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Propolis

What is Propolis?

  1. Sap or resinous materials collected from trees or plants by bees and used to strengthen the comb and to seal cracks; also called bee glue.
  2. A sticky resinous material that bees collect from plants and use to strengthen hive comb and fill cracks within the hive.
  3. A resinous substance collected by bees from plants and used as a cement and caulking compound, primarily to seal cracks in the hive.
  4. A sticky resinous material that bees collect from trees and plants and use to seal up cracks and strengthen comb. It also has antimicrobial qualities (Also called bee glue.)

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