Look at how many bees there are on top of this super! This box is FULL of bees making honey! We will have a really nice super white North Dakota floral honey this year! What a blessing!
Well here are some of our bee colonies in ND. Excellent year for Clover honey! The lower box is home with the queen mommy, the second box is their food pantry for the family and all upper boxes on top of that is extra honey storage. Look at all the bees flying around in the air. They love beeing busy! The queen loves it and she is busy laying eggs for babies everyday. These busy ladies only live 3 weeks during the honey season so there needs to be a steadily growing family.
So happy to be in the neighborhood! Hope our friends in Southern California enjoy nature's sweet gift!
We went for a walk in the foothills around lake Tabeaud and found the lovely Yerba Santa in bloom. Not only do bees and insects love this plant but it is a great blessing to all of us!
Yerba Santa is an excellent healing plant. The late Dr. Eugene Watkins, my friend and a great Naturopath and Herbalist, taught me the following about Yerba Santa:
From the Spanish language we have the name Yerba Santa, or, as we would say in English "Herb Saint". This herb of the high desert mountains in the desert southwest of the US., with its gray-white miniature trumpet flowers, has long been revered by the Spanish community as a life-saving lung herb. The clean refreshing scent and taste of Yerba Santa immediately suggest the relief it affords for removing mucus, draining fluid from lungs and their restoration to normal function. Take internally, 40 to 80 drops per day, or hourly as needed for relief. This may help someone with breathing difficulties to breathe easier. I love chewing on the young leaves, then I spit out the residue. Take a drink of water and it is soooo sweet and refreshing after chewing on YS leaves!!
To your health this lovely spring! Keep praying for rain! God is good! All the time.Read More
This roasted eggplant served with potatoes and tofu sour cream is so easy to make. Pick or buy your japanese eggplant. Wash and cut lengthwise. Place skin down, inside white flesh up on a backing pan. Cut slits into the eggplant. Slice garlic and push slices into the slits. Sprinkle with salt. Spritz with a little olive oil. Bake 500', 20 minutes till golden brown on top. Delicious with pasta, rice or potatoes.
Queen grafting takes incredible vision! You cannot imagine how tiny these eggs are. Jenn is really fast and good at this. The most amazing thing is that a few years ago, Jenn, was legally blind. She could not see the big E on the vision charts! She was blessed with the gift of laser surgery and now she does this incredible work, so valuable. It was a great class for all of us.
Mom says this will CURE attention deficit! Yes, said that word CURE!!!! When my students can't concentrate...nature, a good night of rest, and of course a healthy plant based diet...you can't go wrong, it all equals a healthy attitude for kids and for adults! Thank God for His therapeutic and gorgeous creation! AND NOW THERE IS RESEARCH TO PROVE IT ALL TRUE....imagine that, read on to see the amazing study yourself!Read More