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Malaysian gelam honey has the ability to reduce the proliferation rate of liver cancer cells at low dose but not affecting the normal liver cells. This antiproliferation effect is associated with the ability of gelam honey to induce apoptosis in liver cancer cells. Morphological analysis for apoptosis detection was done using fluorescent microscope under 400X magnification in HepG2 cells (A=untreated, B=H2O2, C=Gelam honey) and in WRL-68 cells (D=untreated, E=H2O2, F=Gelam honey) after 48 hours of incubation. White arrows indicate cell shrinkage. Read more about this at the research published here.

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Kelulut honey (KH) is produced by the stingless bees from Trigona species. The honey produced by this stingless bee is stored in clusters of small resin pots near their nest. Meanwhile, honey that is produced by normally found bee is stored in hexagonal-shaped combs.  Honey from the Trigona Bees contains the highest content of Vitamin C which acts as a natural booster to the body in fighting antibody related disease such as eczema, sinus etc. The trigona bees extracted nectar from various types of flowers and fruits from its surroundings. The color is more clear than usual wild honey and sweet...

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Due to the many enquiries from Europe, we are now catering our Europian customers to be able to pay in their own currencies here: https://gelamtualangkeluluthoney.easy.co/  

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This is a special honey, limited production by Apis Dorsata, the giant bees. It is harvested in the area where gelam or melaleuca garden, near National Park area.The bees feed from the melaleuca blossoms and made their home on the trees near the forest.The texture is very thick and tastes amazing. Too delicious for you not to try. Known for its medicinal properties and used as natural treatment.This is a special and rarely available. The production is small and at times you might have to pre-order.

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Gelam honey is a Malaysian honey from the flower of Gelam (Melaleuca cajuputi) tree that was collected and produced by Apis mellifera bees. This honey has been proven to have high flavanoid and phenolic contents. The major phenolics contents that has been identified were ellagic, gallic, and ferulic acids. The researchers also reported that the extracted phenolic and flavanoid content from Gelam honey showed in-vitro anti-inflammatory effect and stated that Gelam honey has a potential therapeutic value in an inflammatory conditions. Many Malaysian researchers have investigated the potential of Gelam honey for health benefit. Gelam honey was shown to have...

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