What dosage of propolis to help receding gums?

I was wondering what dosage of propolis you would recommend to help heal receding gums? Thanks!

Angela's Comments:

What are you taking - capsules, chunks or tincture?

Angela

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Receding gums only below Crowns
by: Waco Kid

I'm thinking of getting bee propolis for gum erosion that is happening only below 2 of my crowns. what do you recommend?

Angela's Comments:

I would recommend our Alcohol Free Propolis Tincture 30 ml Acai flavor.

Find it here:

http://shop.bee-pollen-buzz.com/bee-pollen-buzz-super-premium-propolis-tincture-alcohol-free-30-ml-1-oz-acai-flavor/

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to avoid stains with tincture
by: Tookl

Try a GLYCERINE (not water)- based tincture

Jun 14, 2015
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cures for receding gums
by: Lore

For receding gums I have found that brushing with hydrogen peroxide dilution and t-tree mouthwash, and increasing doses of vitamin C (2 or 3 juiced oranges a day)is very effective. Sailors in old times suffered from scurvy which was vit C deficiency and they lost all their teeth. I would think that propolis added to the hydrogen peroxide would work well instead of t-tree.

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Propolis to help receding gums
by: Anonymous

Will the water based tincture stain your teeth?

Angela's comments:

The water based tincture is less likely to stain your teeth than the alcohol based product. What you might want to do is add one drop of it to your toothpaste and brush your teeth with it for several days to observe before applying higher amounts. The other thing to do is to rub the tincture directly into your gums, avoiding your teeth as much as possible. It is a good idea to take propolis internally at the same time.

Bee healthy,
Angela

Jul 26, 2013
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How to apply propolis to stop gum recession
by: Anonymous

H, I'm new to this. I just found out that gum recession is taking place within my mouth and was looking through the Internet for solutions since I don't have dental insurance. I was wondering if I was to buy propolis capsules can I just swallow it, if not then how can I use these capsules to stop the gum recession. Thanks, hope to hear back from you.

That will help but ideally you want to apply a tincture directly to the gums.

Bee healthy,
Angela

May 31, 2013
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Gum disease and receding gums
by: Sue

Does propolis help to reverse the receding of the gums and cure gum disease?

Hi Sue,
You can read more about gum disease and propolis here. I've covered this topic in depth:

http://www.bee-pollen-buzz.com/propolis-for-receding-gums.html

Bee healthy,
Angela

Aug 22, 2012
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Bee propolis
by: Anonymous

I used the 30% tincture last night and applied it to my gums,could not get the stains off my teeth,should I have diluted it?Also if I just ingest it does it have the same benefits?

Angela's comments:

Try to rub the propolis directly into the gums so that you don't get much dripping. And yes, you can dilute it. This will reduce the potency a bit but you should still obtain results, especially if you are consistent in the application of the propolis directly to the gums as well as taking it internally.

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Best propolis for receding gums?
by: Anonymous

Actually I'm not taking anything yet- what would you recommend? Was thinking about the tincture as I've read mostly reviews from persons who used the tincture.
Thanks!


Angela's Comments:

Yes, a water based tincture is what I'd recommend. Not only can you rub it into your gums but you can also take it internally, which I'd recommend.

Hope that helps,
Angela

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Best propolis product to use for receding gums?

I would like to try using bee propolis to treat periodontal disease/receding gums. What should I buy and how do I apply it?

Thanks so much for your help!
Robin

Angela's Comments:

Hi Robin,
If the area of your gums that you are treating is in the back of your mouth, I would suggest chewing the raw propolis chunks. Some people find that they can stain the teeth though so you may want to use our water based tincture or swallow the propolis capsules.

Bee healthy,
Angela

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Jan 23, 2012
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Do I Need to Swish in Mouth
by: Dana

This website is so helpful - thank you!

I too would like to use the tincture for receding gums but am concerned about staining. If I squirt it in the back of my throat and don't swish it in my mouth do you believe it will still be effective for the receding gums?

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How to use bee propolis chunks on receding gums

by Mizzie
(abu dhabi)

I only have the chunks available. How can I use it on my gums to help them regrow?

Thanks

Angela's Comments:

I would recommend that you simply chew the chunks Mizzie. You can also try to keep the chunk tucked in between your gums and cheek for several minutes. It is a good idea to take the propolis internally as well while treating your gums.

Bee healthy,
Angela

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Does Propolis actually HEAL receding gums?
by: JANE

Hi I am reading all of the interesting comments. I am not clear on whether propolis can actually heal receding gums- help stimulate new tissue- or it is only helpful is arresting the process and preventing it from getting worse.
Thanks!!

