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Delicious Honey Propolis Throat Spray is designed to soothe and tone your throat tissues! This is an excellent product for people who frequently suffer from sore throats. Smokers can also benefit from a daily spritz. Those who spend lots of time talking, singing, or otherwise using their vocal chords will also enjoy rejuvenating their throats with our Honey Propolis Throat Spray.

Mickelberry Gardens Honey Propolis Throat Spray is RAW - made with raw honey and raw apple cider vinegar. Our throat spray comes in a glass bottle, and is the perfect size for carrying with you to use as needed. This spray also contains propolis, which works its antiseptic magic to keep your throat strong and healthy. We make our own propolis tincture, utilizing propolis collected by Pacific Northwest bees.

Suggested Use:
Spray toward the back of the throat as needed.

Ingredients: Pacific Northwest raw honey, organic raw apple cider vinegar, organic sage leaf, organic echinacea tops, organic rose hips, Pacific Northwest propolis, 1% grain alcohol.

We take pride in providing you with the highest quality hive and herbal products available in the Pacific Northwest. We raise treatment-free honeybees and harvest raw honey, beeswax and propolis from our hives in Troutdale, Oregon. We also source hive products from other like-minded Pacific Northwest beekeepers.

Honey Propolis Throat Spray (with mister) (2 fl. oz.)

$13.00 USD
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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: Oregon raw honey, organic apple cider vinegar, sage, echinacea, Oregon propolis, rose hips
  • Feedback: 29 reviews
  • Only ships within United States.
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