Propolis

• (n.) Same as Bee glue, under Bee.
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propolis

<chemical> Resinous substance obtained from beehives; contains many different substances which may have antimicrobial or antimycotic activity topically; its extracts are called propolis resin or balsam. ... Synonym: bee bread; hive dross; bee glue. ... Chemical name: Beebread ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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propolis

(from the article `beekeeping`) ...the essential proteins necessary for the rearing of young bees. In the act of collecting nectar and pollen to provision the nest, the bees ...
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Propolis

Herbal Tinctures in clinical practice Topically antiseptic, counterirritant and finally analgesic; used on any skin and mouth abrasion it will irritate, induce inflammation and substantially shorten healing time, particularly in oily, moist tissues, such as on hands, face, scalp and feet. Internally it helps resolve intestinal infections suc...
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Propolis

[fungus] Propolis is a genus of fungi in the family Rhytismataceae. The genus contains about 14 species. ...
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Propolis

Pro'po·lis noun [ Latin , from Greek ...; ... before + ... city.] Same as Bee glue , under Bee .
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propolis

propolis 1. Although it doesn't seem to make sense that this has anything to do with pro, 'before' and polis, 'city'; it is said to be from Greek then Latin, meaning 'suburb', bee glue (from the fact that it was originally the name of a structure around the opening into the hive or 'bee city'). 2. It is defined in the Oxford English Dictionary as ...
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propolis

resin of tree buds collected by bees
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Propolis

Resinous material of trees and plants collected and utilized by bees within hive to close small openings or cover objectionable objects within hive. Also called bee glue.
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Propolis

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.
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Propolis

sap or resinous materials collected from trees or plants by bees and used to strengthen the comb, close.up cracks, etc.; also called bee glue.
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Propolis

sap or resinous materials collected from trees or plants by bees and used to strengthen the comb, close up cracks, etc.; also called bee glue.
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/21518
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