Stay healthy with ancient remedy - Propolis!

Stay healthy with ancient remedy - Propolis!

In winter, viruses and bacteria abound like snowflakes.

Work and school environments test our immune systems every day. 

But don’t despair!

Our secret weapon called PROPOLIS will help you and the family stay well during the cold, dark months of winter.

What is propolis?

For thousands of years, propolis has played a role in the health of humanity. 

In the days of Hippocrates, propolis was used to heal open sores and ulcers, including internal ones. In ancient Egypt, propolis was used in the process of mummification. In Europe, propolis was said to relieve inflammation and fever, and in World War II it was used to dress wounds sustained in battle.

Over the years, it’s been used to fight tuberculosis, colitis, viruses (including

the flu virus), and even acne. It’s been shown to be effective against harmful bacteria including staphylococcus. It’s also been used to enhance the immune system, which makes it doubly effective as an antibiotic – not only does it kill germs; it also boosts your own germ-fighting capabilities.

Propolis is making a comeback today, making its way into supplements and even toothpaste.

Our folk medicine is teaching us how to take propolis, from its experience. It’s good to know what worked for centuries and learn how to adjust the dosage to our daily conditions.

Propolis tincture works in many cases.

Weakened immune system:

20 – 30 drops, 3 times per day, for three weeks.

Stomach pains:

25 drops in 100 ml of water. The pains will soon ease.

Sore throat:

20 drops in 100-150ml of warm water or tea with a teaspoon of raw honey

Daily use:

10-15 drops in a cup of warm water

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