Propolis - Definition


Propolis is a substance produced by honeybees from various plant resins, wax and their own saliva.


Propolis can be found in many commercially forms: powder, chewing gum, tablet, in dentifrices ...


Consumed, it improves the immune system. It would also be effective in combating respiratory infections.
Applied to the skin, it promotes the healing of burns, wounds and various skin diseases such as eczema.

Adverse effects

Warning: beyond 3 weeks of treatment, the risk of developing allergic reactions to propolis are high.
Original article published by Jeff. Translated by Crashounette. Latest update on November 23, 2013 at 04:32 AM by Crashounette.
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