Medicine from Bees: Royal Jelly, Propolis, Pollen and Manuka Honey

Medicine from Bees: Royal Jelly, Propolis, Pollen and Manuka Honey


My name is Goran. I’m a third generation
beekeeper on Solta, a small island in Dalmatia. Eighty-five years the bees be in my family. Originally my whole family came from Split. My grandpa came here with the first ferry. He decided to come with the bees. He finds some owner, he asked, “Can I bring 20 beehives?” and owner says, “Yes” and after few years my grandpa and my father start to buy the land, built a little house for bees,
then we built a little room for sleeping. My grandpa start 1934 in 20th century with bees and I hope so my son be fourth generation. Bees are too important for us.
Without bees, we die. I always start presentation with this
picture. My grandpa, my father, and me 1970 in Split. They teach me everything what I
know right now. I’m not beekeeper because of school. I am a beekeeper because of
experience and family job. I hope so you don’t afraid because bees is very nice animal. Behind the picture of my family it’s bees. Some children wrote me, “Goran, thank you. Before I came to your place, I (was) afraid of bees. After your presentation, I don’t afraid of the bees.” This small community present normal beehive. This honey came from all six continents
because this is a part of mission, “Give Bees A Chance.” Next year I probably make a new shell because a lot of honey came. When I collect 500 jars, maybe next two
years, I (will) organize the contest here. I call during the winter my friends and we
open every jar and we test. Before five years every bees be here, 200 boxes. Forget the pool, forget everything. Only bees here. Bees never sting my
children, never. They play all around, but I must move the bees right now because a lot of guests is here. We try to put here Lavender, Sage and Rosemary. You know,
domestic plants for the bees, not some plant from other continent. Slovenia beekeeper have a tradition to paint, but only first side, but I go with this boxes to our elementary school and I prayed, “Children,
please make me picture”, and they make me picture. This is my grandpa’s centrifuge
and old, maybe 70 years, is the same procedure you know. Always is the same
procedure. We must remove the bees. It’s approximately 2 pound of honey. Before we put the frame in centrifuge we must remove the wax covering. I turn around, honey go outside. I open the pipe and honey go out. The big pieces of wax stay in the filter. In
a few days the little pieces of wax going up. I pick up the pieces of wax and sell
to the people. Very simple. I need to collect always more than honey because a lot of beekeeper only collect honey. Honey it’s one of the six products. Honey,
pollen and propolis came from nature. Other three; royal jelly, beeswax, bee poison. A beekeeper collect the poison because pharmacy industry use the poison for
medicine. Young worker bees produce royal jelly. She eat royal jelly. If you want to
build your immunity system with the best food from the beehive, please buy royal
jelly. I collect from the bottom of the Queen cell royal jelly and I put directly
in the deep freezer. One gram per day it’s enough and you build your immunity
system and you’ll be full of energy. A lot of people never heard about propolis.
Bees collect sap and produce propolis. I put in one liter pharmacy alcohol. At thirty days, I mix it. After thirty days I filter it and final product I put in the jar. If you cut your skin. Alcohol operate it and propolis make a film. You don’t need antibiotic cream or bandage or whatever. If you have the cold
sore or before flu you feel something in your throat, sometimes propolis help. Pollen it’s a better product. You have heavier pollen allergy one little teaspoon every
day and you build your immunity system. If you eat one little teaspoon every day,
local, your heavier be less. Two pieces are two pieces of pollen. When I put the
pollen trap she must pass through this tiny hole, pollen falling down, and every
evening I collect pollen. This pollen came directly from freezer. And this is a 50% pollen 50% honey. This pollen stay outside because honey protect the pollen.
This pollen must go in the deep freezer. Every beekeeper says, “My honey’s the best in the world.” I’m a beekeeper, but I’m not stupid
beekeeper. This is good honey but the best honey in the world came
from New Zealand. This honey a lot of hospital use. They put directly Manuka
honey on the bedsores with some bandages. The scientists discover inside it’s
super antibacterial ingredients and please if you want to have one jar
please order directly from New Zealand. A lot of people make mistake. If you put
honey in hot tea, if you cook with honey, you kill the best part inside. A lot of
people have never heard about some of the products and this is a good chance to
speak with the audience and say something. We make a mission here and
right now I have a chance to talk. The bees are pollinating more than 60% fruit and vegetable. We lose the bees definitely 15-20 percent per year and this is not problem of Croatia, Great Britain or Alaska. This is a world problem, global. It’s a lot of reasons; little parasites, modern agricultural, pesticide,
insecticide, bees flying near mobile phone towers. This is a problem and thank God I have a lot of chance on the island Solta to speak about it. If you live in New York, if yo u live in Berlin, if you live in little city, visit a local beekeeper. It’s easy to go to the shop, to supermarket, and buy honey from the shop. But they care about profit and I respect, but they don’t care about pollination. You must care about pollination and please visit local beekeeper. This is the
first step. If you have a garden in front of your house bees love flowers like
Rosemary, Sage, Lavender or whatever. If you be enough brave start with two
beehive in your garden. Call your local beekeeper association. They must give you a mentor for free. You must buy a few books, you must go to the internet and
educate, but one season it’s enough to your mentor teach you the basic stuff
about bees. After one year you will be ready to be beekeeper alone without
mentor.

