Bee pollen

Have you ever wondered what bee pollen is? did you know that bee pollen contains almost all the nutrients required by the human body to thrive?

That's why the German federal board of health has officially recognized it as a medicine.

Bee pollen is wonderful the natural and allergy relief and is responsible for many health benefits of raw honey. It's rich in vitamins, minerals, proteins, lipids fatty acids, enzymes,, and bio

making it antibacterial. Have you ever used honey to heal a wound? It is brilliant, especially on animal like horses as it won't attract flies.

It strengthens capillaries, reduces inflammation, stimulates the immune system and lowers cholesterol levels naturally.

How is it made you ask?

Bees collect pollen from plant anthers, mix it with a small dose of secretions from the saliva glands and placed it in a specific basket called corbiculae. He's a situated on the tibia of their hind legs called bee pollen loads. After polling is connected, it's brought to the hive where it's packed in honeycomb cells. Inner surface of the collected pollen is covered with a thin layer of honey and wax, creating bee bread.

The bee bread undergoes an aerobic fermentation and is preserved by the arising lactic acid. The bread served at the basic protein source for the bee colony. According to the latest national data, one bee colony gives 1 to 7 kilograms of pollen a year. Each day the amount of pollen connected from one colony amounts between 5grams and 250 grams. There are special devices or pollen traps that are used to collect baskets as field bees return to the hive.

What does it do?

Helps relieve stress, promotes healing, improve metabolism, relieves menopausal symptoms.

Bee pollen can help cleanse and heal the liver and prevent against toxicity. It can be anti inflammatory and an antioxidant.

Recent studies have revealed that enzymatic hydrolyzates from bee pollen are beneficial for patients undergoing various disease, such as cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes and hypertension.

The antioxidant properties were measured in a 2005 study and research. It has just found that it has remarkable antioxidant activities. They witnessed hi scavenging activities against active oxidative stress.

How do I take it,?

Bee pollen can you added to smoothies, yogurt, over salads, baked goods and cereal.

Why not give it a try?


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