Comb Honey Production:  Is this the new honey boom after Manuka? Comb honey is honey contained within the original hexagon-shaped beeswax cells.  It has received no processing, filtering or manipulation therefore as a result it is the pure work of the bee.  Both the honey and wax are edible and this provides us with a […]

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How to use a Silicon Candle Mould Have you ever wondered what to do with that leftover beeswax from your pre-loved candles? Visit Hiveworld  Candlemaking Products to order your very own candle making supplies.  This will enable you to create uniquely beautiful recycled wax candles for either yourself or to gift to someone special.   […]

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Is there such a thing as Killer Bees? In 1956, Scientists in Brazil imported the African honey bee (Apis mellifera scutellata).  This was an  attempt to improve the European honey bee that was poorly adapted for their tropical conditions. In 1957 26 Queens accidentally escaped from quarantine and bred with European honeybees and the Africanised […]

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