aroma, and all of them are very expensive. It contains a higher content of antioxidants, compared to other honeys, and a high proportion of metals. Christ’s thorn honey doesn’t change when exposed to heat, whether low, medium or high and even at the temperature of 80°C. A 10 years old sample of the honey, stored in sealed glass, was examined in a laboratory, and it showed no changes in the chemical composition, quality specifications and HMF percentage. It is good for liver problems, stomach ulcers, respiratory infections, diseases resulting from malnutrition, digestive problems, constipation, eye diseases, infected wounds and burns, surgical wounds (like C-section), promote speedy recovery after childbirth, facilitates menstruation (with various herbs). It can be used against epilepsy, to strengthen the immune system, to promote general health and vitality. It is also best for pregnant women as it provides a burst of nutrients required during pregnancy for a healthy fetus.
Note: "Organic Monkey procures pure raw honey directly from tribals and passionate beekeepers all over India. It is unadulterated, unprocessed, unblended, not microfiltered or infused with anything. Pure raw honey never stays the same. As it ages, its color, consistency and/or taste profile may change, crystallization may occur when the natural glucose settles on beneficial microparticles in the honey."