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Bee venom ‘kills breast cancer cells

Honeybee venom can kill breast cancer cells in the laboratory, according to “incredibly exciting” research. The poisonous substance’s potential for treating the disease was first report in a 1950 edition of the journal Nature, with scientists demonstrating venom reduced tumour growth in patients. With interest into venom’s therapeutic effect booming in the past 20 years, a team […]

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Gabes Honey ABOUT BEES

Bee Facts: The best known honey bee is the Western Honey Bee which has been domesticated for honey production and crop pollination. Besides being a vital part of the worlds CROP POLLINATION bees also produce a fine clean sootless WAX that people have valued for candles and soap making as well as lip balms, and […]

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Cooking with Honey

Savory Sweet Cooking with Gabes Honey 10 Incredible Uses For Honey – VIDEO Golden honey! One of nature’s finest desserts. Besides eating it spoonful by delicious spoonful, you can use honey in many other ways. HONEY GARLIC BUTTER ROASTED CARROTSHoney garlic butter roasted carrots are the best side dish to add to your dinner table! […]

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GABES HONEY videos

Have a look at our COOL BEE VIDEOS featuring Gabe the Beekeeper! Learn about Bees and Honey! Watch GABES HONEY Videos! National Science Foundation How Honey Bees Make Honey Honey bees make honey from nectar to fuel their flight – and our sweet tooth. But they also need pollen for protein. So they trap, brush […]

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Gabes Honey & Bee Removal

“Save The BEES, They help keep the world SWEET” Bees are flying insects closely related to wasps and ants, known for their pollination of plants and for producing honey and beeswax. Depictions of humans collecting honey from bees date to 10,000 years ago. Beekeeping in pottery vessels began about 9,000 years ago in North Africa. […]

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Bee and Succulent Cactus Bloom

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