Beyonce Constructing Hemp And Honey Farms. . ‘I’ve Even Bought Hives On My Roof!’

Beyonce builds hemp and honey farms.

The singer of “Formation”, who has children Blue Ivy, nine, and Rumi and Sir, four, with husband Jay-Z, admitted that the coronavirus pandemic gave her the time to create “positive rituals”, to take better care of herself, and she is “so” happy “to be a good example to her children by recognizing the healing properties of nature.

Speaking to Harper’s Bazaar about her Icon edition, she said, “During the quarantine, I went from over-indulgence to positive rituals drawn from previous generations and reflecting my own views.

“I discovered CBD on my last tour and experienced its benefits for pain and inflammation. It helped with my restless nights and the excitement that comes from being unable to sleep. I have found healing properties in honey that will benefit me and my children.

“And now I’m building a hemp and honey farm. “I even have beehives on my roof! And I am so happy that my daughters have the example of these rituals from me. “

And the 39-year-old star admitted that her new interest sparked one of her “most satisfying moments” as a parent when she met her daughter enjoying a relaxing ritual.

She added, “One of my most satisfying moments as a mom was when I soaked Blue in the bath tub one day with my eyes closed, using mixes I had created, and taking time to relax and be at peace. I have so much to share … and more is coming soon! “

Elsewhere in the interview, Beyonce spoke about how much she was inspired by her own parents, Tina Knowles-Lawson and Mathew Knowles.

She said, “My mother was and still is my queen. She has always been so strong and full of humanity. She worked 18 hours a day with calloused hands and swollen feet. No matter how tired she was, she was always professional, loving, and caring. I try to do my job and run my business the same way.

“My father kept encouraging me to write my own songs and develop my own vision. He’s the reason why I wrote and produced when I was so young. “