Balm Applications

All Products

Sensitivity Test: Rub a ‘dab’ of the product onto the inner (soft) area of your elbow; watch for swelling and/or reddening of the skin within +/- 30 seconds; be cautious – should a prickly/tingling’ feeling occur within +/- 30 seconds follow the instructions below.

Antidote: Wash the affected area immediately with warm, soapy water; towel rough dry.

Mild ailments & cosmetic use (1)

Bee Wise Honey

Place a ‘dab’ of balm on a fingertip

Slightly soften the balm between the fingertips of both hands

Apply to the desired area in a circular motion – the wax base in the balm will spread as it warms & lubricates the skin

Massage the area ‘until the shine disappears’. This should take no more than 30-40 seconds. (Should it take longer, too much balm is being applied.)

Apply at least 2 to 3 times per day for:

Aching bones/joints; arthritis; asthma; backache; blocked nose; bronchitis; bruising; bursitis (tennis elbow/knee); chest infection; chicken pox pustules & itch; chilblains; colds; congestion of the chest/nasal passages/sinuses

Coughs; cracked heel & skin; cradle cap; cramps/spasms; croup; dry skin; eczema; emphysema; fallen arches; fever & infection; flu; gout; headaches; joint inflammation; laryngitis; metacarpal syndrome (computer joint/wrist)

Migraine; neuralgia (nerve pain); osteoarthritis (arthritis of mid years); pain; phlebitis (vein inflammation); pigmentation; post-operative aching wounds; pneumonia; rheumatism; rhinitis/sinusitis

Scarring; sciatica (pain in sciatic nerve – pelvic area); skin cancer; sore throat; sprains & strains; stiffness; stretch marks; styes; sunburn; sun spots; swelling of joints; TB; whiplash; whooping cough; wrinkles.

Chronic pain and discomfort (2)

Bee Wise Pain Relief

Have Ready:

Gauze   |   Roll of strapping bandage   |   Bandage clips/safety pins   |   The Balm

Place the gauze on a hard surface (counter, vanity, tray, etc.)

Butter’ the gauze with the balm – not too much, not too thick – enough to cover the affected area

Place the gauze gently onto/over the affected area

Strap the affected area with the bandage – not too tight – circulation must not be hindered.

Apply morning and night to;

Aching bones; bursitis (tennis elbow/knee); gout; joint inflammation;

Metacarpal syndrome (computer joint/wrist); osteoarthritis (arthritis of mid-years);

Pain; sprains & strains; swelling of joints; torn ligaments.

Special cases (3)

  • Blood poison: Use method 4 BUT blisters, frostbite, fungal growths & infection, male hygiene, manage, mastitis, apply every three hours until poison recedes.
  • Boils: Use method 4 BUT apply every three hours until pit drawn. Continue applying balm thereafter for scarring. Hint – a ¼ t of Calcium Carbonate B.P. each day is a wonderful blood purifier.
  • Burns: use method 4 –  DO NOT POP THE BLISTERS
    Female hygiene; hemorrhoids (piles); male hygiene; pruritis; thrush – vaginal – use method 3 PLUS the use of surgical gloves which should be renewed, or disinfected after each application.

Secondary ailments requiring disinfecting and soothing (4)

Bee-Wise-skin--care

Have Ready:

Cotton wool   |   Disinfectant   |   Bowl of warm water   |   Clean towels   |   The Balm

Place warm water & disinfectant in bowl/basin- swab the affected area with the cotton wool until clean

DRY VERY WELL – Bee Wise is wax based. Should any moisture be left on the skin it will be retained by the wax which will hinder the treatment.

Place a `dab’ of balm on 1 fingertip

Slightly soften the balm between the fingertips of both hands

Apply to the affected area – the wax base in the balm will spread as it warms & lubricates the skin

Massage the balm into the affected area until the shine disappears. (+/- 30 to 40 secs).

Apply at least 2 to 3 times a day for:

Abrasions, allergic reactions – bee stings, etc, athlete’s foot, bed sores – mild, bites – animal, insect, spider, etc – mild, bleeding – mild, blisters – mild, bunions, burns – mild, chilblains

Circumcision wounds, cracked lips, cracked heels & skin, cuts, female hygiene, fever measles rash, mite infestation, nappy rash, prickly heat, psoriasis, rashes – general, saddle sores

sepsis – mild shingles; stings – including sea creatures, straw mite infestation, ulcerous sores – diabetic, oral & venous, urticaria/hives, whitlows, wounds -mild, yeast infection.

Chronic ailments (5)

Bee Wise

Have Ready:

Cotton wool   |   Disinfectant   |   Bowl of warm water   |   Clean towels   |   Scissors   |   Gauze   |   Transpore or micropore – thin    |  The balm

Place warm water & disinfectant in bowl/basin – swab the affected area with the cotton wool until clean

*Dry Very Well*

Bee Wise is wax based. Should any moisture be left on the skin it will be retained by the wax which will hinder the treatment. In cases of extreme pain dry the area with a cool hair dryer, or by waving a paper plate over the affected area until bone dry

Cut to size the gauze – slightly larger than the affected area

Place the gauze on a hard surface (counter, table, etc)

‘Butter’ the gauze with the balm – not too much – not too thick – enough to cover the affected area

Place the gauze gently onto the affected area

Cut 2 strips of sticky plaster

Adhere the gauze to the skin with these strips, on 2 sides only – N.B. – the affected area must only be covered with gauze – Bee Wise MUST breathe.