Propolis Extract has several applications and can be used to accelerate tissue regeneration, wound healing and disinfection, dry pimples, treat sore throat, flu, sinusitis and tonsillitis and help treat respiratory problems including irritative or phlegm cough.This medicine can be bought at pharmacies, health food stores or online, for a price that can vary between 8 and 20 reais, without the need for a prescription.
How to use
Propolis Extract should be used depending on the problem to be treated and the dosage depends on the concentration of the product, age, place of application, among others.Therefore, the instructions on the package and the doctor’s recommendation should be followed.
This extract can be used in many ways, such as applying a few drops directly to the wounds, diluting a few drops in the tea or applying to the throat, for example. Propolis extract should not be confused with formulations that, besides having propolis in the composition, have other associated substances, such as honey or ginger, for example.These formulations have specific indications, which are usually mentioned on the product label.
Propolis Extract may also be used in children under the advice of a pediatrician, but in these cases it is only indicated to use non-alcoholic extracts, as most extracts may contain this substance.
Possible side effects
Some of the side effects that may occur with the use of propolis extract may include allergies to propolis, such as swelling, redness, itching or hives on the skin.Therefore, to avoid severe allergic reactions, it is recommended to do a sensitivity test before using the extract, for that it is only necessary to drip 2 drops of the extract on the forearm and wait for 20 to 30 minutes and check for itching or redness in the skin. skin. To learn more about allergy testing.
Who should not use
Propolis Extract is contraindicated for patients with an allergy to propolis or any of the components of the product formula.In addition, versions of the alcohol extract in the composition are also contraindicated for children under 12 years of age.