Immune Power from Nature*
Propolis Extract from Terry Naturally® delivers EP300™ propolis, which has a unique profile of compounds that show astonishing immune-supporting power for you and your family.*
Propolis is a material used by bees to act as the hive's immune system, and has been used by humans for thousands of years to promote overall wellness and immune support. It has been extensively reasearched for a wide range of health benefits, including some of the most important for children and adults alike.*
Plus, Proplis Extract is produced with a commitment to bee friendly practices and healthy hives, and uses a patented method to filter out inactive resins and beeswax, yielding a powerful and concentrated proplis extract. Propolis Extract contains a wealth of special compounds that support you and the ones you love. We're certain it will become your go-to supplement for your entire family.*
- Upper Respiratory Function
- Kids' Ear Health
- Healthy Bacteria Balance
- Natural Resistance
- Everyday Wellness*
|Concentrated Bee Propolis Extract (EP300™)||200 mg||**|
**Daily Value Not Established.
If pregnant or nursing, consult a healthcare practitioner before use.
Frequently Asked Questions
A. Propolis is made from the resins gathered from trees and other plants and then modified by the bees’ own enzymes as they process the material, mix it with beeswax, and make it into a protective glue and sealant. Bees use propolis to protect their hive. It contains compounds that can support immune health.*
Royal jelly is a nutrient-rich food made by honey bees to feed both larvae and queens. For larvae, it is only fed for a short time, while queens rely on this food for their entire lives. Royal jelly is considered to have health properties of its own for humans, because of its amino acid, vitamin, enzyme, and trace mineral content, but it is not the same thing as propolis.
Beeswax is often confused with propolis, but they are not the same. Beeswax is used to construct the cell walls of the hive, while propolis is used to seal the hive (it is sometimes called “bee glue”) and protects the hive from bacteria and other invaders. Because propolis is used, in part, to cement the hive together, it can be found combined with beeswax, but that material is filtered out from our propolis.
A. While we are not aware of cross allergies for honey, and the product is filtered to remove beeswax, it is always best to check with your allergy specialist.