Propolis Efficacy ; propolis has excellent anti-inflammatory effect



Propolis, also known as Russian penicillin or natural penicillin, is used to seal the temperature and humidity of the bee's hive as a material made by mixing the resin and saliva of resin and saliva. Bees protect their groups from germs or viruses by applying propolis to the hive. Propolis has long been used by humans as an anti-pollination agent in Egypt, with a record that it was used to prevent the corruption of mummies in Egypt about 300 BC.C.  
 



French doctor Remy Chovang discovered that honeybees were free of bacteria and in 1965 propolis was a natural antibiotic. Propolis is composed of 50% resin, 30% wax, 10% essential oil, 5% flowerpotting, and 5% organic compounds. It contains more than 100 beneficial ingredients such as amino acids, minerals, vitamins a·b·e, flavonoids, antibiotics, etc.
 
Polis is called a natural antibiotic, so it has excellent efficacy in suppressing harmful microorganisms. Propolis is a powerful antibiotic component that effectively blocks bacteria including Staphylococcus aureus. One of the most important components of propolis is the flavonoid component. Flavonoids, a natural yellow pigment, have strong antioxidant effects while activating enzymes. It is known to strengthen immunity, prevent aging, maintain skin elasticity and moisture, exfoliate, and relieve acne symptoms.
 
Propolis is also a natural antibiotic and has been registered as a health functional food that has been proven to be antibacterial and antioxidant in the mouth, and is widely used as a health functional food and cosmetics raw material.
 
As a result of the regulation of the amount of nitrogen oxide (no) in the cell by propolis extract, the amount of nitrogen oxide was significantly reduced when propolis was treated. The researchers confirmed that the degradation of nitrogen oxide production by propolis extracts is achieved by controlling molecules inside the cell, and that the expression of related proteins increases or decreases with the treatment of the extracts.
 
In addition, the anti-inflammatory effects of the high-volume caffeine phenethyl esters (cape), crisine and quercetine in propolis were found to be excellent. Through this study, propolis, which has been widely used as a health functional food, can be expanded and used as an inflammation prevention agent.
 
Propolis is used as a health supplement and may have allergic reactions. Especially if you are allergic to pollen, asthma, or rhinitis, you are much more likely to have allergic reactions. Propolis is a disinfectant made by honeybees to keep their hives clean and toxic. If you have hives after taking propolis, you should stop taking them immediately as an allergy appears. It is safe to test a small amount of propolis before taking them and continue to take them after checking that there is no problem.