- File Size: 360 KB
- Print Length: 74 pages
- Publication Date: September 11, 2010
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0042P5H8O
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Not Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,784,600 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
The Beekeepers Digest: Recipes and Formulas Kindle Edition
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I have never considered practicing beekeeping until I read this book. I have had teachers who practiced beekeeping before and they certainly enjoyed it but it seemed too difficult for someone like myself to just begin from scratch. This book gave me the information I needed to begin beekeeping (two hives so far). Furthermore it taught me different things I could make with the beeswax and honey I collect. I have made chapstick and even candles from the beeswax I have collected from my hives. If you have any interest at all in entomology, honey bees, or honey, I suggest you grab yourself a copy of this book. It was a thoroughly enjoyable read and it has given me a great new hobby. A+
Because bee pollen contains all the nutrients needed to sustain life, it is being used on an ever larger scale for human nourishment and health. Science teaches that bee pollen contains many substances that combine to make it a healthy, nutritious, complete food. There are numerous reports from medical experience that conclusively show the benefits of bee pollen exceed that of a simple food item. And the bees do most of the work.
Most people recognize that honey is a good way to ease the pain of a sore throat, but practitioners of apitherapy go even further. For example, some suggest that bee venom can be used to treat multiple sclerosis. With this treatment method, venom is injected into the sufferer either by actual bees or through syringes.
These tips are helpful but to receive complete and comprehensive information, ONLY this book "The Beekeepers Digest: Recipes and Formulas" will give you the needed knowledge to understand the benefits of bees and beekeeping ---5 stars!