Propolis Throat Spray
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Propolis Throat Spray

NZD 24.22 - NZD 34.60

Soothes Throat Irritations, Natural Oral Care, Immune Support

30 ml (95 Servings) – High Strength

NutriNZ Propolis Throat Spray combines nature’s powerful defence: New Zealand Bee Propolis and Certified UMF 15+ Manuka Honey with powerful natural plant extracts (aniseed fruit/seed oil, myrrh oil, clove oil and peppermint oil).

This convenient spray provides instant and targeted relief from a dry, scratchy throat whilst working deeper within the body to strengthen the immune system.

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NutriNZ Propolis Throat Spray is a convenient spray, made with New Zealand Propolis sourced from an unpolluted natural environment in the South Island of New Zealand and formulated with Certified UMF 15+ Manuka Honey and powerful plant extracts.

Research has shown that propolis supplementation helps to support the immune system and provide protection from free radical damage. Plus, the convenient small bottle makes it easy to carry during the day and provides every-day benefits such as:

  • soothing throat irritations
  • supporting respiratory health
  • maintaining oral hygiene
  • fresh breath (thanks to the peppermint oil).

The NutriNZ Advantage:

NutriNZ’s raw Propolis comes from the nectar of the Manuka flower in the pristine forests of New Zealand’s South Island. Research shows that New Zealand Propolis has the highest readings of flavonoids (antioxidants) when compared to Propolis from around the world.

NutriNZ Propolis Throat Spray works synergistically:

  • Propolis from UMF 15+ Certified Manuka Honey is a wonderful natural product, well researched and shown to be rich in antimicrobial and antiviral properties.
  • Illicium verum (Aniseed) fruit/seed oil is used in traditional Chinese and folk medicine to treat things such as respiratory infections, nausea, constipation and other digestive issues.
  • Syzygium aromaticum (Clove) oil is high in antioxidants, including eugenol, which can help reduce oxidative stress. It promotes oral health, thanks to the antimicrobial properties, which can help to kill harmful bacteria.
  • Commiphora myrrha (Myrrh) oil has long been used in traditional Chinese medicine and Ayurvedic medicine. Scientists are now testing the oil’s potential uses, including for pain, infections, and skin sores.
  • Mentha piperita (Peppermint) oil has been used for thousands of years by natives to Europe and Asia, not only for its minty taste, but to provide relieve from clogged sinuses, bacterial infections, headaches & migraines, and digestive upsets.

Blue Tinted Glass – The Perfect Packaging for this Superior Product!  Our aim is to offer you products with exceptional quality – and by using a blue tinted glass for this spray we are ensuring the quality and biologically active components are protected.

Quality Standards:  

NutriNZ Propolis Throat Spray is GMP manufactured and laboratory quality tested. During storage and shipment, precautions are taken to ensure that product quality is maintained. Each package is giving a batch number to enable trace back.

Trusted for over 20 years. Pure and natural sourced ingredients produced in New Zealand combined with rigorous testing and manufacturing standards guarantee the quality, efficacy and safety of all NutriNZ products.

Active Ingredients: 
New Zealand bee propolis extract
Certified UMF 15+ Manuka Honey
Illicium verum (Aniseed) fruit/seed oil
Syzygium aromaticum (Clove) oil
Commiphora myrrha (Myrrh) oil
Mentha piperita (Peppermint) oil

Contains: purified water, potassium sorbate, glycerine

Free from: pesticides and GMO’s.

Contains no: artificial flavours, colours, sweeteners, preservatives, dairy or gluten.

Adults: Shake well, spray (carefully) into the mouth or throat by pumping 2-3 times.

Caution: 
Propolis may cause allergic reactions in allergy sufferers. If irritation occurs, discontinue use. Not suitable for children under 2 years of age.

Please note, that the above are recommended daily intakes, which can be doubled during periods of severe health problems.

Where is Manuka honey sourced from?

The Manuka tree is native to New Zealand and a variety of Italian and Carniolan honey bees collect the nectar from it producing the distinctive Manuka honey. 

 

How can you be sure the honey is purely Manuka nectar, and not a mix with other flora?

We firstly ensure the bees are placed in manuka dense areas and make sure placement is at a time when the trees are starting to flower (which is at a time when few other flora do). It is also in a bee’s nature to stick with one nectar source until depleted. Then to check, we of course test the pollen count of our honey.

 

What does the term ‘active’ Manuka honey mean?

Manuka honey is renowned for its antibacterial properties (which is what makes it so widely used for healing and wound care). These antibacterial properties are down to the Methylglyoxal (aka, MGO, MG) content, which is measured in parts per million (ppm). The higher the level, the more effective is the honey.

Antibacterial Activity Explained –

All honey has antibacterial activity due to what is commonly called Peroxide Activity (PA). However, Mānuka Honey has a special, unique antibacterial activity called Non-Peroxide activity (NPA).

People are often interested in the anti-bacterial activity of Mānuka honey. Research has shown that NPA is very stable in Mānuka Honey even when it is exposed to light and heat. We know that there is a direct relationship between NPA (antibacterial activity) and the level of Methylglyoxal (MGO) which is a key signature marker found in Mānuka honey. However, while there is a relationship between the two, MGO is not the sole cause of NPA in Mānuka Honey.

The UMFHA has developed internationally recognized testing procedures to confirm the presence of key signature markers – MGO, Leptosperin and DHA – found in genuine, pure, quality Mānuka honey from New Zealand.

Source: Corrigendum to ‘Isolation by HPLC and characterization of the bioactive fraction of New Zealand manuka (Leptospermum scoparium) honey’ [Carbohydr. Res. 343 (2008) 651]. Christopher. J. Adams, Cherie H. Boult, Benjamin J. Deadman, Judie M. Farr, Megan N. C. Grainger, Merilyn Manley-Harris *, Melanie J. Snow

 

Use of Manuka Honey – A Review

This paper reviews Manuka honey research, from observational studies on its antimicrobial effects through to current experimental and mechanistic work that aims to take honey into mainstream medicine. Click here.

The glycaemic index of Manuka honey Lynne Chepulis*, Evelyn Francis Department of Nursing and Health Studies, Waiariki Institute of Technology, Rotorua, New Zealand

 

Antibacterial potential of Manuka honey against three oral bacteria in vitro

The study showed a non-peroxide activity (NPA) dose-dependent antibacterial efficacy of Manuka honey. Click here.

Patrick R. Schmidlin1,2 Helen English4 Warwick Duncan2 Georgios N.Belibasakis3 Thomas Thurnheer3

We love the propolis and I am convinced we will not suffer from any flu symptoms while taking this. So far we are right. Thanks for product. We love it – Michael K, Australia

This is such a soothing throat spray! I had a bit of a cold and used this to help my throat as it was quite soar from coughing. It helped right away and my cold cleared up within the next 2 days!  – Lucy H, USA

I am usually weary with these sort of products as the taste can often be off – but this is lovely. Refreshing and easy to take – without that horrible ‘medicine’ taste. Really works too at relieving pain from a sore throat. – Rebecca N, Australia

Definitely buy this product if you are battling a cold/sore throat! It helped my kids straight away and they loved the taste. Thanks for the great product. – Peter S, USA