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Pure Honey?

For more than 100 years, beekeepers have labeled their honey as “Pure”. By implication there probably was a problem with some not so “Pure”honey. Back then, most agricultural poisons were inorganic. They killed the bees instantly whether put on crops, or into a hive by a beekeeper. Dead bees don’t make any contaminated honey. Pesticide […]

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Harvest

Harvesting top bar hive honey requires almost no additional equipment. And the honey and beeswax obtained are the best quality that can be produced. To harvest honey, appropriate brood and pollen free combs are selected from the honey storage area: bees are brushed off the comb the comb is cut off the top bar top […]

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Hive Products

Even though there’s not an uncontaminated environment anywhere on earth, it’s still possible to produce a healthy probiotic honey. Such a honey is impossible to produce using conventional beekeeping methods. Other hive products like beeswax and propolis, are chemical sinks and require the best possible environment to produce an uncontaminated product. Pure Honey? Natural beekeeping […]

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