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Eco Seed Balls

Emergency bee kit Bee revive

Emergency bee kit Bee revive

Regular price £10.00 GBP
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These emergency rescue kits are engraved here at eco seed balls using the latest laser precision cutting techniques.
Your kit comes in the most beautifully turned sandalwood with a metal lined inner and screw top. Laser engraved with our website address and the words BEE REVIVE placed neatly to the main body. All of the laser work is designed and done in house by ourselves, each and every rescue kit is lasered individually. 
We have fitted a keychain to your emergency rescue kit making this kit easy to carry out with you. This can be attached to keys, bags, rucksacks, hooded clothing, zips and more. Making it accessible for when you are outdoors and find you might need it.
Inside your emergency bee kit you will find a glass bottle filled with emergency bee syrup that fits perfectly inside the wooden housing. There is enough of the emergency syrup for 2-3 bees, maybe more. Unless you find a particularly thirsty one.
Instructions are included with your emergency bee rescue kit, with handy tips on how to help tired bees and what we can do to protect and prevent our bees from becoming tired in the long term. 
Your bee syrup will need replacing every 12 months. You can find replacement bottles on our website meaning you can simply switch your bottle for a fresh one and use your original bottle for something else. They make awesome perfume and aftershave bottles for those special nights out. 


Rescuing a tired bee.
If the weather is dry and the bee is on a flower or the ground, it is most likely resting. If the bee is out in the rain or in a precarious position, you can help the bee by giving it shelter. Carefully use a leaf or something nearby to lift the bee onto a flower or plant and near to a shallow pool of water.
If you are still sure that the bee is struggling and tired, offer a few drops of the syrup from your emergency rescue vial. (Never offer honey)
The best thing you can do to help bees is create a habitat for them. Fill your garden with
bee friendly plants and never use pesticides.
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