Tag: Ariana Marisol

The Good-Mood Garden: Crops That Fight Depression Part I

By Ariana Marisol Fight off depression by growing your very own mood enhancing garden with these crops. The act of gardening itself is extremely therapeutic. Getting your hands dirty while gardening is so effective at combating depression that it is often used in “horticulture therapy” at psychiatric hospitals. Certain vegetables and herbs are very rich…

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Man Trains Bees to Create Honey From Cannabis Resin

By Ariana Marisol French beekeeper and cannabis enthusiast is working with bees to create delicious “cannahoney”, otherwise known as cannabis honey. Nicolas, also known as Nicolas TrainerBees, has trained his bees to collect sugar from fruit instead of flowers, and resin from cannabis plants. They use this resin to produce cannabis honey that has many…

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How to Build Your Own Bee Hotel to Help Save Native Bees

By Ariana Marisol Bees are an integral part of our ecosystem. A garden with happy, healthy bees grows happy, healthy plants. Why not help these friendly pollinators even more by building “bee hotels”? There are 4,000 species of bees that are native to North America and they are far more efficient in pollinating than the…

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40 Million Pounds of Hemp Will be Produced In North Carolina

By Ariana Marisol The use of hemp has the potential to have an extremely positive impact on many industries in the United States. The federal government, for many years, has made it impossible to utilize this widely diverse crop, even though it is entirely different from marijuana. North Carolina has recently legalized the cultivation and…

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Create a Bee Friendly Garden and Help Save the Bees: Our Survival Depends On It

By Ariana Marisol The tireless work of bees is one of the main reasons for the possibility of human development on earth. Without them, our planet would be a lot different and the conditions for human development may not have existed. You can save these helpful pollinators by creating a bee-friendly space in your garden….

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