Mad Honey History: Consumption, Poisoning Effects, Treatments

Mad honey is red, pale, and semi-liquid honey which smells like mud and flower combination derived from wild honey bee popularly referred to as Apis Dorsata Laborasia. These are the biggest honey bee breed inside the world. As the source of this honey is the pollen of Rhododendron, coloration varies primarily based at the bee forage and age of the honey; that consists of red, orange-yellow, whitish crimson and dark brown. Mad honey is widely recognized for its hallucinogenic, toxic, anti-cancer, aphrodisiacal […]

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