The Hallucinogenic Honey Of Giant Himalayan Bees… – Eco Snippets

The Hallucinogenic Honey Of Giant Himalayan Bees…

The Hallucinogenic Honey Of Giant Himalayan Bees...

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In the harsh wilderness of the Himalayan Mountains live the Himalayan Cliff Bees; the world’s largest honey bees.  They can grow up to three centimeters in length and produce a red colored honey unlike any other.  The people of China and Nepal tout the benefits of this honey that not only helps with diabetes, hypertension, and sexual performance but also has power psychoactive properties…

The Hallucinogenic Honey Of Giant Himalayan Bees...

Being high up in the Himalayas, getting to the honey is no easy feat.  However, there is a tribe of Gurungun people known as the honey hunters who brave the expedition at least twice a year and are able to make a living off of the powerful nectar…

The Hallucinogenic Honey Of Giant Himalayan Bees...

Watch the fascinating 25-minute documentary below which delves into the medical benefits elusive red honey and the bravery of the Gurungun people who obtain it (via Minds)…

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so seems the bee’s are not save for mankinds destruction there is a reason the live on cliff edge’s

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Emily ?????????

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Huh. I wonder what plant produces the nectar that gives them that honey?

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    i know.. id eat some lol

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    It said in the Video, it is a type of Rhododendron

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    Good veiw they look so happy

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Natasha Louise Caudle

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Look at this Jorge Dourado

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    Best and most healthy way to get high, I guess

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Reuben Wilkinson

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    Who cares about the honey, those hives look so cool

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Ruben Megens Daniel van Triest ‘kom Nepal’

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Josh Thornewell you’re good at climbing…

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Bec Markham Belinda Leary

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David Mennor…we should take a trip….lol

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Don Lovejoy up for a hiking adventure? 😉

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Anyone want to go on an adventure?

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Ok so, as you stepped into such controversial topic, then, imo, you should start talking about iboga, ayahuasca and peyote. You might get some good karma points..

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    My sitters neighbour has an ayahuasca hut in their yard. She gives me a heads up when theyre having a session so I can be ready for the 911 calls when they start hallucinating and vomiting everywhere lol

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There has to be something big to make a beekeeper shimmy up a rope like that…..

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And the beekeepers are Yeti snow monsters who are distant cousins of the Sasquach who regularly meet with the Grays of Gama reticuli 6 for flying saucer lessons.

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Sorcery
A — 1: ?????????
(Strong’s #5331 — Noun Feminine — pharmakia[-eia] — far-mak-i’-ah )

(Eng., “pharmacy,” etc.) primarily signified “the use of medicine, drugs, spells;” then, “poisoning;” then, “sorcery,” Galatians 5:20 , RV, “sorcery” (AV, “witchcraft”), mentioned as one of “the works of the flesh.” See also Revelation 9:21; 18:23 . In the Sept., Exodus 7:11,22; 8:7,18; Isaiah 47:9,12 . In “sorcery,” the use of drugs, whether simple or potent, was generally accompanied by incantations and appeals to occult powers, with the provision of various charms, amulets, etc., professedly designed to keep the applicant or patient from the attention and power of demons, but actually to impress the applicant with the mysterious resources and powers of the sorcerer.

A — 2: ??????
(Strong’s #3095 — Noun Feminine — magia[-eia] — mag-i’-ah )

“the magic art,” is used in the plural in Acts 8:11 , “sorceries” (see SORCERER , No. 1).

B — 1: ??????
(Strong’s #3096 — Verb — mageuo — mag-yoo’-o )

akin to A, No. 2, “to practice magic,” Acts 8:9 , “used sorcery,” is used as in A, No. 2, of Simon Magnus.

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Scott Daniel have you seen this?!

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What makes the honey hallucinogenic?

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Great little documentary video with info about the honey ?

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