Propolis is carefully dried and processed to ensure there is no damage or oxidation to the vital nutrients. Depending upon its composition, propolis may show powerful local antibiotic and antifungal properties.

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Propolis is marketed by health food stores as a traditional medicine, and for its claimed beneficial effect on human health.

Natural medicine practitioners use propolis for the relief of various conditions, including inflammations, viral diseases, ulcers, superficial burns or scalds.

Propolis is also believed to promote heart health, strengthen the immune system and reduce the chances of cataracts. Old beekeepers recommend a piece of propolis kept in the mouth as a remedy for a sore throat.

Propolis lozenges and tinctures can be bought in many countries. Though claims have been made for its use in treating allergies, propolis may cause severe allergic reactions if the user is sensitive to bees or bee products. Some of these claims are being clinically investigated and several studies are published in the biomedical literature.

Since the chemical composition of propolis varies depending on season, bee species and geographic location, caution must be applied in extrapolating results.

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