La Propolis- L’antibiotique
le plus naturel
On dit que la propolis est l’antibiotique le plus naturel que l’être
humain n'ait jamais découvert. Bien des gens n’ont probablement jamais
entendu parler de la propolis, même si son usage remonte à la nuit des
Dans cet article, l'auteur Marcel Dingens dresse un bref historique de
la propolis et explique ce qu’elle fait, comment elle fonctionne,
comment elle est produite et comment on l'utilise.
Il déclare: "Les médecins à travers le monde sont étonnés par
la puissance de la propolis.
Nous n’en sommes qu’aux débuts de son histoire parce que les
possibilités de guérison de la propolis semblent illimitées."
Les problèmes tels l’acné, la diarrhée, la goutte, le psoriasis et
le mal de gorge qui furent traités avec la propolis ont démontré des
améliorations satisfaisantes à travers le monde.
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t is said that Propolis is the most natural antibiotic man has ever
discovered. The remarkable thing about this statement is the fact that
this discovery took place some 2000 years ago. A lot of people probably
haven't even heard about Propolis, and yet, ancient herbal books
prescribed Propolis for numerous complaints. The bactericidal qualities
of this medicine have been known since the beginning of written history.
The use of Propolis in popular medicine goes back all the way to
ancient times. Egyptians, Greeks and Romans reported the use of Propolis
for its general healing qualities and for the cure of some lesions of
the skin. Since the 12th century in Europe, folk remedy has attributed
an important place to Propolis for certain preparations for external
use. However, it has only been in the last twenty years that scientists
have been able to prove that Propolis is as active and important as our
Recognized by science
Propolis is now considered an important part of dietetics and a
natural cure by the World Health Organization. Its popularity is ever
increasing, due to its many possibilities. The concentrations of
flavonoids seem to be responsible for the great antibiotic effects of
Propolis. Flavonoids possess many potent curative effects. Forty-one of
these substances have been recognized by science.
What does it do
Flavonoids stimulate hair growth, and improve the circulation of
the blood. They also stimulate elimination of urine, bile secretion, and
endocrine secretion. It is a well known fact that endocrine secretion,
from places such as the thymus, the thyroid gland, the pancreas and the
adrenals has a beneficial effect on the organism in general. Flavonoids
are not only antibacterial substances, they are also active for the
treatment of ulcers, rheumatism, flu and cold syndromes, irritated
stomachs and certain breathing problems.
The same products are also beneficial for some chronic ailments, such
as stress and joint problems. This gives an extra dimension to the
performance of the product. Propolis, by nature, gives us a most
powerful and versatile complement to supplement our food intake. All
over the world, physicians have been astonished by the power of Propolis.
We are only at the beginning of the story because the healing
possibilities of Propolis seem to be unlimited.
Origin of Propolis
Our honeybees collect resins as a basic material on the buds of
poplars, birches, pine trees etc. After the resin is chewed by the
honeybee, and with the addition of saliva, other substances are formed.
The finished product is called Propolis. Propolis is of vital
importance for the survival of the bees. Not only does it protect them
against diseases, but also against climatic changes, such as wind and
(photo: Bij Dingens)
Propolis consists of more
than 100 substances
Propolis is composed of 50-55% resin and balms, 30% wax, 5% fixed
substances such as clump, greases, amino acids, organic acids,
composed ethers of alcohol, elements of spores and microelements such as
iron, copper manganese, zinc, aminocids, phytoncides, and antibiotics,
plus a high content of vitamins B,E,C,H and P, as well as
pro-vitamin A. Pollens make up 4 to 10% in the composition of the product.
Propolis is an age-old remedy that has been receiving a lot of
attention lately. It is used extensively in the now defunct Warsaw
Pact countries and Propolis is well known in the Netherlands, France,
Germany and Belgium. It is not yet as well known overseas.
The following problems treated by Propolis showed satisfactory
improvements all over the world:
- Bleeding gums
- Bedsores and Blisters
- Burning tongues
- Callused feet
- Canker sores (aphtha)
- Common cold
- Diaper rash
- Female complaints
- Hair loss
- Insect bites
- Inflammation of the nasal passage
- Inflammation of the gums
- Inflammation of the ears
- Inflammation of the prostate gland
- Sore throats
- Swollen glands
- Stomach ulcers
- Tennis elbow
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