You are what you eat, and drink, so this is a good place to start.


Lori Wasserman - Author  | 
April 12, 2016
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Those pesky little (sometimes not so little), flying geniuses produce some of the most nutrient rich foods on the planet.

Did you know the only sterile environment in nature is the beehive? Here’s the low-down on how you can benefit from the buzzards’ hard work in the garden:



Royal Jelly: When a Queen is chosen she is fed only Royal Jelly for her entire life. She becomes twice the size of a worker bee, and while the life span of a worker bee is 35 – 40 days, the Queen lives for 4 – 5 years and lays 3,000 eggs a day! It is the superfood of nature and has amazing effects on health and vitality.

Bee Pollen: With the addition of water, the human body can survive on bee pollen alone. The pollen is the only food that contains in exact balance the 22 known essential nutrients which we need to maintain health and vitality. Sprinkle on yogurt, toss in a smoothie, or keep it in your office drawer or your purse for a quick energy shot, anytime!

Propolis: This is a substance made by the bees from the protective resins on flower buds to produce a powerful antibiotic and antifungal that they use to protect the hive from bacteria, viruses, fungus and mold – this makes the beehive the ONLY sterile environment that occurs naturally in nature. Great for cuts, sore throats, tonsillitis, gum heat,h and for helping to beat the dreaded cold and flu bugs.

Honey: This sweet syrup (when made by local beekeepers) has been shown to help alleviate allergies when consumed in small daily amounts (tsp a day).

The benefits to your health will be as sweet as honey! Buzz Buzz….


*Remember – if you’re allergic to bees, then you’re allergic to bee products.