Bee Propolis (65% Tincture 1 oz)*
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Bee Propolis (65% Tincture 1 oz)
Propolis is a type of glue made by bees from the resins of trees, such as poplar, birch and horse chestnut. Bees gather the resins, mix it with a nectar they secrete, and take it back to the hive, where it is used to sterilize the hive and seal it from invaders. Bee propolis decontaminates the hive, making the vulnerable bees resistant to viruses and bacteria that could cause infection and disease in the hive.They combine it with beeswax to fortify and sterilize their hives. Propolis has been traditionally used for centuries to support human health.*
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Questions and answers:
Question: Is Propolis safe for kids 7 and up?
- A: Bee Propolis is suitable for children at ½ the adult dose. If you use the liquid, do not put directly in the mouth. It does not mix well with liquid because it is waxy and can stick to the teeth. Put a drop into water, juice, tea, etc., and drink the glob whole. It would probably be better to get the capsule and open up and mix in liquid or sprinkle on food. Caution: People allergic to bees or bee products may be more likely to experience allergic reactions.
Question: What product can one take for std infection and the full dose for the infection?
- A: There are many kind of std's, bacterial, parasitic, fungal, bacterial, and viral. Bee propolis has powerful antifungal and anti-bacterial properties. http://www.sexualityandu.ca/stis-stds/types-of-stis-stds We do have a homeopathic product called Borax 9c that may help with certain STD's and yeast related problems. You can view that product with the link below. http://www.seacoast.com/borax-9c/boiron/p207 The dosage for this Bee Propolis Tincture is 15 drops directly in mouth before mealtime, 2 times per day. Also here is some additional information on Bee Propolis you might find of interest. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3094883/
Question: What are the differences in the use of propolis tincture and propolis spray?
- A: The difference between the tincure and the spray is the delivery. The tincture will be used by drops into the mouth and the spray will be sprayed into the mouth. Bee propolis is commonly used to support cellular function and immune support. Bee Propolis is especially beneficial when used during the cold winter months.