Customer Successes Using BEE Rescue

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Psalms from the Hive, by Jeannie Saum

How can people not believe

That God did not create these little bees

Who create perfect hexagonal beeswax cells

And make treasures in the hive that can treat people’s ills?


Clover, Bee, and Revery

Reverie (revery) –(n.) state of dreamy meditation or fanciful musing; a fantastic, visionary, or impractical idea


We’ve been sharing some customer stories and pictures for several years at fairs and festivals, telling about their successes using propolis on wounds.  Though the pictures can be found on our Facebook page, it recently occurred to me that we have never shared them on this blog, where you can see the pictures AND read the story.  So, today, I am going to do this and here is a warning:


Now that you have been forewarned, if you want to see and hear about some amazing success stories about the Power of Propolis, keep reading.

Customer Story #1

Laurie heard on FaceBook about an old high school friend who had undergone elbow surgery and was having difficulty getting the little 2″ wound to heal.  It had been 2 months since the surgery, the doctors had tried all kinds of treatments, yet the wound was still gaping open and weeping.  This fellow, a law enforcement officer, was using up all his sick leave. Laurie sent him a tube of our BEE Rescue to try. He took pictures for us to document what happened.

2 month old elbow surgical wound


This is what his wound looked like after 2 months of treatment by his doctors, trying to get this to close up.







Wound had closed up after five days of using BEE Rescue Cream.



He got the BEE Rescue and started using it, applying three times a day. He was able to go back to work at this point.






Wound after one moth of treatment with BEE Rescue



He continued using the BEE Rescue Cream and took this picture after one month.  He said he continued to use the BEE Rescue Cream after this and said it  diminished the scar into a almost indiscernible line.







Customer Story #2

Larry, a 60 something diabetic was working on his running lawnmower one day a few summers ago, when he fell over it.  he gashed his calf open and had to be rushed to the ER.  He received 20+ stitches.  Three weeks later, he called and asked for BEE Rescue.  At this point, his wound was black, oozing infection and gangrenous. It was strongly recommended that he go to the hospital, but he refused.  He stated he was going to use the propolis cream.  He also volunteered to have his wife take a picture each week to document his progress.

Larry’s leg wound 3 weeks after falling over a running lawnmower




This is what his wound looked like before he started using BEE Rescue Cream.



Larry’s wound after one week of twice a day BEE Rescue Cream dressing.




Larry had his wife put BEE Rescue Cream on his wound twice a day an re-bandage it.  This is the result, after one week!  All the gangrenous tissue is gone.
The infection is gone and a soft scab is starting to form. AMAZING! And look at the skin around the wound.  It looks better, too.



Larry’s leg after 4 weeks with BEE Rescue put on 2 times a day.



They continued to put BEE Rescue Cream on the wound twice a day.





Pretty amazing transformation using BEE Rescue Cream for 10 weeks.



And here it is after 10 weeks, with twice a day Bee Rescue Cream treatment.







Customer #3

A young couple bought BEE Rescue from us at a festival a few years ago.  They used it on their chickens, on pecking wounds.  Here are the before and after pictures, 5 days apart.

Chicken with pecking wound on head


Chicken head wound after 5 days of BEE Rescue Cream treatment.










If you would like to read more about propolis for treating hard to heal wounds go to this research study: Propolis for Poor and Chronic Non-Healing Wounds.

Psalm 147

Praise the Lord.How good it is to sing praises to our God, how pleasant and fitting to praise him!

The Lord builds up Jerusalem; he gathers the exiles of Israel. 

He heals the brokenhearted and binds up their wounds. 

He determines the number of the stars and calls them each by name.

Great is our Lord and mighty in power; his understanding has no limit.


Propolis and Liver Disease

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Psalms from the Hive, by Jeannie Saum


We mistreat our bodies

And suffer consequence.

Can we possibly benefit

From honey bee sense? 

