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Is miel et propolis verte vegan?

Miel et propolis verte is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is miel et propolis verte?

Miel et propolis verte, or honey and green propolis, is a natural food ingredient with a rich history and many health benefits. The sweet and viscous honey is collected from bees that have foraged nectar from a variety of flowers, while green propolis is a resin-like substance that bees gather from trees to protect their hives from bacteria and fungi. Together, they create a powerful combination that is known to boost the immune system, soothe sore throats and promote overall well-being. Miel et propolis verte is a delicious and healthy addition to teas, smoothies, and other recipes.

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