Botanical name - Propolis cerarn

Propolis is produced by bees to seal and protect the hive, and has naturally antiseptic properties. Suitable for use in cosmetics and as a mouthwash.

1:10 ratio, 90% alcohol

This product can be used topically, as a preservative or as an addition to the Create Your Own range for its antiseptic properties. It may be used as an inhalation and directions for this use are to add 5 - 8 drops of the tincture to a bowl of hot, steaming water. Place a towel over your head which falls down to include the bowl. Inhale the vapours for a number of minutes ensuring that you keep warm after removing the towel. Please seek advice from your healthcare practitioner if you wish to take this product internally.


WARNING: Flammable. Contains alcohol. Not intended for use by persons under the age of 18 years, unless advised by a healthcare professional. Not for use during pregnancy or lactation, unless advised by a healthcare professional. If under medical supervision consult a doctor before use. Food supplements must not replace a balanced diet and healthy lifestyle.

Keep out of reach of children.


Allergen information: May contain: Gluten, soya, nuts, peanuts, sesame, mustard and celery.

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Rainbow
A Little Bottle of Magic

I have been using this for several years and it is my go-to remedy for stopping a cold in its tracks. I work in a hospital & during winter when there are plenty of viruses circulating - as soon as I get the first signs of a cold or sore throat I gargle with this tincture - 8 drops in lukewarm water and it works its magic. I can't find propolis as a tincture anywhere else so I hope you will continue to make this.

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Lilly
Better than ecchinacia

Never found ecchinacea did anything for me and then I came across this little bottle. It doesn't have any directions (like many of Neal's yards preparations) but if you ask behind the counter for their product book it suggest 10 drops a day in water. It tastes like drinking tea tree but it really works and I take it for a month once or twice a year as a preventative. But good to gargle with if you are poorly already.

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Kate
So happy I found it

I'm soo happy I found propolis tincture! I used to make my own, but now it's harder to buy raw propolis. I'm also surprised that instructions say to gargle as I dleat it. I mix 3 drops with good quality honey (that's daily). When I'm ill, I take up to 8-10 drops. Works wonders!