Beeswax, also known as yellow wax, honey beeswax. Beeswax is a fatty substance secreted by the wax glands of the worker bees in the bee colony.
In the bee colony, worker bees use their own secreted wax to build nest spleen, ovary closure and feed room cover. Honeycomb is a place for bees to store food, breed bees and inhabit agglomerates. Therefore, beeswax is both a product of bee colony and a necessary material for survival and reproduction.