Beeswax, also known as yellow wax, beeswax. Beeswax is a fatty substance secreted by four pairs of wax glands in the abdomen of workers of the age group. In the bee colony, worker bees use their own secreted wax to build nest spleen, ovary closure and feed room cover. Nest spleen is a place for bees to store food, breed bees and inhabit agglomerates. Therefore, beeswax is both a product of bee colony and a necessary material for survival and reproduction.
Beeswax is a substance secreted by four pairs of wax glands below the worker's abdomen. Its main ingredients are: acids, free fatty acids, free fatty alcohols and carbohydrates. In addition, there are carotenoids, vitamin A, aromatic substances and the like. Beeswax has a wide range of uses in industrial and agricultural production. In the cosmetics manufacturing industry, many beauty products contain beeswax, such as bath liquid, lipstick, rouge, etc. In the candle processing industry, beeswax is used as the main raw material to manufacture various types of candles; in the pharmaceutical industry, beeswax can be used in manufacturing. Dental casting wax, base wax, sticky wax, outer shell of pills; coatings, packaging and outerwear that can be used as food in the food industry; can be used as a coating agent for fruit trees and pests in agriculture and animal husbandry; In the beekeeping industry, nests and wax bowls can be made.