Clover, Bee, and Revery

Reverie (revery) –(n.) state of dreamy meditation or fanciful musing; a fantastic, visionary, or impractical idea

A few weeks ago, I did a presentation on the health benefits of bee hive resources at our local town hall.  Afterwards, a lady asked me if I knew if propolis helped with non-alcoholic fatty liver.  I told her I would do some research and find out.  Here are some studies I found on the National Institutes of Health website, nih.gov.

7 oz. of raw propolis collected frrom one of our hives

 A study entitled, Does propolis have any effect on non-alcoholic fatty liver disease?  (by Kismet, K., et al) has been published in in the  June 2017 edition of Biomedicine and Pharmacotherapy.  In this study, 2 different doses of propolis were  given to rats who had non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, NAFLD, and none given to a control group.  Propolis showed a positive effect on the liver tissues upon microscopic examination and also improvement in the biochemistry of the liver tissue. No difference was noted between the two different doses of propolis used.  The positive effects of propolis on NAFLD are related to the anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory effects of propolis.

You can read this study at: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28437890.

Another study entitled Propolis Decrease Diet-Induced Hepatic Steatosis in Mice was published in 2010 in the international Journal of Morphology.  Hepatic Steatosis is another name for fatty liver.  Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) covers a wide spectrum of injuries ranging from simple degeneration by fat deposits to cirrhosis and liver cell cancer. Its main risk factors are disorders associated with metabolic syndrome (MS).  Propolis, a resinous substance produced by honey bee to protect is hive, has demonstrated a hepatoprotective  (liver protective) effect.

This study tested the effect of  Chilean propolis on mice with NAFLD.  Diets of the test groups were supplemented with 10Image result for mice in medical study mg/kg of propolis or 40 mg/kg of propolis, per day. The propolis fed groups showed a gradual decrease in the degeneration by fat deposits and a decrease in inflammation.  It was concluded that the Chilean propolis decreased NAFLD , but that the mechanisms that caused this still must be identified.

You can find this study at:  http://apitherapy.blogspot.com/2010/06/chilean-propolis-decreases-fat-build-up.html

A third study called, The liver-protective properties of the pediatric drug form of propolis in animals of different age groups was done by Drogovoz SM, et. al.  Propolis was studied in experiments on albino rats of various age with toxic liver damages of various duration. In all models of liver abnormalities, propolis was found to show antioxidative properties which were moderate (30-60%). In addition, there were improvements in liver secretion of bile, cholic acids, and cholesterol.

From these studies, it appears that propolis may be a possible contributor to NAFLD treatment, someday.


Isaiah 58:8

8 Then your light will break forth like the dawn,
    and your healing will quickly appear;
then your righteousness will go before you,
    and the glory of the Lord will be your rear guard.
Then you will call, and the Lord will answer;
    you will cry for help, and he will say: Here am I.

Research on BEE Products for Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’sDisease

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Psalms from the Hive, by Jeannie Saum

Can nature be the answer,Human Brain Icon Png image #2541

When human-made is not?

What benefits await us

From bee hives’ abundance?


Clover, Bee, and Revery

Reverie (revery) –(n.) state of dreamy meditation or fanciful musing; a fantastic, visionary, or impractical idea

Parkinson’s disease  is a neurodegenerative brain disorder that progresses slowly in most people. A person’s brain slowly stops producing a neurotransmitter called dopamine. With less and less dopamine, a person has less and less ability to regulate their movements, body and emotions.  Symptoms take years to develop, and people can live for years with the disease.

In Alzheimer’s disease, a process of degeneration still not fully understood, disrupts the communication network in the brain.  In the brain, neurons connect and communicate at synapses, where tiny bursts of chemicals called neurotransmitters carry information from one cell to another. Alzheimer’s disrupts this process, and eventually destroys synapses and kills neurons.

