Bee Pollen

Bee Pollen has numerous health benefits. One of which is that it can help with allergies. The Spring sniffles snuffles and sneezes to be had from blooming flowers can be helped with these magic golden granules. Keep spring fever at bay with natures remedy. A little pollen a day may just help you from visiting the Dr. I always opt for natural remedies over processed pharmaceuticals first.  As a remedy for hay fever and allergies it must be taken at least six weeks before the season begins and then continued throughout the season if it going to work. You will find it at your local farmers market. Buying local is the best as then the bees are gathering the pollen from the same plants that you may be having allergies from. Begin by sprinkling a few granules onto yogurt and muesli or if you like the taste have it from the spoon. Eventually work up to having a spoonful a day. It works with the same principles of immunization. By introducing your body to the offending elements under control your body can build up a resistance to it.

Bee Pollen is considered a Super-food for the intensity and variety of nutrients. Pollen is thought to be the richest source of vitamins found in Nature in a single food. Bee Pollen is a complete food and contains many elements that products of animal origin do not possess. Bee pollen is more rich in proteins than any animal source. It contains more amino acids than beef, eggs, or cheese of equal weight.

As sited from Shirley’s Wellness Cafe “Bee pollen contains all the essential components of life. The percentage of rejuvenating elements in bee pollen remarkably exceeds those present in brewer’s yeast and wheat germ. Bee pollen corrects the deficient or unbalanced nutrition, common in the customs of our present-day civilization of consuming incomplete foods, often with added chemical ingredients, which expose us to physiological problems as various as they are numerous.”

Maya has been eating Pollen regularly for a year, and we have just introduced it to Elle’s diet (it is suggested to be 18 months of age until children should have honey or bee pollen). For breakfast  or dessert, Maya loves yogurt with maple and pollen. Give it a try, pollen just might have you tip toeing through the tulips!

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