Forever Bee has a wide collection of Raw Honey, Flavoured Honey, Beeswax and more. We have collected a lot of recipes over the years, some we made on our own, some we found online, the best ones have come from our customers! Check back often we update our collection as new recipes are found.
We are going to focus on some of the basic necessities you and your family might need to survive a 1-week emergency. This is not meant to make you afraid, but to empower you to take control of any situation you might face and help yourself, your family and community :)
These types of emergencies might include a job loss, water pipes or furnace broken in your home, natural disaster or any other situation you might want to prepare for.
Let's have some fun assembling our 1-week Emergency Preparedness Kits. Did you know that Forever Bee offers products that are ideal for including in your emergency kit? We don't have everything you need, but we do offer a wide variety of products to supplement your kits.
Emergency Preparedness Kit - 1 Week - $135
1kg Creamed Honey
1/2lb Bee Pollen
2 Small Pillar Candles
10oz Beeswax Blocks
50 Pack Honeystix
Honey - it is great for emergency wound care on burns, cuts, sore throats, coughs, etc. It is also a great source of carbohydrates and nutrients in an emergency situation. Mix a tsp of honey in a bottle of water with a pinch of Himalayan sea salt - it is a perfect electrolyte drink to help with hydration.
Bee Pollen - this is a super food that contains all your vitamins, minerals and over 40% protein. When you are low on food, make sure to have bee pollen in your kit.
Beeswax Candles - these candles are long lasting, they don't drip and don't smoke. They also last a very long time. All emergency kits should have at least one pillar candle that can be used as a light source, heat source and also a cooking source.
Beeswax - pure beeswax is not necessary in a 72-hour kit, but should be part of your long term emergency kit. With beeswax you can make your own body products, waterproof your shoes, seal your food, make your own candles, etc.
Lippy Balm - ideal for keeping your lips from drying and cracking and you can also use it on your cheeks and hands in an emergency.
Body Butter - is an essential item in your emergency kit. Use it protect your skin against the extreme cold, use it against dried/chapped skin and also as a remedy against sunburn.
Soap - during emergency it is more important than ever to keep up with hygiene. Take regular sponge baths, wash clothing and keep your surroundings clean. The last thing you want is infection or disease.
We have put together a very useful list of items for your 1-week emergency kit. This kit can be assembled in large food-grade totes and kept in cool, dry, bug-free areas of your home.
Download your 72-hour emergency kit checklist here: