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Bee Soothed is a cooling organic balm containing essential oils selected for their anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties.

Bee Soothed

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    Bee Soothed indeed! The essential oils contained in this blend are traditionally used to relax muscle tissue, reduce inflammation and pain, release toxins, and dissipate physical, mental, and emotional stress.(1,2,3) Inhaling these essential oils stimulates the olfactory nerves in the nasal cavity and stimulates the limbic system, resulting in calming, balancing, and synergistic benefits.(4)


    Bee Soothed also contains shea butter, which has been shown to have anti-inflammatory and healing properties.(5) Coconut oil, also in the base, has skin repair, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, and antioxidant activity.(6)




    Pain, inflammation, soreness, tension and dry skin.




    Bee Soothed contains 100% certified organic ingredients including pure, carefully selected, high-grade essential oils chosen to provide you the best quality available.


    • Fair Trade shea butter (Vitellaria paradoxa)
    • Fair Trade coconut oil (Cocos nucifera)
    • Ethically sourced beeswax (Cera alba)

     (NOTE: Shea butter can contain very small amounts of fibers from the husks.)

    Essential Oils:

    • Wintergreen (Gaultheria procumbens)
    • Peppermint (Mentha piperita)
    • Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia)
    • Copaiba (Copaifera officinalis)
    • Frankincense (Boswellia carterii)
    • Black Spruce (Picea mariana)
    • Helichrysum (Helichrysum italicum)
    • Clove (Syzygium aromaticum).


    Bee Soothed is free of harmful and artificial ingredients such as parabens, phthalates, artificial fragrances, and dyes.


    Bee Soothed is best stored in a cool place with a temperature between 4°C and 24°C (40°F to 75°F). Please avoid direct sunlight.




    Rub a small amount between palms and inhale. Massage over desired area. Repeat as needed.


    Consult your physician if irritation develops after using the balm, and avoid use if you are allergic to any of the ingredients. If pregnant, nursing, or under a physician’s care, consult your physician before using. It is recommended to initially apply a small amount of the balm where you intend to use it, to check for unwanted effects or skin sensitivity.


    For external use ONLY. Keep out of the reach of pets and children.




    In November of 2019 I was working and twisted my knee, tearing my meniscus. The swelling and pain in my knee had been very severe. After using the product [Bee Soothed], the swelling of my knee subsided. The pain was actually bearable. I cannot tell you how relieved I was to get this product to help me through this painful time. I do not have to use a whole lot in order to get results. It actually soaked down into my muscles and I could feel the swelling going away. I also used this product after surgery to help with the healing.”J.V.O.


    I have had a sore left foot for nearly a month. My primary care doctor saw me and diagnosed me as having plantar fasciitis. I’ve been doing various stretching routines, have been using high arch orthotics, and I fairly recently have been applying Bee Soothed to my foot three times a day. I find that after massaging it into my heel and arch of my foot toward the toes, it relieves the pain a bit and seems to allow me to better perform the stretching. I’m trying to avoid any steroid shots or more radical treatment, and I think this balm (which is a proprietary blend of essential oils) is helping me do just that. I think continued use of Bee Soothed and continuing my exercises may help to avoid unnecessary or any invasive treatment.”—B.H.




    1. D. Kalemba and A. Kunicka, Current Medicinal Chemistry, 10: 813-829, 2003.

    2. F. Bakkali et al., Food and Chemical Toxicology 46: 446-475, 2008.

    3. E.M. de Lavor et al., Oxidative Medicine & Cellular Longevity 2018: 23 pgs (

    4. J. P. Rhind, Listening to Scent: An Olfactory Journey with Aromatic Plants and Their Extracts (pgs 15-16), 2014.

    5. M. O. Israel, American Journal of the Life Sciences 2: 303-307, 2014.

    6. T. Lin et al., International Journal of Molecular Sciences 19: 70, 2018.


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