About Propolis

Honeybees gather propolis from tree bark and leaves. They combine this with nectar, creating a mix of wax, pollen and bee bread. They then use this substance to seal their hives, protecting it from outside contaminates. They also use propolis at the entrance to the hive to sterilise themselves as they come and go.

Propolis is another medical marvel from the beehive. Research shows it offers antiseptic, antibiotic, antibacterial, antifungal and even antiviral properties. ┬áPropolis is nature’s premier preventative. It is also powerful in action, it is often called Russian penicillin in acknowledgement of the extensive research the Russians have mounted on this wonder worker from the bees.

Propolis demonstrates strong antimicrobial properties against various bacterial and fungal infestations. Even strepococcus bacteria have been shown to be sensitive to propolis.

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