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British apiarists knew it all along: honey is the bee's knees
by Elle Hunt
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21 August 2020
On 21 August 2020 The Guardian reported:
When honey made headlines this week as a better treatment for coughs and colds than antibiotics, beekeepers sat smugly by. 'I've been saying this for ages,' says Carly Hooper, who has 12 hives near her home in Fleet, Hampshire, and a honey-based business. The study, published in the British Medical Journal, found that honey was a more effective treatment for coughs, blocked noses and sore throats than many remedies more conventionally prescribed. A desire to reconnect with the natural world is driving an increased interest in beekeeping, says Anne Rowberry, the chair of the British Beekeepers Association, who has been 'amazed' by the rise in BBA membership -- from 23,400 in January last year to 28,300 today.
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