RESEARCH ON BENEFITS OF BEE PROPOLIS

A MYSTERIOUS bee substance, made by bees and used by ancient Egyptians, has the potential to save millions of lives – and its miraculous properties are being uncovered in Whitby.

Honey bees use propolis to seal their hive by filling tiny gaps between the larger honeycomb structure and the substance has long been a traditional cure in Eastern medicine for mild ailments such as mouth ulcers or sore throats, but James Fearnley of Bee Vital believes that it actually holds the key to the future of medicine.

At Nature’s Laboratory on Enterprise Way, James explained his wide-ranging vision for propolis, including treatment for a variety of life-threatening diseases and even a potential cure for cancer.

“I am convinced that in bee hives we have the future of medicine,” he said. “We think drugs are sophisticated because we have put a lot of time and effort into them, but we are on the wrong track.”

The World Health Organisation has recently warned that more and more diseases are becoming resistant to antibiotics and a “doomsday” scenario is a serious possibility.

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WINTERCREST – MAKES TOP 5 LIST FOR CLIMBERS, SIERRA BLAIR-COYLE

Professional climber; two-time junior national speed-climbing champion Sierra Blair-Coyle recently wrote a short article for OutsideOnline.com giving Her top five tips for climbers.  Among her list she told readers to “Stop the Burn”.

She says: “I use WinterCrest SportStick ($35) to relieve pain and soreness instantly. I call it my magical cream because it works fast and gets rid of any inflammation, swelling, bruising, or pain I have after a long day.”

We are happy to see WinterCrest having a positive impact on the climbing community. Thank you Sierra Blair-Coyle!

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