ARKOCAPS Propolis 40 capsules BIO Arkopharma
ARKOCAPS PROPOLIS BIO are dietary supplements that help stimulate your immune defenses.
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Who is ARKOGELULES for Propolis 40 Arkopharma BIO capsules?
Propolis is a resin harvested by bees on damaged tree bark. It has been used for its antiseptic virtues for more than 20 centuries.
Propolis can be taken as a cure to strengthen the body's natural defenses.
What are the actions of ARKOGELULES Propolis 40 Arkopharma BIO capsules?
The propolis contained in Arkopharma capsules has immunostimulatory properties. Indeed, propolis promotes the stimulation of the body's defenses by increasing the production of antibodies and lymphocytes to defend against external aggressions such as bacteria, viruses and fungi.
Propolis also has antibacterial, antifungal and antiviral properties.
Its anti-inflammatory properties reduce the inflammation caused by infections of the respiratory system and the ENT sphere.
Propolis is therefore very effective against sore throats. It is analgesic and can therefore treat angina and rhinopharyngitis .
What are the results of daily use of ARKOCAPS Propolis 40 Arkopharma BIO capsules?
Arkocaps Propolis can fight against respiratory tract infections as an antibiotic but without the side effects and possible resistance of germs.
Advice for use and dosage
Before meals, take 1 capsule morning, noon and evening with a large glass of water.
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Organic propolis extract
Organic apple fibers (Malus domestica Borkh.)
Envelope of plant origin: hydroxypropyl methylcellulose.
Precaution of use
Keep away from heat and light.
Presentation of ARKOCAPS Propolis 40 capsules BIO Arkopharma
Box of 40 organic propolis capsules.
Our advice and expert advice in pharmacy
Known for more than 3,000 years, propolis was frequently used by Egyptians for the preparation of ointments and to mummify the dead. According to Aristotle and Pliny the Elder, other ancient civilizations, like the Greeks and Romans, appreciated it for its antiseptic and healing abilities . Pure propolis was thus part of the pharmacy of legionaries in the field. In the Middle Ages it still contributed to the healing of arrow wounds. Despite some marginal uses, especially during the Boer War in 1902, it is gradually replaced, over the last two centuries, by traditional medicines. However, propolis retains all its properties to soothe respiratory diseases and stimulate the immune system.