Propolis is a natural resin mixture, which is made by bees from certain parts of plants, buds and secretions. Due to the wax and mechanical properties of propolis, bees use propolis to seal openings and cracks, smooth the inner wall, and act as a protective barrier against foreign invaders (such as snakes, lizards, etc.) or weathering threats such as wind and rain when building and repairing beehives. Bees collect propolis from different plants, mainly from poplar in temperate climate. The current antibacterial applications of propolis include the treatment of cold syndrome (upper respiratory tract infection, common cold and influenza like infection), wound healing, burns, acne, herpes simplex and genitalia, and neurodermatitis.
High Concentration Matrine Propolis
Features: Propolis contains flavonoids, a variety of natural amino acids, vitamins and trace elements necessary for human body, etc. it helps to heal wounds quickly and promote cell regeneration. Long term consumption of propolis also helps to strengthen the body.
It may be suitable for multidisciplinary rehabilitation:
a) Oral intake: Three times a day, 3 to 10 drops each time; drop it into the throat with head up, then take it with warm water;
b) External use: dip propolis with cotton swab, and then apply it to affected area of mouth or skin.
Ingredients: propolis, ethanol, matrine
Caution: allergen: contains bee products and ethanol, individual may have allergic reaction to bee products, propolis or ethanol. If it's for the first time, it's recommended to apply a drop on the skin on the back of the hand, and remove it after 5 minutes. If there is no allergic redness, it's suitable for eating; if there is allergic redness, it's not suitable for eating! Please note that propolis is not suitable for pregnant women and infants.
This product is a food supplement, not a substitute for medicine
If you do not understand the cause of the problem or the problem persists, please consult your doctor as soon as possible
This product can not be loaded in metal containers, so as not to affect the quality.
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