Ready to use dye.
The propolis propolis tincture alone, thanks to the synergy of the essential oils and echinacea.
Propolis is made by bees from their secretions and the resins they collect from the buds.
Carried in the baskets of the hind legs, just like the pollenThese resins are used by the masons as soon as they return to the hive; once transformed into propolis, they are used as sealing mortar for the hive structures, but also as a smoothing coating and aseptic varnish for the cells where the queen lays her eggs.
Propolis can be chewed directly in its raw state; however, it is more generally used after purification, mixed with other substances.
Rich in vitamins A, B, C and E, it is also rich in many trace elements such as manganese, selenium, zinc, zinc oxide, zinc oxide and zinc oxide iron and the magnesium. It increases cellular metabolism and effectively stimulates the body's defences.
- Strengthening of the immune system.
- Respiratory System Conditions (nosethroat, ear).
- Skin conditions.
- Effective against colds.
- Recommended in winter and when throats and respiratory tracts are more sensitive.
Internal use: 2-3 drops several times a day, as needed, pure or diluted in a teaspoon of syrup
To be consumed pure or diluted in honey (or in 1 teaspoon of syrup).
Do not put in water.
Precautions for use :
Not recommended for pregnant women (presence ofessential oils)
Propolis* 10%, alcohol* 50% vol, Echinacea mother tincture*, essential oil of lemongrass* (Cimbopogon citratus), essential oil cinnamon* (Cinnamomum zeylanicum), Tea-tree* essential oil (Melaleuca alternifolia), Niaouli* essential oil (Melaleuca quinquenervia), essential oil of eucalyptus radiata* (Eucalyptus radiata).
*Product from Organic Agriculture.
15 ml bottle with dropper.
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