Propolis is a resinous solid substance secreted by plants, and bees collect and finalize. Propolis word comes from the Greek word pro - before or in front and polis - the city. It is believed that the name was given because the bees used to defend the hive from the elements and honeycomb sterilization.

Used since ancient times, and is known for its antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal, anesthetic, antioxidant, anticancer and immune-stimulating properties. Although the composition, color, smell and texture of propolis vary widely from hive to hive around the world, it is interesting that its over 300 compounds always have the same effects on the body. Propolis is used in the mummification of Egyptian pharaohs, and to have been the most famous violin makers like Stradivarius violins coated. Because of their properties, called ga medicine 21st century.

Propolis properties




Learn more about the workings of propolis on the organ. Click on the image for visual display.

The influence of propolis on human body



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