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🕷 DIY Giant Spider AKA Aragog AKA HARRY POTTER HALLOWEEN BIT*HES!

🕷 DIY Giant Spider AKA Aragog AKA HARRY POTTER HALLOWEEN BIT*HES!


Well hello there again Internet, Corinne here, and you’re watching the best dang show on the Internet! *clears throat* Well, it’s official, the best time of year is upon us!
{Agreed.} I LOVE October for many reasons, but the first and foremost being: Halloween. I’ve been noticing that every time we ask you for project suggestions, you leave a lot of Harry Potter themed things. I really have no idea why, why that would be?
{Yep, no clue at all.} One of you even went as far as posting this article from BuzzFeed, on how to have the most epic Harry Potter party of all time. Now you knew when you posted it, that I was gonna have to do this. Oh, Lord, yes! We’re gonna have the best Harry Potter party this side of Hogwarts! Let’s get started, shall we? *signature witchy laugh* Alright, here we are, we got the Internet and our dreams. Basically, this BuzzFeed article is a mixture of things you need to order off the internet, and things you need to make yourself. Definitely need one of these, and one of these, Oooooooh Quidditch beer pong! [I’m] gonna need to order this, this, and that. Hmm, I’m really likin’ these spiders But they’re not as big as we need it to be. I need a full-on Aragog up in here. Ya know what I’m sayin’? So I’m thinkin’, that’s gonna have to be my first DIY project. *sigh* This is gonna be the best party ever!! Alright, so some of the stuff we just ordered from Amazon arrived. This is the spider and while it’s pretty giant, it is not giant enough. Aragog is way bigger than that. These will definitely work for Aragog’s children though. ‘Kay, basically what I’m gonna do is take the pipe insulation, put it over the metal rods we got, shape ’em like a spider leg, and then attach them to a body of some sort. I haven’t figured that part out yet. That’s okay. We’re gonna figure it out. That’s right, we got this! Best Harry Potter party ever about to happen up in here! Up in here. Oh, yeah, and guess what? The decorations we have from last year still apply to this year’s theme. Good job guys. Good job everyone. “Harry was finding it hard to think about the future at all…” Okay, yaas! We are ready to craft. [The] first thing I’m doing here is measuring and marking each rod. *chuckles* /Rod/
{That’s a lot of rods ya got there.} Yes, I’m marking each one at the same point and then bending it at those points. Here’s a tip: If you’re using rods like mine, don’t bend it all the way like this, because you’ll break it. And you probably only bought eight because spiders have eight legs. And you didn’t think you were gonna break a metal f***ing rod that, apparently, isn’t as metal as you thought it was. That’s okay, because we have /electrical/ tape and that sh*t fixes everything. See? All hope is not lost. We [are] gonna make this work, hunty. Yes, bent rod goes into the pipe casing, and then we remove the plastic stuff that’s covering the sticky stuff in the middle here, and then stick those pieces together. This stuff is pretty cool. Then we just have to wrap the whole thing in electrical tape. Yes, lookin’ good! We only have to do that /seven more times/, And you know what? After the first one I realized that I didn’t need to cover every section with the tape. That uses a /crap-ton/ of tape. It also seems like /this/ goes by super-fast, but I assure you, this takes a very long time. And, after a few hours, I had eight spider legs. Lookin’ good! Now I’m going to cover them in some fake fur, ‘cuz I need my spider to be furry. Furry spiders are so cute! I feel ya Hagrid. The best way to cut fake fur is to use a Self-Healing Cutting Mat and a Rotary Cutter. Honestly, no matter what you do, there’s gonna be hair all over the place. So, just- just know that. What I’m gonna be doing is cutting long strips that are about yea-wide.
