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Frequently Asked Questions About Bees

Did you Know? Here’s some frequently asked questions about bees.

  • Bees are responsible for 80% of all pollination done worldwide. Amazingly, this means that without the honeybee, we would have none of the fruits and vegetables we need for good health.
  • Every product from the beehive can be used for medicinal purposes.
  • Honey not only tastes good, but is a popular remedy for treating allergies.
  • Bee pollen is considered a perfect food, containing all of the essential, vitamins, minerals and nutrients necessary to sustain life.
  • Propolis is the “glue” that seals up tiny cracks in a hive, but it is also a natural antibiotic used to treat minor scrapes.
  • Royal jelly is fed to the larvae to “make” a queen and can be found in numerous beauty products.
  • Even the bee venom is used for apitherapy, treating many people with Multiple Sclerosis successfully.
  • A colony of bees contains anywhere from 20,000-60,000 bees with only one queen.
  • The queen lives 2-3 yrs and can lay up to 2500 eggs a day during their busy months.
  • Honeybees can sense danger from people or animals over 50ft away.
  • All worker bees are female and are the only ones that sting. They can only sting one time and then they die.
  • Bees only sting when they feel threatened, so never swat at a bee or or they may pursue you.
  • A honeybee visits 50-100 flowers in one collection trip.
  • A worker bee’s average lifespan in about 6-8 weeks.
  • The average honeybee will only make 1/12th of a teaspoon of honey in her lifetime
  • Bees “dance” to communicate
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