The benefits and uses of propolis

The benefits and uses of propolis
 

Propolis can be called one of the strongest natural antibiotics that effectively fights bacteria and viruses, inhibits inflammatory processes and pain, promotes tissue regeneration, enhances immunity, lowers cholesterol and stabilizes blood sugar levels. It also has anti-oxidant properties and have no side effects.
The benefits of propolis:
Flavonoids. Flavanoids activate human immune system.
Organic acids. They prevent rotting, fermentation processes, improve metabolism and digestive system.
Essential oils boost immune system, inhibit proliferation of microbes and fungi, stimulate, energize, and relieve stress.
Minerals. Manganese, zinc, copper, nickel, cobalt, calcium, potassium, phosphorus, sulfur, sodium, iron, magnesium are necessary for normal organs work.
Vitamins Bp, B2, B6, C, E and A are necessary for normal organs work, effective functioning of the immune, and hormone balance.

The use of propolis
Today, we can buy a multitude of therapeutic agents from all over the world, but it is the safest and the best to strengthen our bodies using traditional methods. Propolis is considered to be one of the most effective drugs.
Antibacterial effects. Propolis kills 35-40 species of bacteria, but unlike conventional antibiotics, it has no effect to our immune system, digestion and other body functions that are necessary for the good bacteria. Propolis is also beneficial in combination with antibiotics. It reduces bacterial resistance and increases effectiveness of antibiotics.
Regeneration processes. Propolis increases the rate of human cells sharing, so it is great to treat wounds.
Allergies. Propolis relieves allergies, it works on the principle of vaccines. Usually people who are allergic to bee products can still consume propolis. It rarely causes allergic reactions.
Treating teeth, gums, and oral diseases. Propolis has long been used to treat parodontosis, to remove oral and dental plaque, and remove bad breath.

 

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