Updated: Jun 28, 2021
Interesting facts about stingless bee honey
What is Stingless bee?
Like honey bees, stingless bees (or meliponini) are pollinating agents that collect honey. However, stingless bees do not have a sting and also do not attack humans. There are about 500 species of stingless bees around the world, mainly in the tropical regions of Australia, Africa, America, and Southeast Asia.
Stingless bee Honey facts
Stingless bee honey has a much higher medicinal and nutritional value than regular bee honey.
Using stingless bee honey to make herb-infused honey will enhance the medicinal properties of the herbs.
People in Africa and South America use stingless bee honey as a medicine to treat various diseases because of its anti-bacterial, anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory properties.
Stingless bee honey helps to improve blood circulation, improve immunity, maintain health and beauty, remove toxins, regulate blood sugar, and prevent various diseases.
Stingless bee honey is also used to treat external and internal wounds, gastritis, allergies, fever, ulcers, infections, colds, coughs, and so on. A study from Universiti Sains Malaysia found that stingless bee honey may reduce the severity of COVID19 conditions. doi.org/10.21315/mjms2020.27.2.17
beware of fake honey
The growing demand for stingless bee honey has caused some stingless bee entrepreneurs to add additives to increase production. Beware of syndicates/ personnel that sell artificial stingless bee honey for profit.
abella trigona company stingless bee honey
Abella Trigona stingless bee Honey is cultivated in Lubuk Antu, Sarawak. It is organic, unprocessed, and without artificial preservatives/ additives. Abella Trigona Company yields higher quality stingless bee honey because the stingless bees are farmed in a pollution-free environment surrounded by an abundance of medicinal herbs.