Diseases And Conditions That Can Be Treated With Propolis:
Cancerous diseases – More than 30 studies, with effects more than promising, with extracts of propolis, used both internally and externally, were made in various experimental medicine and hospital laboratories around the world. Used internally, 30-50 drops of tincture administered four times daily, propolis prevent malignant cell growth, increases the phagocytic ability of the immune system of cancer cells, help restore organic balance of cancer.
Good results were obtained with the internal treatment with propolis in treating breast cancer, colon cancer and genital cancer, malignant melanoma, lung and liver metastases. A study done in Yugoslavia highlights that the systematic administration of propolis removes much of the adverse effects of the application in cancer radiotherapy. In addition, propolis has extraordinary effects used externally on cancer wounds.
Giardia – A cure of 30 days of treatment with propolis tincture is made. Take 50 drops on a piece of bread, four times daily before meals.
Tuberculosis – a study done in a hospital in Russia on 135 patients with tuberculosis had amazing results. They were administered for 10 months, 7 to 10 ml of tincture per day. When passing this time, almost 25% of patients had complete remission of the disease found, and the others – with the exception of 12 patients – had significant improvements to health. All 12 patients who did not respond to this treatment were suffering from renal tuberculosis.
External treatment with propolis:
Herpes in different locations – Propolis tincture applied on the affected are with a pipette, until it creates a little crust on the surface. Repeat procedure 2 to 3 times per day. Decreases healing time in 80% of cases by 3-4 times, and the possibility of relapse is halved.
Infectious eczema – Place daily compresses of propolis tincture, which are held for an hour long. For dry eczema use ointment or cream made from propolis, 2-3 times per day.
Burns – are easy treated with ointment applications of propolis. In severe burns, the propolis tincture healing effects are amazing.
Pimples, acne, boils, abscesses – Propolis tincture is applied onto the affected areas with a cotton swab. For amazing results in treating pimples and acne is a preparation called “Dermogent” based on propolis and some other plants (celandine, comfrey, yarrow, etc..), which can cure these conditions in 24-48 hours.
Skin cancer, externalized tumors – For one hour a day, place a compress on the affected area with propolis tincture. This treatment is held for 30-60 days continuously.
Skin ulcers, varicose ulcer – This remedy is made by placing propolis tincture and ointment to the ulcerated area of the body. Treatment duration is 4 to 12 weeks.
Propolis – Precautions and contraindications:
In some people, propolis administered internally or in contact with skin, can make allergic reactions. For this reason, before starting treatment with this product it is necessary to do a test, administering internally or applying a few drops of the tincture on the skin and seeing which is the reaction. If there are unpleasant sensations of irritation, inflammation, respiratory catarrh, or if it triggers skin redness, then you should not try propolis as a treatment. An excellent substitute for propolis are poplar buds and poplar bud tincture, which have relatively similar effects, but they are much better tolerated by the body.
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