The worker bees have many jobs inside and outside of the hive, and for this reason they out number the drone bees 100 to 1. Inside the hive the worker bee’s are assigned to the following roles nurse, queen’s attendants, cleaners, undertakers, builders, capper, ripener, and repairers. Like a large factory each bee has it’s own … More House Jobs for the Worker bees
Bee’s have many jobs those inside the hive and those outside. Without these many jobs the hive would neither thrive or succeed and the colony would die. We talked about the jobs inside the hive in a previous article so now lets look at the jobs bee’s have outside the hive. The outside jobs assigned … More Jobs for bee’s outside the Hive
Don’t Be Misled By Marketing Hype: Noted Industry Experts Say “Pollen Counting” Not A Reliable Way To Determine Authenticity Or Effectiveness Of New Zealand Manuka Honey. Showcasing yet again the reality-altering power of “creative marketing,” several brands in the rapidly-growing Manuka honey category are trying to validate the purity and effectiveness of their products by … More Why We Shouldn’t Rely on Pollen Counts for Manuka Honey
Most popular commercial body care products contain dangerous chemicals that are harmful to our bodies. This has lead many people to opt for beauty and body care products made with clean, natural ingredients. Lye in Soap Getting informed about what ingredients are in the products we use is important. For instance, when looking at the ingredients in our PRI Manuka … More Manuka Honey Soap, Truth about Lye
We hear about manuka honey more and more every day but lets not forget about the other honeys that come from the pristine countryside of New Zealand. We’ve already checked into clover honey, which is a great understudy for manuka and of course covered blue borage honey but we haven’t talked about Rewarewa honey. All … More Rewarewa Honey a rebel of its own
Blue borage also known as viper’s bugloss, blue thistle and blue devil is a plant with tall spikes of beautiful blue flowers, rough petals and red tongue like stamens. This plant grows in well drained soils and feeds a variety of insects including honey bees, painted-lady butterflies and buff-tailed bumblebees. Although beautiful and loved by insects … More It’s not Blue it’s golden
There is a reason you love our award winning Lemon & Honey Lozenges and Cough Syrup (2016 Better Nutrition – Best of Supplements Award), and why we here are Pacific Resources believe that natural and simple are the best for a healthy life style! Using the traditional cold formula of natural Lemon and combining it with … More Best way to Fight Colds and Coughs! (Updated)
Although flaky salt appears to be a new product with all the recent advertising and marketing by famous chiefs, Gordon Ramsay for example, it really isn’t. The production of flaky salt is an age-old process that has been used for centuries and dates back to 1882. The first producer of flaky salt was The Maldon … More A delicacy, Flaky Salt
The first step in beauty maintenance for the winter is to make sure that your lips are soft, supple, and healthy during the changing cold seasons. All the makeup in the world can’t fix dry and cracking lips. So we at Pacific Resources International went to work searching for the best possible cure for dryness … More Our Brand New Lip Balm Has Arrived!
An All Natural, Award Winning Relief for the Common Cold Has Arrived! Tis’ the season for sore throats! With the seasons changing and the cold weather approaching, we at Pacific Resources International have important things on our mind. One of those things is the scary side effects of cough medicine. We wanted to find an … More PRI’s Award Winning Relief For The Common Cold!