What is the difference between propolis liquid and capsules

Difference between propolis liquid and capsules. How to use propolis liquid?

Angela's Comments:

The main difference is that the propolis in a capsule is usually a dried powder.

Bee healthy,
Angela

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Nov 14, 2017
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Tincture or capsules
by: Mystic Springs

I am an Arizona beekeeper aND I have successfully used Africanized bee propolis to treat everything from Enfluenza to an abscessed tooth..I add spearmint and orange blossom honey when processing the tincture to make it more palatable. ...I take the tincture sublingually rather than swallowin it...that allows the medicine to get directly into the blood stream and quickly be dispatched to the infection....keep in mind that propolis is anti viral and anti bacterial so I avoid ingesting it to avoid killING benificial bacterial in the digestive tract.

Jun 17, 2017
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Propolis tincture or capsule better?
by: Anonymous

Hello,

I would like to hear your opinion with regard to why one would be better than the other. In the case of an urinary infection, taking propolis orally would be better in liquid or capsule format?

Thank you!

Angela's comments:

There really isn't much difference. Capsule form is simply dried propolis and the drying techniques are quite good so much of the beneficial compounds stay intact. This hasn't always been the case. If you want to play it safe, use the liquid tinctures but keep in mind propolis has a unique taste and texture. If you want to avoid this, use the capsules.

Hope that helps,
Angela

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