VitalGuard Brazilian Green Propolis Liquid
VitalGuard Brazilian Green Propolis Liquid contains high-grade Brazillian Green Propolis extract with very high levels of flavonoids (38mg/ml), Arterpillin-C, phenolic compounds, vitamins, minerals and amino acids.
Aqueous Brazilian Green Propolis Extract is produced in a water-based solution (without alcohol & Propylene Glycol). This makes the product more convenient for consumption as it dissolves more easily in juices, water or any other recipe.
Health Benefits of Brazilian Green Propolis
Protection against damage of nerve cells.
Heart and circulatory health
Promotes wound healing and supports cellular regeneration
Anti-inflammatory and anti-ulcer
Benefits for skin
Brazilian Green Propolis Informations & Facts
Aqueous Brazilian Green Propolis Extract
In today’s market, Brazilian Green Propolis extract typically uses alcohol or propylene glycol as the solvent. Aqueous Brazilian Green Propolis Extract has the same properties but in water-based solution (without alcohol & Propylene Glycol). This makes the product more convenient for consumption as it dissolves more easily in juices, water or any other recipe. In addition, the aqueous extract makes it easy for consumption by children and people who cannot consume alcohol.
Nature's Gift For Good Immune Health
Sources of propolis can be found in various regions including Brazil, Australia, Europe, the United States and China. However, Brazilian Green Propolis contains the highest concentration of flavonoids. Brazil is home to a unique plant species (Baccharis dracunculifolia) where Brazilian green propolis are collected from. The bees collect resins on the Baccharis dracunculifolia buds, which gives propolis its green colour and produce the best grade of propolis with the highest level of flavonoids and Artepillin-C. Extracts of Brazilian green propolis possess antioxidant, antibiotic, antiviral, anti-inflammatory and antitumor properties. Brazillian Green Propolis can be taken orally to relieve flu, cough, inflammation, sore throat etc.
Propylene Glycol – Why do you want to avoid it?
It is a SYNTHETIC liquid which is water-soluble
It is obtained from the hydration of propylene oxide, which is derived from petroleum products
It is a solvent used in the paint and plastics industries
It is found in hand cleansers and disinfecting gels
It is used as one of the main ingredients in e-cigarettes
It is sprayed on the body of aircraft as antifreeze or deicing
Natural relief from flu, cough, and sore throats
Natural antibiotic and anti-viral properties. May boost the effectiveness of prescription antibiotics
Highly recommended for people who undergo chemotherapy or radiotherapy and at remission stage as adjuvant therapy
Beneficial for individuals with compromised immunity
Natural skin and beauty treatments
Each box contains:
3 x 10ml of Brazilian Green Propolis Aqueous Extract (38mg/ml flavonoid)
Adult: Dissolve 5 drops or 0.2ml in warm water and drink once a day after meal.
Store below 30°C. Protect from light and moisture
Traditionally used for general health
Approved by the Ministry Of Health Malaysia (MAL19026037TC)
Comparison with other types of Propolis
Well-researched scientific studies & Well-documented traditional use
Research conducted by the University of Sao Paulo and published at Jan 2011 demonstrated the promising antioxidant effect of Brazilian Propolis against oxidative stress of UV on the skin. More recently, the 14th International Congress of Immunology 2010 presented research on the effects of Brazilian propolis in ameliorating the severity of collagen-induced arthritis.
The traditional usage of Propolis has been backed with scientific evidence, from research journals documenting its health benefits and application uses. In Japan, Brazilian Green Propolis is extensively used in foods and beverages with the aim of improving health and immunity.
In ancient Rome, Propolis was used as a drug to reduce swelling and relieve pain. The medicinal properties of Propolis are well-documented in “Naturalis Historia” – the largest encyclopedia of the ancient world, and in the book “Regarding Medical Matters” by the Dioscorides, the famous physician of ancient Rome. In South Africa and the former USSR, Propolis is also widely used for various health applications including healing, and treatment of tuberculosis and lung problems. In ancient Egypt, Propolis was used to treat infections and swelling, and to accelerate hair growth.