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OIL Propolis Oil  – as a dietary supplement

Orally: start with 1/3 to 1/2 dropperful, straight or in a drink or food

  • daily for prevention and to boost health, or more often when feeling “under the weather”

Topically: on skin or in ear, enough to cover area to sooth and  moisturize.

Propolis Tincture – as a dietary supplement

Orally: start with 1/3 to 1/2 dropperful, straight or in a drink or foodpropolis tincture

  • daily for prevention and to boost health, or more often when feeling “under the weather”

Topically: on skin or in ear, enough to cover area to sooth

Propolis Throat Spray – spray orallyTHROAT

  • 3-4 sprays in mouth to moisturize, soothe, freshen breath, as needed

nose    Propolis Nose Drops

       3-6 drops in each nostril to soothe, moisturize dry stuffy nose, as needed

 

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BEE Rescue Propolis Cream –

  • topically, on skin needing some extra TLC, enough to cover, 2-3 times a day

moisturizingMoisturizing Skin Balm

  • topically for  all- over body moisturizing, to keep skin smooth and moisturized

rejuvenating

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Rejuvenae′ Facial Cream

  • topically for face, neck, decolletage and backs of hands – specifically for moisturizing aging or damaged skin

 

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lipbalmGourmet Lip Honey – for lips or as “emergency” skin cream on small area

  • Topically, as needed to moisturize, soothe,  and protect dry lips

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WE hope you find this information helpful in using the amazing PROPOLIS products

POWERED BY  BEES!

 

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5 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Tracy Otis
    Nov 02, 2016 @ 14:17:53

    Hello,
    Your website is lovely.. I am with a company out of Northern Wisconsin called Beehive Botanicals. We do Contract Manufacturing of material from the Beehive. Pollen, Propolis and Royal Jelly. We are able to encapsulate and bottle our raw material for you to sell on your sight.
    If this would be something that you would want more information on, please email me and I can answer any questions you may have.
    Please contact me at tracy.otis@beehivebotanicals.com
    Thank you,
    Tracy Otis
    715-634-4274

    Reply

  2. Harsimran
    Mar 20, 2017 @ 08:54:36

    Hi Laurie

    Is it a good idea to use propolis as a preservative in a homemade hand wash made from soap nuts and water only?

    Simran

    Reply

  3. RachelMcC
    May 28, 2017 @ 07:37:07

    Wondering about how to use propolis for severe eczema? Would you use a balm (if so please advise of which one!)?or orally? Searching around online but not finding any clear advice, just statements saying it’s good for eczema.

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    • BEEpothecary
      Jun 10, 2017 @ 11:52:54

      Rachel,
      Yes, propolis is good for eczema. My daughter uses it with good results. Our BEE Rescue Cream is intended for helping with open skin, and is what she uses. You can also use Propolis Oil, which has more propolis in it, but does not have the other skin benefiting oils and butters in it, and won’t leave a protective layer on the skin. (It soaks in.) Here are a couple of research articles I have found. Cant figure out how to embed a hot link, so just copy and paste these into your browser address bar at the top. This first one is about plant phenols in general, being good for healing skin issues. (Propolis is full of plant Phenols). https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4783894/. This one has a section about propolis and general skin wound healing. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4827280/. Hope this information helps.
      Jeannie Saum

      Reply

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