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What everyone should know about Propolis

By Carolin 

bees propolis

is a building material. It is a kind of wax that the bees use to join cells together into honeycombs. It’s also used of isolation of the beehive and for disinfection. Propolis has been used as medication since the days of Hypocrites for its miraculous anti-fungal, antibacterial and anti-viral properties.

Use propolis benefits to:

  • Ease inflammation in the gum or tongue
  • Remove cold sores
  • Remove
  • Heal serious sunburn, cuts and burns
  • Remove corns and warts
  • Heal and prevent scars
  • Stimulate immune system
  • Help remove toxins from the body
  • Stimulate digestion
  • Protect against constipation

Propolis can be bought as capsules or powder. The power can be consumed in juice or herbal tea.

An excellent product for skin problems is propolis extract with minimum 50% propolis.
A regular bath with some propolis extract gives an outstanding protection against fetal skin problem.

Use propolis tincture in your juice or directly in your month to stimulate digestion, boost immune system and detoxify your body. For warts, acne, cold sores and other skin problems dab directly on the effected area.

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2 Responses to “What everyone should know about Propolis”

  1. Samantha from rid pimples on June 10th, 2009 11:08 am

    Is this the same as amoxicillin and cefaflexin? Could it be of use to sore throats?

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  2. Carolin on June 10th, 2009 10:24 pm

    Not at all.
    Propolis is a natural bee product. Amoxicillin and cefaflexin are drugs.
    Propolis can be used for sore throats. My favorite remedy for sore throat is fresh lemon juice and honey.

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