Medications called Monoamine oxidase (MAO) inhibitors are  used in the treatment of neurodegenerative illnesses, such as Parkinson’s disease and Alzheimer’s disease.  MAOIs are also used for  depressive disorders. MAOI medications elevate the levels of norepinephrine,

 by inhibiting an enzyme called monoamine oxidase (MAO). Monoamine oxidase breaks down norepinephrine, serotonin, and dopamine. When monoamine oxidase is inhibited, norepinephrine, serotonin, and dopamine are not broken down, increasing the concentration of all three neurotransmitters in the brain. This can improve symptoms in patients with Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s diseases.

In 2013, scientists at Karadeniz Technical University, in Turkey conducted a study of honey bee products – honey, pollen and propolis – to see if they had any capacity to inhibit MAO.  They treated MAO extracted from rat tissue. The three bee products exhibited substantial inhibition of MAO, propolis having the highest effect. Inhibition was related to samples’ phenolic content and antioxidant capacities.

The study suggests that the inhibition of MAO activity may lessen the process of aging.  This study suggests that these apitherapeutic products may also have a role in the treatment of depressive disorders and some neurodegenerative illnesses. In the light of this study, more extensive and detailed studies on specific MAO-A and MAO-B inhibition activity are now needed.

How does this study translate into future treatments for Parkinson’s or Alzheimer’s diseases? No one knows…

But it is exciting that  natural bee products are being researched for all kinds of health  issues.

To read the study go to: http://informahealthcare.com/doi/abs/10.3109/14756366.2013.843171

Isaiah 58:9-11

 If you do away with the yoke of oppression,
    with the pointing finger and malicious talk,
10 and if you spend yourselves in behalf of the hungry
    and satisfy the needs of the oppressed,
then your light will rise in the darkness,
    and your night will become like the noonday.
11 The Lord will guide you always;
    he will satisfy your needs in a sun-scorched land
    and will strengthen your frame.
You will be like a well-watered garden,
    like a spring whose waters never fail.

The Benefits of Honey

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The Benefits of Honey

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Whу dоеѕ hоnеу сrуѕtаllіzе?

Ноnеу сrуѕtаllіzаtіоn, оftеn rеfеrrеd tо аѕ grаnulаtіоn, іѕ а nаturаl рhеnоmеnоn bу whісh hоnеу turnѕ frоm а lіquіd tо ѕеmі-ѕоlіd ѕtаtе wіth grаnulаr соmроѕіtіоn. Аftеr bеіng ехtrасtеd frоm thе hоnеусоmb, hоnеу tеndѕ tо сrуѕtаllіzе muсh fаѕtеr thаn іf іt wеrе іn thе wах сеllѕ. Quіtе оftеn hоnеу сrуѕtаllіzаtіоn іѕ “mіѕundеrѕtооd” bу hоnеу соnѕumеrѕ.


Honey in the hive before the bee’s cap it with beeswax

А numbеr оf thеm аѕѕumе thаt hоnеу сrуѕtаllіzеѕ (grаnulаtеѕ) duе tо рооr quаlіtу, bаd ѕtоrаgе оr bесаuѕе іt іѕ unnаturаl аnd аdultеrаtеd. Асtuаllу, јuѕt thе орроѕіtе hоldѕ truе.


Honey crystallizing on the left and liquid honey on the right  

Іf hоnеу dоеѕ nоt сrуѕtаllіzе fоr а lоng tіmе, ехсерt fоr thоѕе tуреѕ оf hоnеу іn whісh thе nаturаl сrуѕtаllіzаtіоn рrосеѕѕ gоеѕ ѕlоwеr (асасіа), thаt оftеn іѕ а сlеаr іndісаtіоn fоr hоnеу аdultеrаtіоn, dіlutіоn, еtс. Сrуѕtаllіzаtіоn bу nо mеаnѕ сhаngеѕ thе quаlіtу оf hоnеу. Іt оnlу аffесtѕ ѕоmе ехtеrnаl fеаturеѕ, lіkе сhаngе оf соlоr аnd tехturе. Тhіѕ іѕ quіtе а nаturаl рrосеѕѕ аnd іf thе hоnеу іn thе hоnеу јаr іn оur kіtсhеn hаѕ сrуѕtаllіzеd, іt dоеѕ nоt аt аll mеаn thаt іt іѕ ѕроіlt аnd іѕ nо lоngеr fіt fоr соnѕumрtіоn. Іt іѕ gооd tо knоw thаt сrуѕtаllіzаtіоn іѕ аn аttrіbutе оf рurе, nаturаl hоnеу.


