Each pack contains 180 capsules. This is a three month supply, taken two capsules a day providing 1000mg of honeybee propolis. The word propolis comes from the Greek language “defender of the city”. The bees for millions of years have protected their hives from invasion and infection with a sticky, resinous substance called propolis. The elder bees within the hive gather the propolis from the bark and leaf buds of certain trees and plants. The propolis is brought back to the hive, mixed with wax and saliva to creating a greenish brown rubbery substance with which to seal, polish and coat the interior of the hive. This provides the queen bee with a sterile environment in which to hatch her eggs, and ensures that wind, rain, pollution, bugs and parasites are kept out, as well as bacteria.
Developed from nature's pharmacy, the beehive, Honeybee Propolis thus offers strong antibiotic, antiseptic, antiviral, anti-fungal, and anti-inflammatory properties. When used daily, it can help build the body's natural resistance to infections and diseases. So get your body the defense it needs!
* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. It is recommended that a physician be consulted before taking any supplements. Results are not typical and may vary.
Tree Nuts Free
Category: Wellbeing & Immunity
What you get: Each bottle contains 180 capsules
Recommended Dosage: Two capsules a day
What it contains:
- Wheat germ
- 1000 mg Bee propolis
- Honey granules
- Cocoa powder
- Elderberry extract (fruit)
- Carob powder
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Q: Is it recommended to take Honeybee Propolis during pregnancy or while breastfeeding?
A: We recommend that you review all nutritional supplements with your physician prior to use. In particular, pregnant and nursing women should always consult with their primary care physician regarding vitamin intake to ensure that they are not over or under supplementing.
Q: Is Honeybee Propolis safe for children and teenagers?
A: It is recommended that you first consult with a qualified healthcare professional. Most recommendations for daily use are based on an adult.