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Propolis: (gr. propolis) is a substance that bees obtained and then processed in the hive, making it a potent antibiotic that cover the walls of the hive as protection.
Propolis also has a antiseptic function and contains thereby resins and balsams, beeswax, essential oils, pollen and various minerals: aluminum, silver, barium, boron, chromium, cobalt, tin, iron and many others.
It also contains provitamin A and B group vitamins, particularly B3.
Echinacea: is one of the most popular herbs in the world and its popularity is based on the vast amount of research that has been carried out over the years.
We only use the species purpurea as this has been well researched and is widely cultivated whereas other species are sometimes collected from the wild, a practice that we are against.
Thyme: Thymus is a genus of about 350 species of herbaceous and perennial herbs, commonly known as thyme, from the Family Labiatae (Lamiaceae).
They are native to the temperate regions of Europe, North Africa and Asia.
Species of the genus are perennials, some of them are subshrubs that can reach 40 cm high, with woody usually fine stems.
The leaves of most species are perennial, arranged in opposing pairs along the stem, oval, whole, between 4 and 20 mm and generally aromatic.
The flowers, yellow, white or purple, arise in dense terminal heads, with an uneven calyx lobed upper lip.
Thyme is an important component in French cuisine, very famous as a part of the "bouquet garni", and also used in the "Herbes de Provence".
The ancient Egyptians used this herb in embalming.
The Greeks used it in their baths and burnt it as incense in their temples.
It is believed that its spread throughout Europe, is due to the Romans who â€‹â€‹used it to purify their homes.
In the Middle Ages, women often gave their knights and warriors gifts that included thyme leaves, as they believed that this increased the courage of the wearer.
Thyme was also used as incense in funerals and put in the coffin with what they supposed to ensure a good transition to the next life.In ancient Greece, thyme was used as an additive to incense, to stimulate the minds and spirit.
In the Middle Ages, on the other hand, thyme was also used as a valuable medicinal plant, against asthma or dyspnoea.
Today thyme is used in many different ways, and still famous as herb in the kitchen.
Vitamin C: research shows that people with a vitamin C deficiency get faster sick and stay sick for a longer period, so vitamin C also promotes the immune system.
Contents: 60 capsules.
Main Ingredients: propolis-extract, echinacea-extract, thyme-extract, vitamin C.
RI*: Vitamin C = 100%.
*RI = Reference Intake per capsule.
anti-caking agents: vegetable magnesium stearate, silicon dioxide.
Absolutely free of: yeast, lactose, sugar, preservatives and synthetic color-odor and taste substances.
Dosage: 2 capsules per day, unless otherwise prescribed.
Minimum intake: we recommend 3 months, 60 capsules are enough for about 30 days.
Caution! Allergens: contains bee product.
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