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21st century natural medicine

BeeVital are world-leaders in the development of propolis-based health supplements, supported by the latest scientific research.

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Propolis Tincture
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Propolis supports the body's natural immune system. Take it as a regular supplement, or apply topically directly to the skin.

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Our CEO, James Fearnley, is a leading expert in propolis.

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Nature’s pharmacist

The honey bee is nature’s pharmacist, turning plant chemicals into powerful compounds that can help maintain a strong immune system.


Produced by the honey bee as a natural defence for the beehive, propolis is an astounding material.

Comprised of hundreds of chemical compounds, propolis provides all kinds of benefits for bees - and for humans too!


Bees collect pollen from plants which is then taken back to the hive and stored. Eating pollen can support the body's natural immune defenses.


Honey is known as a delicacy the world over. Our range of pollen and propolis honeys combine various bee products for maximum benefit.

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Modern scientific techniques, cutting-edge health products

We believe in the power of nature and use modern scientific techniques to develop cutting-edge health products. But don’t just take our word for it, why not take a look at the research yourself.

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We Undertake Extensive Research Ourselves and Work with Leading Universities
James Fearnley, CEO of BeeVital

What exactly is propolis?

Propolis is composed of resin and wax, combined with essential oils and enzymes. It is produced by honey bees as a natural defense for the hive - guarding against bacterial infection.

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How does propolis work?

Propolis is not like a modern pharmaceutical drug. It works by supporting and strengthening the body's natural immune system - helping the body defend itself and repair damage.

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Propolis in Oral Healthcare

What is propolis? Propolis is a substance that honeybees produce by combining resins they collect from trees and plants. In the hive they combine the resins with wax and process the whole through their enzymatic systems. The bees use propolis in the hive to protect the colony against infection and it’s also ve…

Propolis in Oral Healthcare
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Propolis: Defending Honeybees, and Humans Too!

In 2013 60% of all the honeybees in the United States died. Honeybees were leaving healthy hives and not coming back. With no one able to pin down a single simple reason for the problem it came to be known as Colony Collapse Disorder. Basically, the bees gave up. The complex and mysterious glue that kept the coloni…

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Propolis is a Natural Antiseptic
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Bee Pollen and Propolis with a Wooden Scoop