Brazilian Green Propolis
Brazilian green propolis is a type of propolis that is primarily produced in Brazil. Propolis is a resinous substance collected by bees from the buds and bark of trees, and it is used by bees to seal and protect their hives. Green propolis gets its name from its unique green color, which is a result of the bees collecting resin from a specific type of tree called Baccharis dracunculifolia, also known as "alecrim" or "Brazilian rosemary."
The Minas Gerais region, located near São Paulo in Brazil, is the only place in the world where large clusters of eucalyptus and a type of rosemary called "Alecrim" or "Baccharis" thrive.
Propolis produced using these trees in this region is called Brazilian green propolis due to its green color.
In addition to flavonoid compounds, green propolis contains a distinct component called "Artepillin C," which has antioxidant properties and is also believed to have effects against cancer.
Green Propolis What is 'different'?
Main difference between green propolis and propolis is in their botanical origins and chemical compositions
Green propolis contains unique compounds that are not found in other types of propolis. It is rich in phenolic compounds such as flavonoids, phenolic acids, and artepillin C, which are believed to contribute to its medicinal properties.
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