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A Beekeeper Trained His Bees to Make Honey With Cannabis Resin

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A 39-year-old French beekeeper and an avid cannabis user made natural honey, which they called -“cannahoney.”

Nicolas Trainerbees earned his nickname after over two decades committed to his relationship with bees and animals.

When he was 7, Trainer started to get into a great deal of fights and trouble at school since he was hyperactive, which in the long run prompted him dropping out. In any case, not long after leaving school, he found that cannabis for therapeutic purposes helped him manage his condition. 

Later, he was asked whether he could ever use his bees to make honey produced by using marijuana plants (cannabis). Realizing that honey is a characteristic substance with its very own medical advantages, he got the possibility that the two would really be an ideal mix.

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I too have two bee hives and harvest them for honey. I also am very familar with the life cycle and honey production as every bee keeper would be. Thus I believe this article is a load of crock. Bees are ingrained with their behaviour, they can't be "trained". Whilst they can and probably do collect pollen from cannabis flowers, I've never observed a bee collecting SAP from anything, let alone fruit. How is a bee supposed to collect sugars from fruit ? They have no teeth and cannot break the skin ? I have a bridge for sale, any takers ?

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