Ancient Healing Power
Deep Healing For Infections and Cancer
antibiotic drugs are increasingly ineffective against many microbes.
The Centers for Disease Control has stated, “nearly all significant
bacterial infections in the world are
becoming resistant to the most commonly prescribed antibiotic
thousands of years, folk medicine practitioners have used bee
propolis to treat abscesses, heal wounds and fight infections.
Propolis was an official drug in the London pharmacopoeias of the
Propolis is a resinous substance gathered from the leaf buds of pine
trees, other cone-producing evergreen trees, and certain
vegetables. Once the resin is transformed by the bees, it
disinfects the beehive, seals cracks, and is used to build the hive.
It is a micro-biocidal agent that controls bacterial and viral
growth. Researchers found that bees living in hives coated with
propolis have lower bacteria in their bodies and also ‘quieter’
is a great cold and flu remedy and is especially helpful for sore
throats and sneezing. Propolis tincture taken three times per
day is an effective dose. Research in which propolis was given
to rats for two weeks, found that it significantly inhibited
histamine release from the rat’s mast cells. Histamine release can
make you sneeze, and have watery eyes and a runny nose. The
researchers noted that their results clearly demonstrated that
propolis can be effective in the relief of symptoms of allergic
rhinitis through the inhibition of histamine release.
Proven Effective For Many Illnesses
contains as many as 300 active ingredients and is the richest
source of caffeic acid and apigenin, two very important compounds
that aid in immune response and even fight cancer. Caffeic acid
phenethyl ester, another very powerful compound found in propolis,
has been shown to be very effective at suppressing the inflammatory
compounds that cause bone diseases and researchers even suggested
propolis might be a potential treatment for bone wasting diseases
like osteoporosis. Bee propolis has been shown to reduce
dental plaque by inhibiting the activity of enzymes that synthesize
glucans from sucrose.
tincture has many therapeutic properties including stimulating the
immune system, anti-microbial action, analgesic, anesthetic and
anti-inflammatory activity, along with its very powerful antioxidant
effects. Current studies show that no other product or food
analyzed has a higher antioxidant value than propolis.
Propolis is one of the most broad-spectrum antimicrobial compounds in
search of PubMed shows over 2,000 studies on bee propolis. Dr.
Seema Patel of San Diego State University, did a comprehensive review
of the laboratory and animal studies regarding cancer and propolis.
The research literature currently supports the efficacy of propolis
against many cancers including brain, pancreas, cancers of the head
and neck, kidney and bladder, skin, prostate, breast, colon, liver,
and blood cancers.
fights cancer through many different mechanisms of action including
the ability to prevent the growth of new blood vessels to feed cancer
cells (anti-angiogenesis), preventing the spread or metastasis of
cancer throughout the body, stopping cancer cell division and
inducing apoptosis (programmed cell death) in the cancer cells.
It also helps the chemotherapy side effects of conventional cancer