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Prostate, nervous disorders, nutritious deficiencies (e.g. during puberty); to regulate cholesterin levels, to improve hair growth, to improve liver function, to improve blood circulation in the brain ...


Composition :
Pollen - 300 mg

Part used :

Bee Pollen (Ambrosia), also known as bee bread, consists of so called micro spores; these are the male spores (gametophytes) which the bees pack into granules with added honey and nectar. Bee Pollen is the primary source of protein for the hive (worker bees), but it is also harvested as food for human consumption.

Like Royal Jelly and Propolis, other well-known honey bee products, the exact chemical composition depends on the plants the worker bees gathering the pollen from, and can vary from week to week, colony to colony, even in the same apiary, with no two samples of Bee Pollen exactly identical. Accordingly, chemical and nutritional analyses of Bee Pollen apply only to the specific samples being tested. Although there is no specific chemical composition, the average composition is said to be 55% carbohydrates, 35% proteins (20 of 22 essential amino acids), 3% minerals (magnesium, chrome, tin, manganese, iron, copper) and vitamins (B1, B2, B6, B12, biotine, folic acid, nicotinamide, pantothenic acid, C, A, E, K, D, H, P), 2% fatty acids, and 5% diverse other components (enzymes and trace elements like calcium, potassium, sulphur, silicon, sodium, bor).

Due to the unique composition of the ingredients, Bee Pollen are considered a ideal substance to build physical strength and resilience. Taken regularly, Bee Pollen may replenish the body’s need for essential amino acids, vitamins, minerals and trace elements. Bee Pollen may help to regulate the metabolism (one reason why they may help slim persons gain weight, while they have the opposite effect on overweight persons) and during puberty may help to regulate the hormone system (alleviating skin problems and strengthening the nervous system and brain function). If taken before the start of allergy season, Bee Pollen may alleviate or reduce hay fever and related allergic reactions.

With regular intake, Bee Pollen will improve the appearance of hair, skin and nails – and even regulate intestinal bacteria; Bee Pollen are simply a perfect and well balanced food supplement for any age.

Note: Generally, a daily allowance of up to 20g is well tolerated; however, Bee Pollen exposure may trigger allergic or anaphylactic reactions in some sensitive people. Always consult with your pharmacist or physician before using Bee Pollen (products).

Counter Indications: Bee Pollen are not recommended for diabetics, as they may increase blood sugar and stomach acid.


Take 3-9 capsules daily, with plenty of water.