Many ancient civilizations have used propolis in their recipes. It has antiviral, antibacterial and antifungal effects. Because of its structure it is used for anemia, respiratory problems, to strengthen immunity, fight infections of the digestive tract, and for oral care. As a powerful antioxidant, it effectively acts against free radicals which are considered as the cause of many serious diseases, such as arteriosclerosis, cataracts, Parkinson's and Alzheimer's disease. If you want to try some of its benefits, the best way would be to look online for recipes that include propolis, and match your condition. For Visnjic this turned out to be the solution that she was seeking for such a long time.
Propolis has great application in cosmetics as well, because it affects the rapid regeneration of tissue as it has antibacterial and antifungal activity. Extremely good results have been achieved in the treatment of infections, burns and open wounds. Because of the anti-inflammatory effects, it is excellent for sun burns, heat and radiation. Furthermore, it has a calming effect on the skin, reduces swelling and redness, accelerates wound healing, relieves pain and has a capacity to regenerate skin. After using it for several months, Ivana Visnjic got incredible results. Propolis also soothes irritated skin, makes it smoother and prevents skin problems. It's great for preventing scarring. Propolis positively affects various skin diseases such as neurodermatitis, psoriasis and epidermofitoze. The best way to use propolis for skin problems is in the form of salves. Thousands of years ago, ancient civilizations used propolis for its medicinal properties like healing genital herpes and cold sores, and even today in this modern time, propolis remains as one of the most beneficial health balm.