30 mL Liquid (SKU 3163)
- Source of naturally occurring vitamins, minerals, flavonoids, and B vitamins
- Enhances immune function
- Soothes sore throat when used as a mouthwash
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Natural Factors Bee Propolis is a nutrient-rich liquid extract with a high concentration of antioxidants. Its antibacterial properties, ability to relieve minor inflammations, and support for immune health provides a natural form of protection in our uncertain age of superbugs, increased pollution, environmental degradation, and compromised health.
|Each drop (0.04 mL) contains:|
|Propolis [Bee hive of the honey bee (Apis mellifera L.) (Apidae)]||9.26 mg|
|1 mL = 25 drops|
Non-Medicinal IngredientsEthanol, purified water.
Suggested UseTraditionally used in herbal medicine to help relieve minor inflammations and sores of mucous membranes of the mouth (e.g., canker sores).
Propolis is a type of antimicrobial glue that bees make from the resins of trees. It is rich in nutrients, such as magnesium, calcium, phosphorus, potassium, beta-carotene, bioflavonoids, and vitamins B1 and B2. It is also a concentrated source of antioxidants called bioflavonoids, which are known for strengthening capillary walls and connective tissue, and enhancing vitamin C absorption. It is traditionally used in herbal medicine to help relieve minor inflammations and lesions in mucous membranes, such as canker sores.
Propolis is a very safe ingredient with no side effects or interactions. Unlike many antibiotics, it does not destroy the good bacteria living in the digestive tract.
Natural Factors Bee Propolis is part of the Enriching Bee Factors® series. It comes from the northern apiaries where trees produce the highest quality resins. Every drop of tincture contains a 25% extract of 100% bee propolis that has passed strict quality control testing to guarantee that it is free from contaminants. Its antibacterial and immune-supporting properties provide a natural form of protection in our world of superbugs, increasing pollution, and compromised health.