We use Propolis Tincture to keep our own family healthy and we're proud to offer it to yours!

Propolis is a remarkable natural substance we get from honey bees. Propolis boasts a wide range of powerful health benefits, including antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, and antioxidant properties.

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What is propolis?

Propolis is a resinous substance collected by honey bees from tree buds, sap flows, and other botanical sources. The bees use propolis to seal and protect their hives from bacteria, fungi, and other potential threats.

Uses For Propolis Tincture

Our favorite way to use it: 2-3 drops on a teaspoon of honey to boost our own health!

  1. Sore Throats: Propolis can help soothe a sore throat and reduce inflammation due to its antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties.
  2. Oral Health: Use propolis to combat bacteria and plaque in the mouth, helping to maintain healthy gums and teeth.
  3. Minor Cuts and Wounds: Apply propolis tincture topically to support the healing process and prevent infection.
  4. Skin Irritations: Propolis can help soothe skin irritations such as minor burns, insect bites, or rashes.
  5. Acne: The antibacterial properties of propolis can help manage acne by reducing inflammation and fighting bacteria.
  6. Cough: Propolis tincture can help soothe coughing by easing throat irritation and reducing inflammation.
  7. Cold Sores: Propolis may speed up the healing of cold sores and reduce their frequency and severity.
  8. Allergies: Propolis tincture helps support the immune system and reduce allergic reactions due to its anti-inflammatory properties.
  9. Sinus Infections: The antimicrobial effects of propolis can aid in managing sinus infections and relieving symptoms.
  10. Digestive Health: Propolis can support gut health by helping to maintain a healthy balance of bacteria and soothing digestive discomfort.

Dosing Recommendations

Oral Consumption: Add a few drops to water, tea, juice, or honey for daily immune support.

Topical Application: Apply directly to the skin to aid in the healing of minor wounds, irritations, and blemishes.

Where does our propolis come from?

We collect our propolis directly from our local apiary. Propolis often falls to the ground when hives are opened or gets pushed out of the hive during the routine cleaning that honey bees perform to keep their home tidy.

How is Propolis Tincture made?

Propolis tincture is a liquid extract made from excess propolis that is collected from the hives of honey bees. The tincture is made by extracting the beneficial compounds from propolis using a solvent, typically alcohol. We use grain alcohol in our tincture so the end result is safe for internal and external use by humans.

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    Propolis stimulates a strong immune response within your body helping you tap into your own natural resources in order to fight off illness. Additionally, propolis is RICH in antioxidants and flavonoids, known for their immune-boosting properties.


    The antibacterial power of propolis is two-fold. First, its connected with the direct action on the microorganism - or the ability to kill bacteria. But equally important is the effect of propolis on the immune system resulting in activation of natural defenses within your body.


    Propolis has been used since ancient times for the treatment of skin diseases and, currently, its pharmacological potential for healing and repairing various types of wounds is widely cited in modern medical literature.

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A Brief History of Propolis

From ancient healers to modern researchers, bee propolis has remained a trusted and valuable natural remedy throughout history

The Egyptians, Greeks, and Romans regularly employed propolis to treat wounds and infections.
Hippocrates and Pliny the Elder documented its use in healing sores and soothing ulcers.
In traditional Chinese medicine, propolis was used to treat inflammation and infections, while in folk medicine, it was a common remedy for colds and sore throats.
In the 20th and 21st centuries, propolis has been the subject of extensive scientific research showing its antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, and antioxidant effects.
From ancient times to modern homes, the unique properties and numerous benefits of propolis continue to captivate and inspire those who seek to harness its holistic power.

Other Ingredients:

Gain Alcohol is the only other ingredient in our Propolis Tincture.

This recipe allows the tincture to be used safely internally or externally.

***The FDA has not evaluated some of these claims. Propolis Tincture is not designed to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.