Propolis is an apicultural product that bees make with the resins and secretions of certain trees - especially conifers - located near the apiary. Propolis is a material that protects the hive and preserves the environment, with remarkable balsamic and anti-infective virtues. In its highly varied chemical composition, propolis contains aromatic oils, resins, balsams and pollen. Menthol causes a sensation of freshness and a certain analgesic effect that synergizes the antitussive action.

The chemical composition of propolis is very complex; it has around three hundred different components, many of which have different properties. Numerous scientific studies point out the benefits of propolis while identifying flavonoids as the ones responsible for said benefits, mainly on microorganisms, as a pain reliever and also as regards tissue repairs in cases of burns and injuries. Other outstanding benefits are the prevention of respiratory tract infections, making it an effective protector of the throat and vocal cords, as well as for the treatment of canker sores and oral abscesses. 
Nutritional Information

Serving: 5 candies. Energy value: 88 Kcal = 368 Kj (4% DV*); Carbohydrates: 22 g (7%DV). This product does not provide significant amounts of protein, total fat, saturated fat, trans fat, dietary fiber, or sodium.
*% Daily Values based on a 2000 Kcal diet or 8400 Kj. Daily values may be higher or lower depending on individual energy needs.


20 units

Recommended intake

Adults: 1 candy to be dissolved in mouth 5 times a day.
Children between 4 and 12 years of age: 1 candy twice a day. 


Not to be taken by pregnant or lactating women, or by children under 4 years of age. Not to be taken by people allergic or sensitive to propolis. 
This product must not be used by diabetic patients.
Maximum daily intake of propolis for adults: 300 mg. Maximum daily intake of propo

Biographic reference
› Chaillou L.L., Herrera H.A., Maidana J.F. Estudio del propóleos de Santiago del Estero, Argentina. Ciencia Tecnol. Aliment. Vol. 24 N° 1. Campinas (2004). Disponible en:
› Noriega Salmón V. El propóleo, otro recurso terapéutico en la práctica clínica. Curso de adaptación de grado - Departamento de enfermería Univ. de Cantabria (2014) Disponible en:
› Fierro Morales W. Evidencia científica del propóleos desde el punto de vista médico. Buenos Aires (2000). Disponible en:
› Fierro W. Propóleos: propiedades terapéuticas y uso clínico. Tendencias en medicina. Uruguay (1995). 6:30-38
› Rojas N y Col. Acción antibacteriana de un preparado a base de propóleos. In: Asís M. editors. Investigaciones Cubanas sobre el propóleos. Actas del 1º simposio sobre los efectos del propóleos en la salud humana y animal. Varadero, Cuba. (1988). 78-82
› Mirzoeva O.K., Grishanin R.N., Calder P.C. Acción antimicrobiana del propóleo y algunos de sus componentes: los efectos sobre el crecimiento, el potencial de membrana y la motilidad de las bacterias. Microbiol. Res (1997). 152(3):239-46
› Al-Ani I., Zimmermann S., Reichling J., Wink M. Actividades antimicrobianas del propóleos europeo recogidas de diversos orígenes geográficos por sí solas y en combinación con antibióticos. Medicines (Basel). (2018) 3;5(1). Disponible en:
› Khayyal M., Ghazaly M., Khatib A. Mecanismos involucrados en el efecto antiinflamatorio del extracto de propóleos. Drugs Under Experimental & Clinical Research. (1993).19(5):197-203

Active compounds


Numerous scientific studies point out the benefits of propolis. Flavonoids are responsible for said benefits, mainly on microorganisms as a pain reliever and also as a tissue repairer in cases of burns and injuries. Other outstanding benefits are the prevention of respiratory tract infections, making it an effective protector of the throat and vocal cords, and the treatment of canker sores and mouth abscesses. 




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