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Hive air contains ingredients that boost the body healing capacity

Hive air contains ingredients that boost the body healing capacity


This is a place in Slovenia. It's proven that breathing air from a beehive is very beneficial for ones health. Hive air contains ingredients that boost the body healing capacity. This is just more evidence that backs up why it is that ‎beekeeper a have the highest life expectancy in the world. Everything the Bee? produces is of the highest value to humans. 
…Beekeepers have the lowest incidence of cancer of all the occupations worldwide. This fact was acknowledged in the annual report of the New York Cancer Research Institute in 1965. Almost half a century ago, the Journal of the National Cancer Institute, Vol. 9(2), Oct., 1948, published a report by William Robinson, M.D., et al., in which it was claimed that bee pollen added to food (in the ratio of 1 part to 10,000) prevented or delayed the appearance of malignant mammary tumour.
L.J. Hayes, M.D had the courage to announce, “Bees sterilise pollen by means of a glandular secretion antagonistic to tumours.” Other doctors, including Sigmund Schmidt, M.D., and Ernesto Contreras, M.D., seem to agree that something in pollen works against cancer.
Dr W. Schweisheimer also said that scientists at the Berlin Cancer Institute in Germany had never encountered a beekeeper with cancer. A French study concerning the cause of death of 1,000 beekeepers included only case of a beekeeper that died of cancer. The incidence of cancer-caused deaths in a group of French farmers was 100 times higher than the group of beekeepers.
Till date, no study has faulted the fact that beekeepers have very low, almost negligible incidence of cancer worldwide. Due to the weight of this fact and coupled with his experience, John Anderson, Professor of beekeeping, University of Aberdeen, unequivocally declared: “Keep bees and eat honey if you want to live long. Beekeepers live longer than anyone else”.
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"FEED A BEE" INITIATIVE IN THE USA PROVIDES EXTRA FOOD RESOURCES

"FEED A BEE" INITIATIVE IN THE USA PROVIDES EXTRA FOOD RESOURCES


BLOSSOMS FOR BEES


Honey bee colonies require a sufficient and balanced diet in order to thrive. However, in some landscapes, such as ‘green deserts’, expanding acres of row crops, or large expanses of concrete urban sprawl, worker bees are unable to find enough flowers to give them a varied diet. This can weaken their colonies and make them more susceptible to disease. In response to this situation, the North American Bee Care Program has called on organizations and individuals to help feed honey bees and provide the pollinators with new forage sources.


A bee colony needs about 70 kilograms of honey to feed itself throughout the year. For each kilogram of honey they produce, the honey bees have to gather around three times as much nectar, visiting up to six million flowers in the process. Yet some landscapes are lacking a diversity of flowering plants. As a result the worker bees are unable to find enough diverse supplies of food, causing a lack of nectar and pollen that weakens the entire colony. “We are often asked what individuals can do to help honey bees,” says Dr Becky Langer, director of the North American Bayer Bee Care Program. “This prompted us to launch the ‘Feed a Bee’ initiative in March 2015.” The goal was to plant 50 million bee-attractive flowers within a year and thus provide additional forage acreage for the insects. 

Everyone had the opportunity to lend a helping hand: American bee supporters could request one of thousands of free packets of wildflower seeds online and grow their own pollinator patch – or ask the Bayer Bee Care team to plant flower beds on their behalf. Additionally, “Feed a Bee” partners committed to planting acres of pollinator habitat on their company’s grounds. The initiative reached its goal in only eleven weeks through the participation of more than 200,000 individuals. 

„THE CAMPAIGN EXCEEDED ALL EXPECTATIONS.“


“We were overwhelmed by the enormous response,” says Dr Langer. “The campaign exceeded all our expectations.” The result is indeed impressive: Pollinating insects now have large areas of flowering habitat to provide nutrition – some 65 million flowers through wildflower seed packets planted by individuals and more than 1,300 hectares through large company partners.
The project shows what can be accomplished when people work together. “We can now set our sights on larger goals,” says a pleased Dr Langer. “In 2016, the basic goal of ‘Feed a Bee’ will remain the planting of flowers but we will introduce national partnerships to reach broad audiences, augment the education portion of the program and work to connect existing partners to further expertise and resources. For instance, North Carolina State University students will use the North Carolina Department of Transportation Roadside plots for pollinator field studies.”


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Vieo - She Dances With 10,000 Bees on Her Body

Vieo - She Dances With 10,000 Bees on Her Body


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A Smarter Beehive Has Won This Year's Australian Good Design Awards

A Smarter Beehive Has Won This Year's Australian Good Design Awards


A beehive that takes almost all the work out of harvesting honey — no need to don a protective hood and smoke out your precious bees — has won this year’s Good Design Awards, joining the Microsoft HoloLens, Mazda MX-5 and the sustainable Nev House in snagging top honours. Built by a father and son team out of the far north coast of New South Wales, it’s another plaudit for a very cool little gadget.
The Flow Hive is an entirely different design for a beehive to the conventional box, where the entire hive has to be dismantled to retrieve honeycombs and honey. Instead, the entire unit can be kept together and a single level opens the cells in each honeycomb, draining through a tube directly into a jar or drum at the front of the Flow Hive. The gadget’s creators hope that it extends the appeal of beehives to city dwellers.
Flow Hive has won the overall Good Design of the Year Award, little more than a year after an extraordinarily successful Indiegogo campaign that smashed its $70,000 target in five minutes and went on to raise $12.2 million in total — the sixth highest crowdfunding venture ever.
Other winners this year were the Good Design Award for Sustainability winner Nev House, the Mazda MX-5 for the Automotive & Transport design category, Microsoft’s Hololens for the Consumer Electronics category, and the Acorns app for digital design.


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How to treat white water Eye with honey?

How to treat white water Eye with honey?

Translated by Ahmed Mohamed Aly
For the treatment of loss of transparency of the eye lens (cataract) in old age eye dripping with a mixture of onion juice and honey in equal parts.


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20 thousand bee chasing a car two days to regain their queen




Translated by Ahmed Genious
  "Sky News  Egy" said
Cell of 20 thousand bee chasing a car for two days, in order to 
restore the queen, who was detained inside the car by mistake!

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