1- The beekeepers usually put on the market for several years. These are often broken, crushed, black and mostly contaminated with eggs and larvae of the waxy butterfly.
2- Paying more money by honey consumption is waxy than liquid honey.
In addition to the absolute non-essential nutritional value of wax, the buyer finds honey in three forms:
– The difference in price per kilogram of honey compared to liquid honey.
– Paying money to get wax that has no nutritional value for them.
– Some of them are contaminated with eggs, larvae and butterfly waxes, which can be cleaned up by the beekeepers before being put on the market if they are too much.
3. The price of wax is far higher than the price of honey.
4. The beekeeper usually draws out honey from the hive, cleanse, fresh, and free from the eggs and larva of the moth-beetle with horseradish extractor, and stores empty honey in the right place for use the following year.
Reusable seams are usually black on both sides. They are crisp and fragile and have a dull appearance and are usually contaminated with eggs and larvae butterflies. Not reusable.
5. With the supply of honey to the market, the beekeeper actually uses the public’s naivety, and instead of recycling old and worn out black and dirty and lethargic waxes, they are generally popular and more expensive than liquid honey to market. Offers.