Ceylon Bee Honey Pvt. Ltd. (CBH) is formed as the sales and marketing arm of the non-for –profit Bee keeping association, Bee Resource Protection Center, (BRPC) Hanthana. The company forms with the industrialists who represent the Ayurveda, Agriculture and social development sectors. The vacuum created in Sri Lankan Bee honey Industry was our goal and with untiring efforts, it could be filled with the time. We aimed the highest qualities of bee honey industries in the globe and sailing towards that direction, while strengthening the local Bee Honey producing families. When we enter in to the industry, there were no any private company who produce with a value chain, but now it’s unveiling with our commitments and effort.
Our first target is to make the country self-sufficient from Bee Honey and then winning the globe with Pure Ceylon Bee Honey and allied product range. While various department s and the private companies importing Bee Honey from various locations, the viral and other diseases enter into the Island which damage the Bees who pollinate plants. There won’t be any living creature on earth if pollination seize. Therefore we are drawing a story of the greener and cleaner Sri Lanka with this meritorious project.
Bees in Sigiriya rock fortress, frequently attacked the tourists are a species known Apis dorsata referred to as ‘Bambara’ in Sinhala. Those are able to manage with our teams, and we could safely remove a number of dorsata colonies, from populated locations, including the Temple Trees.
We are representing the boxed Bee Honey farmers from Dry zone natural forest bound villages, Wet Zone upland villages and Uva basin villages. We are not promoting wild harvesting, but thoroughly encourage to farm close to natural forests. Our Bee (Epis Cerana Indica) can fly over 700 meters and they are very productive in pollination. Therefore we are quite sure on self-sufficiency can gained within a short period of time, not exceeding five years.
Ceylon Bee Honey Co. is a people based and nature based private limited company registered under the Sri Lankan Law. We created the organizational structure with people from eminent scientists, level to the farmer level. Any Bee keeper who wishes to do a sustainable production can expand their capacities and join our team up the director board.
We need only couple of hundreds of professional Bee farmers and it can be easily achieved with the medium term goals of the company. From there onwards we will touch the International market with value additions to Pure Ceylon Bee Honey.
Ayurveda is the future miracle of the world, which is not even touched by the Sri Lankan ventures and our target is to make Sri Lankan farmer wealthier with our synergies. As a green country which flowing towards the sustainable agriculture will have a gold mine with the agriculture thirst from the developed nations. Bee Honey will strategically place in that scenario for the best of Sri Lankan farmer.
Bomb squad: Defense Advanced Research Laboratory (DARPA) scientists have been working with honeybees using their highly developed sense of smell since 1999 to sniff out bombs.
Facial recognition: A honeybee can recognize faces, and they even do it the same way we do using a technique called configure processing, piecing together the components of a face — eyes, ears, nose and mouth according to a report by The Journal of Experimental Biology.
Bee venom destroys HIV cells and more: Scientists from Washington University School of Medicine reported nanoparticles containing bee venom can destroy human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) while at the same time leaving surrounding cells unharmed. Physicians have reported using bee venom to treat arthritic conditions, multiple sclerosis, high blood pressure, asthma, hearing loss, and even premenstrual syndrome.
Honey used to sterilize wounds: Doctors from the Honey Research Unit at the University of Waikato, New Zealand say that honey is a very effective means of quickly rendering heavily infected wounds sterile, without the side effects of antibiotics, and it is even effective against antibiotic resistant strains of bacteria.
Oldest honey found: Archaeologists claim that In ancient times, honey was packed for people's journeys into the afterlife. In the country of Georgia, honey remains have been found on the inner surface of clay vessels unearthed an ancient tomb, dating back some 4,700–5,500 years.