AFC Brazilian Green Propolis Spray: Highest Level of Brazilian Green Propolis Extract (25%), Flavonoids & Artepillin-C.
Employing the latest extraction method, Brazilian Green Propolis contains the highest concentration of flavonoids. It is free from chemicals and preservatives.
Extracts of Brazilian green propolis possess antioxidant properties. Therefore, propolis has been extensively used in food, beverages, and dietary supplements to improve health and reduce the risk of inflammation.
AFC Brazillian Green Propolis Spray can be taken orally to relieve cough, inflammation, sore throat or applied externally for wound healing and mouth ulcer.
Propolis” originated from the Latin words “pro” for front and “polis” for city. Put together, it means a castle wall to prevent enemies’ incursion. Propolis is a strong resinous substance from plants which bees used to seal their hives. The adhesive smoothens the internal walls of the hive and protects the entrance against intruders.
It protects the entire honeycomb from bacteria and foreign invasion. Research studies have shown propolis to be extremely beneficial in promoting good immune health in humans.
Propolis is widely used for various health applications including healing, and treatment of respiratory problems.
In ancient Egypt, Propolis was used to treat infections, swelling, relieve pain and accelerate hair growth.
In Japan, Brazilian Green Propolis is extensively used in foods and beverages with the aim of improving health and immunity.
Natural source of antioxidantSupports healthy immune systemRelieves sore throat and soothes dry coughPromotes oral health and relieves gum inflammationWound healing (applied externally)
The sources of Propolis can be found in various regions including Brazil, Australia, Europe, the United States and China. AFC Brazilian Green Propolis is 100% collected from Brazil Minas Gerais, away from industrial lands. This region is home to a unique plant species (Baccharis dracunculifolia) which produces the best grade of propolis with the highest level of flavonoids and Artepillin-C.