PROPERTIES OF PROPOLIS
THE BRAIN AND SOUL BEHIND OUR NATUREZONE PRODUCTS
Dr. Daugsch, PhD, was born in Lüneburg, Germany. He studied chemistry and food chemistry at the University of Hamburg under the guidance of Prof Dr Dr Hans Steinhart and graduated in 2001.
Passionate about traveling and always interested in new cultures, he soon moved to Brazil, where he came in contact with Brazilian Green Propolis for the first time. Fascinated by the complexity of this natural bee product, he did his PhD about Propolis and its chemical composition and physiological properties. Throughout his studies he was under the scientific leadership of Professor Dr Yong Kun Park, PhD, MD at the Unicamp University in Campinas, Brazil.
Dr. Daugsch is author and co-author of various articles in well-known international journals such as “Suppressive effects of ethanolic extracs from propolis and its main botanical origin on dioxin toxicity” in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry.
He is a board member of the German apitherapy association and a frequent speaker on several congresses.
Suppressive effects of ethanolic extracts from propolis and its main botanical origin on dioxin toxicity.
These results indicate that not only propolis but also its botanical origin contains high amounts of flavonoid aglycones and that both of them are useful dietary sources for flavonoids with a potency to prevent dioxin toxicity.
The present study is a literature review focusing on the pharmacological properties of propolis, the resinous product collected by the honeybee from different plant sources, which represents a secure and efficient option for biological therapy and cancer prevention.
International Journal of Cancer Research, Year: 2007 | Volume: 3 | Issue: 1 | Page No.: 43-53
Our results indicate that the Brazilian propolis extracts show promise as chemotherapeutic agents as well as preventive agents against prostate cancer.
Int J Oncol. 2007 Sep;31(3):601-6.
The aim of this study was to compare the in vitro cytotoxic activities of green propolis (G12) and red propolis (G13) in human leukemia cells.
Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, Volume 2012 (2012), Article ID 918956, 6 pages
The botanical origin and its abundance are essential for the production of this type of propolis.
Evid Based Complement Alternat Med. 2008 Dec; 5(4): 435–441.
RESEARCH - COLLECTION OF ABSTRACTS
A lot of research has been conducted on Propolis in general and Green Propolis specifically.
We have created a collection of the abstracts of some of the research - in the mean time the booklet is nearly 150 pages long.
We continue to add more articles to the collection, the newest articles always feature in the back of each section.
Please let us know what you think!