Beeswax concretes are a type of natural wax derived from the honeycomb of bees. They are solid, yellowish in color, and have a pleasant odor. Beeswax concretes are commonly used in various industries, including cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, and food.

Synonyms: Beeswax Absolute, Beeswax Absolute White, Beeswax Absolute Yellow, Yellow Wax, White Wax, Cera Alba, Apis Mellifera Wax.

Botanical Names: Apis Mellifera

Chemical Composition: Beeswax concretes are a complex mixture of fatty acids, esters, and hydrocarbons. The main components of beeswax concretes are palmitate, palmitoleate, and oleate esters of long-chain alcohols.

Growing Locations: Beeswax concretes are produced globally, with the largest producers being China, India, and Europe. The quality and properties of the beeswax can vary depending on the location and environmental conditions.

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    Name :Jasmine

    Type :Producer

    Headquarters :India

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    Name :Reincke & Fichtner

    Type :Distributor

    Headquarters :Germany

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