Products and Ingredients

Specializing in Propolis Supplements and Skin and Hair Care Products containing the AMAZING Propolis, along with honey, beeswax, and pollen.  We also use skin-benefiting herbs, essential oils and other natural ingredients. 

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To see all our products and to order go to:    BEEpothecary.us


Product Ingredient List

For Those of You Who Need to Know

All natural ingredients – No chemicals – No artificial preservatives or germicides – No nut oils


Propolis Oil  – organic extra virgin olive oil, 10% raw bee propolis

Propolis Tincture– 75 proof fruit-based alcohol, 10% raw bee propolis

Note: Propolis oil and tincture are same strength and can be used interchangeably. Only difference is the solution medium – just a matter of preference and what you will use it on/for. ( Oil is soothing, doesn’t dry out skin or nails, but can’t be easily hidden in a drink – it floats!  Tincture is soothing for itchy skin, oily skin, mixed in a drink is undetectable, but will burn any open skin.)


Propolis Throat Spray–  propolis tincture, honey ,and lemon, peppermint, and clove essential oils

  For soothing throat, as a breath freshener.


Propolis Nose Drops–  propolis tincture, saline solution

⅓ – ½ dropperful in each nostril to help with nasal dryness, stuffiness.  Can also be used in Neti Pot.


BEE Intense Body Cream – (with 2% propolis), herb infused olive oil, coconut oil,  beeswax,  propolis oil,  honey,  Vit. E,  lavender essential oil

 This is a general moisturizing skin balm for use anywhere.  It is super moisturizing and really helps with extra dry skin.

Rejuvenae′ Facial Cream- (with 2% propolis),herb infused olive oilcoconut oil,  beeswax,  propolis oil, honey, evening primrose oil, borage oil, camelina oil, hemp seed oil, rosehip seed oil, vit. E,  lavender essential oil.

This is intended for use on face, neck, decolletage and backs of hands and is specially formulated with herbs, oils, and essential oils that benefit aging and damaged skin.

BEE Rescue Cream- (with 3% propolis), herb infused olive oil (with basil,calendula, chamomile, comfrey, lavender, lemon balm, lemon thyme, mint, oregano, rosemary, sage, thyme), shea butter, beeswax, propolis oil, honey, Vit. E, lavender and tea tree essential oils

 BEE Rescue is intended for skin needing extra care.   It has more propolis in it, so has more “BEE power”.   The oils used are also very moisturizing and the beeswax creates a protective barrier on the skin.


Gourmet Lip Balm – cocoa butter, coconut oil, propolis oil, beeswax, honey, vit. E, essential and/or flavor oils,  Lip balms contain bee propolis for its healing effects and moisturizing oils.  It can be used as a mini wound stick.

  • Original – no added flavor or scent
  • Basil Tangerine – basil and tangerine essential oils
  • Honey – honey flavor oil
  • Minty Lemon – lemon and peppermint essential oils
  • Orange Cremesicle – orange essential oil, orange cremesicle flavor oil
  • Rosemary Sublime – rosemary and lime essential oils
  • Raspberry Thyme – raspberry flavor oil, raspberry, tangerine and orange essential oil
  • Apple Cinnamon- Apple flavor oil, cinnamon,  and orange essential oil

Goats Milk Soaps  Propylene Glycol (natural gas), Sorbitol (from corn), Water, Sodium Stearate (from coconut oil), Sodium Laureth Sulfate  (from coconut oil), Sodium Laurate (from coconut oil), Glycerin, Goat Milk, Titanium Dioxide (from ilmenite ore),  honey, beeswax,  propolis.

  • Rosemary Lavender– lavender buds, rosemary leaves, lavender and rosemary essential oils
  • Calendula-Tang – calendula petals, tangerine essential oil
  • Honey Vanilla Banilla – vanilla  oil
  • Eucalyptus Peppermint, – Eucalyptus and Peppermint essential oils, peppermint leaves, lemon balm leaves
  • Orange Creamsicle, – orange, vanilla, and spearmint essential oils, Calendula petals, lemon balm leaves
  • Lavender Oatmeal– Lavender essential oil, Oatmeal, Lavender buds
  • LemonGrass Tea – Eucalyptus, lemon grass, cedarwood, thyme, and rosemary essential oil, lemon balm leaves
  • Black Tie Evening – black tie fragrance oil, lavender buds
  • Calm Cool and Collected – – lavender and tangerine essential oils, Lavender buds
  • Scent of summer – lavender and tangerine essential oils, Lavender buds
  • Splice the Mainbrace- bay rum fragrance oil,  orange and lime essential oils
  • Mulled Apple Cider-harvest ale fragrance oil, clove and nutmug essential oils, ground cinnamon
  • Woodsy Stroll– cedarwood, basil and lavender essential oils, lemon balm leaves


Shaving Soap (for men and women) –  Propylene Glycol (natural gas), Sorbitol (from corn), Water, Sodium Stearate (from coconut oil), Sodium Laureth Sulfate  (from coconut oil), Sodium Laurate (from coconut oil), Glycerin, Goat Milk, Titanium Dioxide (from ilmenite ore),  honey, beeswax,  propolis, bentonite clay, fragrance oils and essential oils.

