Day 41- NEW HABIT: Propolis For Sinusitis

NEW HABIT: Use propolis everyday to fight sinusitis

I started developing sinus problems about 4 years ago. At first, I thought I may have developed allergies but as the symptoms have worsened and rarely seem to abate, I’ve concerned myself with polyps, cancer and every other worrying disease you can think of. I’ve been to the doctors numerous times and have even had a camera down my nose but have never been given a diagnosis or constructive advice about what this is and how to deal with it. My last hope is thinking a clean diet and exercise may ease it but it’s a distant destination to get there.

I keep reading how Propolis is proving helpful in curing sinus problems. Propolis is something bees make to coat their hives to keep it virus and bacteria free. The anti-viral and anti-bacterial properties of Propolis are said to help the human body fight infections too. I have bought a bottle and will take a drop a day in the mouth and see if it has any beneficial effects. It is such a beneficial supplement it could heal other ailments I haven’t even considered.

I found a lovely propolis from Artisan Honey but did not want to spend £9 if I don’t maintain the habit. I settled for a cheaper product and promised myself that if I keep up the habit, and use up the bottle, I can justify a better quality product in the future.

My path to perfection is still going very well. I’ve had somewhat of a break from some of my habits this weekend, and I have skipped a weigh-in, but I’m confident the routine will resume tomorrow. I’m so much happier on the path to perfection than not.

“I will take a drop of propolis every day as part of my morning beauty regimen”



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