Propolis tincture – the most powerful natural antibiotic
Propolis tincture – the most powerful natural antibiotic – preparation, benefits, uses.
How can we prepare propolis tincture at home !? Propolis tincture is the alcoholic extract of propolis, being obtained by cold maceration. Propolis tincture has a wide spectrum of action and can be used both internally and externally: antibiotic, antimicrobial, antifungal, antiviral, analgesic, anti-inflammatory, anesthetic, healing, immunostimulant, antioxidant, mucolytic … Can be used as an adjunct in: pharyngitis , tonsillitis, laryngitis, tracheitis, tonsillitis, bronchitis, respiratory viruses, sinusitis, colitis, enterocolitis, skin diseases (infectious eczema, fungal infections, superficial wounds), …
👉 Video browsing:
→ 0:00 Intro
→ 0:14 Info propolis
→ 0:46 Ingredient
→ 0:52 Preparation
→ → 1:51 The maceration
→ → 1:54 During maceration
→ → 2:11 After maceration
→ 3:34 Benefits and Properties
→ 4:05 Administration / Use
→ 4:43 Preservation & Validity
→ 4:57 Calculating quantities of ingredients
👉 Ingredients for preparing a 30% propolis tincture:
→ 30% raw propolis
→ 70% alcohol preferred from cereals, concentration over 70º
👉 Example to prepare 100 ml of propolis tincture:
30 g propolis ……….. 70 ml alcohol
X g propolis ……….. 100 ml alcohol
X = 30 * 100/70 = ~ 43 g propolis
👉 Ways to administer propolis tincture:
✔ Internal: administer between 4 and 30 drops of tincture, 1-3 times a day, depending on age, mixed in honey, on bread or on a sugar cube:
→ mixed in honey: grease a deep spoon with a thin layer of honey, add the drops of propolis tincture, then put a little honey in the deep spoon, mix / mix well, then swallow. We can make the process easier by preparing a larger amount in a glass jar, the proportions being: for a tablespoon of honey, 30 drops of propolis tincture.
→ swallowed on a piece of bread: on a piece of bread (without shell), drip the appropriate amount of propolis tincture, then swallow.
→ on a sugar cube: on a cube (or half a cube) of sugar drip the tincture, suck until sugar particles dissolve so that they can be easily swallowed.
✔ External: apply directly on the affected areas 1-3 times a day. It can be applied in combination with various creams (depending on the condition), directly, or in the form of local badijonaj.
👉 Internal administration of propolis tincture:
→ Adults: 30 drops of propolis tincture, 3 times a day, in honey, bread or sugar cube.
→ Children over 12 years: 15-20 drops of propolis tincture, 3 times a day, in honey, bread or sugar cube.
→ Children 6-12 years: 8-10 drops of propolis tincture, 3 times a day, in honey, bread or sugar cube, the doctor’s advice is also recommended.
→ Children 2-5 years: 4-6 drops of propolis tincture, 3 times a day, in honey, only with the consent of the doctor.
👉 Effects and benefits of using propolis tincture:
✔ strong antibiotic
✔ strong mineralizer
✔ healing in wounds and burns (heals wounds, cuts)
✔ good in hypertension
✔ Excellent remedy for colds and flu
✔ fights fever
✔ strengthens the respiratory system
✔ good in digestive disorders (stomach, enterocolitis, digestive tract infections)
✔ good in dental diseases
✔ regulates blood sugar level (antidiabetic)
✔ adjuvant in tumor diseases and chemotherapy
✔ remedy for hangover
✔ internal healing
✔ antiherpetic (cures and relieves herpes)
✔ reno-urinary tract infections: cystitis, urinary tract infections, …
✔ acne, boils or bruising
✔ Infectious type eczema
✔ relieves the symptoms of candidiasis
✔ for warts and warts
✔ intestinal parasites
👉 How to prepare propolis tincture correctly?
See the recipe step by step, with all the details, in the site: https://old-cures.com/remedies/propolis-tincture–217
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