Pierre Hefer

Pierre Hefer

www.localrawhoney.co.za
Johannesburg, South Africa / Tree hugger, horse rider, beekeeper, organic gardener and photographer
Pierre Hefer
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How to process beeswax - tutorial.

Obviously the whole reason to set up, maintain, and stock a beehive is to harvest honey. You will know that it is time to harvest the honey when you look i

If you're lucky enough to know a local beekeeper, you may be able to pick up some raw, honey-scented beeswax with for a good price. Here's how to filter it for candle making and other purposes.

If you& lucky enough to know a local beekeeper, you may be able to pick up some raw, honey-scented beeswax with for a good price. Here& how to filter it for candle making and other purposes.

Homemade HONEY Lip Balm (with Beeswax and Almond Oil) Recipe.  Lip BalmMakes 1-1/2 cups  1 cup sweet almond oil   1/2 cup beeswax   2 Tablespoons honey   Place almond oil and beeswax in a microwave-safe bowl. Microwave for 1 minute or until mixture melts. Stir the honey into the almond oil/beeswax mixture. Let it cool somewhat.  Pour into small containers (lip balm tubs or tubes).

I am always looking for projects that utilize the by-products of my beehive. This lip balm uses both honey and beeswax. It makes a useful and unique gift for my friends and family. by Sara Paul Raffel.

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