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Thanks for wanting to learn more about what we do here at Cape Chin Micro-Farm! Keep reading below to find out about all the benefits that come with Raw Honey, and Beeswax!

Bees at Work

Raw Honey

Raw Honey can improve gut health, and is full of anti-oxidants! It's a quick sourse of energy and helps fight off infections. It could even heal wounds, soothe a sore throat, and strengthen the immune system. Here's some more cool details abut Raw Honey! 

What's in Raw Honey:

  • Bee pollen ~ provides vitamins, minerals, protein, phytonutrients & more. 

  • Propolis ~ packed with phenolic compounds, plus vitamins, minerals, & enzymes.

  • Antioxidants ~ rich in antioxidant compounds that fight free radicals 

  • Minerals ~ includes some calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, and zinc. 

  • Vitamins ~ contains vitamins b6, niacin, thiamine, riboflavin, & pantothenic acid.  

  • Amino acids ~ raw honey has trace amounts of approximately 22 amino acids.  

Piece of Honeycomb

Beeswax Candles

Beeswax candles are known for being some of the longest-lasting candles! These candles have a slower burn than most other waxes due to their density. Beeswax candles are environmentally friendly!

Here are some more fun facts about our Beeswax Candles:

  • Unlike many other candles, burning beeswax actually purifies the air. Beeswax candles emit negative ions which bind with particulate matter in the air, causing the floating particles in the air to drop to the ground.

  • There is absolutely no chemical processing! These candles are 100% natural. Straight from the hive, and into your home!

  • One of the reasons we love beeswax so much is its versatility. Our beeswax candles get their scent from the nectar and honey that was originally stored in the honeycomb. Therefore, the scents of our candles change slightly depending on what the bees were pollinating.

  • By choosing beeswax candles, you can support your local beekeepers. Beeswax is a natural byproduct of the beekeeping industry. It’s made and used by bees to store their honey and raise their broods. After periods of high honey flow, beekeepers remove the extra honeycombs. Our beeswax comes from the cappings of these honeycombs. Beeswax is a natural, renewable resource from an industry that helps the environment. Bees play a pivotal role in our lives by pollinating the crops we eat and plants in the wild. Beeswax is just another miracle that comes from these amazing insects.

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