This $13 honey spray can help relieve frequent sore throats

Taylor Bell
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Needless to say, we have to be very cautious about our health these days. And there’s nothing more alarming than feeling a sore throat coming on.

First, you get that little scratchy feeling in your throat (which you hope is nothing), and then the next day it’s painful to swallow.

It might seem like there’s not much you can do but drink hot tea and load up on the cough drops to ease the discomfort. But there is something else that could offer some relief during those uncomfortable times — especially if you’re prone to having throat issues.

It’s called the Honey Propolis Throat Spray, and it comes from the family-owned business Mickelberry Gardens. According to the product description, it’s made to “soothe and tone throat issues.” So, if you’re someone who frequently suffers from a sore throat or someone who uses their vocal cords a lot, then this might be a good organic addition to your medicine cabinet.

Shop: Honey Propolis Throat Spray, $13.00

According to the product description, it’s made with bee propolis, raw honey, apple cider vinegar, as well as other organic ingredients.

While many people believe that honey has lot of health benefits, the same can be said about bee propolis. In fact, it’s thought to contain “antibacterial” and “antiviral” properties, according to Healthline.

Although the Honey Propolis Throat Spray doesn’t have many reviews, a few customers appear to be happy with the product, praising it highly on Etsy.

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