How to plant the Bee Saving Paper
If you purchased our new Jane Goodall Collection essential oils, we have a little reminder for you.
Don't forget to plant the label.
Plant paper? Here's the buzz.
At Forest Remedies, we're on a mission to create products that are as good for you as they are for our planet. We strive to use sustainable ingredients and eco-friendly packaging whenever possible.
With our new Jane Goodall Collection Wonders of Africa Essential Oil Kit, we found a tree-free paper label option that's not only 100% biodegradable, it also contains a unique form of glucose that acts like an energy drink for bees.
Why are bees tired?
We've all heard busy as a bee, but tired as one?
It's happening as a result of rapid industrialization and urban development. With more buildings and less plants, bees have to fly further in search of the natural sources they need for fuel. The long distance means more exhausted bees that may ultimately end up falling to the ground and dying.
Did you know that bees are important for our planet's health? Visit our blog here to learn more.
Meet the, Bee Saving Paper.
The dark orange label on our Wonders of Africa Essential Oil Kit is Bee Saving Paper made from upcycled lemon grass fibers and poppy seeds that can be planted to help new life grow.
Here's why it's the bees knees:
- 100% Tree-free and made from upcycled lemon grass fibers
- 100% Compostable material
- Contains a unique form of energy-rich glucose that's appetizing for bees
- Water-based UV paint with pattern visible only to bees
- Chemical free
- Contains poppy seeds to help new life grow
Instructions for how to plant your wrapper:
Now that you've successfully upcycled your wrapper, you can sit back, relax and just bee.
Partnering for Change
We developed our new Wonders of Africa Essential Oils in partnership with Dr. Jane Goodall, DBE, founder of the Jane Goodall Institute and UN Messenger of Peace.
Our new Jane Goodall Collection not only supports good health for you, 5% of every purchase benefits the Jane Goodall Institute and its mission to protect wildlife and empower local communities.
You can learn more here.