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Propolis Tincture

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Product Description

Propolis is a natural antibiotic, with powerful antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, anti-viral and anti-fungal properties providing powerful support to the immune system. 

Propolis is a natural substance made by bees to sterilise and protect the hive against infection.  Honeybees collect resins from the bark and sticky buds of plants which they are mix with beeswax and enzymes, producing a powerful substance rich in bioactive compounds with potent protective effects.

New Zealand propolis has particularly high levels of these important bioactive components.  Containing bioflavonoids, phenolic acids and esters including CAPE (Caffeic Acid Phenethyl Ester),

Propolis can help with:

  • Oral Health - Sore throat, gum infection, cavity prevention
  • Immune & Respiratory Health - Viral, bacterial or fungal infections
  • Digestive Health - Stomach ulcers, gastritis
  • Healthy Skin - topically for acne, shingles, skin infections
  • Relief from the effects of Lyme disease

We also stock propolis capsules for those who prefer a capsule to taking drops of tincture.

One propolis capsule contains the equivalent of 4 drops of tincture.

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  1. Recommend this product

    Posted by C.C on 23rd Sep 2019

    I use this as part of my Lyme disease protocol. Also found when added to my face lotion, is a great acne treatment.

  2. Propolis tincture

    Posted by Zolo on 14th Feb 2019

    You would not get sick if you use this product

  3. Using for Lyme Disease

    Posted by rebecca on 18th Apr 2018

    Have been using for a few months, seems to be helping with my inflammation and bloating!

  4. A Great propolis

    Posted by Lisa on 7th Mar 2017

    Manuka propolis is dark and thick and I like the way it mixes in the water. Use this as part of Lyme Disease protocol.

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