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Propolis in Oral Health Care
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A practical guide to the uses of propolis in oral health care. The book's authors are James Fearnley, CEO of Nature's Laboratory and a founding directory of the International Propolis Research Group, along with Dr Philip Wander.

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A practical guide to the uses of propolis in oral health care. The book’s authors are James Fearnley, CEO of Nature’s Laboratory and a founding directory of the International Propolis Research Group, along with Dr Philip Wander. Philip is founder of the British Homeopathic Dental Association.

Propolis – What Is It?

Propolis is effectively the bee colonies’ external immune defence mechanism. Honey bees collect resin from trees and plants and transform it in the hive adding wax to create propolis, an astonishingly versatile material which provides both structural support and a clinically sterile environment inside the hive. It has been used as a medicine by man since Egyptian times.

Recent research indicates that bees ‘know’ exactly what chemicals to collect to deal with the dominant environmental challenges they face in their area – the same challenges which human beings face in the same environment. For example bees in Savannah environments have been found to produce chemicals active against trypanosomes the critical element in Trypanosomiasis (sleeping sickness), a condition particularly prevalent in Africa.

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4 key benefits of propolis
01.
Anti-Inflammatory

Propolis is anti-inflammatory. It has been widely used to treat wounds, reducing inflammation and promoting the body’s natural capacity to healing itself.

02.
Antibacterial

Honey bees use propolis to guard their hive from infection. It is antibacterial, acting as a kind of immune system, and it appears to have the same effect in humans too!

03.
Antifungal

Propolis has been shown to have antifungal properties, making it suitable for treating fungal infections in a natural way, both topically and by consuming capsules, tablets.

04.
Antiviral

Research has shown that propolis is antiviral. It inhibits the attachment of viruses to human cells, helping the body defend itself from viral infection.

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