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propolis

(prō-pō-lĭs) [Gr. pro, before, + polis, city]
A sticky resin present in the buds and bark of certain trees and plants. It is collected by bees for the purpose of repairing combs, filling cracks, and making the entrance to the hive waterproof. Propolis can be used as a topical antibacterial.
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Burdock, "Review of the biological properties and toxicity of bee propolis (propolis)," Food and Chemical Toxicology, vol.
Lotfy, "Biological activity of bee propolis in health and disease," Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention, vol.
Worth 20 million euros to the European economy each year, bees are providers not only of honey, but also of wax, bee pollen, bee propolis and royal jelly.
1 Comvita Children's Natural Lemon & Honey Lollipops, PS4.99 for 10, Boots Combining the antiseptic power of bee propolis with soothing manuka honey, these lollipops also contain lemon, menthol and natural peppermint oil.
Botanically Bright's ingredients are 100% derived from nature and feature an exclusive blend of botanicals, including soothing chamomile flower, certified organic aloe, bee propolis and plaque-reducing xylitol.
Susarla1 and Naama Samet-Rubinsteen1 "The effect of bee propolis on recurrent aphthous stomatitis: a pilot study," Clinical Oral Investigations, Volume 11, Number 2 / June, 2007 pp.
Beehive Botanicals is the largest dealer of bee propolis in North America.
Propolis, also known as bee glue and bee propolis, is a brownish resinous substance collected by bees mainly from poplar and conifer buds and used to seal their hives.
"These have been mixed with elderberry and bee propolis, both of which have been shown to have antiviral properties which help fight the cold virus.