Beginning in 2008, GlenHeaven began carrying GlenHeaven Brazilian Green
Propolis exclusively, rather than both Brazilian Green and our regular North
American origin propolis solutions.
Our reasons for this are two fold:
As we put a lot of time, attention, and work into our product, it makes good
sense to apply that energy toward providing the best quality available.
Brazilian Green propolis
has become a gold standard of Propolis. It is the benchmark for much research
done with Propolis. The source of our Brazilian green Propolis,
Pharmanectar, regularly tests for consistency of essential Propolis elements, as
well as making sure there are no chemical contaminates. No pesticides are
used in the hive, or present in the propolis. Organic status will soon be
awarded Pharmanectar's crude Brazilian 'Ultra Green' propolis.
GlenHeaven's product utilizing U.S. origin propolis offered a more
affordable product without compromising the essential properties and healing
potential of whole propolis. However, at this time, we are finding it impossible
to acquire clean, quality U.S. origin propolis in the quantities we need to
reliably provide you with our whole propolis solution.
As the beneficial properties of Propolis become more widely known, it has become
increasingly popular and in demand. This, in turn, brings our attention to
the bigger picture and current plight of the honey bee. Both the epidemic
of mites and the newer enigma of colony loss have devastated honeybees and
beekeepers across the country. These issues so seriously impact the global
food-chain and ecology that we implore everyone to keep it in mind.
Consider beekeeping. The bees, our environment and our food sources need
We will be reaching out world-wide to establish relationships
with the admirable contacts we have made in the apitherapy and beekeeping world,
thereby being able, once again, to provide at least 2 types of Propolis.
Blessings to All,
And thank you for your continued support and patronage of GlenHeaven Propolis,
you want to know more about Brazilian
green propolis and see the Africanized bees
produce it, watch this 30 minute
'Globo Rural' 2004,