Ten Things About Bees and Blogs

 Bee keepers on Twitter are beginning to talk more specifically about their hives. Bloggers are talking more specifically about Social Media, Wigits, Plug-Ins, Add-Ons and Themes. What is the connection?  Bees originated with plant formation at the beginning of time and Blogs originated recently  with Justin Hall in 1994 (Chicago, Illinois), who is best known as the pioneer blogger (internet-based diarist).   What do bees and blogs share? … Continue reading Ten Things About Bees and Blogs

Bee Venom Obsorption Through Nasal Passages

As bee venom increases in usage as alternative medicine to manage pain, control arthritis symptoms and other autoimmune conditions, controversy with absorption through the stomach has become an issue. Experts in apitherapy agree that stomach enzymes decrease the potency of bee venom. Bee sting specialist in the United States and Canada agree that the honey-bee … Continue reading Bee Venom Obsorption Through Nasal Passages

Update on Honey as an Antibiotic:

How is my hand healing you wonder?  Well, there is no infection so I did not have to resort to taking an oral antibiotic and I got to taste the sweetness of  Wildflower honey morning and evening as I changed the dressing. My dog is also doing just fine. He continues to run and sniff in … Continue reading Update on Honey as an Antibiotic:

Search for Alternative Healthcare on the Rise

As healthcare costs increase, the search for alternative methods of healthcare increase. The aging poulation of Baby Boomers is on the rise and so are healthcare claims. Since the Boomers refuse to give up their health, independence and wealth, alternate routes for health and youth are rising.  Supplements, herbs, vitamins, bi-products and organic foods are … Continue reading Search for Alternative Healthcare on the Rise