Propolis Throat Spray

Propolis Throat Spray provides immune-boosting vitamins and antioxidants that can help soothe the throat. It’s free from artificial flavors, preservatives, and gluten.

Throat Spray

Immunomodulatory effects of bee products are known from in vitro, animal, and clinical studies. In particular, propolis is effective as primary or adjunctive therapy in treating respiratory tract-related diseases and disorders.

A healthy throat is an important part of the respiratory system. Propolis Throat Spray uses the health boosting properties of Manuka South UMF 15+ Manuka honey, together with propolis, myrrh and other herbs to provide soothing relief for irritated throat tissues and to help support healthy immune defences.

Originally created by bees to seal the hive, this natural resin is composed of the plant buds and resins of poplar, birch, alder and pine trees. Bees use it to protect their hives from infection, and for the same reason, humans have been using bee propolis for centuries for its powerful anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, antibiotic, antifungal and antiviral benefits.

The antibacterial, anti-fungal and antiviral effects of bee propolis are due to its flavonoids and polyphenols. These compounds are also responsible for the phenolic and astringent properties of this natural substance. Propolis is known to exhibit these properties in a wide range of conditions, including oral hygiene, fighting colds and flu, wound healing, supporting a healthy gut, preventing and treating cancer, and reducing herpes symptoms.

Its anti-inflammatory properties make it a great natural remedy for sore throats and other respiratory issues. Research shows that when diluted with water and sprayed into the mouth, propolis can soothe irritated tissues and reduce the pain associated with a sore throat.

In addition to soothing the throat, a mixture of herbs in this formulation promotes optimal oral and respiratory health. This includes myrrh, which is known to reduce inflammation and support the body’s natural detoxification pathways, as well as clove oil which acts to numb painful tissues. This blend is supported by echinacea and pelargonium root to help fight off the bugs that can cause common colds, sore throats and other respiratory issues.

Although the evidence is promising, more research on human propolis benefits is needed. Since propolis is a supplement, it should be used cautiously, and any dietary addition should be accompanied by individualized medical advice. For most people, however, a small amount of propolis in a spray formula is unlikely to cause any side effects. As with any dietary addition, those who are allergic to bees or honey should patch test before adding propolis.

Boosts Immune System

A potent natural immune-boosting supplement, formulated from sustainably harvested bee propolis, with over 300+ beneficial compounds. The throat spray soothes a sore throat and offers an immune boost with no added artificial ingredients or refined sugars.

Propolis is a complex mixture of beeswax, tree resin and a variety of plant waxes, essential oils, flavonoids, amino acids and fatty acids. It acts as the hive’s defence mechanism, protecting against infection and disease. Propolis is rich in bioflavonoids and has been reported to have antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral properties. It is also a powerful antioxidant, with its main flavonoids being caffeic acid phenethyl ester (CAPE). Propolis is known to support the immune system by inhibiting the activation of macrophages and monocytes as well as suppressing the secretion of inflammatory mediators like histamine.

The antioxidative properties of propolis are primarily due to its ability to stimulate the expression of antioxidant proteins in cells. These include heme oxygenase-1, the regulator and catalytic subunits of glutamate-cysteine ligase and g-glutathione reductase. These genes are involved in reducing oxidative stress by limiting the production of hydroxyl radicals, reactive oxygen species and superoxides. Propolis is also known to reduce oxidation of low density lipoproteins and promote wound healing [32].

Recent studies have shown that propolis can also be used as a natural immunomodulator. It has been found to enhance the function of T lymphocytes, as well as NK cells and CD4+ T lymphocytes, by increasing their proliferation in vitro and enhancing their antibody production and antigen-specific proliferation. It also significantly improves cellular immunity in mice by stimulating the synthesis of antibodies against influenza A virus.