{Almost 2.5 inches/6.35 cm} You wanna cut it along the backside, that way you run less chance of cutting all the little hairs here. There’s already all kinds of hair from when they cut it at the fabric store. *valley girl accent* See? This works much better than using scissors goddammit. This is what it looks like here. Yes, we’re doing it! Oh, and by the way, after each cut, you’re probably gonna want to break out the Dustbuster and clean up all the hair that’s already fallen. If you don’t, you’re gonna have yourself quite the /hairy/ situation. They’ll be hair in places [that] you didn’t even know existed. Alrighty! Now we’re taking our trusty [Hot] Glue Gun and these long-ass glue sticks, look at these things! This is a game-changer right here! Why hasn’t anyone told me??? Yeah, I’m pretty excited about this, what I’m not excited about is spending the next three hours hot gluing fur to a giant spider leg. I mean the concept is pretty simple: You glue it starting from the bottom, working your way to the top, wrapping it around and around like a candy cane. And voila: Furry Giant Spider Leg And then, you just have to repeat that seven more times. Go get ’em tiger! Woo, we did it. These are some good looking legs. Pay no heed to what they tell you, hairy legs are hot. Winter is coming, bitches. Okay, /this/ is where the fun begins. We get to start forming the body. First, I’m connecting the legs together to form four pairs, Then, I’m just karate chopping some wood, so [that] it’s about this long. Oh, you like my super fantastic karate skills? Well, here’s another one for you: Yeah, watch out. I will karate chop your ass. Yeah, then I’m just wrapping it with some leftover casing and some electrical tape. Then, I’m very simply attaching the leg pairs to the wood. *sarcastic laughing* No! This is not simple. But if you have /patience/ you will prevail. You will prevail! This is starting to become somethin’! Now, I just have to cut, clean, and wrap some more fur around the spider.. skeleton? Yeah, skeleton, I guess. And I’m leaving the last one undone because I’m first going to attach the /head/ to this end. I got this Styrofoam ball here that I’m not even going to take the plastic wrap off of because it just gets all over the place, and then just forcefully banging this piece of wood right in there. Now I’m just taping it to here, [And] we have ourselves a head! Way to get ahead in life. *faking emotion* You’re doing a great job. You’re doing a great job! Yes. Next I spent a good amount of time reinforcing this with the electrical tape. I also covered the entire head in the tape to help add strength. *whispering* You’re strong. You can do it. You got this. The most time-consuming part, though, is wrapping everything in fur. This does two important things for us. Number 1: It’s aesthetically pleasing. And that’s very important. Number 2: It helps make it really strong. This is also very important because I plan on using this every Halloween for the rest of my life. I actually probably will just keep it somewhere that I can see her every day because *whispers* we’re best friends now. Anyway back to the gluing [that] we’re doing. The only drawback of this is that the potential for hot glue burns is very high. Like, see this one right here? Yeah, that one hurt a lot. Making new friends isn’t always easy. Here, let’s add some pom-pom eyes to really bring it to life. Yes. And look at that, I really have made myself a new friend. I’ve literally made myself a friend.. How sad is that?? Okay, moving on to the final piece! For this I will, reluctantly, be using this Project Foam. I don’t have a foam cutter so I’m just gonna go in with a hacksaw, like a f***ing hack, and savage the f*** out of this foam. It’s like Wolverine came for a visit. Tip: don’t f***in’ do it like this, It makes a mess and it gets /everywhere/. This is /much worse/ than the hair situation. But I guess I did get the shape I wanted, kind of? What I’m gonna do to try to salvage this, is wrap it in some plastic wrap. Yeeaaah. This is actually working! And I can also stuff all the pieces of foam that I hacked off right in[to] the top here, so I don’t feel bad about wasting it. Captain f***in’ Planet over here, bitches! Okay-hay… [The] last thing I’m gonna do is cover this with… Yep, you guessed it: electrical tape. Yeah, that’s right. I’ve said electrical tape a lot in this video. Now we just have to attach that to the skeleton with the electrical tape, and then wrap all that with more fur. /This/ is my greatest masterpiece. *singing* You are the wind beneath my wings~ We did it! We did it!! We made a giant f***in’ spider! Well, I think that just about does it for this video. If you want to see my full Harry Potter party, make sure to continue tuning in for the rest of this month. And, by the way, this is the /last week/ you can buy one of our pumpkin carving kits to be able to participate LIVE in our annual pumpkin carving contest! Man Vs. Corinne Vs. Pin style. It’s always very entertaining you don’t want to miss it, and you can carve your pumpkins with us! As always, make sure to subscribe, like up this video, and I’ll see you later. {Major Caption Edits by Rainbrowz}

