poisonous honey

Jude Haverington tylus.seklos@gmail.com
Sat, 15 Nov 2014 06:49:56 PST
I just watched something on NOVA or DISCOVERY - where bees near certain
places produce honey in different colors (blue, green, yellow, etc.) It's
all based on what they are eating - and apparently there are some foods
like crack to bees - antifreeze, candy, etc - Very interesting. So it's not
just the plants they are visiting.


On Sat, Nov 15, 2014 at 9:46 AM, B Spencer <bea.spencer@sympatico.ca> wrote:

> Sorry about that.  My last message was not meant for the list. I must have
> been very tired last night.
> Interesting stuff about honey.  Bee keeping  was my father's hobby. My
> uncle's too. It never even occurred  to me that honey may be poisonous.
> There were not many rhododendrons in the area, bur plenty of other
> poisonous plants as everywhere I am sure. Never heard about anybody getting
> sick from honey.
>
>
> This is really good, but I cannot pass it on because some of my friends may
> be liberals. We never talk politics so I do not know. It is better this
> way.
> Not everybody is a militant liberal though.
>
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