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Pure Earth Botanicsis currently highlighting how bees are important for our survival.
Bees, Pure Earth says, pollinate 35% of the world's food crops. Globally we have 80 to 100 million bees or 60,000 to 100,000 per colony which isn't a great number.
The European Commission, Pure Earth says, has estimated that “pollinators, including honey bees, bumblebees, and wild bees, contribute at least EUR22 billion each year to the European agriculture industry. They ensure pollination for over 80% of crops and wild plants in Europe."
In the U.S, Whiteville celebrated the North Carolina Honey Festivalon September 10, a drive to signify the existence of bees in the environment, celebrate honey and honey products, and encourage bee-friendly practices.
Pure Earth says it sources honey from Under the Mango tree, the Pan Himalayan Grassroots Development Foundation, and Bhimashankar in Pune, India - all following ethical practices and ensuring bees are not harmed.
Honey, as you know, has antiseptic, antibacterial, and anti-inflammatory properties that clean out toxins and nourishes our skin. It's seen as a skin food humectant (preserving moisture) that softens, refines, and clears blemishes.
Honey also provides proteins, fats, minerals, and enzymes that help heal infections and promote cell regeneration.
You can take the FAO's What's The Buzz About Bees?quiz here and earn a Bee Medal!
Kavita is passionate about soil and Earth, working with marginalized groups of women, parity of income, and gender inequities.
Pure Earth Botanics, Kavita says, has engaged with blockchain tech to confirm the traceability of every product journey and with Provenance, a London-based think tank, to verify every single Pure Earth claim as a clean, ethical, sustainable, and fair-trade beauty brand.
Check out Pure Earth Botanics offerings here.
Note: This article was originally published on LinkedIn by this author: How To Bee And Never Not To Bee
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