Spray product indicated for the affections of the oral cavity based on Propolis and essential oils of Manuka, Eucalyptus and Mint.
COMPOSITION: Alcohol, water, Propolis (Propolis), honey, Manuka essential oils (Leptospermum scoparium), Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus), Mint (Mentha piperita).
Propolis consists of a mixture of different aromatic and phenolic components combined with substances that are very different from each other by chemical composition, such as fatty acids, terpenes, amino acids. Thanks to its antiseptic properties, in fact, it protects the hive from the attack of pathogenic microbes.
The actions of which propolis becomes the protagonist are manifold, in fact it can be used as an antibacterial, antifungal and antiviral, antioxidant and anticarcinogenic.
It also has an immunostimulating effect on the defensive system of the human body.
Its strong anti-inflammatory action has recently been highlighted, due to the activation of a specific metabolic pathway which starts with the phenyl ester of the caffeic acid which is contained in Propolis and which inhibits the route of lipid oxidation of the acid arachidonic.
This chemical compound is of fundamental importance as it also has anticarcinogenic and antimitogenic activities.
The antimicrobial disinfectant activity, on the other hand, is ensured by a series of other compounds. The application of Propolis and its constituents in both in vitro and animal studies has shown an evident antiviral and antifungal antibacterial effect.
Encouraging results have also been achieved against aggressive viruses such as HIV and milder herpes and flu viruses and towards fungal and bacterial life forms.
An incisive protective action of the respiratory system was found in a study conducted on preschool children, in which the administration of Propolis had decreased the incidence of acute and chronic nasopharyngitis.
A further study conducted on a reduced sample (only 10 volunteers) showed however a direct action against the bacteria of the oral cavity.
Manuka essential oil has an anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, antifungal, antiviral, regenerating and immunostimulating action. The main component of the oil is Linalool.
Its use is very ancient and dates back to the indigenous peoples of New Zealand, who used it as a disinfectant for infections.
In vitro studies have shown a specific action against Staphylococcus Listeria and Streptococcus, as this essential oil also acts against fungi including Trichophyton and Microsporum. In fact, important results have been found in the treatment of some pathologies such as Candida.
Eucalyptus essential oil is mainly composed of a chemical compound called 1,8-cineol. This oil has analgesic and antibacterial properties and is particularly indicated in the presence of affection to the upper respiratory tract, with the presence of mucous cough.
HOW TO USE: 2 vaporization 3 times a day