The Hive is Currently Under Construction
Pollution comes in many forms, some forms are
intentional, as in pesticide applications, and many
forms of pollution simply occur as unconscious by-
products of unrelated industrial processes.
Regardless of the source, pollution is an accepted
inconvenience that can and does upset nature’s
balance. It is also fairly certain that pollution is not
going away or at least not soon.
Defense against invasion in a body, also known as
immunity, depends upon certain basic elements
contained in a biologically and electrically correct
diet. requires food supply, digestive processing,
hydration, and immunity, which is supported by
It is easier to recognize what pollution is doing to the bees than what it is doing to their food supply,
digestion and immunity. More than by killing the bees directly these pollutants and genetically modified
crops have their biggest impact on micro organisms.
Due to conventional agricultural practices and rampant industrial pollution there has been a huge
degradation of micro organisms in the soil. These micro organisms are vital and integral ingredients to the
bee’s digestion and immunity. Not only do they play an important role in digestive processing they provide a
natural chelation, protecting the bees from effects of toxins and pollutants, thus strengthening their
We assert that without a sufficient micro organism population the bees cannot survive and with a healthy
population they will thrive. A well nourished bee with a strong immune system will resist natural threats
such as parasites, bacteria, viruses, fungus and CCD.
Our VibrantBees probiotics offer the honey bee just that, better digestive parameters and the added
immunity and natural chelation of environmental pollution.
When you offer the VibrantBees probiotics to your honey bees you are offering hope to the future of the
planet and all who are directly or indirectly effected by the honey bees’ job.
My work is referenced from Dr. Carl Oppenheimer, holding a number of PhD’s in various fields, most noted for microbiology, and Dr. Boyd O’Donnell, soil scientist and researcher, both of whom have acclaimed agricultural and bio-remediation research. Continuing from their theories with my own research and experience, using my own hives, I have developed effective methods for honey bee and hive treatment. My findings concur with the Drs. Oppenheimer and O’Donnell as to the lack of microorganisms in the environment, both internally and externally, leading to the systemic problems manifesting in the entire commercial beekeeping industry as a whole.
The issues are compromised digestion and immunity, contamination in the hive and in the honey bee itself, and insufficient elements in their diet. I have applied my clinical experience working with human, animal, and plant health, finding the same deficiencies at the root of all forms of life. In order to sustain the current pollination and honey needs it is evident that supplementation of these elements is paramount.
The source of decline and die off is rooted in malnutrition due to diminishment of minerals and microorganisms in the environment.
Malnourishment is exacerbated by the following stress conditions;
The bees are being continually moved for the purposes of pollination.
They are frequently exposed to pesticides during pollination.
Pollution is a constant irritant to their survival.
The results of these conditions are;
The immunity is weakened and the bees are now susceptible to predatory pests, bacterium, viruses and fungi
Digestive processes are compromised
They are far more sensitive to ill effects of pesticides
Weakened bees produce weaker offspring each generation
Bees are forced to expend undue energy on survival
They are unable to perform optimal pollination activity
They die off and their numbers decline
This process of degradation is reversible!
By supplementing the honey bees with nutrients no longer available in their natural environment they will;
regain their natural immunity and strength
regain the ability to decontaminate their hives
gain the ability to live and thrive in their current environment
In the early 19th century Sir Albert Howard, an Imperial Chemical Botanist from Britain, is quoted saying,
"The use of synthetic chemical fertilizers leads to imperfectly synthesized protein in plants and thus results
in many of the diseases found in plants, insects, animals and human beings.” His focus toward correcting
these diseases was through maintenance of soil fertility and biological diversity among the aforementioned