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BEE PROPOLIS
(Bee propolis)

Propolis is a product of the beehive, made up of resins collected by the bees from leaf buds and bark of trees, mixed with beeswax and enzymes from the bee. This substance is used in the beehive to, most importantly; sterilize the hive, as every cell in which the queen is to lay an egg in would be polished with a thin layer of Propolis. From the Greek language, "Pro" meaning before and "polis" meaning city, which translates to Defenses of the city, the name clearly states the use of the Propolis as protection of the colony, from the outside as well as the spread of infection from within.

PROPERTIES: antibiotic
Parts used:


• influence of Propolis is extremely broad. It includes cancer, infection of the urinary tract, swelling of the throat, gout, open wounds, sinus congestion, colds, influenza, bronchitis, gastritis, diseases of the ears, periodontal disease, intestinal infections, ulcers, eczema eruptions, pneumonia, arthritis, lung disease, stomach virus, headaches, Parkinson's disease, bile infections, sclerosis, circulation deficiencies, warts, conjunctivitis, and hoarseness.
• helps regulate hormones
• is an antibiotic substance that stimulates the natural resistance of the body.
• may be used by everyone, sick or healthy, as a means of protection against microorganisms.
• also effective against conditions caused by bacteria, viruses, or different fungi. 

SUGGESTED DOSAGE: Tincture: 10 to 60 drops three times a day or 2 to 10 pumps of the spray.

CONTRA INDICATIONS: anyone with allergies will be affected by propolis 

Please note: This information is compiled from traditional and modern herb books, articles and research. This information is summarized for its educational value and should not be used for the diagnosis, treatment, or prevention of disease. It should not be used to replace the services of a qualified practitioner.