Bee pollen comes from the male seed of flowers which are collected by the honeybees and formed into granules. Honeybees rely on this pollen for food. Studies have shown bee pollen to contain a variety of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, enzymes, and fatty acids. Bee pollen is also high in protein. It has also been used to treat many illnesses, relieve airborne pollen allergies and enhance athletic performance.
Beeswax is produced by the bees from special wax glands on the underside of the honeybee's abdomen. There are many uses for beeswax, the more common are high quality candles, soap, skin care products, furniture polish, batik art, putting on drawer runners to make them slide smoothly and in quilting it's put on the thread and needle to ease passing through cloth.Beeswax - Small - $1. 50
Taper - $8.00
Sweet smelling, burns cleaner, longer and brighter than other wax candles.
Our handcrafted soap contains saponified oil of coconut, olive, jojoba, and palm, butters of cocoa and shea, beeswax, honey, vitamin E and essential oils.
Moisturizing Cream $6.00
This moisturizer is a rich, protective skin cream which offers the moisturizing and softening properties of honey and beeswax, along with the essential vitamins, minerals and antiseptic and bacterial-fighting qualities provided by bee pollen. Contains oils of olive, sweet almond oil, shea butter, beeswax, water, honey, vitamin E, bee pollen, propolis, and essential oils. Used daily and sparingly, this cream will soothe and heal dry hands.
Lip Balm - $2.75
This lip balm combines the moisturizing and conditioning properties of sweet almond oil with the anti-oxidant properties of vitamin E, moisturizing and protective properties of beeswax, to provide relief and protections to chapped, dry and cracked lips. Light minty flavor.