Creating Waves of Awareness
You will read stories in every paper from England to Vancouver, Florida and the Far East about the Colony Collapse of the Bees. What is happening? How are we polluting our environment? Like the Canary in the Mine, they are signaling us about the change in our planet. It is happening not in one location, but simultaneously around the world. You will see numerous stories on the internet about chemtrails, GMO sterilization of plant seeds, and a changing water supply from global warming, in general, that may explain this phenomena. Natural Resources Defense Council NRCD says, "Honey bees are disappearing across the country, putting $15 billion worth of fruits, nuts and vegetables at risk." Prison Planet points to the combination of toxic chemicals and infestation. It is simply not one variable, but many that have contributed to the "colony collapse disorder."
The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation reports that the bees have been susceptible to the varroa mite, which means they are weakened to repel other harmful viruses. They use of pesticides with camphor, menthol, eucalyptus and thymol spray or other precautions.
Just like humans are now resistant to antibiotics, this is the same for the mites and using antibiotics as a deterrent to the mites. As homeopaths, we could have predicted this outcome, since we know it is the "soil" and hardiness of the bees, rather than the pest as a causation.
Although more labor intensive, the use of powdered sugar or powdered dust can help reduce mite infestation.
What are the trace poisons? Pesticides and their residues, consisting of broken down components, often more poisonous than the pesticide itself.