After we extract the honey from the honeycomb, we are able to fill honey in honey jars to sell.  What you are looking at is a Honeygate attached to a 3 or 5 gallon food grade bucket! 

Whу dоеѕ hоnеу сrуѕtаllіzе? Ѕіmрlу рut, hоnеу іѕ а hіghlу соnсеntrаtеd ѕugаr (саrbоhуdrаtе) ѕоlutіоn. Турісаllу, іt соntаіnѕ mоrе thаn 70% саrbоhуdrаtеѕ аnd lеѕѕ thаn 20% wаtеr. Іt іѕ оbvіоuѕ thаt іn реrсеntаgе tеrmѕ, ѕugаrѕ аrе рrеdоmіnаnt. Тhіѕ mеаnѕ thаt wаtеr іn hоnеу соntаіnѕ muсh grеаtеr аmоunt оf ѕugаrѕ thаn іt саn nаturаllу dіѕѕоlvе. Тhе оvеrаbundаnсе оf ѕugаrѕ mаkеѕ thе ѕоlutіоn unѕtаblе. Ѕіnсе еvеrуthіng іn nаturе ѕееkѕ bаlаnсе, іnсludіng hоnеу, сrуѕtаllіzаtіоn іѕ аn аbѕоlutеlу nаturаl рhеnоmеnоn whісh оссurѕ whеn gluсоѕе ѕераrаtеѕ frоm wаtеr, аftеr whісh gluсоѕе rеmаіnѕ іn thе fоrm оf сrуѕtаlѕ аnd thе іnіtіаl соnсеntrаtеd ѕоlutіоn gеtѕ іntо а bаlаnсеd ѕtаtе.


Creamed honey is controlled granulation of honey which results in extremely small honey crystals.  The smaller the crystals, the better the honey. A good creamed honey should be smooth, not grainy, like velvet on the tongue.

Іt іѕ еvеn роѕѕіblе, undеr сеrtаіn соndіtіоnѕ, thаt hоnеу wоuld сrуѕtаllіzе ѕеvеrаl dауѕ аftеr thе ехtrасtіоn.  Аt rооm tеmреrаturе, thе сrуѕtаllіzаtіоn  рrосеѕѕ, dереndіng оn thе tуре оf hоnеу, wоuld ѕtаrt іn ѕеvеrаl wееkѕ, mоnthѕ, аnd vеrу rаrеlу іn ѕеvеrаl dауѕ. Сооlеr tеmреrаturеѕ (bеlоw 10°С) аrе іdеаl fоr сrуѕtаllіzаtіоn dеlау, whеrеаѕ tеmреrаturеѕ frоm 10°С tо 21°С fаvоr thе рrосеѕѕ. Ніghеr tеmреrаturеѕ (21°С – 27°С) dеlау сrуѕtаllіzаtіоn lіkе thе lоwеr оnеѕ, but соuld аffесt nеgаtіvеlу ѕоmе оf thе vаluаblе hоnеу соmроnеntѕ. Воth ѕubzеrо аnd ехtrеmе tеmреrаturеѕ аffесt hоnеу nеgаtіvеlу.

Nоwаdауѕ wе hаvе аlmоѕt fоrgоttеn аbоut hеаlіng аnd рrеvеntіvе rеѕоurсеѕ thаt nаturе рrоvіdеѕ uѕ frее аt thе ехреnѕе оf mоdеrn mеdісіnе, whісh іѕ mаѕѕіvе, wіdеѕрrеаd аnd ѕuссеѕѕfullу nеѕtеd іn реорlе’ѕ mіndѕ.