Jul 31, 2013
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How to apply propolis to your gums without staining teeth!
by: Shamanic Dream

Hoy Hey everyone! Well, I have been dealing with receding gums for a while, and have tried many things. I recently began using propolis, and it seems like it's really helping the gums, but it's a bit too soon to tell. Will post again soon after I've been doing it awhile.

Meanwhile, here's a way to apply propolis to the gums without staining teeth! Go to your local health food store and get some emu oil.

Get a small 4 oz or 8 oz mason jar or any glass jar with an airtight lid. Take some propolis tincture, either water-based, or much better, do like I do, use a thick, high potency alcohol based tincture. Place 10 or 15 drops of the thick tincture into the bottom of the jar, drop by drop (slowly) so it is evenly distributed across the bottom of the jar in drops which aren't touching one another. Then place the jar under a fan for 15 minutes or so to evaporate the alcohol off. Make sure the fan is pointing directly at the tincture (don't worry, it's so thick the blowing air won't budge the liquid!). You can tell when the alcohol is gone - smell it when you first put it in the jar, you will smell the alcohol - then smell it after ten or fifteen minutes - the alcohol smell will be gone.

When the alcohol is evaporated, add about an equal portion of the emu oil (be sure to either get the one in the link or one that is definitely OK for internal consumption - I contacted the company which sells this emu oil and the confirmed the purity and that it is fine for internal use - I have been using it on my gums and lips for a long time. It's amazing!). Next take 2 or 3 vitamin E capsules and pierce them to open them up and squeeze the vitamin E into the mix. You could stir the mix with a small utensil of some kind, but I just wash my hands well and then stir it up with my finger. Stir until all three ingredients are well blended.

Voila! There you have it. You can now apply this mixture to your gums profusely, and if a bit gets on your teeth no problem, it will wipe right off. I have been doing this every night before bed for about 5 days, and boy my gums really like it! I think after a few months it will be like a genuine miracle - I will repost to give the long term results. Also an added benefit - emu oil is known to penetrate all layers of the dermis, and is also known to take whatever it is mixed with through those layers, so even though propolis is thick and some of it will stay on the surface of your gums, a lot of it will go deep down into the gum tissue with the vitamin E and emu oil! Fabulous!

You can experiment with the ratios of the three ingredients if it is too thick or thin. It's really easy to make and super therapeutic for the gum tissues. Happy Healing!

Shaman

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Propolis for gum disease

by Lee Adeline
(Singapore)

I have taken propolis for two months for gum disease which helps to stop bleeding. After 4 months, my mouth is still very sticky. How do I get ride of the sticknesss.

Would be greatful if you can give me a suggestion.

Angela's Comments:

It is possible that the resins in the propolis you are taking (which feel like beeswax and are quite sticky) is causing this problem for you. I would suggest taking a water based propolis product with a lower percentage of propolis in it. Our 20% Water Based Propolis tincture has no sticky texture to it at all.

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What type works best for gums
by: Anonymous

Im trying to use a 45% tincture with glycerine, water, and alcohol on my gums. Its very runny though and i would expect it would have to adhere more to the gums. Is there a better ratio or form to use the propolis?

Angela's Comments:

The issue with using a tincture with a higher amount of propolis in it is that it becomes very 'sticky' and difficult to apply as the propolis content increases. Your best bet is to rub in the 45% to the gums.

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How to Use Bee Propolis in Healing Receding Gums

by Ria
(London, UK)


Hello . I am very impressed by what I have read here and on the general internet about bee propolis as a cure for receding gums.

I have recently had a dental check after many years which showed gaps between some of my teeth and gums, (but no decay or gum disease as such) and was advised to have these filled …..but it would require some drilling (tho minimal) to allow the filling to stick. I am concerned at my tooth being further worn down , however minimally, by this procedure, and am looking for an alternative that would be as effective, if not more so.

Someone here the most effective one was in a water tincture...but could I please have some more details on the potency, frequency & method of use etc .
Where can I buy this in London?

I found a a 50% bee propolis tincture made in ethly alcohol at the Royal Hospital for integrated medicine which also specialises in homeopathic remedies ....which a water tincture seems to suggest?


Wuld some kind of honey with pollen, royal jelly and propolis aid this condition….and how would I use it?

Are there any other foods that contain propolis?


Would really appreciate your experience ….Thank you.


