I made it to my hotel room for the conference on mold remediation. An hour until the welcome reception starts.
The hotel lobby was full of people wearing perfume and the elevator smelled like bleach so badly that I chose to take the stairs when I did not have to lug my luggage… but besides that, the room seems decent. No visible mold. No smells.
I did bring my propolis diffuser… just in case there is invisible mold in the air. I run it 24/7 at home… and I packed it in my suitcase to run here.
“The propolis vaporizer is a strategy to make the house mold free. An Italian study showed that if you vaporize propolis at 82.3 C, it creates a monoatomic vapour of propolis in the house that kills every single living microbe in the air, making homes safe for the children. Its a fantastic tool. Its inexpensive, and has transformed the lives of alot of kids. An Italian asthma study shows over 70% asthma cures in 6 weeks with kids. 70% asthma cures! Theres not much that matches that result. The Propolis vaporizer is a big part of my anti-mold strategy.”
~Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt M.D., LIA Conference 2008
I recommend filling your own cartridges for the propolis diffuser. It cuts down on cost. I bought a pound of propolis chunks over 2 years ago… and I still have a ton left. I only brought one cartridge with me, freshly packed with propolis chunks. One cartridge lasts 5-7 days and I will only be here 4 days.
If you have any questions about mold remediation… or the state of the mold crisis… ask me! I will do my best to get them answered by the experts here at this conference!
16 thoughts on “Propolis Diffuser”
Thanks for the tip about using bulk propolis for refills. I was wondering about that…
Thank you for the tip for saving money. Where should I look for propolis for refilling the tube? Are there anything I should watch out when I purchase it?
Do you a recommendation on which diffuser to use and how do you get the cartridges to refill? Thank you
I use the Model A3 because it covers the most square footage. It’s easy to travel with and most hotel/motel rooms are under 400 square feet.
I don’t buy the cartridges that are premade unless I have to – usually, I refill the used cartridges with propolis I get from a bee keeper.
I bought a pound of propolis here: http://www.stakich.com/propolis-chunks.html and I scrape the old propolis out of the capsules and refill them with fresh chunks. I hope that helps!
Hello, I would first like to thank you for choosing to use our diffuser Kontak, but let me explain to you why it is very important to choose the capsules supplied by us. We select the best organic Italian Propolis and we guarantee purity. Before buying propolis, we analyze it in order to assure the total absence of antibiotics and pesticides. This is very important to have the maximum effectiveness and the guarantee of an organic product. We can and should save money, but not at the expense of quality. Unfortunately a lot of propolis on the market is of very poor quality and from contaminated and polluted places.
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Have deep breath of propolis
I would love to buy this diffuser but the company only sells them in bulk (4 or more).
Thank you for this information. I am trying to find the diffuser but the website in your info is not available. Do you know where I can get a good quality diffuser?
I just clicked on the link and it seems to be working fine. If you want to try again, here is the link.
Can you tell me if this works on Stachybotris?
A propolis Diffuser will clean the air but not surfaces. I am not sure the process it uses to clean the air, but according to Dr. Klinghardt, air tests come back better. I have not seen a propolis diffuser improve mold tests of dust and surfaces – like the ERMI and the HERTSMI. It will not make a space safe except for making the air cleaner while it is running. Once you shut the propolis diffuser off — the space becomes unsafe again. The only thing I have seen improve air tests, dust tests and mycotoxin testing is the Hi Tech Air Solutions air reactors.
I live in Hawaii, older home and the windows are open year round, except for my bedroom at night (I run a window AC) Will the air purifier work with open windows? And the propolis diffuser? Thanks!
The air cleaner I use and most that I know of work off square footage. If you open the windows the square footage is infinite. It would not work well with the windows open. The benefits and cleaning power would fly out the window.
I have 3 propolis diffuser for my home but I’m live in Costa Rica and the humidity is high and I don’t feel our home smell like propolis . I spend 600$ in diffuser and a lot in organic cartraige but I don’t see any difference. If you can help me I really appreciate.
I used to buy the propolis by the pound and refill the tiny metal cups with the bulk propolis. I can’t imagine buying the cartridges from the company. I have not used propolis as a solution for a while since I run an air cleaner that works much better than the propolis in my honest opinion.