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Bee Pollen InformationProduced by flowering plants, pollen clings to beed as they go about their job of gathering nectar. Bee pollen is sometimes referred to as Nature's Superfood because it includes a wide spectrum of nutrients from Vitamins A and C to B-complex and amino acids. These and other constituents give bee pollen its anti-allergy effects. It also contains the hard to get trace minerals such as silicon, molybdenum, boron, and sulfur and contains life-sustaining enzymes and plant hormone structures known as sterols, which are thought to have hormone balancing effects.
Bee pollen is used to treat or prevent many different conditions, from arthritis to allergies to depression and fatigue. It is also known to increase energy and endurance during physical activities. Some benefits to the reproductive system have also been reported.
Bee Pollen Benefits
- Has a homeopathic effect - increases ability to tolerate more of the pollens, reducing allergies
- Helps alleviate distress related to arthritis
- Popular supplement for increasing stamina
- Helps strengthen the immune function
Bee Pollen NotesSome bee pollen products are tainted with contaminants from air pollution (pesticides, herbicides) and environmental chemicals. It is advisable, therefore, to only use a product from a company that uses a quality bee pollen source and tests their product for possible contamination
Bee Pollen Products
| Brand & Product Name || Description || Retail |
| Sale |
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| 30 veg. caps || $6.99 || $4.95 || More info ||Discontinued|
| 100 caps, 580 mg || $8.99 || $5.95 || More info |
| 1 oz || $10.99 || $6.95 || More info |