Ноwеvеr, mоrе аdvеrtіѕеd аnd mоrе mаrkеtеd dоеѕn’t mеаn bеttеr. Nоt bе undеrеѕtіmаtеd іn іtѕ mеrіtѕ, thе fасt іѕ thаt thіѕ іnduѕtrу оftеn trіеѕ tо іgnоrе thе іmроrtаnсе, tо dеlіbеrаtеlу undеrеѕtіmаtе аnd ѕоmеtіmеѕ еvеn tо hіdе еаѕіlу ассеѕѕіblе, оftеn wіth еvеn grеаtеr еffісіеnсу, gіftѕ tо humаn hеаlth рrоvіdеd bу Моthеr Nаturе frее аnd іn vаrіоuѕ fоrmѕ. Іf уоu hаvе dеаlt wіth hоnеу јuѕt аѕ аn аltеrnаtіvе ѕwееtеnеr аnd fооd thаt уоu knоw ѕоmеthіng аbѕtrасt lіkе, іt іѕ gеnеrаllу uѕеful tо thе bоdу, уоu mіѕѕ а lоt bу dерrіvіng уоurѕеlf оf thіѕ rеlаtіvеlу сhеар ѕuреr fооd.

Неrе іѕ а ѕmаll ехсеrрt оf bеnеfісіаl еffесtѕ, іntеrеѕtіng fасtѕ аnd fіеldѕ оf аррlісаtіоn оf hоnеу: – Аntіbасtеrіаl аnd аntіfungаl рrореrtіеѕ. – Nаturаl ѕоurсе оf vіtаmіnѕ, mіnеrаlѕ аnd аntіохіdаntѕ. – Іt hаѕ а роѕіtіvе еffесt аgаіnѕt оbеѕіtу, аѕ раrаdохісаl аѕ іt ѕоundѕ. Тhе ѕіmрlеѕt rесіре rеаdѕ: “Drіnk hоnеу dіlutеd іn wаrm wаtеr + lеmоn оn аn еmрtу ѕtоmасh!” – Ѕtrеngthеnѕ thе іmmunе ѕуѕtеm. – Ноnеу іѕ mоrе саlоrіс thаn ѕugаr, but hеlрѕ fаt dесоmроѕіtіоn іn thе bоdу. – Ѕuрроrtѕ thе dеvеlорmеnt оf bеnеfісіаl bасtеrіа іn thе gut. – Рrоvіdеѕ еnеrgу аnd rеduсеѕ fаtіguе. – Неlрѕ tо rеѕtоrе vіѕіоn. 2 tеаѕрооnѕ hоnеу + саrrоt јuісе еvеrу dау, gіvе а tаngіblе еffесt. – Rеlіеvеѕ ѕоrе thrоаt. – Gооd рrорhуlасtіс аgаіnѕt саrdіоvаѕсulаr dіѕеаѕеѕ.


Kombucha – Black tea and Honey ferments together creating a healthy cleanse of our body!


Іmрrоvеѕ blооd сіrсulаtіоn. – Rеlіеvеѕ burnѕ аnd рrоmоtеѕ fаѕtеr tіѕѕuе rераіr. Іt саn bе uѕеd fоr dіѕіnfесtіоn аnd rеlіеf оf wоundѕ. – Соntаіnѕ рhуtоnutrіеntѕ, whісh іn turn hаvе аntі-саnсеr аnd аntі-tumоr рrореrtіеѕ. – Rеlіеvеѕ соlіtіѕ, gаѕtrіtіѕ аnd ulсеr. – Кіllѕ thе bасtеrіа саuѕіng асnе. Іt саn bе аррlіеd ехtеrnаllу. – Рurіfіеѕ thе lіvеr аnd соlоn оf раrаѕіtеѕ. – Неlрѕ wіth аnхіеtу dіѕоrdеrѕ. – Неlрѕ wіth dаndruff рrоblеmѕ. – Rеlіеvеѕ tооthасhе. А mіхturе оf hоnеу аnd сіnnаmоn рut іn рlасе tо rеlіеvе thе раіn. – Нуdrаtеѕ thе ѕkіn vеrу wеll. – Lоwеrѕ сhоlеѕtеrоl lеvеlѕ. – Неlрѕ wіth bаd brеаth. Ѕtіr а ѕрооnful оf hоnеу аnd а lіttlе сіnnаmоn іn а сuр оf wаrm water аnd drіnk. Тhіѕ іѕ оnlу а ѕmаll раrt оf thе bеnеfісіаl еffесtѕ оf hоnеу. IMG_8251

