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Beeswax

The naturally produced wax by honeybees of the genus Apis is known as beeswax.

Beeswax is the most ancient wax and in the early days was used as the first plastic. Beeswax is edible and is approved in many countries as in food products and is also found to be non-toxic. Beeswax is produced by the worker bees. On the inner side of their sternites, they have eight wax producing glands which they secrete while building their comb. The color and opacity of beeswax depend upon what kind of nectar and pollen bees brings to their hive.

Let’s have a quick look at how Indigenous Beeswax is processed.

After filling the honey in the hexagonal shaped cells of their comb, honeybees used to apply a seal of wax. Before harvesting the honey, we used to remove that seal with a hive tool and like this, we collect wax. After harvesting the wax, we used to heat it. After the process of heating, we filter it through the net in cold water. With this, the wax settles down and the waste is filtered out. By repeating this process 2-3 times we get the purest form of beeswax at last.

INDIGENOUS HONEY Beeswax Raw Organic Natural for candle, and cosmetics 500 g (1 Piece)
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INDIGENOUS HONEY Beeswax Raw Organic Natural for candle, and cosmetics 500 g (1 Piece)

Rs. 450.00

INDIGENOUS HONEY Beeswax Raw Organic Natural for candle, and cosmetics 1 Kg
raw beeswax

INDIGENOUS HONEY Beeswax Raw Organic Natural for candle, and cosmetics 1 Kg

Rs. 850.00

Indigenous beeswax organic natural pure used for cosmetics