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Beeswax Candles

What’s neater than a beeswax candle? the complex smells of propolis and beeswax the feel the color of the wax enhanced by a glowing flame and the joy of making them A note from Murris Johnson got me to thinking about them. As much as I enjoy them, I’ve never written a word about beeswax […]

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Joe Waggle’s Crayon

Joe Waggle shares a swarm trapping accessory. He puts lemon grass essential oil into melted beeswax. And then pours it into a suitable mold. Lets it harden. And has a easy to use swarm attractant. Rubbing it in, on and around a swarm box, increased its attractiveness. This beeswax crayon isn’t as fragile, or as […]

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Hive Products

Even though there’s not an uncontaminated environment anywhere on earth, it’s still possible to produce a healthy probiotic honey. Such a honey is impossible to produce using conventional beekeeping methods. Other hive products like beeswax and propolis, are chemical sinks and require the best possible environment to produce an uncontaminated product. Pure Honey? Natural beekeeping […]

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