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March 21, 2019


Considerable evidence from experimental studies shows that the honey may provide benefits in the management of diabetes mellitus. The benefits could be a better control of the hyperglycemic state, limiting other metabolic disorders and diminishing the delete...

June 6, 2018


……Hippocrates, the Father of Medicine, believed that bee pollen contributed to long life. 

Russian researcher Prof. Nicolai Vasilievich Tsitsin, a biologist and experimental botanist at the Longevity Institute, tried to discover why so many natives of G...

February 16, 2018

Diet and Lifestyle

The amount of honey considered to be optimum depends a whole lot on a person's diet and lifestyle.

For instance, one could be taking foods with very low sugar content every day, leading a very active lifestyle, and following a disciplined exercise regi...

March 17, 2015

....For honey to be certified organic, manufacturers have to meet a set of organic standards and conditions during the honey production (set by a organic agriculture certification body), which include source of the nectar, honey bees foraging area, bees management, hon...

August 9, 2014

1. The honey bee has been around for millions of years.

2. Honey bees, scientifically also known as Apis mellifera, which mean "honey-carrying bee", are environmentally friendly and are vital as pollinators.

3. It is the only insect that produces food eaten by man.

4. Hon...

July 5, 2014

How does it all work..

Nectar is plant-sap produced by flowers and consists of sugar, water and minute quantities of many other ingredients.  Bees transport nectar in their honey stomach, where enzymes are added to aid its transformation to honey.

The nectar is ripened i...

April 17, 2014

  • Choose plants that attract bees – Bees love native wildflowers, flowering herbs, berries and many flowering fruits and vegetables.  Some honeybee favorites here in Massachusetts include – mints, basil, sage, thyme, borage, oregano, lavender, chives, buckwheat, berr...

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