Propolis has a long history of medicinal use, dating back to 350 B.C., the time of Aristotle. Greeks have used propolis for abscesses; Assyrians have used it for healing wounds and tumors; and Egyptians have used it for mummification. These basic ingredients of propolis have dynamic bacteria-destroying power. They do this flawlessly, yet they render no adverse side effects. Unlike chemical medicines such as penicillin which can produce reactions, propolis will not cause such upset. This has been clinically verified after its use in more than 16,000 situations. As a natural therapeutic, propolis power may well be attributed to its rich concentration of bioflavonoids (a group of nutrients that enhance the effectiveness of vitamin C). Bioflavonoids are recognized as being able to heal the capillary system, mend the fragility and permeability of the blood vessels; act as a vasodilator and diuretic, and are recognized as vital to build the immune system to fight disease.

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