Health Benefits of Bee Propolis
It is amazing what healing properties can be found in bee propolis, a substance produced by bees. I believe, we can find the cure for every disease know to man in nature. This is why we need to be concerned when there is a decline in the bee and plant population. Bees are necessary for the health and continuation of plant life on earth. Their ability to pollinate flowering trees and plants is mandatory for survival.
They also produce things like, pollen, honey, wax, propolis, and even the poison from their stingers, have know to promote healing of severe arthritis and other crippling conditions. Just about everything bees produce, can be used to help mankind. They are one of the few insects that produce a super-food (honey) eaten by humans.
How it is Produced
Propolis, is a sticky resin which seeps from the buds of certain trees and the barks of trees. It is broken down and blended with bee wax secreted from bees.
It is also used to line the nursery compartments, using its antiseptic benefits for make sure the nursery remains healthy and bacterial free. It has powerful properties and works as an:
- boost the immune system
Because propolis works as an antibiotic it act to destroy bad bacteria while keeping good bacteria in balance. It is also helps in those who have built a tolerance for regular antibiotics.
- Bee propolis can help prevent cancer
- can be applied to a wound prevent infection
- used to sooth eczema
- applied to warts
- used for colds and upper respiratory conditions
You can taken it in liquid form, diluted in warm water, a capsule or used as a cream.
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