Apis Flora's Propolis Extract was the first propolis extract marketed in Brazil and is composed of the combination of Brazilian propolis varieties in a hydroalcoholic solution (it is an alcoholic propolis extract).

HOW TO USE: Dilute 30 drops in water, juice, honey or other drinks of your choice.

  • The Traditional

    The Traditional

  • Exclusive Apis Flora standardization

    Exclusive Apis Flora standardization

  • Blend of the best Brazilian propolis

    Blend of the best Brazilian propolis


Apis Flora’s Propolis Extract It is produced through an exclusive Apis Flora standardization process, making it an EPP-AF® extract (Apis Flora's Standardized Propolis Extract).

All that means that the Apis Flora's Propolis Extract is a chemically and biologically characterized extract, which undergoes over 100 quality control analyses, ensuring a contaminant-free, authentic and high-quality product.

Additionally, EPP-AF®-standardized extracts have proven pre-clinical and clinical efficacy and safety, ensuring excellence in terms of a natural product.


Nutrition <br><strong>Facts</strong>


Serving size: 1 ml* (1 full-standard dropper) %VD(*)
This product does not contain significant amount of calories, carbohydrates, proteins, total fats, saturated fats, trans fats, fibers and sodium.


% Daily reference values based on a 2000 kcal or 8400 kJ diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

*1 ml is equivalent to 30 drops



Propolis and neutral alcohol.



 Minimum dry extract: 11% w/v

 Gluten-free product 

 Store in a cool place



Propolis is a complex blend, formed by resinous and balsamic material collected from plants by Apis mellifera bees, in addition to saliva and enzymes added by the bees themselves.

Its chemical composition is mainly determined by phytogeographic characteristics, such as type of vegetation, season of the year and environmental conditions around the bee hives. This makes it possible to obtain multiple types of propolis.

The use of propolis in folk medicine dates back to 300 BC as an extract, and it is still object of study by many researchers in various parts of the world. These studies have proven the propolis benefits, which include immunomodulatory, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, healing, antifungal, antioxidant and hepatoprotective activities.



Propolis acts on the immune system balance through its immunomodulatory action, in addition to its other proven properties, as documented in the scientific literature: anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, healing, antifungal, antioxidant and hepatoprotective activity.