Fresh Raw Bee Pollen (Frozen NOT Dehydrated) - Seasonal

Did you know that bee pollen contains almost all of the nutrients required by the human body to thrive? The German Federal Board of Health has officially recognized it as a medicine. 

It is rich in vitamins, minerals, proteins, lipids, fatty acids, enzymes, carotenoids, and bioflavonoids — making it an antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral agent that strengthens the capillaries, reduces inflammation, stimulates the immune system, and lowers cholesterol levels naturally.

Our Bee Pollen is not dehydrated, therefore it retains all of the moisture content & goodness the bees provide. It should be stored in your freezer.

Our bee pollen is a combination of pollen from our local hives and pollen from beekeepers in the Mid-Western states.   We cannot gather enough from our hives for customer demand & ultimately you can take pollen from anywhere. 

**Bee Pollen & Allergies**

The truth is once ingested bee pollen helps build up your personal immune system in general, no matter where it's from. Therefore, it can help with allergies or other ailments. It is different for every person or animal taking it as a supplement. We recommend always consulting your doctor or vet before taking it. 


Wildflower bee pollen...

Is collected on the legs of honey bees as they pollinate various wildflowers in wide-open grasslands. The composition of nutrients found in bee pollen depends on the plants where the bees gathered the pollen. Since we can't control where the bees will gather, the exact composition can vary from hour to hour, and day to day so no two samples are exactly the same. The average nutrient composition of our wildflower bee pollen is 20% to 30% protein (amino acids) and 40% to 50% carbohydrates. Bee pollen has more protein per ounce than any other natural food. Bee pollen granules can be added to smoothies, mixed into granola, or eaten by themselves for a quick protein boost. 

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