Propolis Das Superpaket

Das Superpaket

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100,07 €*
117,74 €*
inkl. 7 % MwSt. zzgl. Versandkosten
inkl. 7 % MwSt. zzgl. Versandkosten
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Das Superpaket ist sowohl für Erwachsene als auch für Kinder geeignet. Sie können es leicht zu Ihrer täglichen Ernährung hinzufügen. Es hilft, Ihr Immunsystem und eine gesunde Ernährung auf natürliche weise zu stärken.

Es enthält Propolis Extrakt Tinktur Wasserlöslich %10, Propolis Hallspray, Gelee Royale & Propolis in Honig, Gelee Royale & Propolis in Honig (für kinder), Propolis Johannisbrot in Honig Mischung und Propolis Honigsirup.

Propolis Extrakt Tinktur Wasserlöslich %10: Propolis Propolis-Extrakt Tinktur Wasserlöslich enthält 10% sehr wertvolle Phenolverbindungen einschließlich Kaffeesäurephenethylester.

Propolis Hallspray: Propolis Halsspray mit Honig ist ein natürliches und wirksames Halsspray. Es enthält Propolis (6%), Wasser, Blütenhonig und Menthol. Es ist ein gesundes, natürliches und hochwirksames Halsspray ohne Zusatzstoffe. Es unterstützt Ihren Rachen auf natürliche Weise und entspannt gleichzeitig Ihre Atmung.

Gelee Royale & Propolis in Honig: Gelée Royale und Propolis in Honig ist eine natürliche Zusammenmischung und enthält alle nahrhaften Eigenschaften  aus dem Bienenstock

Gelee Royale & Propolis in Honig (für Kinder): Gelee Royal & Propolis in Honig für Kinder ist die perfekte Mischung aus 3 wertvollen Bienenprodukten. Es enthält die Vorteile aller drei Bestandteile, also des Gelee Royal, Propolis und Rohhonig. Zusätzlich ist es ein nahrhaftes und leckeres Lebensmittel.

Propolis Johannisbrot in Honig Mischung: Die Propolis-Mischung kombiniert die Nährstoffe von Johannisbrot, rohem Honig und Propolis im selben Glas, halal-zertifiziertem Bee und You Carob, rohem Honig und Propolis Mix ist sowohl natürlich als auch in dem Geschmack, den Sie suchen!

Propolis Honigsirup: Propolis Honigsirup ist ein Kindersirup, dass mit Honig, Orangensaft und Propolis formuliert ist. Es enthält keine Zusatzstoffe, Konservierungsmittel, Zucker oder Farbstoffe.  Mit seinem Gehalt an Propolis und rohem Honig bietet es eine natürliche Linderung gegen Husten bei Kindern.  Es ist ein natürliches Vitamin C-Präparat mit Orangensaftgehalt.





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