Additionally, propolis has been shown to inhibit the replication of hepatitis C virus and hepatitis B virus in human hepatocytes and also to inhibit NF-kB activation in primary human T lymphocytes. It is believed that the phenolic compounds in propolis such as lignans and diterpenes may act to inhibit viral replication by blocking the integrase enzymes that allow the viruses to insert genetic material into host cells. It has also been shown to have neuroprotective effects, by modulating the expression of antioxidant genes in neurons exposed to oxidative stress.

Supports Healthy Gut

In addition to its antiviral and antibacterial properties, propolis is known for containing phytonutrients that support the gut microbiome and improve gut health. One study found that propolis may promote the growth of “good” bacteria in the colon, which can help reduce inflammation and other conditions.

Another benefit of this powerful superfood is its ability to strengthen the immune system. This is because it contains natural antioxidants and can help neutralize free radical damage in the body.

This throat spray is a blend of thyme, honey and propolis. It has a sweet flavor with a zing of apple cider vinegar and has a thick texture that coats the throat and soothes tissues immediately. The ingredients in this throat spray are raw, and the honey used is local, resulting in a deliciously complex herbal taste.

The phenolic compounds in propolis act as a kind of immune system stimulant, and are known for their anti-inflammatory properties. This makes them a natural treatment for colds and sore throats. Studies show that these nutrients can boost the activity of white blood cells, which are the body’s first line of defense against viruses and bacteria.

A recent study published in the journal Complementary Therapies in Medicine also found that the components in propolis can inhibit the growth of herpes viruses such as HSV-1 and HSV-2, which are responsible for oral and genital herpes. The researchers found that the phenolic compounds in propolis inhibited the attachment of the herpes viruses to human cells.

This propolis throat spray is the perfect supplement for immune support during seasonal changes and travel. It contains high-grade bee propolis and non-GMO vegetable glycerin, as well as thyme and essential oil for added throat soothing benefits. It is alcohol-free and free from all refined sugars, artificial ingredients, and preservatives. It is also gluten-free, Paleo certified, and third party tested for quality and potency. It is also naturally sourced and sustainable, and is completely free of GMOs, pesticide residue, and any other toxic chemicals. This is the ultimate natural throat spray. Spray three times a day.

Promotes Healthy Teeth

When our throats are scratchy, it can be hard to speak clearly and express ourselves. This is when it’s important to boost our immune systems with nutritive support from natural ingredients. This throat spray contains powerful bee propolis to soothe a sore throat and boost the immune system with over 300 beneficial compounds. It’s free from GMOs, gluten, artificial colors and preservatives.

Propolis is a sticky substance bees create that’s a mixture of beeswax, resin sap and substances from plants and trees. It’s also antiviral, antibiotic, antifungal and an antioxidant. It’s like the bees’ own glue and serves as a sealant to protect the hive. Propolis has long been used by humans for various health reasons.

Studies have found that the flavonoids in propolis may help reduce the risk of certain cancers, including oral, lung, skin and breast cancer. Other research indicates that it’s helpful for balancing blood sugar levels in those with diabetes. In some animal studies, propolis has been shown to reduce swelling and aid in the healing of wounds. Some research has even shown that propolis might work as a treatment for herpes.

Our throat spray contains a high concentration of beneficial nutrients to boost the immune system and support healthy teeth. It is made from natural ingredients that are free from synthetic preservatives, alcohol and fillers. It’s also certified keto and paleo, making it perfect for those who follow a low-carb diet.

Our throat spray is formulated with the highest quality of raw materials. Frozen crude propolis was grounded using a grinder and extracted with 70% ethanol. The extract was then filtered to remove wax. The resulting liquid was then mixed with MCT oil, cold-pressed black cumin oil and a-tocopherol to produce our oral/throat spray formulation. In an in vitro assay, the propolis solution demonstrated a larger zone of inhibition than chlorhexidine against S. aureus, an important pathogen that causes sore throats and is responsible for hospital infections in humans (Kim et al., 2010). It also showed significant antifungal and antibacterial activity. This suggests that our throat spray might be useful in the management of common fungal and bacterial infections in the mouth and throat.