Propolis: Definition And Benefits For Humans

Propolis: Definition And Benefits For Humans


Definition of propolis


Propolis, or bee glue

Propolis, or bee glue is a substance produced by honey bees. Collected by bees from the tip of young leaves and then mixed with saliva, are used for patching and sterilize the hive. Propolis is a disinfectant (anti bacterial) that kills all the germs that enter the hive. covering the nest with bee propolis to protect all who are in the nest is from the invasion of germs, viruses, or bacteria.






Propolis is now believed to:

  • reinforce the structural stability of the hive;
  • reduce vibration;
  • make the hive more defensible by sealing alternate entrances;
  • prevent diseases and parasites from entering the hive, and to inhibit fungal and bacterial growth;[3]
  • prevent putrefaction within the hive. Bees usually carry waste out of and away from the hive. However, if a small lizard or mouse, for example, finds its way into the hive and dies there, bees may be unable to carry it out through the hive entrance. In that case, they would attempt instead to seal the carcass in propolis, essentially mummifying it and making it odorless and harmless.

Propolis usefulness for humans

Propolis Definition And Benefits For Humans
Propolis, or bee glue

Supplementation; contain substances that are needed to build immunity and
activate the thymus gland. 
  • All vitamins except vitamin K
  • All of the minerals needed by the body unless sulfur
  • 16 Essential Amino Acid chain required for cell regeneration.
  • Bioflavonoids, which is an anti-oxidant as a supplement to the cell. 
  • According to research, the content of Bioflavonoids on a drop of propolis produced the equivalent of bioflavonoids from citrus fruit 500. 
Natural medicine; contain active substances that function as drugs for various 
diseases. The function of treatment include the following:
  • As an antibiotic, antiviral and antifungal as well as naturally without 
side effects.
  • Diseases associated with bacteria, such as: typhoid, diarrhea / vomiting and so forth. Can also to smell armpits are very disturbing, because in the armpit crease contained bacteria or fungi that cause odor. 
  • Diseases associated with viruses, such as: dengue fever, flu, tuberculosis and so on. 
  • Diseases associated with fungi, for example: eczema, skin fungus, vaginal discharge, dandruff, and so forth.
  • Anti-inflammatory (infection and injury), such as: ulcers, wounds, sore throat, toothache, inflammation of the kidneys, bruises, burn and so forth. 
  • As an anti-cancer and mutagenesis of cells, for example: cancer, tumors, prime, cysts, and so forth.
  • Serves to cleanse and detoxify the blood vessels or the disposal of toxins, such as uric acid, cholesterol, trigliserin, high blood pressure, heart disease, stroke, diabetes mellitus and so forth.