CHARACTERISTICS OF THE PRODUCT
Propolis Myrrh Incense
Propolis, incense and myrrh are among the most precious gifts of Nature; a spray inspired to ETHNOMEDICINE showing that history can bear a message and much more. The Italian Propolis obtained by selected beekeepers is combined with donkey’s milk, particularly rich in lysozymes and obtained fresh every day and freeze-dried.
A spray for the well-being of the mouth and throat with a strong adhesive mucus properties thanks to the mucilage acting in synergy with the Shiitake. Myrrh promotes the functioning of the oropharyngeal mucosa. Shiitake promotes the body’s natural defenses.
- ITALIAN HONEY
- CONCENTRATED at 34% ORGANIC DONKEY’S MILK
- ITALIAN PROPOLIS 10%
- COMMIPHORA MOLMOL ENGL. GUM RESIN
- BOSWELIA SERRATA ROXB. RESIN*
- LENTINULA EDODES (BERK.) PEGLER (SHITAKE)*
- STEVIA REBAUDIANA
- NATURAL FLAVOURS
HOW TO USE IT
3 sprays 3 times a day. Shake before use.
Glass flask nebulizer in triangular cardboard box.
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