Wednesday, August 12, 2009

How do bees produce the Unique LifeMel honey?

"Zuf Globus Laboratories Ltd." prepares an all natural mixture for controlled feeding of bees based on natural honey and adding extracts of various edible plants [therapeutic herbs] to produce this unique natural honey. The mixture of natural honey together with the edible plants' extract, substitutes the pollen that is available to bees in nature and, from it the bees produce a new type of honey, with therapeutic properties, respective to the types of therapeutic herbs that were incorporated into the feed mixture.

This method enables Zuf Globus to control the precise doses of desired food types with which to feed the bees and, ultimately, produce honeys, whose properties are predesigned yet improved through the synergetic effect of being formed in the bee's body.

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Thursday, August 6, 2009

Miraculous Honey Spreading Around the World

A new groundbreaking miraculous honey is now being introduced and used in hospitals around the world for Chemotherapy patients. Developed in Israel and now being praised throughout the world for it's benefits, LifeMel continues to raise blood levels in chemotherapy patients. As many chemotherapy patients have experienced, blood levels tend to drop during chemotherapy treatments and frequently the patient is not able to continue treatment. Amazing stories from around the world show how this miraculous honey has made a difference in their recovery.

As stated in the UK Daily Express Robert Brunt, 48, integrated the honey into his chemotherapy regimen and reported on his experience. "I have lost a little hair but that is growing back. I sometimes feel tired and a bit sick but apart from that I have had no side effects at all. My blood counts have always been high." Not only does Brunt credit his ability to sail through treatments with no ill effects from the honey, but he also explains that he offered to have two extra cycles of chemotherapy (eight in all) "because I felt so well".

Dr. Olga Olizki, an oncologist from the Belinson hospital in Israel is also familiar with LifeMel honey and strongly recommends it for her patients. When interviewed she stated, "Even today, not all efforts of conventional medicine are successful. Blood transfusions and the use of new medicine help to restore blood. But sometimes even due to all our efforts we do not achieve results and then we, the doctors, must halt the treatment and postpone it to a later date, to enable the body to recover the Neutrophils and other blood particles. The pause might allow the tumor to develop resistance to the chemicals. The usage of LifeMel honey enables continuous treatment." (Maariv)

In Canada, Dr. Heime Geffen, a former family doctor, said "I had deteriorated physically to the point where I was virtually bedridden. I couldn't eat, I had sores in my mouth and I felt dreadful." In April he began taking the LifeMel honey twice a day on the recommendation of his son-in-law who had heard about it from an oncologist in Israel. Within a week, he said he began feeling stronger and his blood counts began to improve. By mid May they were virtually normal. Within months he was back on the golf course.

So although you'll find many different views and customs from country to country, there is one similarity that cannot be denied: more and more people are being introduced to this honey with amazing results and gaining new found hope.

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