Wild Honey Bees are Full of Healthy Lactic Acid Bacteria
March 24th, 2012 | Food Facts, Food Security, Our Food, Probiotics, antibiotics, bacteria, bees, colony collapse disorder, diet, GAPS, health, honey, lactic acid, probiotics, SCD, wild
I picked this article up from Organic Connections, the University of Lund has just made some amazing discoveries about bees and their gut flora. The prevalence of antibiotics throughout our environment are destroying their vital diversity. The Burmese have a traditional folk remedy using wild forest honey for the digestive tract. Simply take a spoonful before you go to bed at night. This article explains why this is beneficial.
Antibiotic Resistance and Bee Deaths
The stomachs of wild honey bees are full of healthy lactic acid bacteria that can fight bacterial infections in both bees and humans.