Angela's Comments:

Hi Ria,
There are no foods other than raw honey that contain propolis. The amount of propolis in raw honey is not a therapeutic amount so you'll need to use a propolis supplement like the tincture you mention. The problem with using an alcohol base product on the gums is that it can be a bit harsh on the gums. I'd suggest finding a water based product for gum use.

http://www.bee-pollen-buzz.com/bee-propolis-products.html#beepropolistinctures

Most water based propolis tinctures are 20% propolis. I would suggest applying it to your gums twice daily and also consuming the tincture internally each day at least once. (take a 1/2 dropper full)

Please let us know how your gums respond!

Bee healthy,
Angela

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I used the 70% propolis as well
by: Paul

I also did the same thing; used 70% Propolis on my gums (not sure why this stuff is even on the market... it's like glue!). Being that it is so sticky and difficult to fully remove from all the spots in my mouth, my question is, is it harmful to the teeth if it stays on overnight? My assumption is that it will eventually get fully clean after two or three brushes, but I'm worried about the little crevices that it found it's way into. Regardless, I've now purchased the 20% water based propolis and look forward to giving it a try.
Thanks for this great site!

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solid propolis and gums
by: eleanor

i bought some propolis in a solid form at the farmer's market. is it at all useful for the gums to simply chew it? if not how can i make a tincture? thanks

Yes, you can chew small pieces of it for your gums.

Angela

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How do I keep Propolis from staining?
by: Anonymous

I have just tried my new purchase of Bee Propolis 70% tincture on my gums. It has coated and stuck to my teeth. I realize that it is a resin, and now find it sticks like tree sap. How do I use it correctly, with out staining my mouth brown.


Angela's comments:

Hi there. What brand of propolis is that? 70% is very high and will be very resinous, as you've found out. For gum and tooth applications, I only recommend using a 20% water based tincture. This won't stick to your teeth at all and is much easier to apply. It has been my experience that you won't be able to apply a tincture that is higher than 50% without a great deal of frustration.

Bee healthy,
Angela

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Propolis for regenerating gum tissue?

Which product is best for use on the gums? Exactly how is it used? Would the tincture be best in alcohol or water base? Thanks.


Angela's Comments:

I recommend using a propolis toothpaste to brush your teeth and then rubbing the water based tincture on the gums several times daily.

http://www.bee-pollen-buzz.com/propolis-toothpaste.html

Bee healthy,
Angela


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help how do I get the bee propalis off my teeth it's stained them
by: Anonymous

I got bee propolis on my teeth and it stained my teeth very badly how do I get it off please help.


Angela's comments:

Try using baking soda and coconut oil.

Angela

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Receding Gums & Bee Propolis?

by Sue
(UK)

Hello, could you please tell me if bee propolis tincture is effective in the treatment of gum disease/receding gums. Many thanks.

Angela's Comments:

There have been several studies on bee propolis and oral health published that I have listed on my site. I don't recall coming across a study on gum disease/receding gums but it would not surprise me in the least if propolis did in fact help with these conditions.

Propolis has been shown to prevent cavities, protect injured teeth and aid in root canals. It also has shown strong anti-inflammatory properties so it is not a stretch at all to think that it won't help with receding gums and gum disease.

I can give you a real world example - my husband had minor gum disease and he began taking propolis about six months ago to help with his allergies. His annual dental checkup came around after 6 months of propolis ingestion and the dentist raved about the health of his teeth. He said there was a big improvement over his previous check up, no cavities and much less gum disease. He didn't tell the dentist what he was doing but just said he was flossing more!


Study:

As reported in the Journal of Ethnopharmacol in August, 2009, scientists decided to review the many studies done on propolis regarding its ability to promote oral care.

Since propolis is already being used in some oral care products, the scientists felt that a critical analysis of all the studies done from 1978 to present date was warranted.

Several investigations carried out with propolis and its many compounds showed reductions in Streptococcus mutans counts and interference with their ability to adhere to your teeth and glucosyltransferase activity, which are considered major properties in the establishment of the cavity process.

Data from human studies have demonstrated reductions in Streptococcus mutans counts in saliva, the plaque index, and insoluble polysaccharide formation. These findings indicate that propolis and/or its compounds are promising cavity preventing agents.

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Dental Care
by: Sue

I have been seeing my dentist for gum disease this last twelve months. I have only just been taking propolis and royal jelly capsules to boost my immune system for next years Winter...and help with this years allergies...

I have an appointment again with my dentist in approxiamtely three months to see how my gums are going.

Hopefully there is a marked improvement, especially since taking the propolis....shall let you know.

Angela's Comments:

Great Sue, please post your results here. Would love to hear about your results.

