Propolis Soap 120g
A broad analysis reveals approximately 55 percent resinous compounds and balsam, 30 percent beeswax, 10 percent ethereal and aromatic oils, and 5 percent bee pollen.
Many flavonols contribute to propolis. Other components include cinnamic acid, cinnamyl alcohol, vanillin, caffeic aid, tetochrysin, isalpinin, pinocembrin, chrysin, galangin, and ferulic acid.
Health Benefits of Propolis :
Propolis acts as protection from bacteria and viruses for the bees, and it is collected for humans for use as:- Antibacterial, Antifungal, Antibiotic
The antioxidant, antimicrobial and antifungal activities of Propolis also offer opportunities in food technology and cosmetics. It is apparent, that Propolis incontestably has many nutritional and energetic benefits.
- Activates the thymus gland and therefore strengthens the immune system.
- Stimulates white blood cells
- Has a protective effect against virus infections (cold, flu, herpes), rheumatic fever, respiratory infections, inflammation.
- Protects against side effect of irradiation.
- Protects against damage to liver cells.
- Promotes healing of sores, wounds, acne, blemishes, eczema.
- Might prevent the development of cancer.
- Has beneficial effect on the bodies absorption of iron, calcium, phosphorus and magnesium.
- Protects the body from oxygen free radical damage (Diseases associated with free radical damage include cardiovascular diseases leading to heart attacks, strokes, neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer and Cancer as well poor liver function).