Bee Pollen as a food for Survival




















Bee Pollen as a Food for Survival

Be Pollen has many nutrients it is highly beneficial with a full spectrum of B vitamins, Minerals,proteins, free amino acids, hormones and trace elements. And they are true vitamins individually and collectively.  This is because there is no need of synthisization to produce a new b vitamin. This again is due to the cross pollination and how the bees collect their pollen. Its main ingredients consist of 21 percent protein, 48 percent Carbohydrates,10 percent fatty acids, 3 percent ash, 14 percent fiber.

The B vitamin spectrum especially B6, niacin, B12, B9, and B15 are all vital supplements for the central nervous system which in turn supports all the other main systems. 

A few of the  vitamins found in bee pollen are; Thiamine(vitamin B1) , Riboflavin(B2), Pyridoxine(vitamin B6), Nicotinic Acid(Nicotinamide), Pantothenic Acid(part of B complex) Ascorbic Acid(vitamin C) ,
Retinol(vitamin A), Tocopherol(vitamin E)
All the nutrient however effect the entire body and especially in the production of natural energy (this requires a constant level of B12 to be maintained during an energy cycle). 



No other food on earth offers such a broad spectrum of nutrition  and naturally, Bee pollen is not only a good food source but a medicine. Domestic and Raw bee pollen is the best and must be refrigerated. 

Bee Pollen Medicinally helps maintain a strong immune system and will aid in helping strengthen a weak one. 

“Bee Pollen Tonic Recipe”

6 ounces of warm filtered water( not hot)
1/8 teaspoon of Raw domestic bee pollen
Mix very well drink down and any leftover granules swallow whole chased down with a little warm filtered water. 

Note Do not give bee products to infants or young children or if you are allergic to bee products if you are in doubt chet with a  traditional MD.

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