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6 most common honeys from Tunisia

Each country has its own specific flora and even the species are the same, there still are particularities triggered by geographical conditions: weather, soil type, pollution, human intervention with chemical fertilizers or pesticides and so on. The most frequent honeys we find in Tunisia are from robinia, lavandula, salvia, medicago, hedysarum, onobrychis, calluna, eucalyptus, orange, thyme, mint, rosemary, and horehound. These are all very common with the exception of honey coming from horehound – o plant related to mint, with… Read More

Drinking water which was placed on a beehive has many heath benefits!

why beekeepers are healthy

The water which is placed inside an apiary, above the hives or next to them, becomes a charged water, full of health benefits. I have first seen this on a Czech site about beekeeping and apitherapy, where I had also read about the products made from dead bees. They were talking about the “biopole water” – referring to simple water which was placed on a hive. Around a hive there is an electrostatic field of 60 cm and the water placed… Read More

A natural treatment for swelling, hives, urticaria and sore throats

one of the best natural treatment for swelling, hives, warm intolerance, stinging pain

If you are looking for a natural treatment for swelling, stinging pain, redness, hives, carbuncles or sore throat and manifest a desire for cold things, then you should consider a drug made from the entire body of a bee. Apis mellifica is a homeopathic remedy made from bees not honey, as some people might have thought. Folk medicine uses dead bees, modern homeopathic medicine kills the bees in alcohol and then dilutes the solution so many times that, from the… Read More

The therapy with DEAD BEES offers interesting health benefits!

natural product good for obesity and high cholesterol

A therapy with dead bees may sound intriguing, morbid and completely repulsive. More disgusting than killing baby bees and eating them (of course, after they were turned into a product called Apilarnil). But to eat them after they died… Tradition teaches us how to take advantage of bees all the time, when they are young, when they are adults and after they die. I love honey, pollen and propolis but this is massive exploitation, if you ask me. Like a revenge… Read More

Taking a selfie in a canola field might be a dangerous adventure. Why are bees aggressive?

bees are aggressive in canola fields

In spring canola fields are a breathtaking sight. People stop their cars and take lots of pictures. But oftentimes they also complain of being stung by rather aggressive bees. The truth is relative but yes, sometimes bees are aggressive in spring, in canola fields. And while experienced beekeepers know very well how to manage honey bees during canola nectar harvest, a tourist may not know how to behave around so many bees. Spring is a wonderful season. For the entire… Read More

Sleeping above beehives – another way of treating ourselves with bees’ help

bee therapy house

We learn as long as we live, right? Have you heard of sleeping about the beehives as an alternative therapy? I was surprised to hear about this and I though it must be something new! But no, as everything else related to honey and bees, this therapy is probably as old as beekeeping. It has different names: bee therapy, sleeping above the beehives, sleeping with bees, sleeping on hives-stove benches, or simply bee beds, ulleotherapy or uleterapia in Russia. And it is… Read More

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