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The Miracle Spray: Beekeeper Naturals

I had laryngitis for 4 months. This may have possibly been one of the most difficult times in my life. I’ve identified myself as a singer since I was only 4 years old. The thought of not having my voice killed me. Slowly but surely it began to come back. After visiting a throat specialist, I was able to gain clarity as to what the problem was. I had severe inflammation on my vocal chords that just wouldn’t go away. I stopped drinking coffee and alcohol and started doing everything in my power to regain my voice.

One day during a hair appointment, I ran into a lovely gal who started to chat with me about her new company. I told her about my vocal problem and she shocked me when she suggested that her product might be able to help.

While studying abroad in Europe, Carly’s tonsils began to flare up. Struggling to find anything to help her regain her health, she turned to a pharmacist who suggested Propolis.

Meet Carly

Meet Carly

Propolis is the substance bees make from tree and plant resins to seal their hives and protect them from predators and disease. Research has shown that Propolis possesses antibacterial, antiviral, anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory and antibiotic properties. Propolis contains high levels of bioflavonoids (powerful antioxidants known for their immune boosting properties), amino acids, vitamins and phenolic acids and esters such as caffeic acid phenethyl ester (a compound known for its anti inflammatory and anti-viral properties).

After using the spray, her throat began to feel better and her tonsils went from swollen to completely better. After returning to Canada, Carly came down with another awful case of tonsillitis… Propolis was not readily available in Canada at the time so Carly took it upon herself to connect with a local beekeeper and the rest is history. She launched Beekeeper Naturals with her friend Daniel and they plan on eventually spreading the product across North America. Beekeeper’s Naturals Propolis Spray is a product made here in Canada and is made with high quality propolis (95% extract!) that is sustainably hand harvested by experienced beekeepers.

So yes…this spray is magic. I started to use it before and after warming up my vocals and guess what? It worked. Not only did it help with the inflammation on my vocal chords, I’m convinced it saved me from the chronic cold everyone got in my building.  Also it tastes great…. afterall it is derived from the honey bees and who doesn’t like honey? The truth is, I’m not blowing smoke up your ass. The product actually works.

There are so many benefits that come with the 3-5 quick sprays to the back of my throat daily. I’m protecting my vocal chords, warding off sickness and to be honest, I feel like my energy levels are even higher. I’m typically not into the natural scene but after trying this product out, I’m convinced it will forever be a staple in my medicine cabinet.

This is a company that not only makes an amazing product with so many beneficial properties but also are trying to make a difference when it comes to the bees. The bees are dying. This is a problem. Honeybee colonies in North America lose approximately 25-30% of their colony population every year. Why are the bees important? We rely on honeybees for nearly a third of our entire food supply. Say goodbye to coffee, veggies, and chocolate….Beekeeper Naturals has a partnership with the Canadian Honey Council  and together they are creating a platform for education and awarenessis committed to raising awareness about the disappearing bees. For that alone we all should be thankful and give this product a try.

A small bottle but a powerful

A small bottle but a powerful

I’m a beeeeliever…see what I did there? The product works. The company is legit and honest. AND they want to save the bees. It’s a win win for everyone. You can purchase online or at one of these stores. Check them out online, follow them on Facebook, and give them a shout on Twitter! For only $11.99, this is one product everyone should have in their medicine cabinet.

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