Moroccan Euphorbiaceae Honey

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Moroccan Euphorbiaceae honey

Our moroccan euphorbiaceae honey  is 100% pure and natural 

Product in southern Morocco, This honey is known for its effectiveness in the treatment of respiratory diseases of the urinary tract and throat infections. It is effective also against cough ,asthma and diabetes.

Net weight :500 g

 

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Our moroccan euphorbiaceae is 100% pure and natural 

Product in southern Morocco, This honey is known for its effectiveness in the treatment of respiratory diseases of the urinary tract and throat infections. It is effective also against cough ,asthma and diabetes.

 

moroccan euphorbiaceae honey

 

Directions for use:

A large spoon in a glass of water or juice of orange twice per day.
Composition of honey:

  • Carbohydrates (levulose: 38% of the weight of the honey, glucose: 31%, sucrose: 1.5%, maltose: 7.5%, etc...)
  • Vitamins (B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B8, B9,...)
  • Proteins (peptones, albumins, globulins, nucleo-protein...)
  • Acids (gluconic, acetic, citric, lactic,...)
  • Enzymes (invertase, amylase, amylase-b, a-glucosidase,...)
  • Mineral salts (magnesium, phosphorus, calcium, iron, sodium, copper,manganese, chlorine, potassium, sulfur, Silicon...).
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  • This Euphorbia's blooms give off a sweet honey perfume - hence the plants' common name 'Honey Spurge'. It is a stunning evergreen shrub, with distinctive narrow leaves and unusual summer blooms.
    Ideal for adding colour and architectural shape to mixed borders, it forms a natural dome shape, and gives structure and an architectural quality to the garden. Or try it as part of an exotic scheme; the luminous-green leaves look great with large-leafed plants. 
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  • Origin: 
    Euphorbias appear as natives across the world. They are one of the most interesting and diverse genus, featuring an incredible 2,000 plus widely varying species, including many good garden plants. 
    The plant belongs to the same family as the Poinsettia, Euphorbia Pulcherrima.
    Euphorbia mellifera is native to the islands off the Moroccan coast, including the Canary Islands and the Macaronesia.