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                                            WONDERS OF THE BEE HIVE

    RAW HONEY:-    Chua_benh

    Honey varies in color from almost clear to very dark, depending on the floral source and it’s location, as well as the climate. A near contemporary of Hippocrates, Democritus (the philosopher and physician) tried out many diets himself in the search for a formula for eternal life. He chose a diet with honey as an important part of it and supposedly lived until he was 109 years old.

    Vitamins And Minerals:-                              

    Raw honey is rich in vitamins and minerals. Vitamin B6, thiamin, niacin, riboflavin and pantothenic acid are common vitamins found in raw honey, but amounts vary by floral type of honey. The minerals calcium, copper, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, potassium, sodium and zinc are abundant in raw honey.


    Antioxidants abound in raw honey, fighting off free radicals that contribute to many serious diseases. These antioxidants are present in the form of polyphenols.


    Packed with natural sugar — primarily fructose and glucose — raw honey is high in carbohydrates. Seventeen gms. of carbohydrates are in each TBSP, 16 of which are from sugar. According to a 2001 University of Memphis study, raw honey is one of the most effective pre-exercise carbohydrates.


    Each TBSP of raw honey contains 64 calories. It is fat-free, cholesterol-free and sodium-free. The average composition of raw honey is approximately 80 percent carbohydrates, 18 percent water and 2 percent vitamins, minerals and amino acids.


       POLLEN:-    pollen_klein

     Vitamins:-  Provitamin A, B-1 Thiamin, B-2 Riboflavin, B-3 Niacin, B-5, B-6 Pyridoxine, B-12 (cyanocobalamine), Pantothenic acid, Vitamin C, F, Vitamin D, Vitamin E, Vitamin H, Vitamin K,  Vitamin PP, Folic Acid, Choline, Inositol, Rutin.

    Minerals:- Calcium, Phosphorus, Potassium, Iron, Copper, Iodine, Zinc, Sulfur, Sodium, Chlorine, Magnesium, Manganese, Molybdenum, Selenium, Boron, Silica, and Titanium.

    Other:- Amino Acid, Carbohydrates, Fatty Acids, Enzymes & Co-Enzymes, Fats.

    Bee Pollen contains at least 22 amino acids, 18 vitamins, 25 minerals, 59 trace elements, 11 enzymes or co-enzymes, 14 fatty acids, 11 carbohydrates and approximately 25 % protein. Bee pollen is extremely rich in carotenes, which are metabolic precursors of vitamin A. It is also high In B complex and vitamins C, D, E and Lecithin. Bee pollen contains over 50 % more protein than beef, yet its fat content is very low. It is also an excellent vegetarian source of protein typically possessing more of the essential amino acids, pound for pound, than animal proteins like meat, eggs, and dairy products.

    Daily use of pollen also ensures an intake of the more obscure, yet essential trace minerals that may be lacking from commercially grown produce and are often not included in vitamin mineral supplements. Most of us are unaware that the nutrients supplied by cooked fruits, vegetables and meats are not considered fresh because their enzymes have been exposed to high heat. Even taking a multivitamin can’t offer the superior nutrient array of raw and fresh pollen.


    PROPOLIS:-       propolis-brute

    Propolis is primarily composed of resins collected by the bees from trees and plants and changes with the plant of origin, climate, soil and season.

    Over 180 components isolated
    Resins & Balsams 55%
    Waxes 10-35%
    Essential Oils 6-10%
    Pollen 5%
    Minerals Mg, Ca, I, Na, Cu, Zn, Mn, Fe
    58% phenolic compounds
    6% flavonoids
    0.5% terpenes
    Others including propenoic acids and one of these is Artepillin C which has been found to have antiseptic and anti-tumor activity
    Quercetin, caffeic acid, pinocembrin. Caffeic acid phenethyl ester protects mice against radiation damage and make tumors more susceptible to chemotherapy and radiation while protecting normal cells

