Thursday, March 24, 2016

CannaHoney


This is interesting. He is able to train bees to target a range of sources as well and this leads nicely to designer honey.

I also think that the future will see beekeeping integrated into every organic farm operation as a matter of course.  Successful organic cropping demands not just bees but also support for many other productive plants as well.

Public interest is continuing to expand particularly as we come off sugar and obviously manufactured honey.  This means that honey demand will be increasing steadily for decades and be seen as necessary for superior food products..


BRILLIANT: Man Trained Bees to Make Honey From Cannabis

Is it Cannabis? Is it Honey? No, it's CannaHoney!


http://humansarefree.com/2016/03/brilliant-man-trained-bees-to-make.html#more 

This brilliant 39 year old man from France, Nicolas Trainerbees, has done what no one else has been able to do. He has figured out how to train bees to make cannabis honey, and he calls it CannaHoney.
A quick google search shows this is not a new idea as there are many links of people trying to infuse cannabis into honey in various ways, but nobody does it like this guy does! He's trained the bees do all the work.

Nicolas is an artisan, a locksmith & a beekeeper, along with being an all around nature lover and a strong advocate for medical marijuana.

He has been beekeeping for over 20 years. Since 2006 he has been studying how to train bees to make honey from cannabis and in 2013 he saw his first success... CANNAHONEY!

He currently has 30 hives and works with his wife in France, though he is aiming to continue his work in Spain where laws are less restrictive and where it is easier to find professionals to study his work and properly analyze the properties of this new creation.

Consider the potentially potent health benefits of combining these two exceptional gifts from Mother Nature. As far as he can tell at this point, this honey has the same effects as cannabis with thc & cbd's and also has a nice floral flavor which varies depending which strain of cannabis they are working with at the time.

I have trained bees to do several things, such as collect sugar from fruits, instead of using flowers" — 
Nicolas Trainerbees 

Video of Bees Making Honey From Cannabis:

Nicolas doesn't have a website but if you'd like you can connect with him on his Facebook, Instagram or YouTube.

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