by admin · March 21, 2015
Propolis is a bee product like honey, pollen, wax and royal jelly. But for its very few people know about its healing properties.
In recent decades Russian scientists and doctors increasingly use recipes from the treasures of the traditional medicine, based on the basis of propolis (also called bee glue). Thanks to the propolis they are healing many skin diseases ranging from ordinary wounds, burns and ulcers to the stomach and duodenum, hemorrhoids, influenza, sciatica, TB (4 to 10 months), eczema, gynecological diseases and many other diseases.
And now you have the opportunity to learn the recipe for healing ointment with propolis which is presented and researched by the Russian scientist, doctor and professor of Medicine, Vladimir Fedorovikj Orkin, and behind which is a successful career of almost 50 years, award-winning papers dedicated to dermatology and treatment of skin diseases.
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This ointment may contain 10, 15, 20, 30 and 40% propolis used for a variety of diseases. This means that when preparing a healing ointment propolis, 100 grams of animal fat fit 10, 15, 20, 30 or 40 g of propolis.
- Healing ointment to 10% propolis is used for: burns, hemorrhoids, nose and sinuses, gynecological needs, cysts, fibroids, pain in teeth.
- Healing ointment to 15% propolis is used for: rapid healing of wounds, bruises, acne in dermatology, rashes, herpes, inflammation of the eyelids.
- Healing ointment to 20% propolis is used for: fungal diseases, all kinds of eczema, subcutaneous abscess.
- Healing ointment with 30-40% propolis is used for the treatment of: sciatica, damage to the peripheral nervous system, the upper and lower limbs, and skin cancer.
- 100 g animal fat (or 100 ml vegetable oil, which means you get a healing oil propolis)
- 10, 15, 30, 40 g propolis (depending on the purpose and need for making the healing ointment)
- 2 cookware steams
- Plastic strainer or double gauze.
The entire preparation takes about thirty minutes.
- Place the dishes on one another so they can be treated with steam. The upper container must be enameled and you should know that after the completion of the procedure to be able to remove the propolis you have to scratch it.
- While the water heats, remove the propolis from the refrigerator, break it down into powder in a way that is most appropriate for you.
- When the water is heated (about 50-60 degrees, but not boiling), in the upper bowl put the pork fat to melt.
- When the fat will melt and warm, slowly start to add propolis with constant stirring.
- When the temperature reaches 80 degrees, lower the heat and maintain this temperature for the next 8-10 minutes with constant stirring. It is the optimum temperature for melting of propolis, because if the temperature is higher you will lose part of its healing properties. Propolis will stick to the spoon, and after the 10 minutes starts to stick to the bottom of the pot. This completes the process of melting.
- Strain the ointment in another bowl (not glass) through gauze or strainer.
- Constantly stir the mixture until it’s completely cooled.
- Put the cooled ointment in a jar and store it in the refrigerator.
The ointment can be stored for years.