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Beeswax (pharmaceutical grade)

The building material of the bees – a miraculous material

Beeswax consists of more than 300 ingredients. Its original use as a candle has receded into the background. Beeswax is now used in the food industry as an alternative coating agent for sweets. Beeswax is widely used in the pharmaceutical and cosmetics industry, for example as a well-tolerated natural protective layer over the skin. Creams, bath products, soaps and lipsticks owe their high quality to the properties of the beeswax. It is always the first choice when it comes to a natural care product that is applied directly to the skin. Another application is heat packs made of wax. They relax joints and help to reduce inflammation.

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The modes of action described here are for informational purposes only and serve the purpose of general further education. They are not intended for treatment, diagnosis, prevention of disease. In no case do they replace professional advice from a doctor or pharmacist. The contents of this website should also not be understood as a basis to end other therapies or treatments of a disease. If you have any health problems, please contact the doctor you trust. We assume no liability for any inconvenience or damage resulting from any use of the products described herein. The products presented here are in no way a substitute for any prescribed medication and must not be taken during pregnancy, in children or when breastfeeding. The texts are not entitled to completeness and timeliness. The research was done to the best of my knowledge and belief and represents a balanced information.

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