Happy Link Bee Propolis 300mg (120 tablets)
Propolis originated from the Greek word, "PRO', meaning "in defense of " and "POLIS" meaning "city", bee propolis extract is now considered an important part of dietetics and a natural sure by the World Health Organization.
To make simple, we can think of propolis as bees own medicine.
It is a mixture of various amounts of resins collected by the honeybees from plants - particularly from flowers, leaf buds and the bark of trees.
What is in Bee Propolis?
Chemically, propolis is exceedingly complex. Flavonoids are abundant in propolis. Apart from that you will also find kaempferol, apigenin, pinocembrin, galangin, luteolin, pinostrobin and quercitin, all of which are anti-inflammatory, antiallergenic, antioxidant and/ or antimutagenic.
Bee propolis also contains organic acids and their derivatives as well as terpenoids. These constituents contribute antibiotic, anti fungal and antiviral effects.
It is also effective in helping to avoid and heal respiratory infection and external wounds, with particularly good results in treating cold sores caused by herpes simplex type 1 virus. Propolis is a natural product that helps to strengthen our immune system.
Seven Health Benefits of Propolis
Powerful Natural Antibiotic
A 1967 study by Lindefelser of USA, Propolis has shown antibiotic properties against at least 25 types of bacteria as the CAPE (caffeic acid phenethyl ester) active ingredient found in Propolis shows strong antibacterial, antimicrobial, antifungal and antiviral properties, effective in treating sore throat, colds and flu.
Modulates Immune System
Strong Anti-inflammatory Effects
Anti-oxidant, Free Radicals Scavenger
Anti-tumour, Cancer Prevention
Speed Up Wound Healing
Contents per bottle: 300mg x 120 tablets
About the Brand - Happy Link
Happy Link is a company that is involved in the marketing and distribution of bee products for the past 20 to 30 years. Their quality products have been enjoyed by many since 1988. All their products are approved by the Malaysian Ministry of Health.
Expiry date: 1.2023