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Organic Propolis Concentrate

To soothe an irritated throat

  • Combats winter ailments
  • Soothes sore throats
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Organic Propolis Concentrate

ORGANIC PROPOLIS CONCENTRATE is a food supplement containing 8 organic active ingredients: propolis, elderberry, honey, marshmallow, thyme, acerola, essential oils of eucalyptus and Scots pine.

Marshmallow is known to soothe and relieve the throat. The vitamin C content of acerola and elderberries contributes to normal function of the immune system. Vitamin C also helps to relieve tiredness.

Propolis, a resinous 'glue' produced by bees to line the hive, is traditionally consumed in winter. The propolis used in Fleurance Nature products:

  • is a product of controlled origin
  • is depollenated and dewaxed
  • contains no traces of heavy metals

The formula is enhanced by thyme, honey and essential oils of eucalyptus and pine.

Our concentrates are packaged in eco-friendly PET bottles with no migration risk that would pose a threat to human health. They are produced from plant extracts and contain no additives.

Composition :

(INCI list): Aqueous plant extracts (elderberry*, marshmallow*, thyme*, acerola*), vegetable glycerine, honey*, propolis*, acidity regulator (citric acid), essential oils (eucalyptus*, Scots pine*).
*Ingredients organically grown. All of the agricultural ingredients are organically grown. Certified by ECOCERT SAS F32600 L’ISLE JOURDAIN.
The propolis used to produce Fleurance Nature products is controlled designation of origin guaranteed, depollenated, dewaxed and contains no traces of heavy metals.

Nutritional values per 40 ml (2 doses):
Elderberry extract      20248 mg
Marshmallow root extract     5062 mg
Thyme leaf extract      3081 mg
Acerola berry extract       235 mg
Honey           452 mg
Propolis   207 mg
Eucalyptus essential oil   1.4 mg
Scots pine essential oil     1.4 mg

As health supplement products from Fleurance Nature are organic and do not contain harmful chemical substance and preservative, the shelf life would be around 3 to 9 months, depends on ingredient.

Recommendations for use:

Using the measuring cap, take 20ml once or twice per day, preferably in the morning with breakfast, diluted in a glass of water or fruit juice according to your taste.

Propolis Propolis is the scientific name for a resinous glue, an amalgam produced by bees from the balms and resins they collect from the buds of trees. Bees are believed to use it as a "protective coating" to line the hive and protect it from attack. Rich in flavonoids, propolis will be a formidable ally in winter!
Honey Honey, the jewel of the beehive! Honey is a soft, sweet substance produced by bees with the help of nectar which they collect from flowers. Its entirely natural origin leads us to believe that it has always existed; the oldest written reference to honey comes from the Ancient Egyptians, in the Nile delta. Honey is mentioned in a papyrus dating back more than 4,500 years old.
Marshmallow A flower with soothing properties Marshmallow or althea officinalis, which is native to Europe, has long been cultivated both for its soothing properties and nutritional value. The sweet fluffy confection also known as "marshmallow" is traditionally obtained from its roots. It is particularly known to soothe the mouth and throat: 0.5 to 15g/day of root).
Essential Oils An ancient spice that facilitates digestion Essential oils are extracted by distillation of the hydrophobic part of a plant. In the case of certain species such as aromatic plants or citrus fruit, the essential oil is secreted directly into special pockets in the aerial or underground parts of the plant. The precious essential oil can simply be extracted mechanically either by cold pressing or hydro-distillation. As the plant's fragrant volatile compounds are highly concentrated, they are frequently used in perfumes.
Thyme The benefits of thyme Used since ancient times and also known as "farigoule", this tiny plant grows wild in Mediterranean countries. It gives off a wonderful scent which makes it a choice ingredient both in cooking and cosmetology. Its leaves are rich in essential oil.
Eucalyptus Eucalyptus, the plant that helps breathing! The eucalyptus is a tree native to Australia and Tasmania, where it can grow up to 90 metres tall! Of the 450 species identified, a number have been introduced into Europe, adapting very well to the Mediterranean climate, where they grow to heights of up to 30 metres.
Acerola One of the fruits with the highest vitamin C content! The acerola tree is native to the West Indies whose fruits resemble small cherries. The berries are high in flavonoids but more particularly, they are one of the most vitamin C rich fruits in the world. They contain 30 to 40 times more vitamin C than oranges!
Pollen Pollen, a vital food source for the beehive! The name "pollen" comes from the Greek word pale meaning "fine dust". Pollen is in fact made up of tiny particles; in higher plants, it corresponds to the flower's male fertilising agent. A pollen is specific to a plant group and in some cases even a species; this can be identified by observing its pollen. Generally speaking, there are two types of pollen: "anemophilous" which means carried by the wind, as happens in the case of grasses, conifers, etc., and "entomophilous" pollen which is propagated by means of insects and serves as a food source particularly for bees. Pollen is present, in very small quantities, in royal jelly and honey. Protein is a major component of pollen (30 to 35 %).