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Bee Pollen

Organic Bee Pollen Granules

Organic Bee Pollen Granules

Before, bee pollen was eaten by young bees to help them grow. Now, they are produced as it appears to be a safe dietary supplement and saying it can be of help with few illnesses. What is organic bee pollen and what could be in it that makes it one of the most promising superfood?

Origin: EU
Available as: Pollen
Good for: Bone and Muscle Developtment, Immune System, Protection from Oxidative Damage, Body's Metabolism and Cell Division.
Nutrition: Rich in proteins, free amino acids, vitamins B-complex, folic acid
Directions for use: 1 - 2 heaping teaspoons of the raw granules per day. Sprinkle onto porridge or add to yogurt, smoothie.

What is it?

Honeybees go out to do their duty: to collect pollens or male seeds of different flowers. It mixes with the nectar and the digestive enzymes of the bees turning it into a sticky pollen granule that sticks to the bee’s legs.

The bees carry it back to their hive to store it as food for the rest of the colony. As they enter the hive, some of these pollens are brushed off their legs and collect as “dust.” This is what bee pollen is. Special screens are made by beekeepers to collect this surplus pollen.

It takes a bee eight hours of work a day every day for a whole month before he can gather a mere teaspoon of pollen.

It is sweet and absolutely delicious. Plus, it’s also known to promote rejuvenation and healing. No wonder the ancient Greeks and Romans call it the “life-giving dust” and the secret “ambrosia” to attaining everlasting youth. This is evident in history—pollen was used in ancient Chinese and American Indian tribes and was entombed along with pharaohs.

What are its nutritional content and health benefits?

What makes our bee pollen different?

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