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Bees Honey saying from the old days As busy as a bee What is good for the swarm is not good for the bee.” “Where there is honey, there are bees.” “one bee is better than a handful of flies.” “if you Want to gather honey, don’t kick over the beehive.” “honey turns sour.” “the diligence of the hive produces the Wealth of honey.” “a drop of honey Will not sWeeten the ocean.” What is the difference between a bee and a wasp? The difference between a bee and a wasp is that a wasp is black and bee is striped yellow and black. The other differences are that the honey bee makes honey and a Wasp doesn’t make honey. the honey bee makes a nice humming noise and the wasp makes a nasal whining noise. The honey bee is modest and humble whilst the wasp is vain and self-centered. Wasps can sting you more than once, while bees will die after they sting you Wasps and bees also differ in lifestyle and habits. Honey bee colonies can have populations over 75,000, While Wasps’ colonies tend to have fewer than 10,000 individuals. Queen wasps build a nest for their colony, while worker honey bees create and maintain hives. Unlike most wasps that hibernate during the winter season and build a new nest the following autumn, honey bees do not hibernate, as they live on food reserves and heat accumulated by thousands of workers. Wasp species cannot produce honey, but all species of honey bees are capable of producing and storing sizeable amounts of honey within their hives. While honey bees can sting only once and die after attacking, a single wasp is capable of stinging multiple times. Uses of honey If you are feeling down from the cold or flu, try mixing this drink containing honey. Take 8 ounces of hot water; add 2 ounces of lemon juice and one tablespoon of honey. If you have eucalyptus oil or ginger root, add it for added benefits. This drink will help your congestion. Honey is also very healthy for your skin. A mixture of honey and ground almonds will serve as an excellent scrub for your face. For a great moisturizing rinse, mix 2 tablespoons of honey with 2 teaspoons of whole milk. Apply this mix to your face and neck and allow it to settle for 15 minutes. Rinse off 15 minutes later and feel your skin; it will be soft and supple and full of moisture. If your hair is lacking shine, try honey! Mix one teaspoon of honey with four cups of hot water. Lather throughout your hair and then rinse! Your hair should be full of shine and feel much more moisturized.
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