General-purpose remedy, especially for oral, skin, and respiratory system effects, created from natural honey.
Naturally used by healers for thousands of years, Propolis is used to treat Chlamydia, Candida, Trichomonas and other skin fungi, pathogens, scabs, and to suppress the reproduction of parasites such as worms.
It has pronounced antiseptic (antibacterial, antiviral and antifungal) action, is used as an analgesic, wound healing agent. It increases the body's defenses and promotes rapid healing from a variety of diseases. It is prescribed as a general-purpose remedy in traditional medical healing disciplines.
Protects the respiratory system by reducing inflammation, relieveing the sputum, and fascilitating breathing.
Propolis is well established as a treatment for oral diseases such as stomatitis, gum inflammation and oral ulcers.
It is used in the treatment of harsh wounds and ulcers, of burns and of frostbite. Propolis has a pronounced local analgesic effect, with 5.2x the effective action of novacaine.
It has bactericidal actions due to the presence of special volatile substances in it - phytoncides. These are released from Propolis when heated to body temperature, and became the basis for the treatment of patients with bronchitis, rhinitis and of the trachea.
Weight: 245 g
Ingredients: Natural honey, concentrated Propolis extract.
Oral use: Twice daily and 30 minutes before meals gently apply one spoon onto tongue and wait until completely dissolved. Continue regimen for one month. In exceptional cases it may be necessary to continue treatment for up to three months.
Exterior use: Apply a thin layer directly to burns or freeze damage underneath a bandage and before applying hydrogen peroxide.
Steam Inhalation: Bring water to boil, and mix (item name) with water in a ratio of in a ratio of 1:3 in a small container. Steadily inhale the steam vapor. Apply treatment once in the morning and once in the evening for 10-15 minutes. Healing effects can be enhanced by usage of Wax Propolis Candles.
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