Bee Gum

Category: Bee Gum

It is the extract that bees process and transform with enzymes secreted from some tree varieties (especially from tree varieties with coniferous ones) or resinous substances that some flowers collect from parts such as buds, leaves, trunks, which the bees secrete from the glands located on their heads. It also has features such as cold protection, protection from microorganisms, no water, thermal insulation and is sticky. It has a characteristic smell. It has antioxidant and antimicrobial properties. It is also highly effective against fungi. Propolis is very rich in ingredients, so it is an important nutritional supplement product, known as an immune booster product. Polyphenols (flavonoids, phenolic acids and esters), terpenoids, steroids, aromatic acids and esters, alphatic acids and esters, alcohols, aldehydes, calcareons, ketones, hydrocarbons, vitamins B1, B2, C and E, minerals (calcium, magnesium, potassium, sodium, iron, zinc and copper) and amino acids are found in human health compounds. t is possible to use bee gum in water soluble form by mixing them into various beverages. These beverages can be beverages such as milk and juice other than water. Bee gum in water-insoluble form are recommended to be consumed by mixing them with foods that are mostly found in solid or semi-solid form. Examples of these foods include honey, yogurt, bread, molasses.

Last updated: 10 - Jun - 2021