Honey Bee Nutrition Price List – 2015

Honey Bee Nutrition


Honey BHealthy (16 oz.)               $24.95

This feeding stimulant is fed in spring and fall to stimulate the immune system. Prevents mold and fungus in sugar syrups, calms bees when used as a spray, builds colonies when fed during nectar deaths, and much more. Contains spearmint and lemongrass.

 

 

 

Amino-B Booster (16 oz.)               $24.95

Amino-B Booster is a specially formulated apiary blend of 20 amino acids vital to bee health.  Provides all necessary amino acids for healthy nurse bees and production of high quality bee milk and royal jelly for queen production.  Stimulates brood rearing when there is no natural pollen or nectar. Also effective in helping reduce “protein stress” for those times when there is a limited amount or the quality of pollen is low.  Fed in conjunction with Honey B Healthy.

Vitamin B Healthy (16 oz.)               $24.95

Vitamin B Healthy is a feeding stimulant that will help your hive thrive.  Provides needed nutrients vital to bee health. Helps build stron colonies which strengthens honey production and pollination.

Pollen Patties                                   $2.00/ 8 oz. patty or $4.00/ lb.

Chamomile Tea Bags  (20 ct)          $1.99

Adding chamomile tea to your sugar syrup not only calms your bees, but most importantly, it brings the PH of the sugar syrup closer to that of honey which is easier on their midgut.

Thyme Leaves                                 $2.25

Thymol, derived from the essential oils of the thyme plant, is the medication of choice when treating for varroa mites.   By adding thyme to your sugar syrup, you are supplying your bees with a natural repellant to the varroa mite.

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