Georgia is believed to be the birthplace of wine. Telltale chemical signs of wine in the pottery jars, discovered in two Neolithic villages (called Gadachrili Gora and Shulaveris Gora about 50km (30 miles) south of Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia) dates back 5,980 BC. Previously, the earliest evidence of grape wine-making had been found in the Zagros Mountains of Iran and dated to 5,400-5,000 BC.
Besides, Georgia claims to be the birthplace of honey. The honey samples discovered in the village of Sakire, Borjomi (Southern Georgia) are believed to be made by the bees that buzzed in Georgia 5,500 years ago. The 5,500-year-old honey samples are 2000-year older than the samples of Egyptian honey that were considered to be the oldest.
During evolution process plants that needed pollination started to produce more and more tasty and substantial pollen to attract insects. Most of plants’ pollen are very high nourishment substances. Bee pollen – is plant pollen that is collected and fermented by bees, it’s not allergic. Bee pollen combats inflammation, speeds up regeneration process among them of liver cells. It’s highly effective remedy in complex of treatment of ischemic disease, hypertonia, myocarditis and heart
Fake and impure honeys have become commonplace in the market today, despite many people's preference for 100% bee-produced honey. Unfortunately, unless you live in the European Union or Florida, you may not be able to trust "pure honey" labels. Because of the wide variety of honeys and the large number of sugar syrups or other ingredients that unscrupulous manufacturers dilute it with, no single home test is completely successful. Use several of these tests if possible to obtain a good guess
Bee milk is a white, creamy liquid produced by bees. The bee milk produced by the worker bees is consumed only by the queen bee. The queen bee is 10 times longer than the other bee, and its capacity to spawn 2500 times a day is much more possible due to its rich content of bee milk.
Bee milk, which can be mixed into honey and consumed like paste, can be taken alone or mixed with the drink. Should not be consumed in too much quantities
Did you know that honey isn’t the only thing that bees make? Bees also produce a compound called propolis from the sap on needle-leaved trees or evergreens. When they combine the sap with their own discharges and beeswax, they create a sticky, greenish-brown product used as a coating to build their hives. This is propolis.
Thousands of years ago, ancient civilizations used propolis for its medicinal properties. Greeks used it to treat abscesses. Assyrians put it on wounds and tumors to fight
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