Propolis has been known to us for many years and can be consumed in various ways including, chewing, and adding to milk to relieve cough and symptoms or used in the form of an external or internal tincture. Due to various reasons, modern medicine is still in process of finding out its useful properties
The healing property of a propolis tincture
It can disinfect and heal wounds, regenerate skin and kill fungal. The substance is also believed to strengthen immune system and can also function as antioxidant
It is also recommended to various diseases by the doctors like, Otitis, tracheitis, tonsillitis and pneumonia. It is however used to all kinds of dental problems. Propolis can be bought for very little from drug stores but you can prepare is yourself if you cannot purchase.
How to use propolis
For tonsillitis and pharyngitis, garhle the tincture and dilute with sodium chloride in a ratio of 1to10, use the same concentration to rinse your mouth incase of dental disease. For sinusitis and the sinus infection, use the same solution described above to irrigate your nose. Inhalation of propolis can be used to treat respiratory diseases. Just add 5ml of sodium chloride the transfer the solution to an inhaler.
To treat damages skin, wounds, herpes and harm to the feet and nails caused by fungal infections, apply the undiluted tincture as a lotion/ointment or apply to a bandage. Note that before doing all this you should consult a doctor first in order to get a precise diagnosis of any illness
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