Propolis suppositories for Candida albicans

by Sarah

Hello Angela, I would like to ask, are propolis suppositories safe? I had propolis drops and it was ok no allergic reaction. And for how long can I use them? In case I have a reaction what can I do?

Angela's comments:

Hi Sarah. I don't have any experience using propolis suppositories but I don't see why they would be unsafe, provided you are knowledgeable in inserting them and do so safely and in a sanitary fashion. In the event of a reaction, I would recommend you go the the hospital. If it is an allergic reaction, take an antihistamine like Benadryl.

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