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Male
Reproductive System

The male reproductive system is mostly located outside of the body. These external organs include the penis, scrotum and testicles. Internal organs include the vas deferens, prostate and urethra. The male reproductive system is responsible for sexual function, as well as urination.

The male reproductive system contains the external genitals (the penis, testes and scrotum) and internal parts, including the prostate gland, vas deferens and urethra. A man's fertility and sexual traits depend on the normal functioning of the male reproductive system, as well as hormones released from the brain.

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Testis

The testis are the source of the only forever young cells in the male body, the spermatogonia, due to their full length of telomeres.

Bee pollen contains telomerase and starting from bee pollen the bees are making their Apilarnil (drone larvae) and royal jelly which are highly important in the regeneration, structure and functioning of the testis in men.

 

Here below some scientific articles related directly and indirectly with this topic.

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Honey Supplementation to Semen-Freezing Medium ImprovesHuman Sperm Parameters Post-Thawing
Muhammad-Baqir M-R. Fakhrildin, M.D. and Rana A-R. Alsaadi, M.Sc.

Review on Bee Products as Potential Protective and Therapeutic Agents in Male Reproductive Impairment
Joseph Bagi Suleiman, Ainul Bahiyah Abu Bakar, and Mahaneem Mohamed1

DOI: 10.3390/molecules26113421

Testosterone, epitestosterone and androstenedione in the pollen of Scotch pine P. silvestris L
M Saden-Krehula, M Tajić, D Kolbah

DOI: 10.1007/BF02137770

Sex hormones and corticosteroids in pollen of Pinus nigra
MelitaŠaden-Krehula, MelitaTajić, Dragutin Kolbah

DOI: 10.1016/0031-9422(79)80098-9

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Scrotum

The local inflammations of the scrotum can be helped by using topically medicinal honey and propolis creams / water propolis extract/vegetal oil propolis extract.

 

For more details ask a specialist in apitherapy from your area.

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Penis

Propolis has been used with good results in the treatment of Peyronie’s disease.

Local blood flow disorders can be helped by using bee venom, highly diluted or through micro-bee stings at the bottom of the penis.

Ask for more details from your nearest specialist in apitherapy.

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Erectile
Tissue

Used properly, honey, royal jelly, Apilarnil, propolis and bee venom can help the structure and functioning of the erectile tissue.

The administration should be both locally (topically) and systemically.

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Urethral

There are various types of urethral diseases (especially inflammations of various causes) that can respond well to beehive products, especially propolis and honeydew honey.

Here below we will gradually list several articles related to this topic.

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Antibacterial Activity of Propolis Extracts from the Central Region of Romania against Neisseria gonorrhoeae

Mihaela Laura Vică, Ioana Glevitzky, Mirel Glevitzky, Costel Vasile Siserman, Horea Vladi Matei, Cosmin Adrian Teodoru
DOI: 10.3390/antibiotics10060689

The Apitherapy of Urinary bladder infections

Dr. Stefan Stângaciu

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Prostate

Prostate structure and functioning can be greatly improved if the bee products are used in due time, through all anatomical ways and in enough dose.

Bee pollen helps its regeneration, thanks to its rich in essential amino-acids, enzymes (like telomerase), polyphenols and minerals composition.

Honey gives a clean energy.

Propolis (very rich in polyphenols) can protect the prostate against pathogene micro-organisms and many inflammations.

Bee venom strengthens the local/regional nerves which at their turn helps a better local blood and lymph flow.

All above bee products are having also excellent properties useful for the immune system (local and general) and this explains also why beekeepers seldom suffer of prostate tumours.

Here below a few scientific studies for your review.

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Antiproliferation of human prostate cancer cells by ethanolic extracts of Brazilian propolis and its botanical origin
Hongzhen Li, Aneesh Kapur, Jesse X Yang, Shiv Srivastava, David G McLeod, Julio F Paredes-Guzman, Andreas Daugsch, Yong K Park, Johng S Rhim

Caffeic acid phenethyl ester suppresses the proliferation of human prostate cancer cells through inhibition of AMPK and Akt signaling networks
Chih-Pin Chuu, Hui-Ping Lin, Mark F. Ciaccio,John M. Kokontis, Ronald J. Hause, Jr., Richard A. Hiipakka, Shutsung Liao, and Richard Baker Jones

DOI: 10.1158/1940-6207.CAPR-12-0004-T

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