Lebanese Honey So Good

Cedar honey, also called "Asal al 'Arz" in Arabic is a honeydew produced only in the cedar forests of Lebanon by bees called Apis Mellifera Syriaca that pollinate from two-thousand-year-old trees and more than 550 types of plants and herbs.

This high grade Lebanese honey is sourced from the Kadisha Valley region of North Lebanon. 

The primary vegetation of these bees is the Cedars of Lebanon (Cedrus libani), which is described in ancient works on botany as the oldest tree in the world. The cedar tree is also the country's national emblem found on the flag. 
Cedar honey also has natural antioxidants and anti-inflammatories, making it an effective way to naturally boost the body's immune system, fight infections that cause colds, soothe sore throats, help with digestion, and fight the damage the free radicals that cause many diseases. It is also attributed to wound healing properties and is widely used in folk medicine.

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