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Suitable to use in creams, lotions, soaps, balms and candles because it soothes and softens.
May contain propolis and honey. Antibacterial and contains vitamin A.
Absolutely no petrochemicals, synthetic preservatives, colours or fragrances. No animal testing. No therapeutic claim is made or intended for this product. Information is for educational purposes only. Use only as directed. If irritation occurs discontinue use.
Beeswax is a biologically active product obtaining high bactericidal properties retained even after technological processing. The research showed that beeswax obtained wonderful healthful properties greatly intensified by using honey for food. It was noticed by folk long ago that chewing fresh honey in the comb, for example, can cure hay fever. An original method of beeswax treatment is widely used for arthritis and other nose inflammations, bronchial asthma and paradontose.
Due to the content of vitamin A in beeswax which is necessary for the normal cell development of the skins epithelium, due to it's mitigating and antiseptic properties beeswax is used for the skin treatment, the mucous membrane treatment in the mouth and skinning over.
It is common to combine wax with other medicines. It should be noted that no other product contains so much carotene as beeswax does. Carrot is known to be rich in vitamin A. 100 gr of carrot contain 2 from 2 to 9 mgr of carotene, the same amount of wax contain from 8 to 12 mgr. The wax mastic proved to be effective for the peripheral blood circulation trouble, mostly in lower extremities.