What is propolis?
People engaged in beekeeping has long been. Today, professionals breed honey bees and get a whole range of products: from honey to propolis, from bee venom to pollen.
What is propolis? In another it is called bee glue, it is, indeed, adhesive substances collected by bees from the spring buds of birch, alder, poplar and other trees and processed with the help of special enzymes. The dark resinous substance obtained in this way is used by bees to gloss over holes or cracks in the hive, protecting themselves from drafts, foreign objects and maintaining the necessary microclimate.
What does propolis treat?
The widespread use of propolis in medicine is provided by many useful substances in its composition. It is used in the treatment of hernia and flux, ulcers and ulcers, pneumonia, bronchitis and many inflammatory processes. It quickly and effectively heals wounds, heals women's and men's diseases, skin problems, infectious diseases and tuberculosis. Even veterinarians often use this amazing product to treat animals.
How is propolis useful?
A natural immune modulator, propolis will help fight against avitaminosis, seasonal weakness or fatigue and strengthen the immune system. The antiviral and antibacterial properties of propolis help to destroy harmful microbes and prevent the development of putrefactive processes.
The use of propolis for the prevention and treatment of diseases is very popular.