Eating propolis daily is said to help strengthen the immune system. Even in small doses, it can help the body to protect against and fight bacteria, fungi, and viruses, including the flu.More
Making propolis tincture is very straight forward once you have the right ingredients: raw propolis and food grade alcohol. Follow the step-by-step recipe below for how to make propolis tincture.More
Propolis is renowned for its potent anti-microbial and anti-viral properties. It has been used for thousands of years to support immune health in humans and as a natural antioxidant. In ancient times, propolis was widely used to boost health, relieve ailments, heal wounds and in embalming processes.More
Honey bees are very good at doing what is best for them. To the chagrin of many a beekeeper they make propolis and coat the insides of their hives with it. This stuff is sticky. And the warmer it is, the stickier it gets. It gets everywhere.
But what is propolis? Find out how honeybees make it & what they make it from in this short introduction to propolis, nature’s antiseptic marvel.More
I love beeswax. I love the smell as it melts and burns, the different colours, how it feels to touch and on the skin. I love it for its waterproofing qualities and for its antibacterial and anti-fungal properties. But most of all I just love it because it is pure, it is natural, and I know exactly where it comes from: my very own honeybees.More