Coronary heart disease
Role as a natural antibiotic
Functioning as an anti-fungal, anti-bacterial, anti-virus and anti-inflammatory
Addressing infections of the skin, mouth, throat, respiratory tract and gastrointestinal tract
Overcoming dengue fever, tuberculosis and diabetes
It has anti cancer and anti tumor activity
Stimulates cell and tissue regeneration so as to accelerate healing of burns, gastric ulcers and gangrene lesions in diabetics.
Help overcome dependence on drugs
Propolis is a substance produced by honey bees, a mixture of bee saliva (wax enzyme) with wax (wax), balsam, oil, pollen and resin (plant sap). For the bee colony, Propolis is used to patch and protect honeycomb from weather and wind, as well as to sterilize the nest of viruses, bacteria and fungi.
"... ..From the bee stomach out of a variety of colors, in which there are drugs that heal for humans .... "[QS. An-Nahl: 69]
Brazilian Green Propolis (Brazilian Green Propolis) is rich in Flavanoid and Artepilin C. The Propolis is produced by the Africanized bees (strong honey-producing honey bees) that collect resins from plants Bacharis dracunculifolia and Dalbergia sp which have high Bioflavonoids content and are widely encountered in forest- Brazilian jungle.Brazilian Green Propolis contains very complete nutrients, containing more than 180 phytochemicals, including Vitamins (mainly A, B, C, D and E), Minerals (especially Mg, Fe, P, I, Ca , Se and Sa), 16 types of essential amino acids. Some of them are flavonoids and various derivatives of orbanic acid, phytosterols, and terpenoids. These substances are shown to have various anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, antihistamine, antimutagenic, and allergic properties. Flavonoids are antioxidants that can prevent infection and also grow the network.A number of scientific studies by experts have proved that propolis is very safe to eat. Dra. Mulyati Sarto MSi (researcher at the Faculty of Biology UGM), in pre-clinical test proves that the level of propolis toxicity is very low, if not practically non toxic.
This Master of Biology UGM proves that the consumption of propolis in the long term does not cause damage to the blood, liver and kidney organ. It also conducts sub-chronic toxicity testing, and the conclusion is that consumption of propolis in the long-term causes no damage to the blood, liver, and kidneys.