Melipona Bee Raw Honey Sticks with Propolis, Menthol, and Eucalyptus 20 ml each Concentrate
Propolis and its extracts have numerous applications in treating various diseases due to their antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, antibacterial, antimycotic, antifungal, antiulcer, anticancer, and immunomodulatory properties.
Propolis has been shown to kill H. pylori, which is implicated in gastric ulcers and colitis; also MRSA is a potentially fatal bug. It acts on these pathogens without destroying your probiotic flora. I'd still take probiotics, but it's good to know propolis doesn't harm your gut like conventional antibiotics.
If you have ever had a sore throat, you might have heard about a very common home remedy: eating a propolis pill, or lollipop, or drinking a bit of syrup. This natural substance is excellent for this kind of condition although it also has important health properties.
Although it is also produced by bees, propolis is different from honey and royal jelly, including the part of the beehive from which it is extracted, the presentations in which it is available, and the uses it can have.
According to Mel I Salut and MedlinePlus, propolis is a resinous mixture produced by bees from poplar sprouts and other trees that produces cones. It is generally obtained from beehives since bees use it to build them.
A great natural trehalulose source.
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