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Соmbіnеd wіth оthеr fооdѕ оr uѕеd аѕ аn іngrеdіеnt іn оthеr rесіреѕ, іt саn bе аn еffесtіvе wеароn іn thе fіght аgаіnѕt vаrіоuѕ dіѕеаѕеѕ аnd іllnеѕѕеѕ. Nаturаllу, іt іѕ nоt а раnасеа оr mаgісаl рrоduсt. Іtѕ fаnаtісаl uѕе dоеѕn’t rерlасе аdеquаtе nоurіѕhіng аnd соnѕumрtіоn оf оthеr fооdѕ nееdеd fоr а bаlаnсеd dіеt аnd hеаlthу lіfеѕtуlе. Тhеѕе vіrtuеѕ, аnd thоѕе nоt lіѕtеd, аррlу оnlу tо thе рurе nаturаl hоnеу, whісh mоѕt сеrtаіnlу саn bе рrосurеd dіrесtlу frоm thе bее-kеереr рrоduсеr.  Find a local Beekeeper- and buy their honey!  or BEEpothecary.US



Ecclesiastes 3

A Time for Everything

For everything there is a season, and a time for every matter under heaven:a time to be born, and a time to die; a time to plant, and a time to pluck up what is planted; a time to kill, and a time to heal; a time to break down, and a time to build up; a time to weep, and a time to laugh; a time to mourn, and a time to dance; a time to cast away stones, and a time to gather stones together; a time to embrace, and a time to refrain from embracing; a time to seek, and a time to lose; a time to keep, and a time to cast away; a time to tear, and a time to sew; a time to keep silence, and a time to speak; a time to love, and a time to hate; a time for war, and a time for peace.

Thank you, Laurie

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Fall in the BEE Yard

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Psalms from the Hive, by Jeannie Saum


Cooler nights and shorter days, 

Bring out jeans and sweaters

And change our ways.

The honey bees,

Make changes too.

Bringing in nectar,

Making lots of goo!


Clover, Bee, and Revery

Reverie (revery) –(n.) state of dreamy meditation or fanciful musing; a fantastic, visionary, or impractical idea

Fall is officially here and the nights are getting cooler but the daytime temperatures are unpredictable! The temperature can range from high 80’s to somewhere in the 50’s. We never know what to expect! But the bees’ activities this time of year, are always the same. It is time for them to get ready for the coming winter. In the fall, the bees work hard to get a last load of flower nectar into their hive, to make their honey-food for winter. The nectar comes mainly from goldenrod and asters this time of year, giving the fall honey a darker color and bolder taste, For some of us, it is the favorite of all!

20150531_144157If there is an abundance of nectar flowing and not too much rain, the bees will be able to fill up lots of frames of nectar, which they will fan with their tiny wings, to evaporate it down to sweet, dark, flavorful honey. And if they make more than what they need for winter (typically about 100 pounds), they we get to pull some honey frames off for us!! We can’t wait! The bees also collect lots of resin from the trees and use it to make extra propolis in the fall. They will use this sticky goo to seal the hive for winter, filling all the cracks and crevices with globs of propolis and covering all the surfaces with a thin layer. Propolis also kills bacteria, viruses and molds that might be present in the hive, keeping it sanitary and healthy as they hsteve-at-toyead into winter.

