Royal jelly

So, what is royal jelly? Royal jelly, sometimes referred to as the bee milk is a product of the bee and not the flower. It is secreted by the hypopharyngial glands of young worker bees and fed to the queen and young larvae three days and below. Under normal circumstances in the hive, this product

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Beeswax

This is animal source wax that is produced by bees and used to build combs in the hives. Young worker bees in the hive have a set of eight wax glands on each side of the abdomen. These secrete wax that they use in building combs. After honey harvest from combs or from the capping

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Bee pollen

Pollen grains are small, male reproduction units (gametophytes) formed in the anthers of the higher flowering plants. One of the target foraging goods for field bee is the pollen. Bees use pollen as a protein source in their diets and for feeding raising young brood. Pollination is the process by which pollen is transferred onto

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