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Dr. Marla Spivak will be my guest on The Organic View to discuss her work with honeybees and the benefits of propolis to the immune system of honey bees. Dr. Spivak’s interest in bees began when she worked for a commercial beekeeper from New Mexico in 1975. She later completed her B.A. in Biology from Humboldt State University in northern California, and her PhD from the University of Kansas, under Dr. Orley “Chip” Taylor, in 1989. She spent two years in Costa Rica conducting
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Honey has been used in medicine for ages. The Ancient Egyptians recognized the value of honeybees and found a multitude of uses for honey as well as other gifts from honeybees such as bee pollen, propolis, royal jelly, etc. In Cal Orey’s book, The Healing Powers of Honey: A Complete Guide to Nature’s Remarkable Nectar, you will find a comprehensive collection of information about honey ranging from recipes to historical facts and information.
If you value your health and value the gifts from the honeybee, tune in to this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, as host, June Stoyer talks to Cal Orey. Stay tuned!
Dr. Marla Spivak will be my guest on The Organic View to discuss her work with honey bees and the benefits of propolis to the immune system of honey bees. Dr. Spivak’s interest in bees began when she worked for a commercial beekeeper from New Mexico in 1975. She later completed her B.A. in Biology from Humboldt State University in northern California, and her PhD from the University of Kansas, under Dr. Orley “Chip” Taylor, in 1989. She spent two years in Costa Rica conducting her thesis research on the identification and ecology of Africanized and European honey bees. From 1989-1992 she did post-doctoral research at the Center for Insect Science at the University of Arizona. She began as Assistant Professor at the University of Minnesota in 1993. Influenced by Martha Gilliam and Steve Taber from the USDA Bee lab in Tucson, she became interested in hygienic behavior of honey bees. This interest has expanded into studies of “social immunity”, including the benefits of propolis to the immune system of honey bees.
When you think about honey, you think about bees and typically use it for tea or as a sweetener. But did you know that the ancient Egyptians used honey for medicinal purposes? Anyone who is a beekeeper or has proper knowledge of honeybees will tell you that honeybees are one of the primary sources for healing.
Author Marina Marchese, who wrote the book Honeybee: Lessons from an Accidental Beekeeper is a true renaissance woman and is also an entrepreneur. From her love of honeybees, she discovered the medicinal benefits created by her beloved honeybees. She decided that this was something that needed to be shared with the world and launched Red Bee ® Artisanal Honey. Marina has created an entire line of skin care products that are derived from the honeybee. As a true lover and defender of honeybees, she also educates people about the many misconceptions about bees and why people need to embrace the power that these special beings offer.
In this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, host, June Stoyer talks to honey connoisseur and defender of honeybees, Marina Marchese.
The Ancient Egyptians used honey for medicinal purposes as well as for beauty. In Hawaii, there is a very active apiary community. Hawaiians are making a concerted effort to promote organics as well as the importance of bees in nature. In this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, I will be talking to a bee keeper named Anthony Maxfield that decided to share his knowledge and the healing potential he discovered while working with directly with honeybees. His wife Gwen, actually noticed the softness of his skin and asked him to create a skin cream for her so that she also have skin as soft as his. The cream was amazing! So, Anthony and Gwen collaborated with their long time friend Christina Sirlin to create Honey Girl Organics. Honey Girl produces a wide variety of skin care products that are made in Hawaii and derived from their very own honey. Honey, beeswax, pollen and propolis are great antioxidants as well as anti-inflammatories. They scavenge free radicals and are collagen stimulators. These ingredients are natural emollients and humectants that also supply your skin with nutritious amino acids, vitamins and minerals. Honey Girl uses ingredients that are collected from their own hives located in forested areas on the North Shore of Oahu, Hawaii which are also organically maintained. So, whether you are a bee keeper and want to learn more about different things you can make with honey or just simply want to find out about the wonderful benefits of honey, stay tuned!