Honeybees harvested from a deadout hive located in Troy Meadows, NJ. Collected in December, 2018 and since stored frozen. These honeybees were kept naturally. No pesticides were used. They lived in the middle of a protected area of thousands of acres of undeveloped wetlands, meadows, and woods. There is no commercial agriculture (and no industrial-scale pesticides) within foraging range. This colony simply starved to death. Dead honeybees have valuable applications in the cosmetics industry and for joint pain applications.