Benefits of Bees


  • Energy Boost – Honey can provide 17 grams of carbohydrates
    per tablespoon, and can be an inexpensive alternative to commercial
    sports gels.
  • Excellent Source of Antioxidants – Honey not only
    has a full spectrum of vitamins and minerals, but it also contains the
    flavonoid pinocembrin which is unique to honey. promotes healthy
    enzyme activity.
  • Antibacterial and Anti-fungal – Powerful antimicrobial
    and anti-inflammatory properties that makes it an excellent
    option to treat wounds with. It has antibacterial properties due to its
    acidic nature and enzymically produced hydrogen peroxide. Constant
    use of honey strengthens the white blood corpuscles to fight
    bacterial and viral diseases.
  • Slows Aging – Raw honey is one of the few foods to help slow
    the depletion of enzymes through the ingestion of amylase. Amylase
    is the enzyme that breaks down sugars and carbohydrates. It can
    restore damaged skin to give a softer, younger look.
  • Treats Allergies – Local raw honey contains pollen that is specific
    to your area and therefore can really help those local seasonal
    allergies. Taking a spoonful of raw honey once or twice a day is a
    great help.


Propolis is a sticky resin that bees gather from plants and trees such as aspen and willow. Bees use it to line their hives and to fight infection and diseases due to its anti-fungal, antimicrobial and antiviral properties which makes it a great for human medicinal purposes as well.

  • Immune stimulator (colds or flu)
  • Sore throat reliever
  • Cold sores
  • Toothpaste
  • Supplement for chemotherapy patients


Around a third of the food we eat is estimated to be dependent on bee pollination. Some trees produce food that we eat and others don’t but all trees convert carbon dioxide into the oxygen that we breathe. Most trees are pollinated by bees so bees are part of the process to make the fresh air that we need.