Propolis oil 32ml

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Propolis oil is a non-alcoholic version of propolis tincture. We recommend a few drops to drink to boost immunity or 2-3 drops for dry eczematous skin. More

Manufacturer: CERA MEL s.r.o.

Propolis is a natural substance created by bees from resin, wax and bee enzymes, in which up to 34 medicinal ingredients can be found. Propolis contains 50-60% resins, 10-12% essential oils and about 5% pollen. These substances have very beneficial effects on the human body. The wide spectrum of hydrocarbons, terpenoids, fatty acids, vitamins and other organic substances represent a rich community not found elsewhere in nature.

Propolis is a supportive remedy for colds and viral diseases of the upper respiratory tract, to suppress infections and inflammation in the oral cavity and nasopharynx. It is suitable for eczematous skin diseases.

It is a pure bee product that does not contain any other solvents or chemical additives.

COMPOSITION:

Sunflower oil, propolis.

NOTICE:

Propolis can cause an allergic reaction. If itching or swelling of the mouth or throat occurs, stop use and consult your doctor.

You can detect a propopolis allergy by rubbing your wrist on your palm. As long as the skin does not turn red within 24 hours, you can use propolis.

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How to use propolis oil?

Propolis oil is an effective and proven remedy against a lot of diseases:

  • all fever-inducing diseases: 30 drops 3 times a day,
  • female transition one full year before the expected transition: 1 x daily 10 drops,
  • inflammation of the male prostate gland: 3 times a day, 1 teaspoon in 0.1 l of water,
  • elevated blood pressure: 1 x daily 30 drops in the evening before going to bed,
  • inflammation of the kidneys and liver: 2 x daily 1 teaspoon in 0.1 litre of warm water, with treatment to be interrupted every 14 days and repeated until cured,
  • angina, sore throat, flu, etc.: 1 teaspoon into 0.2 litres of warm water and gargle frequently daily,
  • stomach ulcer or duodenal ulcer: 1 teaspoon in 0.1 l of warm milk in the morning on an empty stomach,
  • blistering and swelling: apply propolis compresses to the affected areas,
  • for healing skin defects: rub the affected areas with the tincture,
  • aftershave: 1 teaspoon into 0,1 l of warm water,
  • infections and diseases caused by bacteria: 5 cl of tincture in ¼ litre of boiled water for rubbing,
  • respiratory problems: 2 times a week, 5 cl of tincture in ¼ l of hot water for inhalation over the solution,
  • fungal diseases of the legs and arms: rub the affected areas with the tincture,
  • toothache: place a swab soaked in tincture on the sore tooth,
  • stomach and abdominal pains: 1 teaspoon into 0.1 l of warm water for drinking,
  • 1st degree burns and blisters, old wounds, bedsores: first wash the affected areas with a decoction of burdock, then rub with the tincture,
  • hangover cure: 50 drops in 0.1 l of cold water for drinking,
  • strengthening immunity: 1 drop for each kilogram of weight, dividing the total number of drops into 3 doses during the day.

Protect the propolis from contact with metal. Test for allergies to propolis before use. Rub a piece of skin on the inside of your forearm. If you don't get rashes within 24 hours, you can use it with gusto. If you are taking it for a long time, take a short break.