SHOCK THERAPY WITH PROPOLIS
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Propolis is a powerful antiviral and antibacterial remedy. If propolis is of high quality and used correctly, it has the ability to slow down, reverse and even stop infections of a wide variety of nature. Propolis does not contain only one compound with an antiviral agent. Propolis is a carrier of numerous compounds of antiviral agents - sometimes even dozens.
In the article you will learn about two varieties of Healer Medium propolis shock therapy. The first is for non-alcoholic pure propolis extract taken internally, and the second is for direct application of pure propolis extract to mouth sores. These two options can be used together or separately. Read the full article for more details.
Tips for using Healer Medium propolis shock therapy
For sore throat, streptococcal infection , tonsillitis, sinus infections, allergies, lung infections, bronchitis, pneumonia, cough, postnasal drip after a cold, colds, flu, Covid, ear infections, bladder infections, kidney infections, fever, chills, night sweats, trigeminal neuralgia, gum pain, mouth pain, toothache, tongue pain, migraine, headache, herpes zoster , attacks of neurological symptoms, cold sores/cold sores, herpes simplex 1 , canker sores, mouth ulcers.
Guidelines for Healer Medium Propolis Shock Therapy
- For an adult, take 4 droppers of non-alcoholic extract* of pure propolis in 50 ml or more of water or juice every 3 hours while awake.
- You can do this for 3 to 5 days, then switch to the dosage on the individual nutritional supplement list.
- You can continue the cyclic application of propolis shock therapy. You can either take a one-week break and then apply it again, or if you choose, you can repeat the propolis shock therapy cycles one after the other. If your supplement list does not include propolis, you can take 2 droppers of pure propolis non-alcoholic extract* daily between propolis shock therapy cycles.
* Even propolis tinctures labeled alcohol-free may contain traces of various forms of alcohol. Use propolis tincture with the least amount of alcohol you can find. Check out www.prirodnik.com for the only real organic and pure alcohol-free propolis that Anthony William recommends.
Here are the adapted amounts for children with non-alcoholic propolis extract for this dietary supplement therapy:
- 1-2 years: 8 small drops (not droppers) in juice or water every 3 hours while the child is awake;
- 3-4 years: 16 small drops (not droppers) in juice or water every 3 hours while the child is awake;
- 5-8 years: 1 dropper in juice or water every 3 hours while the child is awake;
- 9-12 years: 2 droppers in juice or water every 3 hours while the child is awake;
- Over 12 years: 3 droppers in juice or water every 3 hours while the child is awake.
Tips for applying shock therapy with direct application of propolis to wounds in the mouth of the Healer Medium
For herpes/cold sores, herpes simplex 1, aphthae, mouth ulcers.
You can conduct shock therapy with direct application of propolis for inflammation of the mouth, while also using internal shock therapy with propolis. If you suffer from cold sores/cold sores , it is best to do both versions of propolis shock therapy. On the other hand, if you only have canker sores in your mouth, you can only use the shock therapy with direct application of propolis to the sores in your mouth.
Directions for shock therapy with direct application of propolis to wounds in the mouth of the Healer Medium
- If the inflammation is in a place that is wet with saliva (for example, the inside of the lip, along the gum line, the inside of the cheeks, the tongue) and you can reach it, first quickly dry the inflammation with a paper napkin.
- After the wound is dry, or if it is outside the mouth and already dry, apply a few drops of non-alcoholic extract of pure propolis directly to the wound. Leave for 30 seconds to one minute.
- If the inflammation is in a place where you should have dried it first, immediately repeat the technique: quickly absorb the saliva again with a paper towel, then place a few drops of non-alcoholic pure propolis extract directly on the inflammation and let the propolis work for another 30 seconds to a minute. Then dry and reapply once more, a total of 3 times in a row. After the third application, do not dry it. You can relax your mouth and let the propolis sit on the inflammation as you go about your day.
- If the inflammation was dry at the beginning, you do not need to repeat the application of propolis in this way - you need to do only one application each time. After applying the propolis drops to the sore spot, you can leave the propolis on and go about your day. (If necessary, you can wipe off the propolis after 30 seconds to a minute.)
- Use this technique 4 to 6 times a day until the problem disappears.
- For faster healing, do the shock therapy with direct application of propolis for mouth pain, just before going to bed.
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