Make a decoy wasp nest as a wasp deterrent

Make a decoy wasp nest as a wasp deterrent


Hi, this is Joelle Meijer. The summer season brings its pleasures but
also its challenges, like wasps attracted by sweet drinks
and food. Since wasps are territorial, when they see
another wasp nest somewhere, they will move on and settle elsewhere. That’s why I propose to make a decoy wasp
nest. Take two cardboard bowls and cut off part
of the edge. Keep about 1 cm (½ inch) of the edge to be
able to glue the bowls together later. Take a metal hanger and cut it, keeping only the hook and part of the top
of the hanger. If like me you do not have the strength to
cut the hanger, borrow a pair of strong hands to do it! Lightly bend the two metal segments of the
hanger under the hook so that they will fit the inner shape of the
cardboard bowls. Glue the two pieces of metal inside the bowl
with hot glue. The hook of the hanger stays on the outside. Then take white glue and glue the two bowls
together to form a ball. When the glue is dry, paint the ball you made
with gray paint. If necessary, put two coats of paint. Then take a marine sponge and tap a mixture
of gray and beige paint to mimic as much as possible the colour of
a wasp nest. When the paint is dry you can add one or two
coats of acrylic varnish. And now, hang your nest on a lamp outside
or at any other place in your garden. This method does not work with all species
of wasps but it’s worth trying. Have a nice summer… preferably without wasps!

Marvel ToyBox ANTMAN & THE WASP Disney Store Exclusive Action Figure Review

Marvel ToyBox ANTMAN & THE WASP Disney Store Exclusive Action Figure Review


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QI | How To Save A Dying Bee

