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Lone Oak Honey Company - Home Home About Honey Skin Care Products Contact Info and FAQ ?RAW HONEY, BEESWAX AND PROP?OLIS F?ROM TREATMENT FREE? BE?EHI?V?ES? Raising bees that can survive without treatments has gotten harder since 2006 when CCD first appeared. It is a struggle for the beekeeper, but it’s the right thing to do for the bees. In a good year the bees bestow a reward of golden honey. For me it has become less about the honey, ... ... more RAW LOCAL HONEY Lone Oak Honey Company raw honey is strained, not filtered, and is never heated. This preserves the natural active phytonutrients (1), prebiotics and pollen (2) found in honey. My bees are never treated with antibiotics, chemicals or organic acids, so there is no chance of the honey being contaminated (3). There is nothing in my honey that the bees did not put there themselves and my processing practice makes sure nothing beneficial is ever removed. Commercial honey ... BUY RAW HONEY LIP BALM, LOTION STICKS AND PROPOLIS Lone Oak Honey Company lip balms and skin care products are made with beeswax and propolis from treatment free bee hives. Honeybees secrete beeswax from wax glands on their abdomen. Beeswax acts like a chemical sponge in the bee hive. I do not treat my hives because traces of antibiotic or any chemical put into a beehive will show up in the beeswax.(5 & 6) Beeswax from treatment free hives is cleaner and safer than beeswax from traditionally managed beehives. BUY LIP BALM, LOTION STICKS & PROPOLIS ??IT’S NOT ALL ABOUT THE HONEY?? For me Beekeeping has become less about the honey and more about the bees. Honeybees today are succumbing to environmental pressures at an unprecedented level. Since 2006 honeybees have been disappearing at an alarming rate. Researchers call the mass disappearance Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD), and they estimate that nearly one-third of all honey bee colonies in the country have vanished. The cause is still unknown but it is becoming more and more evident that our honeybees are being stressed by many factors, many of which come from traditional beekeeping and traditional agriculture. It has also become apparent, to some of us, that traditional methods of treating problems with chemicals and drugs are not going to save our bees. The only way I see to save our bees is through genetics. We need to stop raising queens and new hives from bees that cannot survive without chemicals and human intervention. We need to start raising queens and new hives from bees that have shown an ability to survive on their own. These are the bees that have the genetics that could overcome the mountain of environmental pressures we’ve put them under. This has become my main focus in beekeeping. By collecting swarms, saving feral bee colonies and buying queens from local beekeepers with the same goals, I am working to save these survivor genes. 1: DoctorOZ,com, http://www.doctoroz.com/slideshow/5-healthy-uses-honey 2: National Honey Board, pollen results from 2012 Study - Comparison of Vitamin, Mineral and Antioxidant Levels in Raw and Processed Honey, http://www.honey.com/tools-tips-and-resources/2012-study-comparison-of-vitamin-mineral-and-antioxidant-levels-in-raw-and 3: American Bee Journal, The Remarkable Honey Bee - October 2013 Integrated Pest Management of Varroa in North America by Larry Connor, http://www.americanbeejournal.com/site/epage/141163_828.htm 4: United States Deparetment of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service: U.S. Honey Bee Losses ttp://www.ars.usda.gov/News/docs.htm?docid=15572 5: Pesticide residues in beeswax samples collected from honey bee colonies (Apis mellifera L.) in France. Chauzat MP1, Faucon JP. Pest Manag Sci. 2007 Nov;63(11):1100-6. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17879980 6: Managed Pollinator CAP: Pesticides and their involvement in Colony Collapse Disorder Jointly published in the American Bee Journal and in Bee Culture, August 2011 Jim Frazier, Chris Mullin, Maryann Frazier and Sara Ashcraft, Pennsylvania State University http://www.beeccdcap.uga.edu/documents/caparticle16.htm 7: The Honey Prescription: by Nathaniel Altman 8: A Quick View of the IBD-AID Diet, University of Massachusetts Medical School http://www.umassmed.edu/nutrition/healthy-eating/gastrointestinal/ibdquickview/ 9: Phytonutrients, WebMD. http://www.webmd.com/diet/phytonutrients-faq 10: Report on the National Stakeholders Conference on Honey Bee Health National Honey Bee Health Stakeholder Conference Steering Committee page 1 http://www.usda.gov/documents/ReportHoneyBeeHealth.pdf

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