Bee Propolis has been around for at least 45 million years and has been known for it's healing properties for centuries. Propolis acts as an antibiotic and helps fight disease and runaway cell breakdown.
PROPOLIS Bee propolis is a resinous material, gathered by bees from the leaf buds and bark of trees, especially poplars. This substance has been around for at least 45 million years, and has recently been "rediscovered" for its healing properties. Propolis begins with a sticky substance from trees. The bees use this propolis as glue to seal up any holes or cracks in the hives. For the hive, propolis not only acts a glue but also as a preservative for the hive. For us humans, propolis may act as is a remarkable antibiotic that helps fight disease reactions within the body. It is said to even helps control runaway cell breakdown. Propolis contains approximately 55 percent resins and balms, 30 percent wax, 10 percent etheric oils and 5 percent pollen. These basic ingredients have dynamic bacteria-destroying power. (150 mg. per caplet)
Swallow 1-3 capsules per day or more if desired as a food supplement.