Propolis and vitamin C – natural antibiotics

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Propolis

Propolis is a resinous substance that is formed by processing vegetable juices, which bees collect from various plants. Bees use propolis to the hive hygiene – to defend it from attack intruders, including infection.

Otherwise, bee hives are known as the most sterile space in nature – and all thanks to propolis!

People have long ago used propolis as a natural antibiotic, which protects the body against bacteria and strengthens the immune system. Unlike conventional antibiotics, propolis effect on viruses.

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Research shows that taking propolis in flu season and cold season reduces the risk of disease from these diseases even by 53%. Propolis is effective in the treatment of cough, sore throat, sinusitis and tonsillitis.

Cream of propolis is an excellent remedy for treating fungal and bacterial skin infections.

 

Vitamin C
From long ago people have known properties of vitamin C and use it for preventive purposes.

Vitamin C is a natural antioxidant, which plays a specific role in the mobilization of defense forces of the body. This vitamin is king of prevention and who uses it has a huge advantage in the flu season and colds.

It has been conducted a huge amount of research on the effects of vitamin C on viruses and bacteria, which confirmed that vitamin C is in first place when it comes to preventing infections.

An interesting research is by Dr. Fred Klenner, who applied vitamin C intravenously. His research confirmed that the vitamin C effects not only to viruses and bacteria, but also the toxins (snake venom). In the midst of an epidemic poliomyelitis in North Carolina dr. Klenner, with vitamin C, has been successfully cured 60 patients.

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