questionsis someone trying to get rich on honey?

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Doing a quick search it looks bogus to me.

The "article" is repeated on a number of questionable sites.

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@mtm2: Press release stuff; gets printed as if it were real news, and may in fact be "sponsored" items.

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They don't call it the "Daily Fail" for nothing. Don't take any "news" from that source very seriously.

But I heard GOB is making a killing in honey right now.

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Real actual genuine honey is good for this stuff, so I don't see how a synthetic version is outrageous. Every medication is initially coming from an organic source anyway, whether that's a plant or animal or fungus or anything else.

SCIENCE etc.

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@pulsetv: They don't allow you to have bees in here.

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The Daily Mail is a tabloid a la The Enquirer. While they do have real news, it's mixed with sensationalist garbage that is designed to sell papers.

A search on that product brings up the exact same article on sites like Weekly World News. So, if you believe the Lizard Boy exists and aliens had a love child with Reagan, then go ahead and buy this "honey".