PROPOLIS


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PROPOLISPlanning and Research of Policies for Land Use and Transport for Increasing Urban Sustainability
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Historically propolis has been used by humans as a medicinal remedy.
The aim of this study is to investigate the effects of oral propolis application on mucosal wound healing following endoscopic nasal surgery in a rabbit model.
Commercial green propolis, from the region of Ribeirao Preto, SP, was used as an ethanolic extract (EEP), containing 11% dry extract (w/v).
Due to the absence of studies in Alagoas with information about Red propolis produced in the State, it is necessary to carry out studies on the bioactive potential of this natural product.
Most of the studies in the literature have investigated the antimicrobial activity of the propolis produced by Apis mellifera.
Chemical and botanical characterization of Chilean propolis and biological activity on cariogenic bacteria Streptococcus mutans and Streptococcus sobrinus.
A full hive also means the bees have had time to secure the hive with propolis. It would take a huge storm with a lot of wind to knock over a hive that is full of honey and has been secured with propolis.
In earlier studies, Croatian propolis [19], Chinese propolis, Brazilian propolis [20], and Egyptian propolis [21] have been found to have ameliorative effects on diabetes.
In the current investigation, we studied the antimicrobial effectiveness of five ethanolic extracts of propolis (EEP) from different regions of Colombia against six strains of Staphylococcus spp.
In recent years focus on natural products and alternative medicines has renewed interest in bee products such as honey, royal jelly, pollen, and propolis (2).
Propolis (bee glue) is a sticky dark-colored material that is collected from honeybee plants (buds and leaves), which is mixed with pollen as well as enzymes secreted by bees (Marcucci 1995).