Encyclopedia knowledge of beeswax

Source Of Beeswax

Beeswax is a fatty waxy solid secreted from wax glands by worker bees about two weeks of age in order to build and cover the hive. The wax flakes just secreted are transparent and beautiful, showing a variety of colors due to different bee species and pollen sources. Raw wax contains many impurities, showing a special smell. The raw wax is treated with special technology for impurity removal, decolorization, and deodorization, and we have obtained the high-quality refined beeswax that we provide to various industries and various users.

Beeswax, also known as yellow wax or beeswax, is liquid wax secreted by the wax glands in the abdomen of two-week-old worker bees. After secretion, it penetrates into the outer chitin mirror membrane through cell pores, and condenses into white or pale after contact with air. Yellow wax scales, worker bees use the hind feet to send the wax scales to the upper palate through the forefoot, and mix it with the secretion of the palate glands through chewing to become beeswax.