Propolis powder? How much to take...

by Imene
(Tunis, Tunisia)

I finally got my hands on propolis but in the form of a powder. I couldn't find any reference on your website to the use of propolis powder and recommendation on the daily intake. Could you please advise?

Also, is it okay to take proplis on daily basis, just like Bee pollen? I take my bee pollen every morning and after meals and I can feel the difference already.

Thanks a lot for your wisdom!

Angela's Comments:

Bee propolis powder is essentially the same thing we put into our propolis capsules. (we simply take a powder and encapsulate it) So, I am assuming the powder you bought is a standard strength and not concentrated. In that case, I would recommend taking 2000 - 3000 mg per day for general health. That would be roughly a third to half of a teaspoon of propolis powder. And yes, propolis is safe to take on a daily basis. In fact, I take it virtually every day to ward off colds and flu.

So glad to hear that you're getting great results taking bee pollen! Propolis and pollen taken together is a great combo!

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Mar 29, 2024
Propolis dosage for digestive issues
by: James

I just started taking propolis for digestive issues and I was also wondering how much to take. I'm taking the powder pills and started with 2000 MG. a day 1000 MG in the morning and a 1000 in the evening. Just wondering if that is enough or should I take more? Thank you! James

Angela's comments:

Very tough to recommend a dose James without knowing more about your health history but what you've started with is reasonable. Try that for several weeks and if needed, you can safely increase by another 1000 mg a day.

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