Kitchen Toke Bee Balm

$40.00 $30.00

All the mightiness of a beehive’s anti-inflammatory and antibacterial protective shield become even stronger through a method known as Bee Fuse Technology. Our hemp bee balm contains infused beeswax and propolis, beneficial properties left after bees make Kitchen Toke whole-plant hemp honey.


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Kitchen Toke Bee Balm offers the same intent as the bees that produce beeswax and the coating for our honey: to protect and reverse harm. Germ-fighting beeswax and propolis are amplified by compounds known for reducing pain and anxiety along with a proprietary mix of essential oils and medicinal plants with similar benefits.

USE to relax and unwind by applying to damp skin after a bath or shower. Aim for achy spots and pressure points by your temples, neck and lower back.

USE to reduce inflammation from swollen muscles and joints. Gently massage to affected areas.

USE to reduce discomfort from skin irritation and improve recovery from minor burns and scrapes. Apply gently to affected areas.

INGREDIENTS: MCT oil, coconut oil, palm oil, olive oil, hemp seed oil, Bee Fuse Technology honey beeswax (propolis and full-spectrum hemp), eucalyptus calendula, lavender, arnica, rosemary and vitamin E tocopherol.

Does not contain mint or lidocaine. Keep out of eyes and open wounds.

Download the COA lab results for Kitchen Toke Bee Balm here.

Weight 6 oz
Dimensions 3 × 3 × 1 in
How do I use the hemp bee balm?

Apply a dime-sized amount to clean skin. Lightly glide over an affected area, but never on an open wound. Massage over sore muscles, pressure points and stiff joints. For best results, apply after a shower or bath.

What is the texture of the hemp bee balm?

Kitchen Toke Hemp Bee Balm is solid but liquefies with the warmth of your fingers. It contains beneficial oils, such as MCT oil, coconut oil and hemp seed oil, but the hemp bee balm absorbs quickly into your skin so there’s no greasy feel.

How is your bee balm different from others?

Kitchen Toke Hemp Bee Balm is different in many ways—first and foremost by the way it’s made—by our bees, not humans. They exemplify the definition of "you are what you eat." The wax and propolis bees produce by excreting it from their glands contain the benefits of the patented hemp and nectar that they’ve eaten. The beeswax and propolis naturally contain antibacterial, antimicrobial and antifungal compounds that protect the hive while the hemp offers anti-inflammatory benefits. All of those benefits are echoed by a proprietary blend of other helpful ingredients, such as MCT oil, coconut oil and medicinal herbs.

Why does your bee balm contain essential oils and medicinal herbs in addition to the beeswax and hemp?

We believe in the “entourage effect,” a theory that supports the definition of the sum is greater than its parts. Every ingredient in our bee balm is known for its benefits, from soothing irritated skin and reducing inflammation to hastening the healing of burns and guarding against infection. They work together for optimal effectiveness.

3 reviews for Kitchen Toke Bee Balm

  1. Julia Christopherson

    Love this balm! I had three types of pain going on at once – planter facitis – low back pain – upper shoulder pain – I used the balm on all three spots and within a minute all the pain subsided – wow! I love the convenient tin and the subtle pleasant aroma. Works perfectly for me – very easy to use anywhere. Thanks Kitchen Toke for providing an such an amazing, pain-relieving product!!

  2. Paul Lowe

    I got the Kitchen Toke Hemp Bee Balm to try on myself. It does wonders for my cracked feet, but what’s been amazing is that it has completely healed my French bulldogs dry and cracked nose. I started applying a little twice a day and after just one day his nose was smooth and soft. I also added a little to his paws…massaging it gently in and I can see it soothes him. I totally recommend for any pet owner.” — Paul Lowe, Sweet Paul Magazine

  3. Debbie Williams

    Twenty years ago, at age 48, I was diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis. For 19 years, I battled not only the symptoms of the disease but also the side effects of the dozens of drugs I was prescribed to treat it. These medications, which included anti-inflammatories, steroids, the chemo drug Methotrexate and biologic injections, all came with serious side effects that suppressed my immune system and caused such gastrointestinal damage I had to be hospitalized.

    It was at that point I decided the cure was worse than the disease. I went off all prescribed medications and dealt with the day-to-day RA symptoms. Over the course of the next year, as I suffered through the stiffness and exhaustion that comes with RA, I researched and experimented with various supplements, foods and homeopathic remedies. I diligently journaled my experience with each.

    Today, I’m happy to report that a combination of exercise, low-inflammatory foods and two products—Kitchen Toke Hemp Honey and Kitchen Toke Bee Balm—has kept me off prescription drugs and given me a quality of life I haven’t experienced in decades. One teaspoon of honey each morning, when I am most stiff and achy, quickly gives me relief and readies me for the day ahead. (It’s delicious, too). At the end of the day, a Bee-Balm massage of the areas where I am experiencing joint pain and swelling provides enough comfort to allow me a goods night’s sleep.
    Debbie Williams, 68 year old, Washington, MO

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