We Reveal Some More Facts about Bee By-Products that will Astound & Amaze you !
One may be astounded and amazed at the depth of bee by-products derived from the work and efforts of bees. If you spend time using makeup, beauty creams, shampoo, eating pizza, taking cough medicine, brushing your teeth, washing your body, eating fruit and cooking with sunflower oil then you have been blessed by the works of the humble honeybee.
We’ve taken the liberty to introduce some of the products you use and love everyday below. People are not aware of how much the bee plays such a vital role in so many products you use. It’s one of the reasons we took it upon ourselves to launch the Practical Beekeeping book series that we hope will enlighten and educate the people on many of the benefits of honeybees.
We also hope that you will be able to take on our challenge to start your own honey farm using our bee books and beekeeping equipment from BeeWare it’s all possible! What’s great is that you will earn while you learn as well! One of the principle beliefs of the company is that we focus on helping you to learn and earn at the same time. Beekeeping is rewarding in so many ways!
See below the scope that the Beekeeping industry offers when you start your own honey farm!
What makes money:
- Bee Pollen can be eaten by health conscious persons
- Honey Bee Propolis is a fantastic anti-bacterial, anti-viral and all round good guy when it comes to nasty illnesses
- Beeswax can be used to make soap, candles and more
- What about the bee products in makeup and beauty products you could be using right now?
- What about all the foods and sweets you eat that include honey?
- How about trying to make your own honey beer, wine and juice?
- Royal jelly is also a great bee by-product that is as expensive as gold per ounce.
- Bee sting venom is also used for medical reason in treatment of certain types of arthritis
- Pollination of up to 75% of the world’s plants, vegetation and trees are taken care of by the busy honeybee.
- Most of the sunflowers and sunflower oil you by and use everyday is a by-product of honeybee pollination. It simply wouldn’t be around if bees didn’t pollinate the sunflower fields.
- Most fruits like apricots, cherries, strawberries and apples wouldn’t be around if it wasn’t for the little bee.
“Bee Products For Money” is our next book in the Practical Beekeeping series, so keep an eye out for it.
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Something to note…
You will also need beekeeping equipment like a beekeeper’s bee suit, a smoker, a hive tool and at least one bee hive in order to start practical beekeeping.
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P.S. I am a beekeeper and have been one for many years. I keep my own hives in locations close to where I live on smallholdings in the area. I do this by asking permission from the land owners while also giving them a briefing on the safety issues and my best practices.
P.S.S I also do bee removals for an additional income. This is a great income earner… and in my next ebook I will introduce you to the fantastic income streams a beekeeper can tap into straight from the get go!
P.S.S I get about 200Kg of bee honey produced by my small collection of privately owned and manageable colonies. This is equivalent of 200 x $6 which totals $1200 (Or R10,000) twice a year. That’s only considering the honey I sell to friends and local food stalls at a premium.
P.S.S.S I also make money from making and selling beeswax candles. I also burn these sweet smelling candles in my own home. These are a delicasy in terms of beeswax because beeswax is hard to come by. Many beekeepers recycle their beeswax and put it back into their bee hives. I use mine to sell as pure beeswax candles. I get $4.50 or R35 per beeswax candle and I generally sell around 100 per year.