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Australia: Maharishi Honey meets enthusiastic response at Beekeeping Congress and Expo
by Global Good News staff writer
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22 September 2007
At the recent Congress and Expo on Beekeeping in Melbourne, Australia, interest in all aspects of Maharishi Honey and Apiculture—packaging, taste, effect, research, brochures, and philosophy—was extremely positive and enthusiastic. Maharishi Honey is a product of Maharishi Vedic Organic Agriculture, and one of the gifts of the Global Country of World Peace. Maharishi Honey is being cultivated in a number of countries, including Australia (see 'Eucalyptus trees for Maharishi Honey . . . ').
First, the presentation of the honey received rave reviews, with delegates from many countries taking close-up photographs and proclaiming the packaging 'the most fun, beautiful, joyous, and beguiling' they had ever seen. Many delegates, experts in judging different honeys from around the world, also appreciated its taste—its 'pure liveliness, its complexity, and its enlivening qualities'. Some who tried the honey water returned and asked for a second sample, explaining that they 'felt inexplicably better' after tasting it.
The small research booklets were very popular; and the brochure in several languages was uplifting to those from other countries who could read about Maharishi Honey in their mother tongue. Members of the press from around the world expressed interest in creating articles about it; and many delegates asked how to purchase and distribute it in their countries through the web. For example, Korea's largest seller of honey wanted to carry it even without tasting it.
Other beekeepers were interested in hearing the Maharishi Honey Group's presentation about the emotional state of the beekeeper affecting the bees, and music affecting their moods and their production. These people, who are experienced in working with bees, found the technique of playing Vedic recitations to the bees completely normal.
One chart presented was a complex circle showing the consistent, differing nourishing effects of Maharishi Honey that is harvested during different sections of the year, called Rashis. Delegates had a deep respect for these influences of the Rashis; and they perceived and appreciated the rich and detailed presentations. Many delegates are already organic growers, but they expressed the deisre for even more—such as being part of a bigger program for humankind's improved quality of life.
Finally, the presenters related research on the therapeutic value of Maharishi Honey—already the most extensively tested honey in the world. Conducted by an unaffiliated laboratory in Japan, the research compared 19 samples of Maharishi Honey with 19 samples of Manuka honey, which is world-renowned for its antibacterial properties. They made a solution of each honey diluted 100 times, and counted the bacteria in each sample after one hour, three hours and 24 hours. In both the first and second time slots, there were 800,000 and 600,000 bacteria present in the Manuka honey, compared with almost none in the Maharishi Honey, showing its much faster-acting antibacterial properties. The Manuka honey took 24 hours to show similar effects.
The Maharishi Honey Group expressed their gratitude to Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, Founder of the Global Country of World Peace, and to Guru Dev*, Maharishi's Master, for bringing this precious knowledge of Maharishi Honey to the world.
* Shri Guru Dev, His Divinity Brahmanand Saraswati, Jagatguru Shankaracharya of Jyotir Math, Himalayas.
Copyright © 2007 Global Good News(sm) Service
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