TRY BEE Pollen!
It will build your immune system, make
you immune to air borne pollen issues and give you an
What is it? Besides
collecting nectar from flowers, bees select only those pollens
that contain the greatest amounts of protein and other
nutrients. The bees mix them with nectar and use them for
food for their young and themselves.
What does it do? Bee Pollen
contains much more protein per ounce than any other natural
food. It also contains a wide variety of other nutrients.
Bee pollen seems to supply something that some
stressed young and aging people need. It is used to retard
hardening of the arteries and to strengthen the circulatory
system. It is used to combat the symptoms of illness and
allergies. It is believed to regulate the function of the
endocrine system. When eaten with meals it is believed to
aid digestion. It also lessens women's menstrual cramps.
It is believed to reduce stress and increase
alertness and stamina. Olympic and other athletes use
pollen as a low calorie protein source and as a quick, yet
sustained source of energy.
A very few people are allergic to bee
pollen. It is suggested that people start taking small
amounts of Bee Pollen and gradually increase the amount until
they are taking one to two teaspoonfuls daily. If
allergic symptoms occur, temporarily decrease the amount
taken. Soon the symptoms will disappear.
What does it taste like?
Bee Pollen looks like tiny yellow, tan, orange and brown
balls. It varies in taste depending on the plants,
flowers, trees, shrubs and grasses from which it comes.
It has a sweet nut-like, natural flavor. It can be eaten
alone and chased with water or mixed in a smoothie or put on
cereal (hot or cold).
What does it contain?
Pollen will have differing amounts of nutrients depending on
its source. It contains essential amino acids, antioxidants
and enzymes for all around good health and nutrients to build the immune system
to help make you immune to the pollen in the air.
price of a One Pound Jar of Pollen is
still the best price around !
Put one into the jar and store the other in the freezer. Save on postage