Bee Pollen is one of the many gifts that bees have bestowed on mankind (think of beeswax, honey, bee propolis, and royal jelly), and as yet scientists have not been able to duplicate this wondrous substance in a laboratory. Even when manmade pollen has been created with every known nutrient present in the real pollen, bees will die when fed the lab-produced, synthesized food. Bee Pollen is a powder-like material that is produced by the anthers of flowering plants and gathered by bees and picks up the nutrients of every plant it visits. This is a particularly rich, non-airborne pollen called entomophile pollen that is needed by those flowers to guarantee their fertilization, and unlike the wind-carried anemophile pollen, it generally does not trigger allergic reactions. This entomophile pollen is processed by the honeybee and is rich in protein, essential fatty acids, B-complex vitamins, vitamins A, C, E, and D, carotene, enzymes, almost all known minerals, trace elements, sodium, plant sterols, and simple sugars.
|Product: ||Bee Pollen Grains|
|Brand: ||Nature's Answer (More Products)|
|Size: ||1 oz|
|Dosage: ||1-2 ml 3 times daily|