Poison

Poison Do you know that… … bee venom has a powerful anti-inflammatory power being applied in the treatment of 500 more diseases, according to the newspaper El Mundo. According to research by a Spanish researcher, apitoxin is 100 times more effective than cortisone, and is beneficial as a therapy for bone and respiratory system problems.…

Propolis

Propolis Do you know that… … we can say that it is a resinous, balsamic substance, with a viscous consistency and color, varying from brownish green, dark brown or other shades, depending on the type of plant chosen by the bees. For these the propolis is very important, as it is used to make a…

Pollen

Pollen Do you know that… … pollen, a fine and colorful powder in flowers, is the male reproductive element of plants that is collected by bees for their food. This when collected by bees is nature’s most complete and valuable food. Our body needs 22 amino acids essential for its perfect functioning. Most foods contain…

Royal Jelly

Royal Jelly Do you know that… … royal jelly is the product resulting from the combined action of the pharyngeal glands and mandibular glands of bees from 5 to 15 days of age. The royal jelly is a thick milk with acid flavor, produced by the bees to feed the larvae until the 3rd day…

Wax

Wax Do you know that… … wax is a product of the secretion of 8 glands located in the abdomen of the worker bee. These glands are active between the 13th and 18th day of life of the bee, they need to consume 6 to 7kg of honey to segregate 1 kg of wax. Wax…