Bee Propolis is made from the resins gathered from trees and other plants and then modified by the bees’ own enzymes as they process the material, mix it with beeswax, and make it into a protective antibacterial glue and sealant for their beehives. It’s not surprising that the word “propolis” means “defender of the city” in Greek.
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|Boosts Prostate Cancer Cell Death
Lowers Blood Pressure
Helps Treat Bone Diseases
Helps Treat Allergies
Kills Colon Cancer Cells
Help Treat Food Poisoning
Protects Injured Teeth
Heat Stress & Athletic Performance
Protects liver functions
Kills Bacteria on oral health
Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) infection.
Minor burns on body parts.Thrush (oropharyngeal candidiasis )Upper respiratory tract infections
Vaginal swelling (vaginitis)
Nose and throat cancer, Improving immune response.Ulcers ( Stomach and intestinal disorders )
Source : Web-MD
Compounds in Bee Propolis includes :
– Polyphenols – flavonoids and phenolic acids
– Vitamins (including vitamins B1, B2, B6, C, and E)
– Minerals (including magnesium, potassium, zinc, and calcium),
– Enzymes , Anti-fungal, Antibacterial
– Essential oils inherent in tree and plant resins.
HOW TO USE: Alternatively, put 4-5 drops in half a glass of warm liquid once or twice a day. Do not exceed the stated recommended daily intake.
HISTORY: Bee Propolis has a long history of medicinal use, dating back to 350 B.C., the time of Aristotle. Greeks have used propolis for abscesses; and Egyptians have used it for mummification.
ALL NATURAL: No added sugar, lactose, yeast, sweeteners, flavoring, artificial coloring and No Preservatives.