“..From their bellies comes forth liquid of varying colours, in which there is healing for people. Surely in this is a sign for those who reflect.”
Surah An-Nahl 16:69
Celebrate the arrival of Ramadan with our 100% Pure Black Seed Honey
Organic Ajwa Medina premium dates.
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During Ramadan, the body depends on its stored carbohydrates and fat to provide energy. That is why people tend to look for ways to prevent hunger, thirst, and exhaustion. They also tend to become more conscious about the type of food they should consume or avoid.
In order to meet the amount of energy and nutrients that the body needs, one should consume 1.5 to 2 liters of water daily, as well as follow a diet that is based on low glycemic index (GI) foods, among which is honey.
A whole month of fasting and performing different religious activities might be challenging. However, Ramadan is an excellent opportunity for many people to change their lifestyles and orient themselves toward healthier diets, such as replacing refined sugar with pure honey.
As energy is depleted after fasting throughout the day, Iftar needs to be done with a complete and digestible food that provides maximum strength and energy. The Ajwa dates are capable of fulfilling all these purposes immediately. The sugar in dates keeps your energy levels high, and its high fibre content also makes you feel full for a longer time, which is why it is commonly eaten during both iftar and sahur . But more than the science, Muslims cherish the date because of its associations with Prophet Muhmamad’s traditions.
We recommend 1 tablespoon every morning on an empty stomach before sahur for best results. And 1 tablespoon of honey before bed.
Our products are not certified organic, but we do third-party test all of our formulas for pesticides, antibiotics and heavy metals to ensure that we only bottle the very best ingredients.
We received this question quite a few times. As with any raw, unprocessed foods, honey is not recommended for infants whose immune systems are not fully developed, a process that occurs usually in the first year.
Therefore, it is not recommended for children under one year of age.
Honey, although much more nutritious than plain sugar, can affect blood sugar (depending on the amount consumed). We recommend you consult with your healthcare provider first if you have concerns.
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