Bee healthy,
Angela

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Propolis and gum health

by suzi
(ct)

Hi Angela

I just received my shipment of goodies and I am super excited to start them. My question is about propolis. I bought this for my mom who suffers from gum disease. She went to every specialist she could find to no avail. No one knows what she has. I stumbled across your site and thought she could give propolis a try. I know you said to just take a dropper to the back of the throat but is that also the best way for gum health? Any info would be greatly appreciated.

Angela' Response:

You can apply the propolis tincture to some cotton and apply it to the gums that way or even make a mouth wash with it and rinse/swish with it. Be careful though as some people find it can stain the teeth. Keep in mind that ingesting propolis orally and swallowing will allow the propolis to enter the blood. The propolis will circulate into the blood stream and exercise its anti-viral/bacterial properties so you will still enjoy the benefits of this wonderful substance by swallowing it whole.

There are also some propolis toothpastes on the market now which may be of interest to you.

Angela

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propolis gum?
by: Anonymous

I just bought some propolis gum for my husband. he is going thru chemo and is very nausea. someone told be that this helped them but if my husband get stung by bees he swells up. is this product ok for him to use? please let me know.

Angela's Comments:

There is no bee venom in propolis, which is what those that are allergic to bee's react too. Have him test a very small piece of gum to determine tolerance if you decide to try it. As always, supervision by a medical professional is recommended.

Angela

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Propolis tincture for gums

Question 1)
How do I use the proplis tincture in my mouth? I read that it was very successful in helping with receding gums, and mouth infections. The bottle says mix a few drops with honey and eat it for over all health.

I believe it should go on the gums according to what I read. Unfortunately I cannot find the websites that had the articles. So I tried putting it right on my gums and it stuck to my teeth, staining them brown.

Question 2) Is how to remove it from my teeth?

Thank you in advance for your help,
Michelle

Hi Michelle,
Using a 70% propolis in your mouth is much too strong. I'd recommend using a 20% propolis which you can apply directly to your gums and won't stick to your teeth or gums.

http://www.bee-pollen-buzz.com/bee-propolis-products.html#beepropolistinctures

As for removing the propolis tincture, you may want to try a vinegar based product or baking soda.

Bee healthy,
Angela

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Regrowing back gums with propolis?

by Chrisma
(UK)

Can Bee Proplis, really help back to regrow the gums?
Can I purchase this from Holland & Barratts?

Many thanks!

Hi Chrisma,
Propolis has shown tremendous oral health benefits in many studies. Improving gum health is certainly one of them. Regrowing your gums is difficult to say as I am not a dentist nor have I come across any study that would suggest this. I do know of studies that have shown propolis improved the success rate of having teeth put back in after being knocked out. It also shows activity against the bacteria that causes cavities and gum disease. So it may be worth a try...

Angela

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Bee propolis for gum health

by Rebecca C.

Wow, your website has so much great information! I am planning to order some bee pollen granules, but I have a question about the propolis. I have a lot of trouble with the health of my teeth and gums, especially keeping plaque under control (even with flossing). It sounds like the propolis might help with this? What is the best form/way to take it for gum issues?

Angela's Response:

Hi Rebecca,
Great question. It has been my experience that taking propolis internally (swallowing it) provides the many health benefits for the gums and teeth. I have experienced this myself recently with my dentist. I recommend that you simply take a quality tincture (either water or alchohol based will do). There is no need to apply the propolis to the gums or teeth - the many studies on propolis will support this. Plus, chewing raw propolis can stain the teeth as it is very dark in color.

Bee healthy ~ Angela

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Tincture on receding gums

How often can the propolis tincture be used on gums.

Angela's Comments:

You can use it multiple times per day on the gums.
I recommend brushing using a propolis based toothpaste along with the tincture use.

Bee healthy,
Angela

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Taking Bee Propolis by pill form for receding gums

by Brooke
(Bakersfield, Ca)

If I take Bee Propolis by pill, will it still help with my receding gums? Or does it have to be applied directly to the gums?

Angela's comments:

It will still help although applying it directly is the most effective. I recommend a 20% water based propolis tincture to minimize the staining of your teeth.

Bee healthy,
Angela

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Bee Propolis for receeding gums?

by Ted
(Charlotte, NC)

I have receeding gums and just recently found out bee propolis is great for regenerating the gum tissue. However I heard the 30% could stain your teeth. How specifically could I apply bee propolis to my gums without staining my teeth? Should I buy it and take it orally with water?

Angela's Comments:

Hi Ted,
I'd suggest obtaining a 20% water based propolis for gum application. We've had great success using this strength of propolis and it doesn't seem to stain the teeth. For maximum results use a propolis based toothpaste along with the tincture.

