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Bee pollen is rich in vitamins, minerals, trace elements, enzymes, and amino acids. It's also a great source of antioxidants. 


It's nature's multivitamin, supporting multiple wellness benefits, allergy support, and great immune support!


Even in small doses, Bee Pollen contains high levels of amino acids, essential fatty acids, minerals, and antioxidants and has more protein than meat or eggs. One tablespoon of pollen powder consists of up to 40% protein. Bee pollen contains many enzymes and nearly one-dozen Carotenoids. The pollens contain 22 amino acids high in minerals, enzymes, and vitamins B-complex, C, and E. The Pollens are rich in Rutin, one of the highest antioxidants.


IMPORTANT USE: Before use, soak the granules in a small amount of cold water for 12 hours in your refrigerator to lightly coat and crack the shells of the individual pollen grains to increase the absorption rate from 2% - 7% to nearly 90%. If unable to soak, granules may be ground into a fine powder to increase absorption.

Try these combinations:


  • Add bee pollen granules to smoothies, and yogurt, or incorporate bee pollen granules into raw protein bars—or raw dessert—recipes.
  • Try using bee pollen granules as a topping on yogurts or cereal.
  • Ground bee pollen granules can be mixed into salad dressings, or as a coating for popcorn, or stirred into vegetable juices.


CAUTION: As with any health supplement, consult a physician before using Bee Pollen, especially if you are taking prescription medicine and other supplements. If you have pollen allergies, bee pollen may stimulate a reaction; use it with caution. Women who are pregnant and, or breastfeeding should not use this product. Do not give to babies and children under 18 months.


Net wt. 2.5 oz | 72 g.

Bee Pollen

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