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Propolis offers an array of benefits for many ailments and is one of nature’s richest sources of bioflavonoids for immune support.

Immune support

Natural medicines generally work by supporting the body’s immune system. Propolis has various benefits for human health – both in terms of tackling infection and inflamation within the body as well as supporting normal immune function.

BeeVital propolis tablets, capsules, tinctures and liquids are convenient ways to take propolis regularly. In these forms, propolis can help support the normal functioning of a health human immune system.

How Does Propolis Support the Immune System?
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