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Bee Line | 100% Natural Organic Hemp Wick for Herb

Bee Line | 100% Natural Organic Hemp Wick for Herb

Bee Line was created as a solution to the traditional, often harmful, butane lighter. Inhaling butane while smoking your herb can cause euphoria, drowsiness, narcosis, asphyxia, cardiac arrhythmia, temporary memory loss, and more. The organic solution that Bee Line created as an alternative to butane is a cross between hemp string and beeswax, it is called Hemp Wick. Organically grown, Bee Line manufacturers use an all-natural and traditional process called retting to create their product. Compare the Bee Line product to other competitors and you will easily see that they are not only 100% organic but they refrain from adding any dyes, pigments, or bleaches. 

Bee Line Organic Hemp Wick

Fun Fact: A single honeybee produces approx. 1/12 teaspoons of honey in her lifetime.

Why Use Wick?

Wick is a widely-accepted alternative to butane because it is a cleaner and less toxic substance. Inhaling butane can cause various problems such as euphoria, drowsiness, narcosis, asphyxia, cardiac arrhythmia, fluctuations in blood pressure, memory loss, and more. Now, that’s not to say that a lighter isn’t useful. In fact, there is really nothing better to light your Bee Line Hemp Wick with than a lighter. Not only will this reduce your chemical intake when hitting your herb, but it will make prolong your lighters life 100 times over.

Fun fact: Did you know that a honey bee can fly approximately 15 miles per hour and travel an average of 3 miles from their hive each day.

What is Bee Line?

Bee Line is a natural and organic option replacing butane lighters and matches. They combine hemp and beeswax for an organic, high quality flame. Bee Line is great for lighting your herb, cigars, or cigarettes. Bee Line is known for retaining its flavor better than any other hemp wick product. With Bee Line, you will never have to inhale butane again because the wick takes the hit for you and passes along all-natural flame. Bee Line uses only recycled and/or hemp paper to print and display their packaging and literature.

Fun Fact: It would only take 1 ounce of honey to fuel a bees flight around the world.

Bee Line vs. Competitors

Bee Line is hands down the best organic hemp wick on earth. Why? For many reasons. Bee Line hemp is organically grown using an all-natural process called retting. Instead of bleaching their hemp, they leave the color as is. It might seem like other hemp that is light colored is higher quality, however this is just acid salts and bleach making the hemp more uniform, but weaker and pulpier. Bee Line uses long strand wick which minimizes the amount of smoke for a cleaner burn.

Bee Line is also the only 100% organic hemp wick. Others claim to be certified organic, but this term is used loosely. A certified organic product can still be washed, bleached, or dyed with chemicals. As long as the plant is grown organically, they can be called “organic” despite what is done to them after the growing process. Bee Line applies all their wax in Hawaii and Eastern Europe, using organic, loving hands.

Fun Fact: Honeybees are the only bees that die after they sting.

Bee Line Organic Hemp Wick Product

Bee Line Organic Hemp Wick is 100% earth friendly since it is made from 100% hemp twine, and coated with 100% natural beeswax to provide A 100% chemical-free smoke. Bee Line organic wick is 100% waterproof, and 100% proudly made in Hawaii, USA.

Bee Line offers a variety of different length and size wicks. They have the option of their purchasing either their extra thick wick or their standard wick guage.

Bee Line Standard gauge organic hemp wick comes in either 9-ft packets or a 200-ft spool. The 9-ft packet is $3.99 and the 200-ft spool is $19.99.

Bee Line Thick gauge organic hemp wick comes in either 9-ft. packets or a 200-ft. spool. The 9-ft packet is $4.99 and the 200-ft spool is $34.99.

Fun Fact: Honeybees are responsible for approximately 80% of all fruit, vegetable, and seed crops in the USA.

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