Yellow Beeswax

The purified wax from the honeycomb of the honeybee, Apis mellifera, which is a mixture of myricin, cerin, and cerolein
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"Yea," quoth Little John, as he rubbed his new-made bowstring with yellow beeswax, "the life we lead is the life for me.
This free exchange of the indoors and outdoors was formalized in one final, seemingly spontaneous gesture: a puddle of pale yellow beeswax, which fixed a handful of black, larva-like flower stamens to the wooden floorboards, not far from the gallery door.
The natural products exchanged for Chinese goods were: kapok, yellow beeswax, tortoise shell, betel nuts, and cloth of various pattern, rare wood, pearls, deerskin, birds' nest, etc.
The company produces a dietary supplement called Alphactif, which contains such natural ingredients as stinging nettle extract, pumpkin seed oil, barage seed oil, soybean lecithin and yellow beeswax.
Also Contains: Yellow Beeswax NF, Sunflower Oil FCC, Bleached Lecithin NF, Ascorbic Acid USP, Mixed Tocopherols NF, Ascorbyl Palmitate NF and a soft shell capsule (which contains; Gelatin USP, Glycerin NF, Titanium Dioxide USP, FD & C Red 40 and USP Purified Water).
While each carefully modeled boatlike form, cast from opaque, yellow beeswax, was characterized by an obdurate materiality, even a static quality, as a whole they suggested quite the opposite: they seemed to defy their material support, to float in the air.