Observations of an Invisible Woman

Blacks Bee-Ware

Honey Bees

A third of the U.S. food supply requires the assistance of the honeybee. As pollinators, they are responsible for foods such as almonds, melons and many different species of the pumpkin family. In the spring, I am grateful yet cautious of the many honeybees that flock to my parsley, blueberries and other vegetables that I grow. Without the help of these hard-working pollinators, mankind would starve.

The common honeybee pollinates 130 different crops in the U.S. alone, including most fruits, vegetables and tree nuts. The issue of their disappearance is directly linked to Monsanto and its deadly chemicals which are sprayed in many farming communities. In fact, the secret that many farmers will not tell you is that Monsanto pays spies in the form of “neighbours”, shop workers and out-of-towners a ridiculous amount of money to make sure that GMO seeds and chemicals are used! Steep fines, jail sentences and threats of death are also apart of their diabolical scheme.

Your health is being compromised by deceptive marketing practices regarding the “honey” you buy, some of which isn’t really honey at all, despite what it says on the label. Fact: real honey has many medicinal benefits like:

It can help prevent allergies

It helps to sooth a cough

It has antioxidants, enzymes and amino acids

It helps to grow “good bacteria” in your digestive tract

And contrary to popular belief, raw honey helps to prevent tooth decay!

The honey that most of you are buying and ingesting isn’t real. It’s honey from a manufacturing plant in China made with white sugar, malt and rice syrup and a powder called jaggery. What the FDA hides from the public is the deadly substance that the Chinese add to the “honey” they make in their labs called “chloramphenicol.” Chloramphenicol, whose root word is Chlora…meaning “green”, alters your DNA and caused irreparable damage to your melanin. Biological Warfare, anyone? 

Approximately 75% of the honey that we now ingest is processed in a lab, then it is smuggled into the country in drums. It is then marked-up at a rate of 400% and labeled as the sticky, sweet substance that you use in teas, cakes and pies. The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) states that “honey” that’s been ultra-filtered and no longer contains pollen IS NOT honey.

In their investigation, they discovered the following:

76 percent of honey samples bought at grocery stores (such as TOP Food, Safeway, QFC, Kroger, Harris Teeter, etc.) were absent of pollen.

77 percent of the honey from big box stores (like Costco, Sam’s Club, Walmart, and Target) were absent of pollen.

100 percent of the honey sampled from drug stores (like Walgreens, Rite-Aid, and CVS Pharmacy) were absent of pollen.

Black family, to show you how serious this is for us, here is a graph (and some info) I recopied from WorldTruth. {Thanks World Truth for the info!}

This is a serious concern for the black population as we are their primary targets. Please stock up on as many seeds as you can and relearn the joys of farming/ gardening.

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12 thoughts on “Blacks Bee-Ware

  1. Family if you want your natural honey go to the Caribbean or ask someone to bring you a bottle. That’s where I get my honey. This is truly sad.

  2. Charmain

    My aunt and cousin gives us honey too. There’s nothing like the real stuff!

  3. I get my honey from a vendor who imports it from New Zealand. It is purportedly the most pure in the world. It cost a little more but so what, I am worth it! I purchase ‘Manuka’ from the vendor at St. Lawrence market in Toronto.


  4. Kushite Prince on said:

    Thanks for that. That’s a nice site!

  5. This is truly helpful and informative! As a former resident of S.F. I used to get my honey at the city’s famous Farmer’s Market, a place where you can not only get freshly grown organic vegetables, fruits, meats, etc. but also farm made honey, too. However, though many of the growers produce this honey themselves-after reading this article I will make sure to check and see how much (if any) levels of pollen may/mat not be present in the honey that I purchase from on.

  6. honeytreebee on said:

    Kushite Prince Wow you really have some great reblogs on your site. Love your latest so wonderful to see and read such thoughtful articles.

  7. Umoja on said:

    I’m shocked. Here I am purchasing honey from my local supermarket that reads, “pure honey” and it isn’t honey at all. Thanks for this info. and the website where I can purchase authentic honey.

  8. honeytreebee on said:

    I take home for my allergies and it works. My allergies are less sever since I started doing this. I get raw wild honey from the farmers market and a friend that has wild bees on her land. It is some of my fav. stuff hence the name.

  9. Umoja

    Yes. I was shocked too. I’m lucky that my family gives us honey from the comb.

  10. Kushite Prince on said:

    Thanks a lot Honey! That means a lot. I’m glad you appreciate the information. You’re more than welcome to drop by my blog anytime. 🙂

  11. In actuality the bee population has been making a comeback since last year. They had determined that nicotine based pesticides were killing the bees.

    Also Truth, if there are no bees that means no pollination and seeds would be useless in that case.

    Another good article.

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