    Antibiotic:- high concentrations of flavonoids pinocembrine & galangine; effective against Staphylococcus aureus & Streptococcus mutans
    Anti-inflammatory: inhibits the enzyme hyaluronidase which contributes to the inflammatory process
    Antioxidant: excellent in inhibiting free radicals
    Anti-fungal: antimicotic action due cynamic acid & flavonoid crisina. More effective against mushrooms than antifungal medications  50%ointment
    Anesthetic: total anesthetic effect in corneas of rabbits.
    Anti-protozoan: 98% inhibitory effect on protozoan Giardia lamblia ,Also in inflammations caused by Trichonomas vaginalis
    Anti-viral: positive effect on herpes simplex type 1 & 2, herpes, adeno virus, rota virus, corona virus
    Anti-cancerous; Radiation protection; Anti-parasitical


    ROYAL JELLY:-  Royal_Jelly

    Royal jelly is a milky-white, gelatinous substance secreted by the salivary glands of worker bees to stimulate growth and development of queen bees.

    The composition of royal jelly:

    Titamina (vitamin B1) improves cardiac performance and muscle involved in the nervous system and brain.
    Riboflavin (vitamin B2) retrieves the heart muscle, keeps the skin, nails and hair, and is a growth factor in tissue regeneration.
    Pyridoxine (vitamin B6) provides energy to muscles and reduces fatigue of these. It is required to create red blood cells and antibodies, and increases resistance to stress.
    Pantothenic acid (B5) is the most abundant. It’s involved in the formation of hormones and antibodies. It keeps the immune system active and increases resistance to stress.
    Biotin (B8) improves the state of the skin and hair.
    Folic acid (B9) is essential in the formation and maturation of red blood cells.
    Vitamin E enables operation of the sexual organs and has effects on the cardiovascular system. Vitamin PP is used in treatment of skin diseases, poisoning, and gastro-intestinal diseases. Inositol in the Vitamin B group is indicated for disorders of liver metabolism, stimulates growth, and activates the heart and intestines.
    Royal jelly also has minerals and trace elements, among which are iron, calcium, cobalt, silicon, magnesium, manganese, nickel, sulfur, chromium and zinc.

    B complex vitamin:-
    • amino acids (building blocks of protein)
    • minerals like calcium, magnesium, potassium, and zinc
    • lipids, including fatty acids and phospholipids
    • peptides
    • carbohydrates (monosaccharides and disaccharides)
    • nucleic acids
    • 10-HDA (a compound unique to Royal Jelly)


    BEE VENOM:-           fonbevenam

    There are more than sixty identifiable components in bee venom.

    Melittin- 50% of weight of dry venom.
    Adolopin- 1%
    Apamin- 3%
    Peptide 401/Mast Cell Degranulating Peptide- 3%
    Hyaluronidase- 3%
    Phospholipase A2- 12%
    Histamine- 0.9%

    Activates immune system
    Stimulates pituitary-cortical system secretion of cortisol
    Immediate inflammatory effect
    Secondary anti-Inflammatory effect
    Improves blood circulation
    Decreases sense of pain.

    Honey bee venom contains at least 18 active substances. Melittin, the most prevalent substance, is one of the most potent anti-inflammatory agents known (100 times more potent than hydrocortisol). Adolapin is another strong anti-inflammatory substance, and inhibits cycooxygenase; it thus has analgesic activity as well. Apamin inhibits complement C3 activity, and blocks calcium-dependent potassium channels, thus enhancing nerve transmission. Other substances, such as Compound X, Hyaluronidase, Phospholipase A2, Histamine, and Mast Cell Degranulating Protein (MSDP), are involved in the inflammatory response of venom, with the softening of tissue and the facilitation of flow of the other substances. Finally, there are measurable amounts of the neurotransmitters, Dopamine, Norepinephrine and Seratonin.



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    Beeswax is produced from glands on the underside of the abdomens of worker bees when they are between 12 and 15 days old.

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