Propolis Tincture, 10% natural antibiotic from Bhutan, 15ml
Bee Propolis is gathered by bees from the leaf buds or bark of trees. So far 17 chemical substances in propolis have been described, some of which are: cinnamic acid, vanillin and an aromatic unsaturated acid characterized by antibacterial effects on certain gram-positive and gram-negative micro organisms.
For honey bees, propolis is used as a kind of glue. They use it to seal cracks and crevices in the hive to make it less drafty when it is cold. Propolis is sticky when it is warm and it is difficult to deal with when it is hard.
Benefits of Propolis Tincture
Propolis is a natural substance collected by honeybees from buds and trees. Propolis contains tree resin, essential oils, waxes and bioflavonoids. Bioflavonoids are one of the most important components in Propolis.
The antioxidant effect of bioflavonoids may help to maintain a healthy immune system This unique natural substance is subject to tests for potency and quality. Bee Health guarantee the bioflavonoids present are naturally occurring flavonoids, with no synthetic substances added.
Bee Health´s Propolis Liquid can be used externally or internally.
When used internally it has an immediate effect and is ideal for gargling or as a mouth wash. When used externally Bee Health Propolis Liquid coats the skin with a protective layer.
Internal use: Can be used to drink or gargle, 4-5 drops in half a glass of warm liquid once or twice a day.
External use: Apply to the skin where necessary using a cotton bud or piece of linen moistened with the liquid.
- Alcoholic solution
- 10% propolis
- Net Weight: 15ml
- High Potency Propolis (50%)
- Store in a cool, dry place
- Keep out of reach of children
About the producer
"OGOP aims to support economic development & increase community products by mobilizing all avaliable resources in order to promote grassroots community by adding more value to products made with local wisdom, tradition, culture & the community's resources which make them unique products"- The Queen's Project (Bhutan)