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Bee farming

Bee farming (4)

Framework bee farming as a way to get honey and wax was known in prehistoric times (according to the legend of the ancient Greeks, people acquainted with bee farming from Aristeas, king of Arcadia, son of Apollo). Information about bee farming …

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Benefits of honey and cinnamon

Benefits of honey and cinnamon - honey and cinnamon cures (3)

Yes, the question is – which part of a woman’s body is the most attractive for men? No breasts! And not legs, no eyes. Almost all the men like a thin girlish waist, causing a natural desire to protect and …

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Honey for health reasons

Honey for health reasons - honey properties (1)

  Honey is known and respected around the world. Moreover, it is used not only as a food supplement – also in medicine and cosmetics. What makes honey so popular? First of all, its ease of use – honey for …

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Foods made with honey – recipes

Foods made with honey

Foods, desserts made with honey Cheese dessert with honey Ingredients : 120 g of honey, 500 g of apples, 50 g of walnuts, a little of cinnamon, zest and juice of half a lemon, 200 g of cottage cheese. Preparation …

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Honey bee facts

Honey bee facts - facts about honey (1)

What do people think about honey in ancient times? In ancient China people believed that honey heals all internal organs, gives strength, reduces fever, tempers will, gives lightness to body and prolongs youth and lifetime.

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Honey for health and beauty

Honey for health and beauty - honey and health benefits (3)

Honey – is a sweet product produced by honey bees from the nectar, honeydew and sap of plants with enzymes secreted by bees’ salivary glands. Therefore product obtained by feeding the bees with sugar or sugar syrup is not honey.  You should …

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Meadowfoam honey

Meadowfoam honey (1)

Meadowfoam honey is often called after the place of collection: forest, prairie, meadow, mountain. Meadow, or the so-called modular hone is made from the nectar of various meadow flowers (dandelion, broom, thyme, clover, alfalfa, etc.). Meadow honey is golden-yellow, sometimes yellow-brown …

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White truffle honey

White truffle honey (2)

Truffle (Tuberales) is marsupial genus of fungi – ascomycetes (Ascomycetes) class of higher fungi with special organs of reproduction – bags. Truffle can be found in relatively warm regions of the temperate zones of both hemispheres. They belong to the so-called underground …

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Manuka honey bandages

Manuka honey bandages (1)

Historical treaties have told us about medical aspects of honey, and describe the benefits of its use inside or externally for more than four millennia. The antimicrobial properties of honey have been documented in 1894, and about 50 years later American …

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Basswood honey

Basswood honey (1)

The birthplace of the American black linden Tilia – basswood is the eastern part of North America (North East U.S., Canada). Basswood spreads from New Brunswick in America to southern Manitoba in Canada, and to the south – to North Carolina, Kentucky and …

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