The benefits of Propolis

  • Strengthen immune function
  • Antioxidant
  • Treat throat and mouth infections
  • Heal abrasions, cuts and wounds

Propolis is a powerful, natural immunity booster with recognised antibacterial value.

Rich in amino acids – molecules that are critical to life and important for healthy immune system function – and high in vitamins (including vitamins A, B1, B2, B3 and B-complex vitamins), Propolis is also rich in bioflavonoid (vitamin P).

Bioflavonoids are the natural pigments that give many plants their bright orange and yellow colour. Bioflavonoids are known for their antioxidant abilities and are found in abundance in oranges; yet Propolis contains nearly 500 times more bioflavonoids than oranges.

Propolis also contains calcium, magnesium, potassium, phosphorus and albumin – a water-soluble protein found in egg whites. In fact, like other health-giving bee products such as Royal Jelly and honey, Propolis contains a vast, complex range of compounds that work in synergy to create a balanced and nutritious substance.

With such marvelous bacteria-fighting qualities, it is little wonder that humans have benefited from the use of Propolis for millennia. Ancient Egyptians, Greeks and Romans utilised Propolis for its healing properties, and Propolis preparations for the treatment of mouth and throat infections were recorded in the 12th century. As recently as 1600, Propolis was listed as a medicinal drug in England.

Today, Natural Life™ has created a range of Propolis products in a variety of forms – including liquids, sprays, lozenges and capsules – giving you easy access to this powerful immunity booster.

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