inkl. 7 % MwSt.
• The tincture can be taken with solid foods.
• The tincture can be mixed with honey, yoghurt or in the muesli in the morning.
• The daily dosage can be taken throughout the day.
• The tincture can also be taken pure.
• If more propolis is required, the tincture can also be taken with royal jelly propolis in a honey mixture.
• The tincture can be instilled into the breakfast bowl.
What is Propolis tincture 20%?
Raw propolis is a natural bee product composed of phenolic and flavonoid substances collected by bees from the leaves, stems and buds of plants. The meaning of the word is pure propolis, consisting of the words pro (before) + polis (protector), as the name suggests, the pre-cleaner and responsible for protecting the habitat of bees. Bees cover their honeycomb eyes with raw propolis and then add their honey, hatchlings and food. Thus, the products produced by the bees are stored in the hive without spoilage.
After being taken from the hive, it needs to be adapted and processed for human consumption so that the body can digest this product. At this point, the most important issue is the proper processing of raw Anatolian propolis, which is a valuable food. The quality and nutritional value can only be preserved through correct extraction methods.
The polyphenols, terpenoids, amino acids, volatile organic acids, ketones, coumarins, quinones, vitamins and minerals contained in the raw Anatolian propolis are preserved in a water-soluble form thanks to the award-winning processing method of the BEE&YOU experts.
Application of Propolis tincture 20% (30 ml)
For Daily Support: You can consume it on its own or with any solid foods you eat in your daily diet.
Dosage of Propolis tincture 20% (30 ml)
Children between 1 year and 10 years 10 drops daily. Children from 11 years and adults 20 drops daily
Propolis Extract (20%)
Other ingredients: water, ethanol (food grade)
Net Weight: 30ml
Storage conditions: room temperature (approx. 24 °C / 72 °F)
Shelf life: 36 months
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