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Tualang est un miel de jungle multifloral malais. Au cours des dernières années, le nombre d'études publiées dans des bases de données médicales a considérablement augmenté en ce qui concerne ses avantages potentiels pour la santé. Le miel est produit par l'abeille (Apis dorsata), qui construit des ruches sur des branches de grands arbres Tualang situés principalement dans la région nord-ouest de la Malaisie péninsulaire. Wilder Tualang Honig – Heilkraft aus dem Regenwald from Nirwana Sariff on Vimeo. Cette revue rassemble les résultats des différentes études sur le miel Tualang qui vont de la recherche sur la culture tissulaire à...

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Der Tualang Honig stammt aus dem Regenwald in Südostasien, der über 100 Millionen Jahre alt ist und noch weitgehend unberührt von Umweltzerstörungen ist. Der Tualang Baum, Asiens größter Baum, wird bis zu 76 Meter hoch, und wächst in Malaysia, Sumatra, Borneo und Indonesien. Er ist der „Lebensraum“ der größten Honigbienen der Welt, den bis zu 3 cm großen Riesenhonigbienen „Apis Dorsata“, die ihre offenen Bienenstöcke bzw. Waben an die Äste und Stämme der Bäume bauen. Deswegen wird der Tualang-Baum auch „Bienenbaum“ genannt.

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For decades, many honey hunters depend on tualang harvesting as to support their livelihood. Tualang trees are tall trees which grow in the jungle, now suffer the consequences of deforestation forcing the honey hunters to go deeper into the jungle making the harvesting longer and harder. Illegal logging and legalised development has really impacted the climates, the flora and fauna causing the bees to move away as there is decreased in their food supply and worse, caused the bees to disappear. Many will not admit that we have less good honey available now, because it is something that nature provides, which...

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September is now here and most of our medicinal honey approaching the end of its season. We have managed to secure stocks for our tualang as we have projected the demand and its growth for years. However, the increase in demand for Gelam is sudden and overwhelming and we are not ready with the stocks to keep up with the request this year. So please email us before placing your order for the gelam below as we have very low stock for this and we can no longer harvest this year. However, if you don't see this notice and have placed...

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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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