Propolis Spray 50ml.
Powerful, Natural Antibiotic
What is Propolis?
Honeybees gather propolis, a resin, from tree bark and leaves. They combine this resin with nectar, creating a mix of wax, pollen, and bee bread. They then use this substance to seal their hives, protecting them from outside contaminants. They also use propolis at the entrance to the hive to sterilize themselves as they come and go.
While propolis is just now enjoying a rediscovery, its usefulness can be traced back to the time of Hippocrates, who used it to heal sores and ulcers, internally and externally. Through the ages, historical documents record their use. Culpepper's Complete Herbal refers to ointments of Propolis for inflammation and fever. In WWII, it was used by the Soviet Union to treat battle wounds. Propolis is an excellent natural antibiotic and immune system booster.
Synthetic antibiotics carry with them side effects - propolis, a natural antibiotic, has no such side effects. Propolis has also been shown to fight bacterial strains that have become resistant to synthetic antibiotics.
from "Bee Pollen, Royal Jelly, Propolis, and Honey," by Rita Elkins, M.A. Dr. K. Lund Aagaard who is considered a well-qualified authority on propolis has said, "Nineteen substances of the different chemical structure have been identified so far." These compounds include a number of substances that belong to the flavonoid family including betulene and isovanillin.
Vitamin and Mineral Content from "Bee Pollen, Royal Jelly, Propolis, and Honey," by Rita Elkins, M.A. According to researchers at the Second Leningrad Scientific Conference on the Application of Apiculture (bee culture) in Medicine, Bee Propolis is rich in:
Vitamin A (carotene), Vitamin B1, Vitamin B2, Vitamin B3, biotin, an array of bioflavonoids, albumin, calcium, magnesium, iron, zinc, silica, potassium, phosphorus, manganese, cobalt, and copper
NOTE: Propolis contains 500 more bioflavonoids (vitamin P) than is found in oranges.
Except for vitamin K, Propolis has all the known vitamins. Of the fourteen minerals required by the body, Propolis contains them all with the exception of sulfur.
Propolis is comprised of 50 percent to 70 percent resins and balsams, 30 percent to 50 percent wax, 5 percent to 10 percent Bee Pollen and 10 percent essential oils.
Like Royal Jelly and Bee Pollen, Propolis also contains a number of unidentified compounds which work together synergistically to create a perfectly balanced, nutritive substance.Primary Applications
Allergies, bruises, burns, cancer, herpes, zoster, fatigue, sore throats, nasal congestion, respiratory ailments, acne, skin disorders, sunburn, shingles, respiratory infections, flu, colds, coughs, ulcers, and wounds
DOSAGE 2 to 3 sprays into mouth 3 to 5 times daily, 20 minutes before meals, or when feeling hungry. Ensure you drink at least 6 glasses of water daily. May be taken with fruit juice, herbal tea, or water. Quickslim is also available in 50ml drops
Formulated by a qualified registered herbalist.
CONTRA-INDICATIONS: Consult your physician if pregnant, lactating, or being treated for any chronic illness.