  • Calm, Cool, and Collected – Tangerine and Lavender essential oils
  • Kick Butt and Take Names – Peppermint and Eucalyptus essential oils
  • Splice the Main Brace – Bay Rum, lime and orange essential oils
  • 7th Earl of Cardigan – Black Tie fragrance, lavender and tangerine essential oils
  • Lemongrass Moonshine – Lemongrass essential oil
  • Black Tie Evening – “Black Tie Evening scent – a musky men’s cologne fragranc


Men’s After Shave Cream- herb infused olive oil (with basil, calendula, chamomile, comfrey, lavender, lemon balm, lemon thyme, mint, oregano, rosemary, sage, thyme , coconut oil, beeswax, propolis oil, honey, grapeseed  oil, borage oil, hemp seed oil, vit. E, borax, fragrance or essentials oils  to match shaving soap

  • Same scents as shaving soap


Beard and ‘Stache Wax – castor oil, beeswax, propolis oil

Intended for styling and softening men’s facial hair, with propolis to combat dry skin and itch.

15 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Megan Luke
    Aug 08, 2015 @ 17:10:10

    I just wanted to say thank you for making this stuff! Sarah told me about the Bee Rescue Cream for my daughters hand. We returned from a mission trip to Nicaragua and my daughters hand broke out in blisters all up her fingers on her left hand. We took her to the doctor who said it looked like chemical burns. She also had a rash on her elbow and knees that began spreading. We later figured out that she came in contact with a toxic plant while we were zip lining. The doctor put her on a steroid and that caused the blisters to begin drying up. I started using the rescue cream yesterday and her fingers are already showing improvement! I appreciate having something to use that doesn’t use a bunch of chemicals. I will make sure I always have a supply of this stuff!


    • laurie dotson design
      Aug 10, 2015 @ 06:58:36

      Megan, we are thrilled your daughter is getting relief from our BEE Rescue cream. We pray she gets complete healing from her rashes very soon. We continue to find ourselves amazed by the wonders of Gods creation; Toxic plants and healing bees:) Have a wonderful day.
      Laurie Dotson


  2. sonyaellisontartt
    Jan 22, 2016 @ 14:26:36

    Which propolis product is best to treat ear infections? Oil or tincture?


    • laurie dotson design
      Jan 23, 2016 @ 14:03:41

      Sonya, Thank you for asking about Propolis. Either the BEEpothecary Propolis oil or the Propolis tincture will work wonders. If you’re taking it orally, then it’s a taste preference. Organic olive oil base vs. Brandy base. If this is for your child? Children seem to be able to take the Propolis oil much better. Topical Ear use? hold the dropper in your hand for a minute and that will warm up the product before applying 1-3 drops to the inner ear. Propolis is a natural analgesic, so great pain relief to inflamed inner ears, throat, joints, etc… I hope that answered your question.
      Please have a wonderful day


  3. libby howard
    Mar 20, 2016 @ 15:57:19

    Hello I am interested in you Beepithecary Wound Salve. How can i get it?


    • laurie dotson design
      Mar 21, 2016 @ 08:40:35

      Libby, you can purchase the BEE Rescue cream (wound salve) online mkt.com/Beeothecary


  4. Paul Archer
    Jul 23, 2016 @ 18:26:39

    Good day Laurie I am a young Jamaican beekeeper looking to go go commercial.I have seen the list of your products and see that you make them your self.I would like to ask you a few questions if that ok.My question are mainly about propolis and its bi-products.my email is stpaulfarms@hotmail.com my whats app is 18763603964


  5. Joyce Price
    Jul 16, 2017 @ 18:22:28

    Is there a price list


    • BEEpothecary
      Jul 19, 2017 @ 11:44:40

      If you go to the products page and click on BEEpothecary.us where it says to puchase products, it will take you to our online market where you can see prices.


  6. Adekola Popoola joseph
    Aug 28, 2019 @ 18:41:04

    Please, I am a Nigerian professional beekeeper and i appreciate your website a lot may the Lord bless you more. I have some propolis and bee wax but of need explanation on concentrate or percentage of mixture of propolis and alcohol, or oil. cream, balm cream and soap with other materials mentioned. so that I can practicalize it in Nigeria. My name is Adekola popoola Joseph i met you in the West Virginia Beekeeper conference last week, You thought me how to do it but i did not to write them down and i have sent message to your mail waiting for your reply. Thanks and God bless you.


  7. BEEpothecary
    Aug 31, 2019 @ 11:18:46

    We make our tinctures and oils at 10% but 5% is probably strong enough. We make our creams we use for injured skin at 2.5 %. Most research studies use 2-4% for just about anything. I hope you are getting the information you need from this website and the PowerPoint Presentations.


  8. Anne Collins
    Nov 30, 2019 @ 13:53:39

    My son has chickenpox and is horrified at all the scabs on his face (he is in high school). Would one of your products help to heal the scabs quicker than applying nothing to them?


    • BEEpothecary
      May 19, 2020 @ 17:54:03

      So sorry we didn’t see this in a timely manner. Yes, bee propolis will help lighten scar tisssue.


  9. tiền thưởng 22Bet
    Jun 13, 2020 @ 05:56:01

    Wow i learned a lot today.


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