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18 May

FINALLY! It’s here! A LIMITED batch of MahakoBees PURE BEESWAX is available for purchase in our store:https://www.etsy.com/au/shop/MahakoBees.

PURE NATURAL BEESWAX
This is not your typical bulk manufactured beeswax. Our beeswax is triple filtered through a super fine mash for superior clarity, which will not splatter in candles and will provide you with a superior aromatic burn. They smell amazing! It is also food grade and smells of raw ‪#‎organic‬ ‪#‎honey‬ and pure beeswax so it is ideal for many craft projects. It comes in a range of colors, from the superior quality white bees wax, made from separated pure beeswax cappings ideal for cosmetics and lip balms, to the darker grades that deliver stronger #beeswax aromas which are perfect for candles and wax art works. Each block is an easy size to manipulate and melt for the hobbyist. Our #bees wax is NOT bleached.

Our pure ‪#‎beeswax‬ is perfect for small home craft projects, and this bulk pack provides sufficient quantity for making ‪#‎candles‬ , cosmetics, furniture polish, crafts, or weatherproofing leather products, lip balms, egg decorating, ‪#‎wax‬ painting, and so on. Our Beeswax Ingots are ‪#‎handmade‬, hand poured and triple filtered in Queensland from ‪#‎beehives‬ in our small boutique apiary.

Take a look and support our beekeeping channel by placing an order which we can dispatch immediately. We can deliver worldwide, but if your location is not listed, please drop us a line and we will send you the shipping details.

We thank you for your support in advance!
MahakoBees
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07 Jul

08 Jan

MAHAKOBEES.COM – Comb Honey = SUPER FOOD. how to cut and package 100 gram samples.

Our new raw comb honey video is all about that liquid gold, served in its most natural form. RAW COMB HONEY. It is untouched by human hands, unprocessed, unheated, unfiltered, without chemicals, sugar water additives or preservatives. Simply the healthiest natural raw food available for those interest in a healthy diet, all thanks to the hard work of Honey bees and the beekeeper taking care of his beehives and bee colonies. As colony disorder continues to cause much concern for beekeepers worldwide, few now dare to cut away the precious golden nectar with all that beeswax. It takes up to twenty kilos of honey to produce one kilo of beeswax. Keep that in mind when you purchase a true beeswax candle and appreciate all that hard work the bees put into it. Enjoy the smell, the beautiful honey aroma, and the long lasting burn.

Also, take the opportunity next time you visit your local fresh food market, and grab a sample pack of that beautifully fresh raw comb honey. You won’t regret it!

Hope you like our videos, and if you do, we invite you to subscribe to our MahakoBees or if you feel we deserve it, click the LIKE button below. We appreciate all comments and feedback so don’t be shy and let’s dive deep into the topic of bees, honey, beeswax and beekeeping as a hobby or in deed as a large and extremely important agricultural industry.
We appreciate all your support
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You can read more about what Raw Comb Honey is below. Information is from Wikipedia:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comb_honey

Comb honey is honey, intended for consumption, which still contains pieces of the hexagonal-shaped beeswax cells of the honeycomb.

Before the invention of the honey extractor almost all honey produced was in the form of comb honey.[citation needed] Today, most honey is produced for extraction but comb honey remains popular among consumers both for eating ‘as is’ and for combining with extracted honey to make Chunk Honey. Hobbyists and sideliners can best develop their beekeeping skills by producing comb honey, which they can easily sell for several times its value as extracted honey. Comb honey production is more suitable for areas with a prolonged honeyflow from dutch clover, alsike, and yellow clover. Wooded areas are not very suitable for comb honey production, as bees tend to collect much propolis, which makes the harvesting of comb honey much more difficult. This problem has been largely circumvented with the adoption of specialized frames which prevent accumulation of propolis on saleable units.

Hive management[edit]

Beehive with Ross Round style comb honey super and frames exposed

Populous honey bee colonies are usually reduced to single hive bodies at the beginning of the honeyflow when one or more comb honey supers are added. Comb honey can either be produced in wooden sections, shallow frames, or Ross Rounds. The successful production of comb honey requires that the hive remain somewhat crowded without overcrowding, which leads to swarming. Young prolific queens help rapid colony population expansion with less likelihood of swarming. Caucasian Apis mellifera bees are often preferred for their tendency to keep a constricted brood nest and for their production of white wax cappings, making more attractive honey combs.

26 Sep

Bees are such amazing creatures (insects), that go through metamorphosis, take on many roles in the relatively short life span, and manage to create so many useful natural and fully organic beekeeping products like beeswax, Royal Jelly, propolis, raw honey, and 30% of all our food by busily pollinating our fruit and nut trees and vegetables. This video shows the many different types and colors of beeswax you can remove from your beehives. The colors range form perfectly clean and very fresh snow white to dark and almost black brood comb. The older it is, the darker it usually gets. Take a look. I am sure you will find the contract very interesting. 

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