Propolis is an ancient Greek word, meaning "in defence of the city". Propolis is a resinous substance produced by bees, which they use to seal cracks in the bee hive, and as a disinfectant to prevent against disease. The antibiotic properties of Propolis are the strongest found in nature, and have helped bees survive for thousands of years unchanged. Since ancient times, Propolis has been used to treat stomach aches and ulcers, open wounds, abscesses, coughs and colds. Modern uses also include: tempoary relief from sore throats, cuts, burns, stings and bites, and for general health and well being. Some cancer sufferers have found that taking Propolis has helped their white blood cell counts to rebound after chemotherapy.
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Consult a doctor before use if you have a serious health condition or if taking medication.
Bee products have certain ingredients which can cause severe allergic reactions in certain people. If adverse reaction occurs, stop use immediately and consult your physician.