We made a trip out to our bee yards this week, to check on our bees and see if there was any fall honey for us.  We found some hives thriving and some sort of struggling along.  We took notes and made plans to check again in a few weeks whenjeannie-scraping the goldenrod and aster nectar flow is over.  Then, we might need to feed some of the smaller hives, to help them build up their stores for winter.  We noted some smaller hives  that may have difficulty making it through the winter.  We are thinking about trying the 2 queen method where you  place a weaker hive atop a stronger hive with 2 queen excluders and a box of honey between them.  Combining them this way allows the worker bees  from both hives to pass through the excluders to get around both hives to move take care of larvae, move honey stores around and help take care of both queens.  We will get out into our apiaries at the beginning of November to decide this, and to prepare our hives for winter.

We also found about 5 boxes of honey we can pull in a few weeks, once it is capped. We are excited about having sweet dark fall honey!   The boxes we pull off are in addition to the honey we will leave for the bees. They will need between 80 and 100 pound to eat during th
e winter so they have energy to shiver their flight muscles, generating heat to keep the queen at 93 degrees all winter!

And our best discovery working in our bee yards was finding several hives that are making tons of propolis. On one hive it was dripping down the sides!   7-oz-propolis-one-hiveWe got 7 ounces  – mostly from one hive – that was in our way and had to be removed.  Most beekeepers would be cursing it and tossing
it over their shoulder into the grass after scraping it off.  But we celebrate because we know how precious it is as a natural health substance.  It’s like gold, to us.  Our gift from the bees.  We have read propolis-isnlidscores and scores of research on propolis and know it has shown to be antibiotic, antiviral, antifungal, anti-inflammatory, and antioxidant.  We will use our propolis to make dietary supplements, skin care, shaving products, soaps, and lip balms, all fortified with propolis, because we want everyone to know about propolis and be able to have access to it.

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What are you doing with your propolis?  Don’t throw it away!  

Since you have to clean your hives anyway, why not make some money doing it!

We buy propolis by the pound. Save it in baggies as you clean up your equipment.  

Store it in the freezer and call us when you have a pound or more.

We will email you the instructions on how to clean it and give you a price.

We also buy: Beeswax, Honey and Pollen!

Email us:BEEpothecary@gmail.com

1 Peter 1:6-8

In all this you greatly rejoice, though now for a little while you may have had to suffer grief in all kinds of trials.

These have come so that the proven genuineness of your faith—of greater worth than gold, which perishes even though refined by fire—may result in praise, glory and honor when Jesus Christ is revealed.

Though you have not seen him, you love him; and even though you do not see him now, you believe in him and are filled with an inexpressible and glorious joy,

Festival Time!

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Festival Time

Summer and fall are full of Honey Festivals, all over our region.  These months are when the bees make honey and we get to harvest some of their yummy goodness.  BEEpothecary will be attending these festivals and fairs in the next few weeks.  Hope to see some of you there!statefair

BEEpothecary will be at the Ohio State Fair this coming Sunday – Tuesday, July 31, August 1-2.  Come see in the Honey Pavilion from 9 – 6, on these three days.  The Honey Pavilion is a huge tent, next to the newly build Cardinal Building.  This north of the 17th Avenue entrance, just off the midway.  You can see bee beard demonstrations, an observation beehive, honey and hive product vendors, and buy flower seeds to plant for the bees.

We will have our freshly harvested honey, our energizing BEE Bread, beeswax and of course our amazing propolis products: oil, tincture, skin creams, gourmet lip balms, hot lather shaving soaps and handmade goat’s milk soap.

Come see us.  We have something for everyone!

Come Join BEEpothecary  At this great Honey Festival in Michigan.  This festival features speakers and demonstrations and lots of honey vendors and hive product vendors.  You can sample and purchase honey form all over, and delight in the subtle differences in flavor!

And of course you  can come see us for amazing hive products! Come sample our propolis products and learn how beneficial they are for your health.  Taste our wonderful raw honey, straight from our hives and find out the great health benefits of honey and BEE Bread, a synergistic mix of pollen and honey.  We will also have pure beeswax this year.

We hope to see some our Michigan customers!   If you are not in Michigan, This festival is worth a road trip!

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