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Powerful Propolis

Filed Under: Supplements at 10:28 am | By: Mauricio Matusiak
Honey combPropolis is a natural substance collected by honey bees from trees, especially poplar and conifer trees.

Bees use this resinous substance along with beeswax to construct, cement and protect their hives. It is generally used to seal the unwanted open spaces in the hive.

Propolis is also known for its beneficial effects on human health. Natural medicine practitioners have been using propolis for the relief of various conditions for years.

The list of medicinal uses for propolis is quite interesting, but the majority of products can support inflammations, viral diseases and ulcers. Moreover, continue use of propolis supplements may promote heart health and build up the immune system.

The composition of propolis is generally rich in bioflavonoids, vitamins and minerals but its chemical components and potency may vary based on different conditions. For example, bee species, geographic location and different seasons may significantly change propolis’ composition and, as a result, its potential health benefits.

Most people can benefit from taking an average of 1000mg of propolis a day. However, manufactures may recommend more or less than this dosage based on the possible variations of the product. Depending upon its composition, propolis may show powerful antibiotic and antifungal properties. In addition, studies indicate that it may be effective in treating skin burns.

Companies have also combined propolis with natural ingredients such as echinacea and goldenseal, creating a very powerful supplement to enhance the immune system.

More Related Products

Montana Naturals – Bee Pollen, Royal Jelly & Propolis – 90 Capsules
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YS Organic Bee Farms – Propolis In Honey 55000 mg. – 5.5 oz.

2 Responses to “Powerful Propolis”

  1. Raphael says:

    Very interesting product indeed, I’ve been using propolis for several months & it works like magic.

  2. mack says:

    Nice work! interesting stuff about Propolis.

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