- Propolis contains tree resin, essential oils, waxes and bioflavonoids
Bioflavonoids are one of the most important components in Propolis
- The antioxidant effects of bioflavonoids may help to maintain a healthy immune system.
- Propolis is a natural substance collected by honey bees from buds and trees
Aqua,Petrolatum, Paraffinum Liquidum, Glyceryl Stearate (and) PEG-100 Stearate, Propolis MPG Extract, Vegetable Glycerin, Cetearyl Alcohol (and) Polysorbate 60 (and) PEG-150 Stearate Stearate-20, Cera Alba, Octyl Palmitate, Polysorbate 20, Phenoxyethanol (and) Methyl Paraben (and) Proply Paraben (and) Bronopol.
Apply liberally and massage into skin, not to be taken internally.
Propolis is a multifunctional material used by bees in the construction of their hives. The use of Propolis by humans has a long history, predated only by the discovery of honey. However, unlike many other 'natural' remedies, there is a substantive database on the biological activity and safety of Propolis indicating that it has a range of beneficial effects in human health. The precise composition of raw Propolis varies with the source. In general, it is composed of resins and vegetable balsams, wax, essential and aromatic oils and pollen. The wax and certain organic materials are removed during processing to create a refined Propolis residue which is used in Bee Health Propolis products. The refining process developed by Bee Health is a bespoke operation using a unique plant especially constructed by the technical engineering team and ensures that the critical effective components in Propolis are maintained in their most active state.
Bee Health Propolis utilizes expertise in Bee derived ingredients. Propolis range of products covers a range of liquids, tablets, lozenges, capsules and creams
with excellent health and skin benefits.
Bee Health Ltd