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What is Apitherapy?

What is Apitherapy?

What is Apitherapy? Apitherapy is the use of bee products such as honey, bee pollen, propolis, and royal jelly for the prevention and treatment of illness or disease. Apitherapy originated in ancient Egypt and has been practiced for centuries around the world as a natural and holistic approach to healing. Apitherapy Products A number of different bee products are used in apitherapy to address a variety of concerns.  Honey Pure honey has been used throughout history both as a sweetener and for its medicinal properties. Honey has a number of medicinal benefits including digestive benefits, wound healing, and oral health. Bee...

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Bee Venom & Skincare

Bee Venom & Skincare

Bee venom skincare has risen in popularity throughout the beauty industry of late, and people are raving about the benefits of bee skincare.  If you are familiar with bee skincare, you may know that bee venom has gained popularity as an ingredient in many anti-aging products, but did you know that bee venom can help with other skin-related concerns? Below are 5 reasons you should start using bee venom for your skin Anti-aging Bee venom may reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles and improve the elasticity of skin.  Acne Bee venom is antibacterial and can kill the bacteria...

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Is it safe to eat honeycomb? - Comb Honey FAQ

Is it safe to eat honeycomb? - Comb Honey FAQ

Comb honey is one of nature’s most delicious treats and has grown in popularity in recent years. Pure liquid honey is a staple in many kitchens, but raw comb honey may be slightly more intimidating for those who are unfamiliar with it.  Below, we answer some common questions about honeycomb. What is honeycomb made of? Honeycomb is the rawest form of honey, straight from the hive. Comb honey is made of beeswax combs which are filled with pure honey and capped with a thin layer of beeswax. When you purchase honeycomb to eat, the honey inside is often fully or...

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5 Surprising Uses for Honey

5 Surprising Uses for Honey

Did you know that Canada produces 75 million pounds of honey annually? While you may know and love honey as a versatile sweetener for your favourite recipes, pure honey has just as many uses outside of the kitchen as inside. Below are 5 surprising uses for pure honey. 1. Treat burns & wounds Honey is a fantastic way to naturally treat burns and wounds. Pure honey is antibacterial and antifungal, and has been shown to improve healing of burns and wounds. Apply a thin layer of honey to scrapes and burns to help with tissue regeneration and speed up wound healing....

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