The bee is important because it pollinated 40% of agricultural crops. The bee can trace its roots back to its first ancestor 150,000,000 (150 million) years ago. Throughout antiquity, honey has been considered a sacred commodity and it was not sold until the end of the 19th century. Most honey before this period was provided as a gift. Honey has enzymes, nutrients, and trace minerals. 50% of the Earth’s mantle is silica. Rudolf Steiner who was a scientist, philosopher, and social innovator, gave...
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