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How to mitigate, prevent and treat

Importance of the gut

Our gut, which runs from the stomach to the large intestine, is much more than just a digestive tract. This complex system plays a vital role in our overall health and well-being. The gut is home to most of our immune system, making it our primary defence against external pathogens. It is also home to trillions of microorganisms, known as the gut microbiota, which help with digestion, nutrient absorption and even regulate our moods.

Symptoms that may occur in bowel diseases:

  • Abdominal pain: abdominal pain can be one of the most common symptoms of bowel disease. The pain may vary in intensity and be localised in different areas of the abdomen.
  • Diarrhoea: diarrhoea, or frequent and watery stools, is a common symptom of many bowel diseases, including infectious bowel diseases and inflammatory bowel diseases.
  • Constipation: on the other hand, constipation may occur in some cases, with heavy and infrequent stools.
  • Blood in the stools: blood in the stools may indicate a number of bowel diseases, including haemorrhoids, inflammatory bowel disease or gastrointestinal bleeding.
  • Fatigue and weakness: Chronic bowel disease can cause fatigue and general weakness.
  • Weight loss: as digestion may be impaired, weight loss may occur.
  • Nausea and vomiting: these symptoms may occur, especially if there are problems with the digestive tract.
  • Bloating: bloating and gas may be symptoms, especially in cases of indigestion.
  • Changes in stools: changes in the stools such as mucus, food particles visible in the faeces or irregular consistency may occur.
  • Joint pain and skin rashes: some patients with bowel disease may develop joint pain or skin rashes.
  • Loss of appetite: People may lose their appetite and avoid eating, especially if they have an upset stomach after eating.

A healthy gut:

  • Promotes efficient absorption of nutrients, which is essential for energy and normal body function.
  • A balanced gut microbiota is also associated with a stronger immune system, helping to reduce inflammatory diseases and even the risk of certain types of cancer.
  • In addition to physical health, gut health is closely linked to mental health. Studies have shown that the gut microflora affects our brain function and mood, referring to the so-called gut-brain axis.
  • This means that the health of our gut can affect our stress levels, anxiety and even depression.
  • A healthy gut is not only key to good digestion, but also to overall health and well-being.

The gut is much more than a digestive system - it is a dynamic system that plays a central role in our health and well-being.

What is a propolis?

  • Propolis has been used in folk medicine for several hundred years to treat various diseases, inflammation, wounds and infections.
  • More than 2,000 scientific papers have been written on the use of propolis, supporting the view that propolis is a very versatile and useful substance, not only for bees but also for humans.
  • Propolis contains compounds such as flavonoids and phenols known for their anti-inflammatory properties. These compounds are able to effectively reduce inflammation, thereby also relieving pain and swelling.

5 good things about propolis for the gut and intestinal inflammation:

What is perga?

Perga, also known as bee bread, is a natural product obtained by fermenting bee pollen by mixing it with bee saliva and flower nectar. The fermentation process is carried out in the hive cells by lactic acid bacteria, resulting in the production of a highly nutritious functional product called perga.


5 good things about perga for the gut and intestinal inflammation:

A natural approach to improving gut health

Propolis and perga capsules are specially formulated, the contents of the capsules have been pre-processed to make them more digestible, as propolis and perga are not readily absorbed by the body. The capsules are dosed with the right amount for convenient consumption.

Intestinal combo at a discounted price

We have put together a intestinal combo (1 jar of propolis capsules + 1 jar of perga capsules) for your most convenient consumption. Recommended dosage for bowel problems: 2+2 capsules.

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What to expect when consuming?

  • An improvement in digestion and a re-balancing of the gut microflora can be observed within a few weeks after regular consumption of propolis and perga.
  • The capsules are made from natural ingredients and are generally considered safe for use. It is a natural choice that supports your body's natural functions.
  • Long-term use of capsules can help keep inflammatory conditions under control and reduce the risk of flare-ups.

A healthy gut - the key to good health!

Scientific articles confirming the effects of propolis and perga:

Also consult your doctor

It is important to note that you should consult health professionals before use to ensure that it is suitable for your particular situation.


Side effects of propolis:

  • Allergic reactions: some people may be allergic to propolis and allergic reactions can range from mild skin irritation to severe allergic reactions with symptoms such as swelling and breathing difficulties.
  • Gastrointestinal disturbances: in some cases, propolis supplements may cause mild gastrointestinal symptoms such as abdominal discomfort, nausea, or diarrhea.

Side effects of perga:

  • Allergic reactions: like propolis, prega can cause allergic reactions in people with allergies to bee products. Symptoms may include itching, swelling or difficulty breathing.
  • Gastrointestinal disturbances: Perga is rich in fibre and in some cases can cause indigestion, gas or flatulence, especially if consumed in excessive amounts.
  • Drug interactions: Perga may affect the absorption or effectiveness of certain medicines. If you are taking medications to treat intestinal diseases, consult your healthcare provider before taking suir supplements.