Compare to other propolis on the market, BEE PROPOLIS MAX has five times the concentration of other propolis extracts and the highest amount of flavone compound extracted in a supplement.
Propolis is extremely beneficial for your body’s wellness and health, it has been used by various countries as a natural, traditional medicine for over 2,000 years. Propolis contains more than 30 types of essential trace elements. Elements such as flavonoids, phenolic acid, phenolic compounds, terpenes, and enzymes have biological functions in supporting the body’s system to deter some diseases and for promoting good health.
The purity and concentration value of the extraction of flavonoids and polyphenols in bee propolis is an important measure of quality for supplements.
BEE PROPOLIS MAX is a highly purified, concentrated bee propolis.
Landmark Pharm International（LMP USA） uses the latest modern purification technology in the production process to increase the concentration and extract the maximum beneficial components should as of flavonoids and polyphenols from propolis.
For over a decade, Bee Propolis Max upplement is the leader for propolis that is 5 times the concentration of regular propolis extracts. LMP USA is dedicated to continually providing the best supplement for body health and wellness.
Did you know that honey is not the only thing made by bees?
People often confuse propolis and honey, but propolis is sticky and hard and used as a lining for honeycomb walls. Unlike honey from nectar sources, bees extract propolis from resins and plants.
Bees produce a compound called propolis from the sap on needle-leaved trees or evergreens. When they combine the sap with their own discharges and beeswax, they create a sticky, greenish-brown product used as a coating to build their hives. This is propolis.
Propolis is basically the immune system of the hive. It is used as the ultimate protector.
Thousands of years ago, ancient civilizations used propolis for its medicinal properties. Greeks used it to treat abscesses. Egyptians used it to embalm mummies. The earliest known use dates in Europe could be back to 300 BC. People use it very similar to the way we use antibiotics today，and it is called "natural antibiotics."
A bee can only collect 10 mg of propolis at a time. The annual average collection of a colony of 50,000 to 60,000 bees per box is only about 100 grams. At present, the world's propolis production is only one-twelfth of the gold. Therefore，propolis is more precious than gold.
Researchers have discovered more than 300 natural beneficial compounds in propolis, among which flavonoids, polyphenols, terpenes, and other compounds have a higher content.
Scientific experiments show that flavonoids have the effects of purifying blood, softening blood vessels, improving microcirculation, regulating blood lipids and blood pressure in both directions, and improving human immunity. Polyphenols have strong antioxidant properties and help slow down aging. Terpenes can regulate blood sugar, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and analgesic.
Some results shared by countries around the world in the application of propolis show that propolis is beneficial，such as：
· Enhance immunity.
· Anti-inflammatory properties.
· Control the “three highs”.
· Liver protection.
· Protects gastric mucosa.
· Better sleep.
· Beauty and Skincare.
Although propolis offers positive nutritional benefits and is known to be helpful for certain conditions，the research of scientists is limited, and many effects still need to be developed and confirmed.
Who can take propolis？
1. Sub-healthy population
2. The fatigue-prone crowd
3. People with low immunity
4. Patients with diabetes
5. Patients with cardiovascular or cerebrovascular diseases
6. Patients with hypertension and hyperlipidemia
7. Patients with malignant tumors
8. Patients with gastrointestinal diseases
9. People with frequent colds
10. Women with endocrine disorders, pigmentation, wrinkles, and acne.
Some people do have allergic reactions to propolis. These can be severe, so take things slow when getting started with it.
Who can not take propolis？
People are not recommended to take propolis if:
· You are allergic to bee stings.
（Because if you have an allergy to honey or bees, you may also have a reaction to products containing propolis. ）
· You are pregnant or breastfeeding.
· You are under 12 years old.
（The immune function of children under 12 years old is not perfect, taking propolis may affect the establishment and improvement of the immune system.）
Otherwise, there may be risks.
In general，propolis is not considered a high risk, there appear to be no known negative interactions with other herbal supplements or foods.
As we all know, more than 90% of drugs and health supplements are dispensed in the form of capsules instead of liquids by hospitals, pharmacies, and health supplement stores.
Why is this?
Capsules have the following characteristic advantages:
Why not liquid?
Liquid formulations have the following characteristics:
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