21/10/2017     Comments (0)

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How I use Propolis

  Anita P.     06/09/2017     Comments (0)

I write you about Propolis frequently, because I think it’s an extraordinary bee product and I use it for years for several purposes. Now, I’ll explain you on what ways I use Propolis. I managed to use it by recommendations of people and searching on the internet. When I was young, I had problems with acne. It took me some time, but I solved this problem with Propolis. For this purpose I used Propolis on this way: Three times per a day I put few drops on acne. After some time acne passed. For boosting immunity and skin shine, I take Propolis drops every day. In the morning and right before sleep. In the morning I take 10 drops of Propolis with a spoon of honey, and in the evening I take 10 drops of Propolis in glass of water. I feel great and my skin is shine! When I, or my kids, fall down and have injuries of...

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Honing en propolis - Magische bijproducten

  Anita P.     23/08/2017     Comments (0)

Bees are extraordinary beigns! They produce honey and propolis and pollen. All of these products are great for human wellbeing. It’s very important to consume foods that help make our mental health strong to sustain in old age. Honey, the eternal sweetener has numerous health benefits, one of which includes boosting memory and concentration. Honey not only increases brain power and memory but also makes you a healthier person altogether. Consumption of honey prevents metabolic stress and helps calm and soothe the brain, which helps in augmenting memory in the long run. The natural antioxidants and therapeutic properties in honey help in boosting brains’ cholinergic system and circulation and receding cells that cause memory loss. But, that’s not all honey can do! Honey has countless medicinal properties that...

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Propolis: Natural Power Booster!

  Anita P.     04/08/2017     Comments (0)

Propolis is a combination of tree or plant resin collected from bees that is broken down and mixed with enzymes from the bee’s saliva. It creates a brown, sticky, wax-like substance used by bees to fill small holes in the beehive and smooth out internal walls. Propolis is absolutely essential for protecting the hive from parasites, bacteria and fungus. Bees even use it to cover the carcass of intruders that have died in the hive to avoid their decomposition! The word “propolis” is derived from Greek and means “defense of the city” or beehive. It turns out that propolis has been used by humans for several thousands of years dating back to 350 BC.  It was isolated from beehives and dissolved in alcohol to create a concentrated propolis extract or tincture, as it is commonly used today. Egyptians...

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How to Get Rid of Acne Using Propolis Right Away

  Anita P.     30/07/2017     Comments (0)

Propolis helps treat acnes. When I was teen I had acnes. Now, let’s first determine what acne is: Acne develops when our pores become clogged.  Hormones seem to have a lot to do with it. That’s why teens get acne and why women tend to breakout during their periods or during pregnancy.  There are different types of acne – blackheads, whiteheads,  and cysts.  Excess oil causes your pores to become inflamed due to bacteria.  Inflammation causes a pimple to look swollen and red.  And boy do they hurt! Also, can cause so much embarrassment and low self-esteem, especially for teenagers.  And it seems like the more we pay attention to them, the worse they become, right? I solve my problem with propolis drops. How? Bee propolis is defined as a resinous mixture that honey bees...

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Hair mask with honey

  Anita P.     21/07/2017     Comments (0)

Your hair can always look like headlines of famous fashion magazines - great, soft and healthy! Did you know that honey is excellent for your hair? Honey has large amount of amino acids which regenerates dry and damaged hair. On the other hand, honey sugar helps the hair to stay brilliant and smooth, while tannin provides natural shine.   If you want your hair to be like hair of beauty models take the honey and gently mop it on your hair. Wrap your hair with a towel and let it stand for about half an hour. After that, wash your hair.   It would be good to use honey in this purpose mask twice a week. You'll notice changes after first time; but after few weeks you won't recognize your hair, trust me! Improvement will be remarkable!   Note: Be sure you are using quality honey.

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Beauty mask with honey and cinnamon

  Anita P.     21/07/2017     Comments (0)

Honey is very appreciated for its medical properties (even in ancient civilizations). With honey you can make an incredible beauty mask for your skin! If you use a face mask few times per a week, you will notice improvement in the tone and softness of your skin. These face masks aren't aggressive and they don't expose your skin to any of the chemicals which are found in the most of cosmetic's products. But, for this purpose it's very important to get a real and quality honey. If your goal is removing acne or pimples, you should make this beauty mask: Ingredients: 3 teaspoons of honey 1/2 teaspoons of cinnamon Mix honey and cinnamon in a bowl. Apply this mix on the face. Leave the mask for 10-30 minutes. Note: Cinnamon sometimes irritates the skin. If your skin is really sensitive, do the...

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Facts about propolis

  Anita P.     18/07/2017     Comments (19)

Most people are familiar with honey, but not all of them with propolis. What propolis is!? Propolis is a resinous material that bees use to seal small cracks and gaps in the hive. Bees use propolis as a sort of external immune defence mechanism. Basicly -  killing the germs and bacteria at source creates a sterile home for the bees. Because of propolis its believed that beehive is one of the most sterile places on the Earth. Propolis has been used for medicinal purposes since before 350 BC. The ancient Greeks used propolis to treat abscesses, Assyrians used it to help heal wounds and tumors, and Ancient Egyptians used propolis for mummification. Alongside enjoying the great effects of honey & milk baths, Egyptian Pharaoh Cleopatra used propolis for skin care. In ancient Greece, Hippocrates used propolis for healing...

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