The source of beeswax raw materials?

Beeswax is a fatty substance secreted by the wax glands in the abdomen of worker bees about two weeks old in the colony. In the colony, the worker bees use their own wax to repair the nest spleen, ovary cover and feed room cover. The comb spleen is a place for bees to store food, nurture and roost.

How to store beeswax?

Beeswax can be stored at room temperature to achieve long-term permanent storage. Generally, it should be placed in a dry, ventilated, and cool place, and not in direct sunlight. Beeswax is a flammable substance. It must be stored away from fire and power sources to prevent fire.

How is beeswax contaminated?

Beeswax is a lipophilic substance and easily absorbs fat-soluble pesticides. Many acaricides used in honeycombs to kill mites can also be absorbed by beeswax and cannot be removed by extraction.

The difference between Apis Cerana Beeswax and Apis Mellifera Beeswax

There are two different qualities of natural beeswax. What is the difference between these two kinds of natural beeswax? Which natural beeswax is of better quality?

Beeswax candles are called nobles in candles

Beeswax candles come from nature, bringing warm candlelight and fresh air, leaving no tears to nature.

The history of using beeswax in China

China has a long history of using beeswax and it developed almost at the same time as honey. Candles began in "Zhou Li·Qiuguan·Siheng Family" with "Common Tomb Candles and Ting Liao". "Shen Nong's Materia Medica" lists beeswax as the "top grade" of medicine.

The history of the human using beeswax

Humans have been using bee products including honey since at least 9,000 years ago. Researchers say that the oldest evidence of beeswax comes from Neolithic sites in Asia Minor.The research team also found the earliest evidence of human use of bees in North Africa

Identification of the quality of beeswax

In the daily identification of the quality of beeswax, most are based on intuitive experience or simple detection methods. The best method is to conduct laboratory tests according to the industry standards of beeswax to detect its physical and chemical indicators

What are the benefits of using beeswax to lure bees

1, beeswax can attract detective bees. 2, beeswax will not attract ants. 3, beeswax enables the colony to find the location. 4, beeswax can increase the rate of attracting bees

Bees are in danger of extinction

I wonder if you have noticed that now the frequency of bees appearing in our field of vision is getting lower and lower, and there are very few "buzzing" sounds in the countryside where bees were once seen everywhere. Has the bee disappeared?


We do not produce beeswax, we are only porter of natural beeswax.