Bee Line Hemp Wick Spool Thick 200ft Ball by BeeLine
200' OF THE WORLDS BEST HEMP WICK
Looking for the best smoking experience around? Try our Bee Line Organic Hemp Wick Thick Wick. It burns longer, produces a beefier flame and is without a doubt the perfect addition to your next smoking endeavor. And with 200' at your disposal, you can use it for just about anything!
JUST THE DETAILS Thick Hemp Wick - 13 Strands of Rolled Hemp 200' of the World's #1 Rated Hemp Wick 100% Certified Global Organic (only one on the market) Best Tasting Hemp Wick on the Planet! Roll Measures 2.75" x 3" Made from 100% Organic Hemp and 100% Organic Beeswax (and a lot of Love) Buy in bulk and SAVE!
A Spool contains 200’ of organic beeline hemp string
The Spool is one of our favorite products. Great for personal use and contains 200’(the same as in a case or 21 individual beeline packs).
A great thing about the Spool is that you can cut off a few feet for friends or to wrap around different lighters. We keep a lighter wrapped with bee line in the car, one on the coffee table and one in the backpack.
Beeline is an organic, logical alternative to butane lighters and matches.
Bee Line uses only organic hemp string, dipped in organic bees wax.
Beeline is a multi-purpose product, made from two ancient renewable resources straight from Mother Nature.
We recommend this thick spool for water pipes.
Bee Line is a natural, organic alternative to butane lighters and matches.
Bee Line combines two ancient, renewable resources, hemp and beeswax, for an all-natural, higher quality flame.
Bee Line is used to light medicinal herbs, pipes, fine cigars, and hand rolled tobacco cigarettes.
Bee Line is the "connoisseurs choice" because it retains high quality flavor.
Bee Line requires an external flame (candles work great when convenient). Lighters also work great, but please let Bee Line take the butane hit for you. Never inhale butane gas and flint directly from a lighter. Skip the stinky chemicals released from matches altogether.
All Bee Line's packs, display boxes and literature is printed on recycled and, or hemp paper.
Take caution once you ignite your Bee Line and ALWAYS SAFELY EXTINGUISH
What makes bee line the best organic hemp wick on earth? - bee line is the first hemp wick company in the world - all of our hemp products are made with organic hemp - our beeswax is from pristine locations - all bee line products are packaged with recycled materials - perfect burn, no soot like other brands - our hemp is not chemically processed to a pulp - long strand hemp fibers woven together for superior quality
BEE LINE VS OTHER BRANDS:
1. Color/Texture: Our hemp is organically grown. Our manufacturers use an all natural and traditional process called retting. This is an older process used before chemicals started to appear. The harvest of different batches of hemp and the naturally occurring conditions the harvest is subjected to during the retting process all effect the color of the hemp along with the organic and natural processing. We don't bleach our hemp so the color that it is, is the color that it leaves the field. So while it may seem like light colored and uniform hemp is superior quality it is actually because other hemp manufacturers process their hemp with acid salts and bleach which makes the hemp more uniform, but weaker and more pulpy, because its processed to a pulp and stuck back together. Ours is a long strand which minimizes the excess smoke for a cleaner burn .
2. The only 100% Organic Hemp Wick: Certified organic is a term used loosely in the textile/twine industry. For instance, even certified organic products can still be washed, bleached or dyed with chemicals. The organic certification is the method on which the plants are grown, not what is done to them afterwards. All of our twines and clothing meet the global organic textile standard, which is even better in our opinion because it also applies to what has been done to the plant after it has been harvested as well. Including dyes, pigments and bleaches. The only thing used to dye any of our textiles is hydrogen peroxide (the only thing we sell as of right now that has been through that process is the ivory colored hemp sheets). Even tough is not possible to certify wax as organic (ask the USDA), we try to keep our wax as young as possible (Bees wax is a receptor to any chemical substance out there, whether is a natural one or introduced by men, so the longer it remains in the comb the larger amounts it gets). The wax is applied in Hawaii and in Eastern Europe (Romania), all by organic, loving hands.