Propolis has a healing effect on the digestive system. It stimulates its regular functioning and protects stomach cells from alcohol-caused damage.
Experiences with NATIVE PROPOLIS show that it can be effective in constipation prevention.

Gastric ulcer and duodenal ulcer Due to its anaesthetic and healing properties, propolis has been used in treatment of gastric and duodenal ulcer for a long time. The practice of using NATIVE PROPOLIS has shown rapid healing effect on duodenal ulcers.This is probably due to its anti-inflammatory properties, forming of film over the mucous membrane, reduction of gastric acidity and soothing the smooth musculature cramps.

Large intestine inflammation
Clinical as well as our own experiences in the application of propolis have shown a very beneficial effect on chronic large intestine inflammation (colitis).

Large intestine carcinoma
It prevents lesion of the large intestine that can cause the development of carcinoma. When the carcinoma has already developed it slows down its growth, kills the tumour cells and reduces the risk of metastasizing to the liver. Combined with cytostatics, it diminishes the progress of abdomen carcinoma considerably and the recuperation of white and red blood cells is more rapid, compared to using only cytostatics.
Therefore, it could be used, with a compulsory physician recommendation, in addition to the cytostatic therapy, because it improves the immune system and alleviates the consequences of chemotherapy.

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