Bee Pollen

Definition:Bee pollen is a fine powdery substance that has been collected from the stamen found within flower blossom and stored by honeybees in honeycomb hives. It is considered a highly nutritious and complete food and contains a rich supply of B-complex vitamins, vitamins C, A, E, carotenoids, folic acid, amino acids, a wide array of minerals and some essential fatty acids.
Applications:Most allergies, anemia, asthma, athletic endurance, chronic fatigue, immune system disorders, impotence, infertility, kidney disorders, menopause, prostate disease and ulcers.
Recommendations:Bee pollen can be purchased as a powder, granules, canned, chewable wafers, capsulized or in tablet form. It should be purchased from a reliable source and kept refrigerated. It has been used for centuries to promote stamina and longevity.

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