Propolis has antimicrobial, anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory (such as inflammation of the larynx and the respiratory system), immune and antiviral (stimulates and enhances the immune system), antioxidant, healing, and anesthetic properties.
- Pharyngitis, bronchitis, rhinitis, and external otitis
- Small intestine infections, stomach, and ulcers.
- Gingivitis, periodontitis, and oral cavities.
- Fungi, burns, itching, wounds, eczema, and dermatitis
- Arthritis and hemorrhoids or fungi
5 drops a day (2 drops for children) for five days in order to make sure there is no allergic reaction to Propolis. Then, it is suggested to take 10-20 drops per day (4 to 6 drops for children).
Propolis can be taken directly or it can be dissolved in water or juice (20ml)
Direct intake is suggested in case of sore throat (10-15 drops for adults) or gargle with propolis in water.
You can take propolis for two months straight but then it is suggested to cease use for 1 month and then start again. Alternatively, you can take propolis for the first 15 days of each month.
🡆 Propolis can stain surfaces and fabrics thus making them difficult to clean. Bleach or pure alcohol might help in removing stains.
Keep in a cool and dark place or in the fridge.