The story of the BeeQuine honeybee:
Before the name "BeeQuine", the company was originally going to be named "See Bee Dee" with a play on the term of "CBD". With the ever-changing hemp industry regulations it was decided to change the name. That said, you may still notice a few elements of "See Bee Dee" in the BeeQuine honey bee. His glasses (see), he's a honeybee (bee) and the shape of one of his stripes is a bit unusual (dee).
How the BeeQuine company was born, according to company owner Gary Eastman:
"Around 2017 the Iverson Family in Wilsonville, OR (Home to Tulip Festival) had the Patriarch become very ill. He was bedridden, lethargic and dying. They reached out to their cousin (Tim) who was in the medical marijuana industry.
If you’re like us, you’d rather spend a day in the saddle than in the company of your fellow human—and for good reason! Our equine counterparts are not just beloved members of our family, but extensions of our soul. Like us, they suffer from an array of mental and physical conditions that we believe can be remedied through the use of natural supplementation.