Non Alcholic Propolis 30ml
Propolis is a compound produced by bees thought to fight infections, heal wounds, and more.
Propolis is best known for its antibacterial properties.
In fact, it seems able to act directly on the bacteria, stopping their proliferation.
Propolis does not only fight against bacteria: many studies also show its effectiveness against fungi, in particular candida and fungi that cause mycosis of the skin, and against viruses, especially some influenza and respiratory viruses. Propolis takes our defenses all round: its immunostimulating action helps the immune system to be ready and reactive in case of need. Not only for internal use: propolis has shown properties that are no less important for the skin. In fact, its healing and anti-inflammatory actions make propolis an effective remedy to speed up wound healing and to treat dermatitis and psoriasis. Finally, the high concentration of flavonoids with antioxidant action, makes propolis a potential help also against the problems of the cardiovascular system.
The mother tincture of propolis is a hydroalcoholic preparation obtained by cold maceration in hydroalcoholic solvent, obtained in this case from the fresh product. cough, inflammatory states of the tongue or gums, colds accompanied by disorders of the respiratory system. Thanks to the mother tincture of propolis, fungi and viruses, especially of the skin and mucous membranes, such as herpes simplex, dermatitis , psoriasis, eczema, burns, insect bites or wounds. It also treats mouth symptoms such as gingivitis, toothache, abscess, canker sores, pyorrhea, stomatitis and other inflammations. Propolis also counteracts seasonal ailments such as flu and colds. It is also used in cases of capillary fragility and difficult digestion.
From 5 to 30 drops are used two or three times a day, depending on the case, after shaking the product well. You can also gargle, especially useful in case of sore throat, inhalations or localized rinses.For topical use it is used for dabbing or brushing or you can extract the soft propolis extract, obtained from the evaporation of alcohol from the dye.
It can also be used in hot tea or milk or hot water, perhaps with a little honey, to counteract the bitter taste.