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Mad Honey - Nepalese hallucinogenic honey

This honey can be named in many different ways: Mad honey, crazy honey, hallucinogenic honey, red honey, cliff honey...You will see that it has a rather particular specificity, patience we will tell you about it a little further down. It is a very rare and prized honey, it is harvested only twice a year!

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Bees produce more honey during lockdown 🐝

Weather conditions are favourable and as there is less pollution with confinement, bees are more numerous in the hives and produce more honey. Bees make more honey on quarantine  No one really cared about them during this unprecedented lockdown, and yet they are there.  In preparation for the July honey harvest, the bees continue to work with the seriousness and rigour they are known for.  In some areas, they are even zealous in taking advantage of the calm and the decline in human activity outdoors.. A good year awaited, after a bad year 2019 The first harvests are underway in France and the rest of the world.  Beekeepers have not stopped their activity because of the coronavirus and containment measures...

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Honey, a medicine?

Honey has many health benefits.  From its nutritional qualities to its antiseptic power, quick overview. The various benefits It facilitates the assimilation of food, in particular because of all the enzymes that improve digestion and intestinal transit.  Its high sugar content makes it a very interesting mild laxative at any age. In young children, honey improves growth by contributing to a good fixation of calcium and magnesium on the bones. Heartburn is one of the most recurrent ailments of our time.  Honey combined with fibres has shown real abilities in the treatment of these burns, especially in pregnant women in their last month of pregnancy. Honey helps to lower cholesterol levels. It helps to stop anaemia due to the presence...

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How honey’s made?

Bees are one of the most organized animals.  And making honey is not simple, so bees organize themselves in the best way to make nature's gold.  Each bee has a role in its colony, in the bee society. Let's discover together how they make honey. The process of making honey describes the work of foragers, while the second part describes the work of beekeepers.  Honey from France is made in the way described in this article, but can be extracted differently depending on the means of the beekeeper and the region of the world. First step: The production of honey by bees The bee & the nectar Concentrate, I'll explain in detail how bees make honey.  The basic substance needed...

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How to taste honey ?

Let's face it, honey is like wine, it can be tasted! You take your time to admire its light or dark colour and its creamy or liquid texture, then you open the jar to smell the perfume that comes out of it, sweet, intense or moderate, before tasting it and trying to detect each of the aromas it contains, fresh, sweet, fruity or woody? Tasting honey is a multi-step process.  The sensations are never the same as the honeys are unique in relation to each other. There are several ways to taste honey: with a spoon, in a drink, on a slice of bread or cheese, in a recipe... Here are our tips for a successful taste experience. Let's start...

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