What is Propolis?

Propolis originates from the Greek word, pro (before) and polis (city). Generally, bee propolis means “before entering bee hive”, protecting the hive from harmful external factors.

It is a resinous substance which bees collect from the bark and buds of trees, especially the poplar, birch, or conifer trees, and add salivary secretions and wax. The finished product is then used to cover the entrance to sterilize the bees as they enter the hive and seal cracks in the hive.

Because bees don’t have an immune system, they depend a lot on propolis to protect their hive, eggs colony and larva against diseases, and to keep their hive in a sterile condition.

Benefits of Bee Propolis

  • Boosts body’s natural immune system
  • Powerful Antioxidant
  • Anti-microbial
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Cardioprotective
  • Reduces gastric ulcers

Why HDI Bee Propolis is the best?

  • Has high antioxidant activity where 1 gram of propolis has 400 times more antioxidant ability than 1 gram of orange.
  • HDI Bee Propolis has also been found to have high polyphenol content. The higher the polyphenol content, the higher the antioxidant
  • Propolis, special extraction processes are carried out at low temperature, effectively removing all impurities in the raw propolis, while preserving the bioactivity of propolis and its nutrients.

“When I was diagnosed with Dengue Fever, my platelet count was at 117,000 u/l (the count for a normal person ranges from 150,000 – 450,000u/l). During my hospital stay, I was given various kinds of medicines but the results were not consistent. Once, my platelet dropped to 19,000u/l and red spots started to appear on my arms. My sister recommended I take HDI Bee Propolis, and in just a few days, my appetite went back to normal and I no longer felt nauseous. Best of all, my fever subsided along with my gastric ailments and headaches.”

-Didit Kurniawan

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