You can find these products here:

http://www.bee-pollen-buzz.com/bee-propolis-products.html#beepropolistinctures

http://www.bee-pollen-buzz.com/propolis-toothpaste.html

Bee healthy,
Angela

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What kind of propolis tincture to apply to the gums?

Hi, I was looking through your propolis tinctures, as you recommended, and saw the water and the alcohol product. I was wondering which product would be better and safer if I am hoping to apply the product to the gums because of gum disease/gum recession.

Thanks, hope to hear back from you.

Hi There,
I'd recommend the Water based tincture to apply to the gums.

Bee healthy,
Angela

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How to Use Propolis for Receding Gums

by Celene
(Los Angeles, CA)

By Angela, RNCP

Since my 2 pregnancies my gum lines have been receding. I was one of the people with pregnancy gingivitis with bleeding, red, swollen gums.

In my early years, I was told that I have ‘soft teeth' and would get cavities. Once my adult teeth came in, I still suffered with getting the odd cavity despite eating healthy and brushing daily.

I have been on a mission to reverse this, and here are my top natural oral hygiene tips from the inside out.

Dentists report that receding gums are an early indicator of osteoporosis and I am not interested in having that, so here is my protocol:

I have to say that I have been doing this now solid for 2 years (although the Collagen Plus I have been using now for 7 years), recently I have been more consistent with the vitamin D and propolis.

How to Treat Receding Gums:

1. Take your bee propolis daily. Propolis has been shown in a number of studies to improve tooth health. You can take this one as it has acai and propolis together in nice tasting drops. Acai is also Anti-plaque, Anti-viral & Anti-bacterial. Propolis has these properties too along with being anti-inflammatory. Inflammation is the leading cause if many diseases and problems. Propolis may reduce the bacteria Streptococcus (cavity causing bacteria) and interfere with their ability to adhere to your teeth. These are considered major properties in the establishment of the cavity process. http://www.bee-pollen-buzz.com/bee-propolis-products.html#BPBPropolisTincture

2. Use propolis based toothpaste/sprays and rinses. A 2007 study from the European Journal of Dentistry found that those who used an oral rinse with propolis had improved gingival scores. It has been my experience that using a propolis based toothpaste to brush the teeth AND then applying a 20% water based propolis extract can be very effective for gum disease and gingivitis. Our customers have found that applying the propolis tincture with a finger directly to the gums twice daily works well

3. Take 10 drops Collagen Plus daily. I LOVE this supplement because it is great for your skin, hair, nails, bones AND teeth! Collagen is vital for the structure and strength of your teeth. We get so many reports of receding gums improving after using collagen plus on a regular basis and there are studies showing how taking Orthosilicic Acid for 12 months improves bone mineral density by 2% which is huge considering fosamax does not do much better and comes with many side effects.

4. Vitamin D – 5,000 mg /day. A 2011 study vitamin D may be beneficial for oral health, not only for its direct effect on bone metabolism but also due to its ability to function as an anti-inflammatory agent and stimulate the production of anti-microbial peptides.

5. Take your probiotics and cranberry. Probiotic Plus contains both BB536 and cranberry! Take 2 caps per day – for better digestion and preventing bacteria from sticking to the teeth. Strong, Shelf stable Bifidobacteria Strain BB536 helps with all gastrointestinal disorders and the gut needs to be working for overall health and absorption. It also contains 500mg of Pacran TM - whole Cranberry extract which prevent bacteria from binding to the teeth.

6. Cut refined sugar, and processed foods. All of this as you know contributes to poor health including oral health. Take a good multi vitamin with minerals

From Celene:

Hello, I'm wondering if the propolis tincture will help me with my receding gums. My gums have started to recede badly but it's only on one part in between two crowns where I had one root canal done. Only one gum is swollen, where the root canal isn't located. I've been using a manuka and propolis toothpaste for about 2 weeks now and it's helped with the pain that I don't feel much anymore. There's still gum tissue in the back, guessing it's just the front layer receding for now. Will the propolis help me regenerate the tissue in this type of situation?

Angela's Comments:

Hi Celene,
It has been my experience that propolis toothpaste is not strong enough to successfully treat receding gums. The protocol that has worked successfully for myself and our clients is a combination of propolis tincture and a collagen product.

I recommend applying twice daily a Alcohol Free propolis such as our Super Premium Alcohol Free Propolis Tincture:

http://www.bee-pollen-buzz.com/bee-propolis-products.html#BPBPropolisTincture

I would also strongly recommend you consider a collagen boosting product such as Collagen Plus:

http://www.bee-pollen-buzz.com/collagenplus.html

This combination of products is highly effective.

Bee healthy,
Angela

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