Propolis (bee glue) tincture - 50ml

Propolis (Propolis cera) increases immunity, speeds recovery, and is used in the flu season and helps women in menopause.

It has strong antibacterial and antiseptic effects, causing numbness and healing of wounds, used to treat hemorrhoids.

It is a natural antibiotic...

Content

  1. Description of herb

  2. Healing effects

  3. Preparation and dosing

  4. Side effects

Ingredients

Water, fine alcohol, propolis.

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Storage

Store in a dry place at room temperature. Do not store in direct sunlight or in frost.

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Country of origin

Czech Republic

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Description of herb

Propolis (Propolis cera) is an orange substance (many shades) for which bees have a versatile use. They disinfect the walls of the hive as well as the entire surface of the combs, close the honey cells with it and the honey does not spoil despite long storage.

It is a mixture of resins, wax, essential oils and other biologically active natural substances that bees enriched by bees by secreting their glands, thus transforming them into propolis. It is effective in combination with alcohol, which enhances its natural antiseptic and antiviral properties.

Propolis is obtained by scraping from the ceiling of the hive and from the frames that bees richly seal with propolis in the autumn. Propolis does not have a permanent chemical composition. It is very poorly soluble in water, but dissolves in alcohol and organic solvents. At 36°C it is soft and malleable, when cooled, it becomes brittle and friable. Propolis is also contained in honey and beeswax.

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Healing effects

Propolis has very strong antibacterial and antiseptic effects on salmonella, staphylococci and others due to the content of flavonoids and organic acid derivatives.

It also causes numbness and rapid wound healing and the treatment of hemorrhoids.

In dermatology, propolis has proven effective against fungal diseases because it has a negative effect on the growth of various species of fungi and yeasts. In dentistry, it is used as a surface anesthetic and tincture diluted with water in a ratio of 1:2 is suitable as mouthwash.

It increases the body's resistance and accelerates its convalescence, is used during the flu period and is a suitable helper for women in transition.

Propolis was already used by the ancient Egyptians for treatment and mummification. The properties and use of propolis have been the focus of scientific workplaces in recent years.

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Active substances

A mixture of resinous substances - about 50%, beeswax about 30%, balms and essential oils (up to 10%), B vitamins in the amount of about 1 ppm, trace elements, flavonoids.

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Recommended at

  • natural antibiotic
  • improves immunity
  • destroys bacteria and viruses
  • during menopause
  • prevention and treatment of influenza
  • numbness and rapid wound healing
  • to treat hemorrhoids

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Dosing

1 ml (15 drops) once a day. Tincture can be added to drinks and gargle.

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Side effects

Do not use in case of hypersensitivity to propolis. Not suitable for children under three years, pregnant and breastfeeding mothers.

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