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Bee Pollen comes from the pollen that collects on the bodies of bees and is considered a highly nutritious food because it contains a balance of vitamins, minerals, proteins, carbohydrates, fats, enzymes, and essential amino acids. 

Bee Pollen

₹535.00 Regular Price
₹481.50Sale Price
100 Grams
  • How is it sourced?

    As bees return to the hive, our beekeepers use a pollen trap to gently brush the pollen off the bees’ legs causing the pollen to fall into a collection bin. From here our beekeeper cleans and dries the pollen at low temperatures preserving its potency and natural properties.

    The beekeepers works with only harvest pollen at specific times of the year to ensure that the bees have plenty of time to store their own pollen reserves ensuring hives can prosper.

  • Primary Benefits

    • It is used as a rejuvenator or a tonic that can enhance your athletic stamina and your strength.
    • It is often used as an anti allergent
    • It aids in respiratory complaints such as bronchitis, sinuscongestion, and common rhinitis.
    • It increases the production of blood in our body, reducing cravings for sweets and alcohol, protects from radiation, and acts as a cancer inhibitor.
    • is a great brain booster, lifting brain fatigue, improving alertness and helping concentration levels over an extended period of time. 
    • Rich in the B vitamins; B1, B2 and B3 – these are essential for a healthy nervous system and powerful detoxifiers, especially to the brain
    • Bee pollen may help to lower high cholesterol.
    • Support to the digestive function
    • Support to the immune system
    • Improve appetite 
  • Suggested Use

    Start small, with half a teaspoon, and work your way up to 1-2 teaspoons per day.  

    Supplement with a handful as needed, or generously sprinkle over granola, smoothies, toast, and salads. Ideal pre- and post-workout fuel.

  • Precautions

    Bee Pollen should be avoided by anyone with an allergy to honey or bees, medical attention should be sought immediately. Bee Pollen should also be avoided by diabetics.

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