If honey was introduced into medical schools it could solve some very nasty ailments and provide an alternative to expensive, less effective methods of treatment.
Studies have been done and documented on how RAW honey can be used in the treatment of open seeping wounds. Raw honey is especially useful and has amazing healing powers when eaten and applied to the open cut or gash directly.
Studies have shown that honey not only helps to repair the skin and the wound but also prevents secondary infections. How can this be possible? Raw honey, the kind taken straight from the hive to the bottle, contains natural bacteria. Honey also infuses the properties of the source of the nectar and pollen from which these components of honey were collected.
Honey is particularly well suited in treatment of seeping wounds and head wounds where the bleeding is not easy to stop. We go into more detail on the application and benefits of honey in this type of treatment. You can also see the results from tests done in a scientific environment when honey treatment is compared to that of salt and other salves when treating an open cut.
What other medical uses can honey be used for? Well, it certainly can ease a sore throat and help with a cough. It goes well with most teas as an alternative to sugar. Some diabetics are able to eat honey and substitute sugar with honey as it is already digested by the bees in the process. Be sure to consult your doctor before doing this.
Honey is generally a type of natural sugar that the body doesn’t need to digest or breakdown. This is one reason why it can be eaten by some levels of diabetics. No insulin is required to convert the sugars into manageable food stuffs for the body’s cells. This is because honey is digested during the honey making process by the worker bees and then stored in honey cells to ripen. So, when we eat honey it is already processed and is accepted directly into the blood stream!
Honey is good for the hair as a treatment. Many shampoos include honey or an extract of honey for treatment. It can help with treatment of a dry scalp for instance.
For more info on the medicinal uses of honey and other Bee products, why don’t you go check out our book on Bee Medicine and Remedies.
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We Reveal Some More Facts about “How Much Money Bee Removals Pay Out “!
What makes money:
- Depending on where you are in the world, Bee Removals should fetch a Pay Cheque (check) of say US$20 (R300) to US$45 (R750 in South Africa) per removal in cash!
- Consider that you need the Bee Removal Kit in order to offer this service to your local community
- Once you are set up and start doing Bee Removals you can get busy!
- You could end up doing 2-3 Bee Removal Calls a day in the summer time.
- Every time you Do a Bee Removal Call out you earn money. As long as you have a respectful customer. Some dont like paying…
- A Bee Removal Call out also earns you honey and some times a completely F.REE colony!
- Be aware, you can also earn yourself bee stings!
- Not only can you remove Bee Swarms and Colonies but Wasp nests as well.
- We show you how you can add Bee Rem
Take some time to check out the new book about Bee Removals 101!
“Bee Products For Money” is our next book in the Practical Beekeeping series, so keep an eye out for it.
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P.S. I am a beekeeper and have been one for many years. I keep my own hives in locations close to where I live on smallholdings in the area. I do this by asking permission from the land owners while also giving them a briefing on the safety issues and my best practices.
P.S.S I also do bee removals for an additional income. This is a great income earner… and in my next ebook I will introduce you to the fantastic income streams a beekeeper can tap into straight from the get go!
P.S.S I get about 200Kg of bee honey produced by my small collection of privately owned and manageable colonies. This is equivalent of 200 x $6 which totals $1200 (Or R10,000) twice a year. That’s only considering the honey I sell to friends and local food stalls at a premium.
P.S.S.S I also make money from making and selling beeswax candles. I also burn these sweet smelling candles in my own home. These are a delicasy in terms of beeswax because beeswax is hard to come by. Many beekeepers recycle their beeswax and put it back into their bee hives. I use mine to sell as pure beeswax candles. I get $4.50 or R35 per beeswax candle and I generally sell around 100 per year.