PurelyB’s 100% pure Kelulut Honey is a nutrient-laden, antioxidant-rich honey harvested from the stingless Trigona bee in the remote rainforests of Borneo.
Kelulut Honey has been used by ancient civilizations for thousands of years throughout Malaysia and Asia for its medicinal, nutritive and therapeutic properties, often for boosting immunity, wound healing and fighting off infections and is said to be more powerful than traditional honey due to its mineral content.
Rich in Antioxidants Honey is known for its antioxidant-rich properties, and Kelulut is all that plus more. Kelulut Honey is a powerful source of antioxidants, containing higher levels of flavonoids, polyphenols and other powerful antioxidants which can reduce oxidative stress in the body and prevent chronic diseases and conditions. Kelulut Honey has ten times higher antioxidant capacity than regular honey!
Anti-inflammatory The anti-inflammatory properties of Kelulut Honey have been shown to lessen scarring, particularly on burn-related wounds and may even help to reduce the symptoms of the common cold. Kelulut Honey’s anti-inflammatory benefits help with the regeneration of tissue and protect against and/or treat ophthalmological diseases, conjunctivitis, and corneal injuries.
Immune-boosting Kelulut Honey’s powerful antimicrobial properties also means this unique honey is a star when it comes to protecting your immune system. Kelulut Honey is packed with immune-boosting antioxidants to help ward off infections, unwanted bacteria and microorganisms in the body. Kelulut has even been shown to be helpful in the treatment of upper respiratory infections and cough prevention.
Compared to Manuka, Kelulut is lower in sugar and has a GI content that’s 3.5 times lower than Manuka. This means if you are diabetic, wanting to watch your sugar intake or want to manage your sugar levels, Kelulut is the way to go.
PurelyB’s 100% pure Kelulut Honey is easy to incorporate into your daily routine! Simply take 15ml with water, mix it with your Pegaga, use it as a salad dressing or drizzle over your morning granola!
Taste of Kelulut Honey Kelulut Honey has a unique pleasant taste of sweet-sour because with a boost of floral fragrances.
What makes Kelulut Honey unique? Kelulut Honey is derived from the Trigona species of stingless bee, which can only be found in tropical and subtropical regions, unlike the Apis species that are found in most parts of the world. This makes Kelulut rare. The naturally occurring colony of Trigona bees ranges from a few dozen to more than a million and live in the hollow of trees. The pollen and nectar are stored by the bees in large pots in the shape of eggs, which are made of a material called cerumen, unlike the usual hexagonal honeycombs which are made of wax. Cerumen is a mixture of propolis, formed from the resin which is collected from trees and plants, and wax. The propolis content is what gives its unique medicinal properties to the stingless bee honey.
How does Kelulut Honey taste? Kelulut Honey is low in sugar, with a GI nearly 3.5 times lower than Manuka Honey, with a thinner consistency than regular honey. While taste varies, depending on the pollen collected by the stingless bee, most Kelulut Honey is a mix of sweet and sour with hints of fruit.
Is Kelulut Honey safe to be consumed by children? No honey is safe for children under the age of one, due to the increased risk of botulism in an infant's immune system. For children over the age of one, kelulut honey is a safe and nutrition option for your child.
Our mission goes far beyond just improving the lives and nutrition of our customers and readers; PurelyB is committed to improving the livelihoods of struggling, marginalised communities throughout Malaysia and Southeast Asia.
We source our 100% pure Kelulut Honey from the Sabah Women Entrepreneurs & Professionals Association’s (SWEPA) Enriche Project, which aims to empower indigenous rural women living in extremely remote villages in the Borneo rainforest to learn life-improving skills, including the cultivation of kelulut honey.
Kululut cultivation serves as a form of entrepreneurship for these women living in these remote villages of Sabah and helps to alleviate the poverty of the villagers while also producing a product that is a popular, well-known supplement in the health community.
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