Bees start making honey, which is their food, by visiting flowers. They collect a sugary juice called nectar from the blossom by sucking it out with their tongues. They store it in what's called their honey stomach.
When they have a full load, they fly back to the hive. There, they pass it on through their mouths to other worker bees who chew it for about half an hour. It's passed from bee to bee, until it gradually turns into honey.
Storing in Honeycomb
The bees store it in honeycomb cells, which are like tiny jars made of wax. The honey is still a bit wet, so they fan it with their wings to make it dry out and become more sticky. When it's ready, they seal the cell with a wax lid to keep it clean.
Drive the bees out of hive
In order to drive the bees out of hive we create a small smoky fire and hold or make it near the entrance holes of the hive. This calms the bees as well as drive most of them away from the hive.
Break the hive open
Once we reach into the hive, we have to remove the honeycomb. This job is done by simply breaking it off of the hive. If breaking it with hand is not possible then we reach in with the knife and cut the comb instead.
Mashing of Honey
We separate the brood cells from the cells that actually contain honey. Then break up the remaining honeycomb into a colander or a strainer. After lacing it on top of a bowl we mash the honeycomb using a spoon or a masher.
Released honey from the comb will drain through the strainer into the bowl below leaving the wax behind in the strainer. We send jars full of honey for packaging and deliver to you safely.
Paramount Collection's is a leading manufacturing & sourcing Company based in US, We produce Organic honey products without using synthetic pesticides, fertilizers or other genetically modified components. We conducted researches and studies with experts beekeepers & manufacrtres, for honey products (APITHERAPY), essential oils (AROMATHERAPY) and herbs (PHYTOTHERAPY). Producing more than 50 products in world's markets such as shampoo, soap, hair oils, creams, energizing honey, infertility honey, beauty cream and many more.
Our mission is to extract the purest, most delicious, raw honey from countries around the world. We’re dedicated to everything raw honey – from exquisite single-origin, mono-floral and multi-floral honey.
Our flagship product is Organic Honey for men & Sidr Honey the mono-floral honey which comes from the bees that feed exclusively on the nectar of the wild Sidr tree.
None of our farmers or beekeepers feed sugar solution or supplements to their bees either. We are totally dedicated to extracting the purest most natural honey there is. This attention to detail extends to every aspect of the process, such as glass bottling, packaging and labelling.
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Raw honey has been used in folks medicine for centuries. It may contain nutrients that are not found in regular honey, as processing and pasteurization it undergoes may diminish many of the beneficial elements.