by Dr. Lawrence Wilson
î June 2018, L.D. Wilson Consultants, Inc.
All information in this article is only the opinion of the author and is for educational purposes only. It is not for the diagnosis, treatment, prescription or cure of any disease or health condition.
Warning. All infections are potentially serious and even life-threatening. Therefore, never ignore an infection of any kind! If you are not succeeding in handling an infection by yourself after a few days, please contact a health professional.
How to handle infections is a problem that has plagued humanity for millennia. One of the best natural remedies for infection is propolis. It is low in toxicity and at times, very effective.
WHAT IS BEE PROPOLIS?
This is a product made by bees that the bees use to disinfect amall creatures that get into their hive. Propolis is widely available in health food stores in liquid, capsule and tablet form.
HOW TO USE BEE PROPOLIS
Propolis is very well-tolerated, in our experience. Since there are many preparations on the market, in general, follow the directions on the bottle. Usually one needs to take at least 3 capsules or tablets daily, and perhaps more. The strength of the liquid preparations varies, so the dosage will vary as well.
CAUTIONS WITH PROPOLIS
Propolis sticks to the teeth and may stain your teeth. For this reason, if possible buy propolis in capsules or tablets.
If you use a liquid preparation, you could put the drops into a capsule and then swallow the capsule to avoid getting the liquid on your teeth.
Propolis keeps for a long time and does not require refrigeration.
A few words about medical antibiotics. These can help with many bacterial infections. However, they are ineffective against fungal, viral and parasitic infections, and even against many bacteria today.
Also, they are quite toxic. They will interfere much more with a development program than will propolis or the other infection remedies we recommend, such as vitamin A, Limcomin or colloidal silver. As a result, in our view, antibiotics should be sued only as a last resort if other methods do not work.
For much more about antibiotics, read Beyond Antibiotics.