The use of Propolis for medicinal purposes can be dated back 2400 years. Bees produce this compound from the sap on needle-leaved trees or evergreens. When they combine the sap with their own discharges and beeswax, they create a sticky, greenish-brown product that is used as a coating to ward off disease in their hives. One of the reasons behind propolis’ popularity is that it’s thought to have antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal, and anti-inflammatory properties. Propolis has been suggested to have a role in treating certain cancers as well.
Today, propolis is an ingredient found in many beauty and skin care products and the compound is used for:
Our all natural Propolis Powder is harvested straight from the hive. We harvest Propolis when the weather is cold and when it is brittle and easier to manage. Each jar is typically 75g of all natural Propolis. We suggest you use one teaspoon in a paper filter for one cup of tea. If you prefer a stronger blend of propolis, ru..
Propolis is collected from tree sap and various other plants by honeybees. It contains awide range of vitamins and minerals and is believed to be an antioxidant as well. Propolis may also be useful as an antibiotic and antifungal supplement with several potential health benefits. Many people ingest propolis tincture, amixture of propolis extract and food-grade alcohol, because they believe i..
Our Raw Propolis Chunks are harvested straight from the hive. We harvest Propolis when the weather is cold and when it is brittle and easier to manage.Each chunk is typically 500 mg's of pure propolis but can be up to 1000 mg's in size. We suggest you simply chew the Propolis chunks like gum. Chew it for as long as you can. For good health, chew 1-3 small Propolis chunks ..