Propolis alcohol free extract 50ml Drasanvi
Propolis alcohol free extract 50ml bottle. 12% propolis & echinacea. Alcohol free. Forest fruits flavor. Propolis is an excellent natural antibiotic that stimulates defenses against infections and has numerous therapeutic properties for health.
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Propolis is an excellent natural antibiotic that stimulates defenses against infections and has numerous therapeutic properties for health. Propolis is indicated especially in case of respiratory infections. We tell you what it is, how it works, what it is for, its indications and contraindications
Propolis extract dosage
Children under 12 years: Take 2 ml (30 drops) twice a day. It can be taken directly or diluted in water.
Adults: Take 2 ml (30 drops) 3 times a day. They can be taken directly or diluted in water
Propolis extract ingridients
Propolis concentrated extract without alcohol, is a food supplement. Based on pure Propolis and Echinacea. Dransanvi used a first quality Propolis added in the form of a dry extract. Ensuring a degree close to 12% in Galangina (Bioflavonoid).
Aroma of forest fruits
What is propolis
Propolis is a substance made by bees from the buds and resins of trees, which mixed in their mouth with wax and salivary secretions leads to the amunfacturing of propolis. It has different uses in the beehive. The bees use it to seal the hives. The bees use propolis to defend themselves against the attack of viruses and bacterias. It is interesting to know that the animals embalmed with propolis inside the hives do not rot.
Propolis has a very complex chemical composition that includes active principles, among which bioflavonoids, responsible for its antibiotic action. Before discovering penicillin, ancient peoples used propolis as a powerful antibiotic to heal wounds and prevent them from becoming infected under the action of microorganisms
Precautions and contraindications of propolis
Propolis should be used for specific periods, and never continuously.
If we exceed the amounts or in time, it can cause different gastrointestinal disorders.
Some people may be allergic to propolis. Allergic reactions can cause sores in the mouth, irritation, digestive upset or diarrhea.
The use of propolis in pregnant women and infants should be followed exclusively by medical prescription.
Propolis is discouraged in case of allergic asthma