Suppositories with propolis
Candles with propolis – an effective, well-proven tool for prevention and in treatment of prostatitis, pelvic inflammatory processes. Candles with propolis are highly effective in the initial stages of the development of benign prostatic hyperplasia.
Candles with propolis – an effective, well-proven tool for prevention and in the complex treatment of prostatitis, inflammatory processes of the pelvic organs. Candles with propolis are highly effective at the initial stages of development of prostate adenoma.
Treatment of hemorrhoids can be successful with propolis. The therapeutic effect of this substance helps at any stage of the disease. Candles with propolis from hemorrhoids relieve inflammation and pain symptoms, reduce the severity of hemorrhoid symptoms, contribute to the acceleration of regenerative processes. Propolis has antibacterial characteristics, and therefore local use of candles is a good protection against infection and inflammation. Suppositories with propolis improve the process of circulation, with their help you can get rid of stagnant phenomena, contribute to the dilution of blood. The use of the drug improves the flow of blood from the veins of the rectum, as a result of the hemorrhoids are reduced. Rectal suppositories from propolis from hemorrhoids are an effective method of treatment at home. They quickly eliminate the inflammatory process and normalize the condition of the rectum.
By origin, propolis is a product of beekeeping, and from the standpoint of pharmaceutical chemistry is a fat-soluble fraction of various biologically active substances. However, in order for these active substances contained in propolis to act, they must be extracted from a strong bond with each other. After all, with a simple injection of a piece of propolis, for example into the rectum, vagina or ear passages, its active substances will not be absorbed into the bloodstream and have a therapeutic effect, since they are firmly fixed by strong chemical and physical bonds with each other. It is with the aim of destroying the bonds between the active substances present in propolis that it is mixed with pre-melted solid fat, for example cocoa butter, as well as creamy, coconut oil, etc.
Propolis bee glue is a resinous substance from brown to dark green that is produced by bees to cover cracks, regulate passability, disinfect honeycombs before inoculation of eggs by the uterus, and also to isolate foreign objects in the hive. Propolis are sticky substances that bees are collected from spring buds of trees (poplar, alder, birch, etc.) and modified with their enzymes.
There is no consensus on the origin of propolis. According to the theory of internal origin – propolis is a resinous residue from the first phase of digestion by the bees of flower pollen (J. Chizhmarik and others, 1975). SA Popravko (1975) confirms the vegetable origin of propolis by the identity of its chemical composition and the extracts of the buds of birch birch, black poplar and other plants.
In his theory, M. Kyustenmacher notes (1911) the fact that the maximum collection and production of propolis coincide in time with the largest bribe of pollen. In addition, he notes that bees collect glue in those areas where there is no tree vegetation, and that the number of bees visiting resinous wood buds is small.
Most often for this manipulation is used cocoa butter, which in its properties is best suited for extracting active substances from propolis. During the mixing of propolis with molten fat, the following process occurs: first, the active substances lose their bonds with each other and become, relatively speaking, free, and then they are evenly distributed over the fat fraction. Thus, candles are formed with propolis, which is a free active substance, evenly distributed over the mass of fat. These active substances will gradually release as the fat melts and exert its therapeutic effects. For the manufacture of candles with propolis, fats are specially chosen, which are able to decompose at a temperature of 37.0 ° C. This is necessary in order for the active substances to be released from the candle in the natural, physiological lumens of the organs of the body, the temperature of which is exactly 37.0 ° C. That is, the candle at room temperature is dense and firm, retaining its characteristic torpedo shape, and when introduced into the rectum, vagina or auditory passages, fat melts and active substances are released that begin to exert therapeutic effect.
Candles with propolis have an antimicrobial effect. Propolis produced ointments for the treatment of wounds, eczema and some other diseases. Propolis treatment is part of apitherapy. In folk medicine, propolis is used when:
treatment of the oral cavity, gums, teeth (rinsing and applying plates with propolis);
damage to the gastric mucosa (with gastritis – inside);
treatment of sinusitis
otitis (inflammation of the ear – instill solutions in vegetable oil or water);
treatment of wounds, burns, frostbite – in the form of whole propolis applications or wet wipes to the place of injury;
trauma and eye burns – the aqueous solution is digested.
when coughing, mix with honey and a little water
In G. Popov’s book “Russian folk and household medicine” (1903) it is reported: “Sometimes people who become sick with consumption are forced to breathe steamed brewed strawberries, fumigated with resin and bee glue.”
Propolis is claimed in some toothpastes.
Candles with propolis have a pronounced anti-inflammatory, antibacterial effect. Candles with propolis are effective in the treatment of acute and chronic inflammation of male and female genital organs – cystitis, adnexitis, prostatitis, prostate adenoma. Candles with propolis normalize microcirculation in the prostate tissues, reduces edema, shows a pronounced bacteriostatic effect, normalizes the tone of the pelvic floor muscles, prevents the proliferation of glandular tissue of the prostate gland.
Candles with propolis help with acute and chronic prostatitis, prostate adenoma, in the postoperative period after surgical intervention on the pelvic organs, acute and chronic adnexitis, vulvovaginitis.
Ingredients: 1suppozitory contains 0.3 grams of propolis, adjuvants polyethylene -1500, anhydrous lanolin.
How to use: rectally or vaginally, microclysters after defecation or 1 suppository 1-2 times a day for 10-20 days.
Contraindications: not identified
Packing: 10 suppositories
Shelf life: 12 months
Certificate: TU-U 24.5-31234777-020: 2005, sanitary-hygienic conclusion from 13.07.2010 №05.03.02-04 \ 48,112