Our innocent little Friends,

the honey bees

The bees need help!

They are under stress!

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About Vibrantbee

We are here to do our part for the bees. We believe we have an answer to their plight that will fortify them to continue their noble service on this planet.

Dr Wil Spencer, Naturopath, VMSP, Author and Researcher is an advocate for Nature. His work extends into multiple areas of investigative research and education regarding human and environmental health. Identifying and restoring the degraded conditions of natural homeostasis, most often due to industrialization and the misunderstanding of the importance of microorganisms.

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How we produce our honey

Honey Bees need the nutrients Mother Nature intended for them to enjoy natural immunity and strength clean and decontaminate their hives live and thrive in spite of their polluted environment.

Our Friends the honey bees are having a difficult time staying healthy. Nature itself lacks the nutrition they need. Disease, parasites, viruses, fungi, CCD,  mold and bacteria are rooted in malnutrition.

This is reversible!

01. Flowers produce nectar and attract our bees

02. Bees collect the nectar and carry it to the beehive

03. Bees seal cells with wax and honey ripens

04. We collect the product and transfer it to the packaging

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What our clients say

Bella Donna

I LOVE your bee products and have seen a huge difference in the health of my bees in the past two years that I've been using it. Last winter was my best winter ever with feeding my bees, NO SUGAR or junk. I had nine hives going into winter, get this... after a very dry year, they had little to no honey stores.  Everyone said they weren't going to make it. Most people I know lost a lot of bees, manyin record numbers. I lost none.  I live in Central Arizona and we have some warm days, sometimes in December and January it can get up into the 60s after night time temperatures in the 20s and 30s.  I open feed away from my hives with food scraps, mostly fruitsand peels, sprinkled with your powdered probiotics and minerals.   I have bottle holes in the top of my hives where I water and honey water feed them.  During warm days here in the winter I will crack that open and put a few tablespoons of honeycomb with your products mixed in. At the end of winter and throughout spring I also add Brewer's yeast.  My bees this year are also doing great.  THANKS for providing a healthy and natural way to support the bees through winter sugar and artificial crap.

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