Re: [learningfromeachother] Re: Bees for development
- There are also more and more evidence to satisfy modern science that honey is a powerful antibiotic.Recently, A Canadian scientist demonstrated how honey overcame superbugs that were pharmacieutical antibiotic resistant.Egyptians of old and many others knew that, a long long time ago.Benoit
--- On Tue, 11/4/08, Sasha <mrkflux@...> wrote:
From: Sasha <mrkflux@...>
Subject: [learningfromeachother] Re: Bees for development
Date: Tuesday, November 4, 2008, 3:28 PMThank you for mentioning that. It's a quite good resource although it
is in fact a print magazine as far as I know. Sadly not much of it is
Beekeeping is excellent for development. ten hives with bees ca give
in a good year 500 kg of honey which is worth around 1500 euros here
where I live. plus you have other beehive products, wax, propolis,
pollen, swarms etc.
Beekeeping is a mix of science art and craft. Beekeepers are usually
people who are sharp thinkers, in Serbia it was usual thing for a
priest or village school teacher to be a beekeeper.
By watching and learning from bees and their natural habitat you can
learn a lot about life.
--- In learningfromeachoth er@yahoogroups. com, "Pamela McLean"
<pam54321@.. .> wrote:
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