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Lemon Propolis Candy 40 Pack By Comvita

MSRP: $27.95
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Comvita Lemon Propolis Candy - 40 Pack

Product Attributes:

  • 40-piece pack of individually wrapped candies
  • Combines the natural goodness of lemon and propolis
  • UMF 10+ Manuka honey for added health benefits
  • Natural flavours for a delicious taste experience
  • Gluten-free and suitable for vegetarians


  • Supports a healthy immune system
  • Helps soothe sore throats
  • May help relieve the symptoms of colds and flu
  • Antioxidant properties help protect against free radical damage
  • Natural alternative to sugary sweets


What is propolis?

Propolis is a resinous substance collected by bees from the buds and bark of trees. It has been used for centuries in traditional medicine for its antibacterial, antiviral, and antifungal properties.

What is UMF 10+ Manuka honey?

Manuka honey is a unique type of honey produced in New Zealand by bees that feed on the Leptospermum scoparium tree. UMF 10+ is a grading system that measures the antibacterial strength of Manuka honey. A higher UMF rating indicates a higher level of antibacterial activity.

Are Comvita Lemon Propolis Candies suitable for vegetarians?

Yes, Comvita Lemon Propolis Candies are suitable for vegetarians as they do not contain any animal-derived ingredients.


Although this product is all-natural, it is always best to seek medical advice before consuming any supplements, especially if you are pregnant, nursing, or have any known health conditions.

Boost your immunity and satisfy your sweet tooth with Comvita Lemon Propolis Candies. These delicious candies are packed with natural goodness and may help support your overall health and well-being. Order your 40-pack today with Buy Organics Online and experience the benefits of propolis and Manuka honey.


  1. Cunha, I. B. S., et al. "Antioxidant, antimicrobial and cytotoxic activities of three Brazilian propolis extracts." Journal of Ethnopharmacology 112.2 (2007): 445-453.
  2. Molan, P. C. "The antibacterial activity of honey. 1. The nature of the antibacterial activity." Journal of General Microbiology 132.11 (1986): 3297-3308.