The Health Benefits of Propolis

What is Propolis?

Did you know that bees produce more than just honey? They also produce a resin-like material from the buds of poplar and cone-bearing trees. This material is used as a coating to build their hives. The composition of Propolis varies depending on the region and what trees and flowers the bees have access to.

 

Is Propolis a new product?

Absolutely not. The use of Propolis and its medicinal properties dates back to ancient civilizations. Greeks, Assyrians and Egyptians used Propolis to treat abscesses, wounds, tumors, infections and even to embalm their mummies. Propolis has a long history of medicinal use.

 

What’s the buzz with Propolis?

Propolis, of course, continues to be used nowadays for medicinal purposes. Its antiviral, antibacterial, antifungal and anti-inflammatory properties have made this amazing product very popular.

 

How does Propolis help?

Propolis is used for canker sores and infections caused by viruses and fungus. It is also used to treat cancer of the nose and throat, for boosting the immune system and for treating gastrointestinal problems. Additionally, Propolis is used as an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory agent.

 

How do you use Propolis?

Many people apply Propolis directly to the skin to cleanse a wound, treat genital herpes or cold sores. It is also used after oral surgery to speed the healing process and as a treatment for minor burns.  You may use Propolis as a gargle or in spray form for sores and irritations in the mouth or to treat a sore throat.

 

Is Propolis safe?

Yes! Propolis is as safe as Honey. As a matter of fact, you probably take in some Propolis when you eat honey. However, if you are allergic to honey or to bees, you should avoid Propolis as well. As always, talk to your doctor before you take any natural remedies, especially if you suffer from allergies or asthma.

 

Where do you find it?

Today, Propolis is an ingredient in many manufactured beauty and skin care products. You can also find Propolis in various forms (creams, ointments, lotions) in health food stores and pharmacies. However, you can only get the pure raw Propolis from beekeepers.

 

Contact us today to order a 1 month supply of Propolis. Call 617-319-2877 or place your order online.  

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