It belongs to the “Metal” category (it tastes hot, spicy and multiple features specific to “metal”).
Bees collect special types of balm and resin from the buds and the bark of some trees, which they then mix with wax, pollen in the beehive, finally getting what is called “propolis”.
Composition: 50 – 55% resin and types of balm; 7 – 35% wax; 5 – 10% volatile oil; 5% pollen, 5 – 20% bioflavonoids.
Therapeutical features: it intensifies the macrophage, anticancerigenic, inhibits the growth of tumor cells, immunostimulating and immunomodulator, antibiotic with a wide spectrum, natural preservative, antihaemorrhagic, antiviral, antiherpes, it decreases the gastric secretion by a histaminopexic effect (cvercetina), anti-inflammatory twice more efficient than aspirin, local anaesthetic, antioedematous, antioxidating, hypocholesterolemia, cleanser, antiparasitical (Giardia lamblia, Trichomonas vaginalis, plasmodium, etc.), antispastic, hypotensive, antisudorific, antistress, balmy, healing, mineralizing, it decreases the capillary brittleness, stimulates the production of collagen and elastin, protects the body against radiations, nourishing (bioflavonoids), antidote for bee venom (especially the propolis tincture), increases intuition and will.
Recommendations: thrush, periodontitis, herpes (labial, oral, genital), herpes zoster, decays, candida (oral and vaginal), inflammations (general, no matter the area in the body), bronchitis, bronchiectasis, the flu, chronic pneumonia, pulmonary tuberculosis, cervical erosions, leucorrhoea, postoperative wounds, vaginal trichomoniasis, decubitus ulcer, burn, furunculosis, hydradenitis, intertrigo, erythematosus lupus, radiodermitis, shank ulcer, trichophytia, tumors induced by external factors (radiations, food carcinogen, bacteria, viruses etc.) and by internal factors.