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- 100% natural Bee product
- Can be used to make a tincture or an aqueous extract
- Stimulates the immune system
For the production of propolis, only resinous substances are collected. With these substances the bees cover the walls of the hive and in this way protect the bee family.
Propolis contains proteins, amino acids, vitamins, minerals and flavonoids. It has both antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties. In the past, propolis has been used internally to combat bacteria, fungi, parasites and viral infections, including tuberculosis, candidiasis, malaria and colds. Propolis is often used to treat various mucosal diseases, including digestive tract ulcers and colitis.
Propolis stimulates the immune system and increases the number of red blood cells. Propolis fights the viral and bacterial organisms in the body.
- For gastritis;
- For stomach ulcer;
- For influenza, cold, cough, angina or lymph inflammation;
- In wounds;
- For respiratory diseases;
- In respiratory tract infections;
- In burns;
Methods of application:
Homemade propolis tincture:
Propolis is used as a 30% alcohol extract. In 100 ml of 70C alcohol, a fine 30 gram of propolis is shredded and shaken 4-5 times a day for 5-6 days, after which the clear supernatant is separated (decanted) or sieved through several layers of gauze. This alcohol extract is a durable product and can be used in adults with 25-30 drops in a small (30-40 ml) of water or milk in the morning, 15-20 minutes before a meal.
Homemade propolis aqueous extract:
30 g of propolis (3 sticks) is cut into pieces and placed in an enameled container. Cool with 300 ml of cold water. The pack is closed and placed in a water bath to boil over low heat for 45 minutes. Allow to cool and stand for 6-12 hours. The separated wax is removed and the liquid is poured into a dark bottle. The resulting mixture has a shelf life of about 10 days.
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