QI | How To Save A Dying Bee


You know when you find a bee and it’s crawling on its last legs, you give it honey It’s the only thing they eat makes sense when you think about it No point just talking to it! Give it honey They’re very much a one-recipe species I’m sorry, I’m intrigued because I would I gently give it the sole of my shoe Not to be harsh but you know You would stand on a struggling, crawling bee?? Well what, what? As opposed to rehabilitating it? I like honey on my porridge, you murderer! We depend on bees, we need the bees Okay, so in Future I should lure the bee back I like I Do I get a syringe of Honey Just A tiny amount of Honey I don’t I don’t feel Easy to see leave it with the Honey Don’t Tread [on] it it Should [be] Plenty fans that you Should be Arrested Excuse me you know, we’re in A hive Isn’t it true though that a bee in its entire lifetime makes an absolutely tiny amount of honey? Overall, I mean just a minute amount that you don’t have to give much rehabilitating honey to this one bee before the Nation – the World – is making a net loss I mean it’s useless, if you only get one teaspoon of honey from a whole Bee’s lifetime and every time we have to get it back on its feet, it takes a teaspoon and a half suddenly there’s no honey at all! This is more honey than this bee has seen in its life! You’re insulting it ! It’s like showing a very tired mason a whole cathedral! Well let’s let’s Say that You’re in Between our? Allen and Daraa so like allen You want to Help the big and it but like dari you, also want to kill kill kill What you can do is you get what I would turn too much Honey and you See the [bee] and you poor Martin? Hear Me out all right okay then, you Watch him die A slow Accession Yeah I can Yes i’ve now Heard you out [Yeah] that’s No Better, no? Worse than what I did [yeah] you May know Yeah I am Beyond You’re getting a kick out it let’s Forget Only to be ironically What’s the Money you Can T deal With? Me now very Good, well Thank you [for] that Interesting Fierce and I think Productive Debate Please With that we’re Gonna Move on now but the best

What Happens If All The Bees Die?

What Happens If All The Bees Die?


Bees play a crucial role on Earth – some even
claim that if they go extinct, humanity would be next. So with the dramatic decline in bee
population, should we be worried? What happens if the bees all die? Simply put, if a plant produces a flower,
you can bet that bees help them reproduce. This long-standing, working relationship evolved
with flowers being bright and fragrant to attract bees, and the bees fuzzy, velcro-like
bodies helping them to efficiently transfer pollen from the male part of the plant to
the female part. This seemingly simple mechanism is directly responsible for the production
of 70% of fruits, vegetables, seeds and nuts that we consume on a daily basis. 70%! Which
translates into almost $200 billion in global agriculture revenue. This huge responsibility
is accomplished by droves of commercial bees, reared by professional beekeepers for the
sole purpose of being transported to farms and orchards to pollinate crops. But since 2006, these hardworking, busy bees
have been mysteriously disappearing. This Colony Collapse Disorder has seen an average
of 1/3rd of commercial bees abandoning their hives. In fact, some beekeepers have even
reported that 90% of their bees have simply buzzed off. In some colonies, mites, viruses and parasites
have been to blame, but many are now looking at a class of insecticides called neonicotinoids.
This neurotoxin is used to kill off crop eating insects and pests, but also affects the central
nervous systems of bees when they consume contaminated nectar. And since nectar is brought
back to hives, the entire colony can be affected, leading to mass confusion and disorientation.
On top of this, other factors such as extremely cold and long winters, a lack of genetic diversity
in commercial bees, and less variable nectar in the fields may be at fault. If the trend continues, entire food chains
and webs may be at risk. Take almond plants for example; the hulls of these nuts are used
as feed for farm cattle and chickens. Fewer bees means fewer almonds, which could mean
declining livestock, and ultimately less milk, cheese, eggs and meat production. Not to mention
almonds are used in cereal, baking and many other food products. Beef and dairy cows would
also be harshly affected by the vanishing alfalfa fields which are used to harvest hay
for cattle. Looking for a morning buzz? Considering bees pollinate Coffea arabica, whose seeds
we grind for coffee, you can count that out. Without bees, our diet would consist of mostly
corn, wheat and rice, as they are wind pollinated plants. Like your clothes? Not only is cotton the
biggest cash crop in the US, it also makes up about 35% of the world’s fiber use. So
you can forget those blue jeans, towels, mattresses and high quality paper products. Simply put, we’d be living in a completely
different world without bees, not to mention suffering a substantial economic strain from
their disappearance. So while we may not necessarily go ‘extinct’ should the downward trend
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