Propolis pure without adding, 100% extract glycerined

Propolis pure without adding, 100% extract glycerined

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Propolis pure without the addition of 50 ml pleasant tasting, 100% extract glycerined. Suitable for children. Produced by France-based Propolis brunette of european descent.

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For SWITZERLAND: in order to comply with the Swiss law, we do not sell propolis in Switzerland.


The propolis 100 % safe, 100% pure, 100% extract glycerined
propolis is suitable for children !

Mode of employment

Propolis should be taken preferably 10 minutes before eating.

From 12 years : 10 to 20 drops, 3 times per day, pure or diluted in a little water for internal use or external.
From 5 to 11 years : 5 to 10 drops, 3 times per day
Less than 5 years : between 1 to 5 drops, 3 times per day, diluted in a little water.

In the event of a problem, triple the dose. Dosages actual vary according to individual needs.
Known and used since ancient times, propolis is today regarded as the ally of the natural defenses, oral hygiene and of the ENT.


Keep in a dry place, protected from light and heat, after opening store in the refrigerator.

A manufacturing method preserving the active ingredients of the propolis

Extraction sweetness of the active principles of propolis, by a process which is non-denaturing maceration in vegetable glycerine.

Several separation steps are required to extract the active principles of propolis.


For people allergic to hive products.

This food supplement is not a drug, not to exceed the daily dose indicated, do not use as a substitute for a varied diet.

Keep out of reach of young children.

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We are at your disposal at 0800 40 00 30 (France) or 0033 4 67 24 83 84 (other countries).

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rayon de mielWhat is the Propolis ?

With the honey and the royal jelly, the propolis is manufactured by bees from the resin of trees. After collecting the resin, which the bees transform it into a mixture very sticky and antimicrobial they use to repair and clean their hive.

Its properties are antibacterial, antiseptic and anti-fungal disinfect the hive and prevents outbreaks of viruses and bacteria.

Some bees live in hollow trees and coat the walls with propolis. Researchers from the University of Minnesota have shown that these bees had a better immune system and a bacterial load low in comparison to other colonies without a coating of propolis.

Thus, although bees never eat propolis, this substance is unique plays a key role in the immune system. Thanks to its properties, propolis can boost our immune system and improve our overall health.

History of Propolis

Historical documents suggest that the ancient Egyptians, Romans, Greeks and Jews were already using the Propolis. The medical use of propolis has a long history, -350, at the time of Aristotle, the greeks were using pure heal the abscess. The Assyrians also used for healing wounds and tumors and Egyptians for mummification. These are historically known for embalming their dead to the next life. Part of this preparation was inspired by observing the bees. When an intruder is killed in a bee-hive but can not be evacuated, the bees cover his body with wax and propolis. They prevent the spread of diseases that can be transmitted by the decomposition of the intruder. It is in the 60s that these antibacterial properties of propolis have been demonstrated by scientists.

Hippocrates, the father of western medicine, has also mentioned in his writings the medicinal uses of this substance incredible. This famous healer used propolis to treat wounds and ulcers of any kind. Another Greek physician Dioscorides Pedanios, born between the years 20 and 40 ap. J.-C., Anazarbe of Cilicia, and died around 90 ap. J.-C, speaks of the propolis to treat chronic cough, and skin problems.

In the jewish culture, the use of "tzori" (the propolis in Hebrew) in the common medicine. There are biblical references to a balm of Gilead that exactly describes what we now call propolis. This ancient balm was given to king Solomon by the queen of Sheba as a gift. The Jews venerated this substance and used it in their sacred rituals as a component of their incense was burned twice daily in the Holy Temple of Jerusalem.

Throughout the history of the roman old, you can find different individuals making reference to this wonderful glue (propolis) used for a wide range of infections, ranging from pain relief from the tendons or ulcers inflamed the removal of tumors. There was a time when this substance was so widely used by doctors that it was sold more expensive than the honey.

Propolis is also used against canker sores and infections caused by bacteria (including tuberculosis), by viruses (including flu, H1N1 "swine" flu, H3N1 and the common cold), by fungus, and by single-celled organisms called protozoa. It is also used against cancer of the nose and throat, to stimulate the immune system and for treating gastrointestinal (GI), including the problems, Helicobacter pylori infection, peptic ulcer disease. Propolis is also effective as an anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory agent.

Propolis is also applied directly on the skin for the cleaning of the sores, the herpes and fever blisters, rinse the mouth, which speeds up healing after oral surgery and for the treatment of minor burns (for burns more severe it is important to use thecolloidal silver)

Propolis is regularly used as an ingredient in the manufacture of cosmetic products.

How it works?

The propolis seems to have activity against bacteria, viruses and fungi. It may also have anti-inflammatory effects and help the healing of the skin.

May be effective against

  • The buttons of fever.
  • Reduces the pain of cold sores.
  • The genital herpes.
  • Surgery to the inside of the mouth, improves the healing and reduce the pain and swelling after surgery.
  • The canker sores.
  • Inflammation of the uterus (cervicitis).
  • Infection in the intestinal tract.
  • Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori).
  • Minor burns.
  • Candidiasis.
  • Infections of the upper respiratory tract.
  • Vaginitis.
  • Wounds cancer.
  • Tb.
  • Infections.
  • Nose and throat cancer.
  • Improves the immune response.
  • Ulcers.
  • The stomach and intestinal disorders.
  • Injuries.
  • Inflammation.
  • Cold sores treatment
  • Treatment of the common cold
  • Flu treatments
  • Candida albicans
  • Aphtous ulcer
  • Genital warts
  • Herpes simplex
  • Herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1)
  • Herpes simplex viruses (HSV)
  • Type of herpes simplex virus 2 (HSV-2)
  • Minor burns
  • Treatment of vaginal candidiasis
  • Treatment vaginitis
  • Treatment Vulvovaginitis
  • Treatment of yeast infection


Propolis and side effects

Propolis is SAFE when it is taken orally or applied to the skin appropriately. For people who are allergic to bees or bee products, it can cause adverse reactions. The pastilles containing propolis can cause irritation and mouth ulcers.

Precautions & warnings:

Pregnancy and breast-feeding: there is not enough reliable information about the safety to take the propolis if you are pregnant or nursing. Instead, use thecolloidal silver orgrapefruit seed extract

Asthma: some experts believe that propolis may worsen asthma. Avoid using propolis if you have asthma.

Coagulation of the blood: a certain chemical in propolis might slow blood clotting. Taking propolis might increase the risk of bleeding in people with bleeding disorders.

Allergies: do not use propolis if you are allergic to bees, honey, conifers, poplars, balsam of Peru, and the salicylates.

Surgery: a certain chemical in propolis might slow blood clotting. Taking propolis might increase the risk of bleeding during and after surgery. Stop taking propolis 2 weeks before the surgery.

Interaction with propolis

We currently have no information on interactions of propolis


We invite you to consult your doctor who will determine your exact needs in propolis. It is your responsibility to ensure with the latter, as these products can be a complement to your treatment without interacting with it. The propolis should be used in the context of a varied diet, balanced and healthy lifestyle. cannot be held responsible for any disadvantages arising to a non-conforming use of propolis.


Do not exceed the daily dose indicated.
Keep out of reach of children

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