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Nervous
System

Due to their complex composition, rich in both high-quality nutrients and protective substances, beehive products are extremely useful in the prevention and treatment of many brain diseases.

In short, honey ensures very clean energy, propolis protects it against many biological, biochemical and physical aggressors, royal jelly helps the creation of new neural stem cells, bee pollen helps the brain regeneration, memory and functioning, bee venom (in well chosen dose) helps to get a very good blood flow in the brain and all other neurological structures and also in the creation of various neuro-hormones like the endorphins.

Beehive products and Brain related bibliography:

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Brain

Flavanols like quercetin and kaempferol (also present in honeydew honey, pollen and especially propolis), can protect our memory, our brain.

Here below we includes all related information on Api-Neurology bibliography and relevant beehive products:

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Can Propolis Be a Useful Adjuvant in Brain and Neurological Disorders and Injuries? A Systematic Scoping Review of the Latest Experimental Evidence

Felix ZulhendriConrad O PereraSteven Tandean

DOI: 10.3390/biomedicines9091227

Beneficial roles of honey polyphenols against some human degenerative diseases: A review

Md. Sakib Hossen, Md.Yousuf Ali, Jahurul M.H.A., Mohamed M.Abdel-Daim, Siew HuaGane, Md. IbrahimKhalil

DOI: 10.1016/j.pharep.2017.07.002

Effect of royal jelly ingestion for six months on healthy volunteers

Hiroyuki Morita, Takahide Ikeda, Kazuo Kajita, Kei Fujioka, Ichiro Mori, Hideyuki Okada, Yoshihiro Uno and Tatsuo Ishizuka

DOI: 10.1186/1475-2891-11-77

Neuroprotective Effect of Caffeic Acid Phenethyl Ester in A Mouse Model of Alzheimer's Disease Involves Nrf2/HO-1 Pathway

Fabiana Morroni, Giulia Sita, Agnese Graziosi, Eleonora Turrini, Carmela Fimognari, Andrea Tarozzi, Patrizia Hrelia

DOI: 10.14336/AD.2017.0903

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