Since when did medicine become free? Last time I went to a doctor I could have bought a new to me used car with what he charged me.Funny, every time I see someone going on about the power of crystals, they're usually trying to sell said crystals to me, not give them away. I doubt anyone that would be doing this bee huffing "treatment" is going to be offering it for free either.
Have you ever smelled the inside of a beehive?The smell of beeswax candles is calming... Why do you think so many old churches use them? Smelling beeswax & propolis calms the senses. If you don't like and enjoy the smell of honey & beeswax, then there's something wrong with you. At bare minimum the smell of fresh honey and beeswax is the smell of a successful summer in the works. Atleast until you get stung.
Not everyone uses scented repellents, has some kind of foolbrood epidemic, or lives in an area where goldenrod stinks (I'm still dismayed by that one, goldenrod honey around here is great).Have you ever smelled the inside of a beehive?
Goldenrod honey is a common and appreciated product over here, which I liken to dandelion honey. There is a lot of goldenrod near my apiaries which my bees go crazy over, but I have not noticed asters. Keep in mind that there are a number of goldenrod species, and from various testimonies on these forums, your southern goldenrod is in no way as appealing as our northern goldernrod. I can't tell you which goldenrod species make good honey and which don't, but others seem to say that some of your northern states have the good kind too.If it tastes/smells like butter scotch, you're getting the wild asters. Theres some people out there that hate the smell of buckwheat. I personally like when they're working the wild apple and plum trees. Who can forget maple & norway spruce trees though.
Because paraffin wasn't invented until the 1800's, and old churches tend to stick to traditional methods? Same reason you don't see many electric flicker bulb candles in old churches?The smell of beeswax candles is calming... Why do you think so many old churches use them?