How is Propolis collected?

Each bee colony contains several Propolis-manufacturing, who forage for tree resin on warm days when the substance is soft and pliable.

As the bee gathers the resin she blends it with beeswax, secreted from a gland in her abdomen, to create Propolis. The Propolis is kneaded, or moulded, into tiny balls and placed into pollen “baskets” on her hind legs. The amazing worker bee can carry close to her own weight and may buzz about, gathering resin and turning it into Propolis, for an hour before returning to the hive with a full load.

For use in health products, Propolis is scraped from wooden hive parts or gathered on specially designed collection mats. Beeswax and other impurities are removed and the raw product is processed for use in a variety of Propolis products.

The Natural Life™Propolis range of products includes:
Natural Life™ Propolis Liquid (alcohol free, 25ml)
Natural Life™ Propolis and Manuka Honey spray (peppermint flavour, 30ml)
Natural Life™Propolis capsules (60 or 365 caps)
Natural Life™Propolis soap with Manuka Honey, Tea Tree oil and Eucalyptus oil
Natural Life™Propolis toothpaste
Natural Life™Propicol and Manuka Honey lozenges (24 pack)

All Natural Life™Propolis and Natural Life™Royal Jelly products are selected from only the purest beehives – free from chemical or antibiotic sprays.

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