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Propolis for adults Substance:
20% propolis in ethanol What is propolis:
Propolis is a resinous substance collected by working bees from tree buds and secreted by their glands. The colour of propolis varies from dark green to coffee green – turning darker over time. It has a distinctive aroma and a somewhat bitter flavour. It is composed of resin, wax, essential oils and pollen and is rich in minerals, especially iron and zinc. Effects:
Propolis has long been used in folk medicine but is now also used in orthodox medicine as its invaluable therapeutic qualities have been widely recognised. It is used in the treatment of vascular diseases, asthma, gastric and duodenal ulcers, gastritis and various mouth and throat inflammations. Propolis is successfully used as a medical agent in the treatment of various skin diseases such as burns, different types of eczema, warts and haemorrhoids and is also effective in stimulating the regeneration of tissue. Consumption:
Use twenty drops of propolis in a glass of lukewarm water, tea or milk, or on a sugar cube, three times a day. How to store:
Store in a cool and dry place.. Expiration date: