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WHAT IS THE POWER OF PROPOLIS?
WHAT IS PROPOLIS?
Propolis (or bee glue) is a product that bees get from the juices and resins of plants, which these insects mix with wax and their own enzymes. For hives, it serves as a bonding and insulating substance, and, most importantly, prevents pathogens from entering the hive, inhibits fungal growth and disinfects surfaces.
In the 19th century researchers found that a product produced by bees can serve as an excellent means of the prevention of viral infection, since it inhibits the growth of pathogenic microorganisms. This fact was discovered as a result of studying the condition of the hive, in which complete sterility reigns. It turned out that the health of the bee family was maintained precisely thanks to propolis.
COMPOSITION OF PROPOLIS
Propolis is a storehouse of nutrients. It includes:
flavonoids and aromatic acids
aromatic and essential oils
vitamins E, C, H and A
vitamins B1, B2 and B3, B6
amino acids - valine, leucine, methionine, tirizine and others
potassium and silicon, aluminum and copper
iron and phosphorus
chromium, titanium and vanadium
NOT ONLY TRADITIONAL MEDICINE
Not only grandmothers and beekeepers know about the benefits of propolis, it is also actively used by otorhinolaryngologists, dermatologists, pediatricians, gynecologists, etc. Its properties are proved by clinical trials. Most often it is used in medical practice as a bactericidal agent. Propolis adversely affects most pathogens.
This effect is achieved through a combination of the following properties:
APPLICATION AND HEALTHY PROPERTIES
Only the main useful properties and applications of this miracle of nature are presented below. There are many options for its use.
Natural antibiotic and antiseptic, immunobuster
The powerful antiseptic effect of propolis protects a body from pathogenic bacteria and viruses. Besides, unlike synthetic antibiotics, bacteria do not develop resistance to propolis. It also activates the production of immune cells. It`s suitable for protecting mucous membranes of the mouth and nose.
Helps against: - SARS - Cough, runny nose - Bronchitis and pneumonia - Sinusitis, tonsilitis
Application:to spray 2-5 times in a day or to take it orally for 1 table spoon before meals.
Wound healing, anesthesia, disinfection
Propolis has powerful anti-inflammatory properties, provides an analgesic effect and promotes the healing and restoration of cells and tissues. Since ancient times, propolis is known as a local anesthetic. The analgesic property of propolis occurs at the enzymatic level. The bee product also reduces fever.
Propolis has a tonic and restorative value. It`s able to relieve fatigue, to stimulate the energy production and to awaken a “second wind”. In addition, many studies confirm that a regular use significantly reduces the first signs of aging, supports the body in good shape, despite the passport age. This effect conditions numerous antioxidants that protect the body from toxins, awaken internal reserves. And a rich vitamin cocktail complements the anti-aging effect.
Allergy to propolis, bee products and pollen. Be sure to test for allergies in a small area of the skin.
Exercise caution in pancreatitis, liver and gall bladder diseases, kidney stone disease.
It is not recommended to use during pregnancy and breastfeeding due to the lack of special studies.
It is not recommended for eczema, atonic asthma, dermatitis and allergic rhinitis.
Proved by scientists!
Research and articles
A short list of scientific works about propolis written by scientists worldwide are presented below.
Did you know? The emblem of Lower Egypt was a bee, and it was sacred!
A bit of history: It is known that bees existed even 56 million years before the appearance of primitive man. The emblem of Lower Egypt was a bee, it was sacred. The vital products of bees were the object of close attention of the Egyptians, who consumed honey not only as food, but also as a therapeutic, cosmetic and preservative remedy. The Indians used it as an antidote for poisoning by plant, animal and mineral poisons. Hippocrates in his writings mentions the disinfecting, expectorant and life-prolonging effects of honey and recommends it in the treatment of diseases of the stomach, liver, and purulent wounds. To this day, the use of honey and other beekeeping products in various fields of medicine is of significant interest, that will be discussed in this article.
ANTIBACTERIAL AND ANTI-INFLAMMATORY PROPERTIES OF PROPOLIS
The text of the scientific article in the specialty "Fundamental Medicine" Authors: Karomatov Inomjon Dzhuraevich, Turaeva Nargiza Ilkhomovna Read
PROPOLIS AS A BIOLOGICALLY ACTIVE PRODUCT
The text of the scientific article in the specialty "Industrial Biotechnology" Authors: