bee’s wax

By swallowing wax lids the organism creates a fermet “ciraza”

WAX is the product of wax glands of young worker bees. When covering the honey comb with ripe honey, bees use wax, red powder, propolis and secretion from jaw glands. There are assumptions that bees while covering comb on dry (the existence of air layer under the lid) add at the top of the honey a micro-drop of bees poison.