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What everyone NEEDS to know about these bees (SHOCKING!)

Save the flower friends 

The only thing that can stop the wild bee collapse crisis is to come together in times like this and unite for the common cause which is for our little flower huggers.

Save the Bees is a movement towards protecting honey bees. We are doing all we can to assist beekeepers with solutions for pollination services.


Pollination, or, the pollination of crops, flowers, or vegetables by bees is the backbone of agriculture and food production. Without the bees, there would be no pollination of produce, and therefore, no food, and no crops, and you, the consumer, would go hungry!

Commercial honey bees are called "colonies" because they establish these colonies to collect nectar and pollen from natural floral sources like nectar-rich plants, sunflowers, and from flowers that have been treated with pesticides, herbicides, and fungicides. These pesticides and herbicides affect the quality of the nectar that the bees will collect to pollinate the flowers, thus pollination is the basis of food production. Without a healthy bee population to pollinate the flowers, there would be no food, no food crops, and thus, no food for the consumer.

The bees are dying, (could it be 5G?

Bees are wonderful insects, but are in decline due to a number of things. But the primary reason behind bee extinction is the devastating effects of Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD), also called the Bee Flu.


Currently, the main cause of CCD is the usage of a variety of chemicals that negatively affect the health of honey bees. Many companies who grow products for commercial use are not following the safety guidelines that are in place to prevent bee loss. For example, many farmers are using more than one type of pesticide on their fields in order to control aphids.


This is a crucial mistake, as beekeepers have to wear masks and safety goggles to protect themselves from bee stings. Without masks, if any of the bees sting you, you will experience a nasty, painful, itchy, itchy bee sting, and depending on the severity of the sting, may require medical treatment.


If you are a beekeeper, then you know that bees, unlike most other creatures, are complex organisms, and must be fed properly, as well as looking after. Therefore, if you are serious about your job, you must learn how to protect the bees, in addition to maintaining your health, and your home, as a beekeeper. In fact, many beekeepers will use bee oils, oils from different plants, bee pollen, and even honey, to help maintain and strengthen their immune systems.

 Bees like every other organism picks up frequencies. Science has recently proved that 5G can harm and manipulate the environment. Mass bee graves were seen and photographed but was covered up by the powers that be. 

If you have bee pollen in your home, you can always get some bees and offer them honey, which will help to strengthen their immune systems and also strengthen their bonds with you, the beekeeper. Bee pollen has been proven to increase the growth rate of bees, which is also known as the Queen's ability to lay eggs, in turn resulting in new, strong, strong colonies.

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