Propolis, the most natural antibiotic man has ever discovered, was used by Greeks and Romans to treat skin lesions, and Egyptians used it in the mummification process. Today the World Health Organization has recognized Propolis as an important product for natural cure.
But what is Propolis? Propolis is a resin collected by bees from tree barks, buds or other parts of plant tissues. Bees transport these substances into the hive, add salivary secretions and wax (fatty acids), so the chemical composition stays distributed as follow: 55% vegetal resins, 30% beeswax, 10% essential oils and 5% pollen. The final product is a green sticky resin bees use to varnish the hive interior to protect it and to ensure a sterile environment. As it happens with honey, Propolis may present small changes in color and chemical composition according to the flora it originates from.
Recent scientific studies carried out in the United States, Japan and Brazil have confirmed the anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, antioxidant, anti-carcinogenic, hypertensive and cicatrizing properties of Propolis. More than 150 active substances have been identified in Propolis, among which an array of vitamins, minerals and enzymes. But the greatest virtue is the unique combination of bioflavonoid Propolis contains in exponential quantity. Flavonoids constitute a group of organic compounds whose function is to protect and defend the cells of our bodies.
WAX GREEN PROPOLIS – Our extracts are elaborated with Propolis originary from São Paulo and southern part of Minas Gerais State, recognized in the international market for its high contents of Flavonoids. Laboratorial analysis performed by the Universidade Estadual Paulista attested that contents of Flavonoids in Wax Green products are superior to those of the best producers in Brazil.
Minimum residue: Is the minimum amount of solid material in the product after evaporation of the liquid content. Wax Green Propolis guarantees the minimum solid residue in its products will always be higher than what is indicated in the label.
WARMING: Do not interrupt conventional treatment or the use of medicine prescribed by your doctor while using Propolis. Should any allergic reaction occur, discontinue use immediately and seek medical advice.