Nectar Gold: The Organic Nectar Substitute

Introducing the alternative to sugar water you’ve been looking for:  Nectar Gold Organic Nectar Substitute, a revolutionary compound that mimics nectar found in nature.  When you’re starting a new bee colony, need to strengthen a weak one, or simply want to keep a healthy hive thriving, Nectar Gold is the solution.  Created through extensive study of natural nectars throughout the globe and tested with a wide variety of honey bees, Nectar Gold has been shown to increase bee activity, wax production, immune response, larval growth rates, and extended worker life span.

The unique combination of essential plant extracts, oils, and natural minerals and components make it easier for honey bees to process than traditional sugar water mixes and contain the same vitamins and minerals found in the most nutritious nectars.  With a limited harvest season and the intense heat of summer drying natural nectar availability, it’s more important than ever to have a reliable alternative.

Order Nectar Gold today and see how effective it can be for your honey bees.


2 Responses to “Nectar Gold: The Organic Nectar Substitute”

  1. Selvin says:

    Good morning. I found your site after a Sherman ioelvisten station discussed bee activity and how to possiblly deal with them. I have had the little guys for several years, in a lower area of my roof. I have tried everything to get them to move, (Different smells). Your site suggests that you have a method of getting them to start a new place, apart from my roof. That would be great, as I will never remove them the hard way. I hope that you can assist.Arthur Miller519 Utley RoadWhitesboro, Texas 76273 / 903-816-1399

    • Nectar Gold says:

      Getting an established hive to move can be a challenging feat; some houses with hives have removed their walls to discover over 600 pounds of honey stores! If they are not damaging your home they are a valuable addition to the ecosystem, and much more appealing than the alternative wasp colony or other dangerous insect. If you are insistent on removing them, you can attempt to smoke them out and then seal off the entrance, but you will be left with melting was and honey afterwards. Another alternative is to remove the siding during the winter. The last solution is to hire a professional to literally vacuum out the bees and then remove the honey comb; as long as the queen is removed the colony will disappear. Hope that helps!