Propolis natural remedy
Propolis comes from the resinous substances that bees pick from leaves, buds and bark of conifers, poplars and plums. These substances are mixed with enzymes, waxes and pollen residues and deposited in the hive for use in filling cracks.
Propolis is presented in the form of a solid mass, brownish brown, with greenish shades, non-homogeneous structure, marbled appearance, hard consistency and traces of impurities.
Benefits of propolis
Propolis contains resin, wax, ethereal oils, pollen, various impurities and other substances such as: flavonoids, tannins, plantoncids, antibiotics, minerals (iron, magnesium, zinc). It has anesthetic properties (3.6 times stronger than cocaine and 5.2 times more than novocain), bactericides, antivirals, antifungals, laryngitis, tracheitis, sinusitis, rhinitis, influenza, bronchitis, pneumonia. It is given 1-3 grams/day, very well chewed in the mouth.
It is also a good remedy in the case of gastric and duodenal ulcers, gastritis, colitis as well as in the disturbance of the intestinal flora. 1-3 grams/day of granules put in a little water is administered. After obtaining the healing, take daily, for one week, a teaspoon of the following preparation dissolved in tea: 125 g honey and 3 g propolis.
It can also be used in bronchial asthma, allergic rhinitis, chronic hepatitis, anemia, cancer (causes increased body resistance), varicose ulcer, chronic eczema, burns, frostbite (for external use).