I think we can all agree that Ursula wins this round
She’s giving me a tour the ER, takes me to the elevators to get to the top floor to show me the library. One of the six elevators is open, but it keeps closing and re opening, so we hop out to take another.
We get to the sixth floor and the library is closed, of course, dead silence and I swear…
Deli bal or mad honey from Turkey is known to cause hallucinations in small quantities due to bees getting nectar from certain rhododendron flowers.
NATURE, YOU AWESOME.
This is sweet.
mmmm, yet another delightful reason to exploit animals, because we’re incapable of appreciating natural oddities from afar and instead we have to steal, package, and sell everything we can get our hands on because food chain
I meant it was sweet due to the psychedelic thing, I’m reading Food of the Gods which is about hallucinogens in nature, but you are right, I’m vegan and I’m opposed to the use of honey, hope this not to evolve in a huge industry :( vegan-vulcan
Oh sorry positive-nature, that wasn’t to you! That was kind of just a general statement, I know you’re vegan, I’m just always really nervous when people figure out other things they can get from animals because like, you just know a bunch of people are going to see this and try to get some of this honey somehow…the first thing on people’s minds will be “where can I get some” rather than the bees’ wellbeing.
I understand where you’re coming from, but it sounds like you are equating Beekeeping with animal exploitation, which isn’t at all comparable. I can see not wanting to buy honey from big honey companies in retail stores, but buying local honey is the best thing you can do to support local Beekeepers. So if you were really concerned about the well-being of bees, you would know supporting local Beekeepers is one of the most helpful things you can do to preserve their species.“Honeybees are under threat worldwide because of virulent viruses against which they have no natural defences. Nearly all colonies in the wild have died out and without beekeepers to care for them, honeybees could disappear in a few years.”-Dr Ivor Davis, master beekeeper and past president of the British Beekeepers’ Association, suggests 10 things you can do to help preserve our honey bees.
Yeah hold up lemme just sell my house so I can afford that