Love Honey? Shungite May Save Bees

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Editor’s note: For all the bee fans out there. Enjoy. And play the video at 1.25 speed. Erica P. Wissinger


“The introduction of Shungite to the beehives resulted in: our bee population grew from about 50,000 bees to over one million bees in a short 11 weeks.”

Found near the small village of Shunga in Russia, the remarkable mineral known as shungite formed naturally more than two billion years ago from living single-cell organisms. Used in Russian healing therapies since the time of Peter the Great, shungite contains almost the entire periodic table of the elements as well as fullerenes, the hollow carbon-based molecules.Shungite: Protection, Healing, and Detoxification

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  1. The chemicals are the thing killing many insects. Farmers in the US using gmo seed and round up along with the associated companies, would love to blame it all on emf. The coal companies spreading fly ash on our children, did the same thing with lead paint. If you can’t eat it, do not put it on the food. Corporate farmers have PR firms too.
    A faraday cage is an easy thing to do with a bee hive, so I would love to see the research on the simple approach first.
    The properties of shungite that clean water and reduce effects of radiation are interesting. Different stones have psychosomatic benefits for certain people, and it is a very lucrative business. Healing stone sales, are surprisingly profitable. One guy said the only good shungite is type 1, and it is difficult and expensive to test to ensure it is type 1.
    And also, people should make sure their county is not using permethrin to control mosquitoes or anything else.