Of all the products obtained from the bee-hive, propolis was the least well-known and inadequately esteemed, until recently. Propolis is a bee product, a mixture of resin matter collected by the bees from leaf buds of woody plants and natural bee-wax.
Propolis is soluble in alcohol and ether. Its contents and properties display great capabilities for application in gynecology, dental medicine, dermatology, cosmetics… Propolis is most often used in the form of propolis drops (a dilution of propolis in alcohol or ether).
Propolis is ancient natural remedy that is successfully used today in treating wide variety of illness. Bees make it from herbal residue collected from tree buds, and beekeeper just removes it from the wooden parts of the hive.
Propolis is a bee’s product that represents a mixture of resin substances which is collected from leaf buds of wooden plants by bees, most often from willow, chestnut and poplar. The application of propolis in medical purposes is quite wide and is used for treating of following problems:
Propolis is a sticky, wax-like matter that bees collect from plant buds, and it serves them as cure and building material. Each part of the hive and comb is covered with a thin layer of propolis.