The Beauty of Honey: Healing Power for Skin
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Posted on October 1, 2012 in Education, Lifestyle, Ways to Use Honey | Short Link

  Honey for Healing    Many cultures the world over have recognized the healing benefits of honey and have used honey medicinally for thousands of years. Raw honey (which means specifically, honey that has not been heat treated, filtered or processed), is rich in nutrients including vitamins, minerals, proteins and enzymes. This powerful and natural [...]

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Honey: The Gold Standard for Fueling Our Brain
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Posted on September 26, 2012 in Education | Short Link

  Did you know that honey is medicinal? We recently visited with Dr. Ron Fessenden, MD, MPH, an expert on organic honey’s physiological benefits, which include regulating blood sugar, reducing metabolic stress, and promoting recovery sleep.     Dr. Ron Fessenden, a retired physician and chairman of the Committee for Honey and Health in America (a non profit organization), now travels around the [...]

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How an Organic Beekeeping Class Can Help Save the Bee Population
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Posted on July 27, 2012 in Beekeeping Classes, Education | Short Link

  Richard Spiegel and Jenny Bach love bees. Each of them has their own unique way of celebrating the beauty of a creature that brings so much abundance to our environment. At a crucial moment on the planet, when the bee population worldwide is being threatened, they are teaming up to present an Organic Beekeeping [...]

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UH Honeybee-Pollinator Expo
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Posted on November 3, 2010 in Education | Short Link

Join Volcano Island Honey at the UH Honeybee-Pollinator Expo this Friday, November 5th, 8 am – 4 pm at the East West Center at UH Manoa. The Honeybee / Pollinator Expo 2010 will explore the current problems of bee health and pollinator consercation in Hawaii along with the proposed solutions to these important issues. The [...]

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Children + Bees = Lots of Fun
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Posted on October 13, 2010 in Education | Short Link

Richard was recently in California visiting his daughter and her family. What started out as an idea to talk to his grandson Hayden’s class evolved into a presentation to the entire 1st grade (about 100 children) at Lilac School in Valley Center, California. In teaching about the parts of a bee Richard asked who had [...]

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