Yes, when I saw they listed 'Yemeni honey' in the ingredients. If they're knowledgeable enough to know that Yemeni honey is the best. Plus any brand that supports Yemeni farmers esp given the current situation, I would support.
Generally speaking, when you are experimenting with new oils, the only thing I'd caution about is drying capacity of oils: http://ktanihairsense.blogspot.ca/20...y-of-oils.html
Drying oils polymerize in contact with oxygen, forming a hard-to-remove film over time, which makes them awesome for painting if you are an artist but bad for hair build-up if you use too much and leave them in for too long.
Here is an extensive list of different oils and their drying capacities: http://soapcalc.net/calc/OilList.asp - sort them by "iodine value", as oils with iodine value of 130-190 or higher are usually considered "drying". (And in case you are wondering, maracuja/passionfruit seed oil iodine value is around 115-150 (http://www.gardenofwisdom.com/catalo...07/3778862.htm), so it can be considered "drying" or "semi-drying").
Hope this helps with future experimentation with oils.