This Propolis tincture has a boozy, sweet, warm, musky animalic, resinous amber-like fragrance with hints of Molasses and Black Cherry. Its scent is reminiscent of Poplar Bud resin, often making up a good portion of the Bee's building material for Propolis. It blends nicely with many essential oils, perfumes and incense materials.
$7.00 - $295.00
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A fragrant, brown/black and brittle compound at room temperature, Propolis is a fragrant resinous material bees produce for keeping the hive septic and germ-free. Created from the resin of different plants by the bees through the seasons, each batch of Propolis varies both in its scent and its chemical profile depending on the season, and the local and plant material that is available to them.
Propolis can be used both powdered, in its raw form, and blended as a tincture with other ingredients in various incense types. A small perfume sprayer/mister can be used for even dispersal. It's robust amber, musk-like scent transforms single-ingredient and compound incense blends with an unexpected, rich exotic touch. The raw Bee Propolis can be burned directly on the heater or the coals or added to a blend.
If you want to experiment with fresh Propolis or make your tincture or incense, please see the shop listing for raw Propolis.
This is a collection of aromatic materials mentioned in the Old & New Testaments and in ancient Egyptian texts. I often get asked to translate biblical plant names and source the materials they mention. They are all here in this collection.