Chunks do not stain my teeth

I've been taking propolis chunks for a long time, by chewing and drinking a glass of water after. Chewing them removed any stains and made my teeth whiter and healthier.

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Propolis chunks - teeth staining?

by Jen
(Ohio)

Hello! My question is about the propolis chunks. Will chewing them stain your teeth?

Thanks,
Jen


Angela's Comments:

They certainly can yes. If this is a concern of yours, I suggest using the capsules or better yet, the 50% propolis tincture. You can find it here:

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

Bee healthy,
Angela

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Teeth staining concern

I read earlier in your comments about bee propolis that it tastes terrible and will stain teeth--i.e., squirt it to the back of the throat (and although it doesn't say this, I'm wondering if one has to try to keep from gagging.) The reason I want to try the propolis chunks is to address chronic gum disease and would assume that chewing the chunks will provide the most direct help. Am I wrong in thinking this would be a highly unpleasant task and that I would also end up with black teeth? Is another form better? What about bee pollen? Does it do the same thing?
Thanks. I'm just learning about this natural product and feel there are more variations than I can sort through.

Angela's Comments:

Great questions. Propolis won't stain your teeth black. And we find that people who chew the chunks are almost always fine as long as they practice healthy oral cleaning habits. And most people chew the propolis chunks with their very rear teeth so if some dis-coloring did occur, it is not noticeable. You are correct in that chewing provides the most direct help for the gums but taking it internally works as well.

You may want to try our water based tincture which is diluted. I use it on my lips for a lip balm/protector and I have had no issues with staining. And no, bee pollen won't do the same thing as propolis. For gum health, you'll need to use propolis!

Bee healthy,
Angela

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Propolis Liquid-Staining of teeth?

Hello and thank you for allowing me to post a question.

I have been using Propolis liquid to relieve my chronic canker sores. It works wonderfully after I place a few drops directly onto the sore itself. However, I am feeling as though my teeth have become stained and a darker color since I began using this product.

Does the propolis stain teeth?

Can the stains be removed when I head to the dentist?

Should I stop using the product because it stains?

Any information you are able to provide will help me immensely.

Thank you.

Angela's Comments:

Propolis can stain your teeth, yes. It doesn't in all people but some find it does.

I would suggest using a weaker propolis tincture like a 20% water base propolis instead of a 50% or stronger. We find this product doesn't stain as badly and sometimes not at all.

Bee healthy,
Angela

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Raw propolis chunks - stain the teeth?

Hi,
I want to order the raw propolis chunks.
In the forum you say the chunks cause staining of the teeth! Can you chew them without stsining--your website says to chew as long as possible.
i am confused.

Angela's Comments:

In some cases we do see the chunks stain the teeth. If this is something you are concerned about, I would suggest using the tincture and using the dropper to squirt the tincture to the back of the throat.

Bee healthy,
Angela

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bee propolis stained my teeth

how do I get the bee propolis off my teeth? They're stained very badly.

Angela's comments:

Try using baking soda and coconut oil.

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