The Honey Tree in the Forest

Improving bee pasture is a hard and big task that cannot be conducted in a short time. Planting honey trees produces results only after several years, and harvest of honey plants requires human labor, assets and cultivated soil. Even with such difficulties, you shouldn’t underestimate possible effects of such actions. It is enough to remind you that before 100 or 150 years in certain parts of the world there was no acacia and today that is the main bee pasture. more

How to pick a best place for a bee hive?

Place for a bee hive needs to be shielded from strong winds. Strong spring, fall, and especially winter winds can disturb normal life and work of bee’s colonies. It’s a good practice to place the bee hive in such a way that it is turned to the sunny side and that the bee hives are cowered in a shade of some trees during large summer heat waves, between 11 and 15 hours. In the contrary, bees during summer heat waves use more time and energy to cool down the nest in the hive, which influences honey production. more

By swallowing wax lids the organism creates a fermet “ciraza”

WAX is the product of wax glands of young worker bees. When covering the honey comb with ripe honey, bees use wax, red powder, propolis and secretion from jaw glands. There are assumptions that bees while covering comb on dry (the existence of air layer under the lid) add at the top of the honey a micro-drop of bees poison. more

How to use Apiphytotherapy based products?

Products based on apiphytherapy are used in a case of disease prevention and where the dieses already occurred. Dosage and approach to problem solving may differ. Regarding the prophylaxis of diseases (prevention of the disease) you can take individual products that will be efficient for disease prevention (for example a product for the prevention of varicose veins, cold, bad immunity, cardio-vascular system disease, prophylaxis of increased blood pressure, etc). However, when the disease is already present it points to the disorder of functions of several systems in the organism. Improper functioning of several systems at the same time has as the consequence the occurrence of the disease, especially if we are talking about chronic diseases. That’s why you shouldn’t look at every organ or system separate from the organism as a whole. In human body everything is connected and disorder of one function always leads to damaging of some other functions in the organism. Unfortunately, doctors often try to heal only one organ or remove the symptoms, but they don’t pay attention to the functioning of the organism as a whole. more


Apiphytotherapy is a term that is used when treating with bee’s products and healing plants. Using BEE’S PRODUCTS (honye, WAX, PROPOLIS, POLLEN and other) and healing plants for treating many diseases exists for a long time almost and humanity itself. In modern medicine treating with bee’s products we use the term “apiphtotherapy”, and for treating with healing plants we use the term “phytotherapy”. One of greatest advantages of this manner of treatment is that the application of bee’s products and healing plants does not harm the organism apart from the fact that together they look very complex. more

What Does Shilajit (Mumiyo) Contains?

“Shulajet” (mumiyo) contains large number of minerals, amino acids, natural steroids, vitamins A, B, C and P (citrines), phospholipids and polyphenol complexes, terpentoids. Also, present are microelements (cobalt, nickel, copper, zinc, manganese, chrome, iron, magnesium and other). There are still more ingredients in mummiyo that science don’t know about. more

Extract of wax moth

Large and small wax moth is small and unnoticeable butterflies whose life depends on the life and work of bees. As most insects from the butterfly family, wax moth is a vermin. It lives anywhere where there are bees, except in large altitudes and regions with harsh climate. Wax moth is a type of insect whose offspring feeds exclusively with bees products. Its larvae has a unique ability to digest wax that is created by bees. Fully grown wax moth never eats but only uses nutritional matter which he accumulated in larvae stadium. Maybe it seems odd, but this type of insects can be useful for human health. more

Healing Properties of Shilajit (Mumiyo)

Few people heard about “shilajit’’ (mumiyo) or “mountain blood”, and people also call it “mountain tears” even tough it has been known for centuries. Several thousand of years ago, BEES that resided in rocks and caves built their own colonies in places that were inaccessible for humans or animals. In time, fossilization of honey occurred, WAX and ROYAL JELLY. For now that is the only realistic scientific assumption about its origin, because places where it is located and ingredients it contains point to such origin. There are various types of mumiyo classification depending on the place of its origin. In ancient times, “shilajit” (mumiyo) was used to treat various diseases. Aristotle, Avicenna, Biruni, Arazi and many other thinkers and doctors mention it. more

Getting Honey From a Bee Hive

In modern hives honey is located within frames with WAX COMBS which is removed when cells are mostly covered which is a sign that the honey is ripe and stabilized. In such frames there shouldn’t be any bee’s larvae. The best honey is received from hive continuers and from continuers that don’t contain bee brood. more

Using honey in treating wounds

This attachment talks about how big of a meaning does honey not only in diet but in medicine. Honey is often used for internal application, but its great application lies in treating wounds. more