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Bee Propolis • Bee Pollen • Manuka Honey • Royal Jelly • Ormus
Bee propolis is also sometimes called bee glue and is used as a sealant to close unwanted open spaces in the hive. Honeybees create bee propolis using saliva and beeswax. Humans have been using bee propolis since the ancient Egyptians figured out it was great as an embalming agent, but the uses didn’t stop there. Bee propolis was also used for its medicinal properties. At the turn of the twentieth century, bee propolis became studied once more, with at least 300 various compounds being identified thus far. Some of the beneficial compounds are: ketones, amino acids, benzoic acids, sesquiterpene and triterpene hydrocarbons, aliphatic hydrocarbons, flavonoids, and polyphenols (anticancer), as well as many, many more.