Resinous secretions collected by bees from various plants and trees with the main purpose of sterilizing outbreaks of infection within their hive. Its chemical composition is very complex as more than 300 chemical compounds have been detected in it.


A resinous mixture that honey bees collect from various plants and trees with the purpose of sterilising any infected part of their hives. It has a very complex composition and it consists of 300 different chemical compounds. Being very rich in essential oils, terpene, balsams, and flavonoids results in a series of medicinal properties such as:

  1. Alleviating flu and common respiratory diseases.
  2. Enhancing the effectiveness of the antibiotics.
  3. Being antibacterial and antifungal.
  4. Alleviating mouth diseases such as gingivitis and periodontitis.
  5. Being anti-diabetic, anti-inflammatory and antioxidant.
  6. Activating the immune system.
  7. Inhibiting the development of melanoma and mad malignant neoplastic cells.
  8. Being used on skin conditions such as herpes, acne, eczema, psoriasis, mycosis etc.

The solution to many modern health ailments and diseases is a lot more natural than we could imagine; it can be found in our environment and we have an obligation to it.

Adults: 15-20 drops dissolved in some water on a daily basis before meals. In cases of illness this dosage can be repeated up to three times per day.
Children: as many drops as their age (one drop per year) dissolved in some water once a day before their meal. If the taste is found unpleasant it can be mixed with a spoonful of honey.

Contrary to antibiotics, propolis has only one known side effect which seems to be an allergy in a 0.1-0.2% of the total population. In order to avoid this unwanted side effect it is recommended that you begin with a small dosage on the first day and gradually increase it.