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The Pros And Cons Of Beeswax And Paraffin Polish In Candlemaking

01st November 2010
Types of WaxTypically essentially the most preferred forms of polish employed in candlemaking areBeeswaxParaffin waxGel WaxSoybean waxPalm WaxBayberry waxThere are benefits and drawbacks to each and every sort of polish. crude oil;give off quite a few fro... Read >
Author: Mabel Pedroza

Beekeeping Frames - Plastic or Wood? What's Better?

18th October 2010
Like a picture frame, the beekeeping frames are originally created from wooden rectangular structures that give support to the honeycomb foundation. This then gives the bees a comb-like surface to build their honeycomb. The frames allow spatial requiremen... Read >
Author: Shakd

Health Benefits of Propolis

06th July 2009
Propolis What is Propolis? Propolis is a dark brown colored resin, also called as blue glue and is created by honey bees. Honey bees collect it form tree saps, balsams and other botanical sources to build their hives. The consistency of Propolis de... Read >
Author: michel143

THE WONDER OF HONEY AND ITS MANY USES

16th April 2009
WHAT IS HONEY?Honey is the most widely consumed food product produced by insects. It is also a key element in thousands of folk remedies, health and beauty aids and other practical uses.The thick, sweet liquid is made by bees and contains the insects enzy... Read >
Author: WLP

Making Your Own Tool To Extract Honey

20th January 2009
In order to get honey from your beehive you have to be able to extract the honey from the honey comb. In order to do this you have to have to have a honey extractor. There are manufactured honey extractors available on the market, they typically cost appr... Read >
Author: Jack Stanley

Learn About The Reproduction For Honey Bees

20th January 2009
The springtime is the time when honeybees reproduce. The natural means of reproduction for honey bees is called swarming. The springtime swarming period typically last about three weeks. Normally a single swarm of honey bees divide and becomes two during ... Read >
Author: Jack Stanley

Increase Curb Appeal With Flowering Shrubs and Bushes

09th May 2006
If you want to create a home with more curb appeal or, simply add color to the side or back property, you have many excellent options with flowering bushes. Depending on the type of bush you choose, you will end up with gorgeous blooms at varying times of... Read >
Author: Eileen Melgar
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