Bee Pollen

Plant pollen in the pellet form just as the bees deliver it from the flower to the hive. Bee Pollen is abundant with vitamins, minerals, amino acids and more. It contains all the essential components of life and is rich in rare and precious compounds which work in a deep and lasting fashion. No other food on earth offers such  a broad spectrum of nutrition so naturally.

All over the world honeybee pollen is recognized not only as an ideal food source,  but as a food source with wide-acting medicinal properties, including:

Alleviate menstrual cramps

Speed the healing of wounds

Alleviate depression and fatigue

Normalize digestive problems

Alleviate migraine headaches

Relieve various prostate problems

Improve fertility in females and males

Reduce Cholesterol

Greatly improve energy levels

Weight Control

Using bee pollen daily can help you build up a resistance to airborne pollen allergies.

Some of the chief vitamins found in bee pollen are:

Protein 21.2 %

Carbohydrates 48.5 %

Fatty acids 9.9 %

Ash 3.5 %

Fiber 14.2 %

How to take bee pollen?

If you’re an adult, start with 1 teaspoon of bee granules in the morning, preferably 30 minutes before breakfast followed with some water, juice or milk. You may also add bee pollen to your food such as salad, cereal, peanut butter sandwiches or smoothies. You can increase your intake each day by a few granules until you reach the dosage of 2 teaspoons of bee granules a day. For regular and normal daily use of bee pollen, you may take up to 1 tablespoon daily.

The pollen dosage for children is very minimal. You can start your kids taking three bee pollen granules a day. Increase the dosage by two granules every few days until you reach half a teaspoon which is the most ideal dosage for children. If they are not fond of the taste, you can mix the granules with raw honey and eat it, or dilute it in their drink at room temperature.