Effective and versatile propolis ointment prepared from the original recipe - beneficial for every skin, every occasion and every day
A unique combination of queen bee products: royal jelly and angelica root extract
Complex formula with honey, pollen and propolis, suitable for use not only in winter but also all year round
Honey bees (Apis mellifera) have long fascinated people with their diligence and complex organization of the hive. Of all insect species, only bees produce more food than they need, and their role in pollination ensures the sustainability and biodiversity of Earth’s ecosystem.
That is why people began to pay special attention to them. For centuries, beekeepers have been gathering knowledge and experience about precious bee products: honey, pollen, propolis, royal jelly, and the benefits they can provide.
The almost magical way in which bees, working tirelessly, create complex compounds that modern science has not yet fully explained is the inspiration for the Bee’s Magic products, a priceless natural treasure from the apiary, chosen for us by the bees.
Bee products have long been a significant ingredient in beauty products. We know from ancient records that Cleopatra used honey for her baths, while beeswax was an important ingredient in the first creams whose recipes were compiled by the famous Roman physician Galen. Beeswax is still very important in the cosmetics industry and can be found in various creams, while honey and royal jelly are again becoming important ingredients in both industrial cosmetics and those that are prepared in small batches by hand. Honey was used by ancient peoples to make preparations for skin hydration and healing of skin injuries. Filtered honey is even today an integral part of various hand care products, face masks, preparations for depilation, soaps and hair lotions. Quaternized honey has the property of penetrating the hair shaft, so it is often used in shampoos and hair conditioners.
Bees are an everyday part of our lives: we remember cute cartoon characters we enjoyed as kids, we watch them do their job in our gardens, and surely every one of us reading this blog has at least one jar of honey in the pantry... but, how well do we know them? True bees (Apinae) are a subfamily of insects from the order of aphids, a family of bees (Apidae) to which the closest relatives are bumblebees. There are approximately 20,000 species of bees in the world that live on all continents except Antarctica. The most common species is the honey bee (apis mellifera); it originated in Africa from where it settled in Mediterranean countries and Europe, and later spread to Asia, Australia and North America.
Royal Jelly, propolis, 10-HDA... terms that sound mysterious and almost mystical. But there is no big secret here - these are the basic ingredients we encounter in apitherapy, a method of traditional medicine that involves applying the gifts of the honey bee to improve and preserve health. We present some of these gifts provided by valuable bees more closely, in order to introduce you to their positive effects, which are evidenced by the knowledge of beekeepers and folk healers gathered over the years and the personal experiences of satisfied users.
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Using honey products gives me the feeling that I am doing something good for myself; I actually believe in the power of quality honey.Lidija, Poreč
I received Propolis ointment as a gift; I started rubbing it into my wrist joints and they quickly become more mobile and less painful.S.D., Derventa
My kids have been using Apilife for about two years because before they were quite often absent from school due to colds and complications that go with it. Now they are much stronger, and even when they catch a cold it doesn't last long and they recover very quickly.Sanja, Poreč