Beeswax Wraps Refresher Bar
Beeswax Wraps Refresher Bar
Tribal painting of harvesting A. dorsata honey and wax
Occupied and empty (right) comb of A. dorsata bee - diameter ca. 120 cm each
Apis Dorsata (Rock Bees) drinking
Apis Dorsata (Rock Bee) visiting cotton flower

Beeswax Wraps Refresher Bar

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If your wrap looks/feels 'tired': Wax from Apis Dorsata, the Asian ‘Rock Ree’, to refresh your Beeswax Wraps.
Beeswax has antibacterial and anti-viral properties and is therefore ideal for storing food.
We use beeswax from the Asian honeybee, Apis dorsata (or ‘Rock Bee’). The bees are much bigger than European honeybees and they live in the wild, in forests and jungles. Their honeycombs can measure up to 1.5 m. The bees attach them to rocks or the branches of tall trees.
Tribal communities in India still have strong links to the forests. Climbing rocks and trees to collect honey and honeycomb can be extremely dangerous. But this time-honoured tradition also helps to protect the forests. It is a sustainable method that provides income to one of the most disadvantaged groups of people.
Bar of 100g