The Health Benefits of Bee Pollen

Nature’s Perfect Food

Bee Pollen is often called “Nature’s Perfect Food” due to its ability to improve endurance, energy, physical acuity, and concentration. For this reason, it has been used for centuries as a food, as well as a medicinal alternative because of its many. And because these granules are easily assimilated within your body and their carbohydrates process rapidly, your brain is receiving the fuel it needs to maintain mental alertness, clarity, and concentration.

While many people use Bee Pollen to fight overall fatigue, athletes, including Olympians, often use Bee Pollen as an herbal supplement to improve athletic performance and help prevent post-athletic performance exhaustion. Unlike caffeine products that boost energy rapidly by stimulating your adrenal glands, Bee Pollen does not rely on tricking your body into producing a chemical to give you a temporary boost. Instead, the granules provide natural energy by supplying nutrients that are missing from your daily diet. 

For athletes, there is no question that Bee Pollen has become a popular nutritional supplement for those looking for an energy boost.  But it can also help increase strength, endurance, and speed, while helping your body recover from physical exertion and normalize breathing and heart rate.

Bee Pollen also acts as a natural antidepressant and can help lower stress levels, high blood pressure and ease depression. Since Bee Pollen is a source of amino acids and fatty acids, it helps to stabilize moods and prevent emotional outbursts. This is a good herbal remedy for those who have anger management issues as it increases emotional stability.

Bee Pollen is very effective in treating symptoms of allergies and acne. Internally and externally, it nourishes the skin and stimulates cell renewal. It may reduce liver spots and inflammation and soothes itching while moisturizing dry skin.  For a radiant, youthful appearance, regular use of Bee Pollen appears to result in much smoother, younger, and healthier skin. And Bee Pollen has shown to be effective for reducing lines and wrinkles and an excellent toner for the skin, providing increased elasticity. 

In traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), Bee Pollen has been used to stimulate hair growth because of its rich l-cysteine content.  This is because our hair needs nutrients from the food we eat. Since Bee Pollen is the world’s most complete food and nutrition source, our hair becomes healthier. It has been found that hair effectively grows back because of pollen. Bee Pollen contains vitamin A, which is an antioxidant that helps maintain natural oils in the scalp; Calcium together with magnesium that helps hair growth; Vitamin C that maintains healthy hair and skin; vitamin E and vitamin B3 that benefits and improves scalp circulation, as well as copper, vitamins B5, B6, B12 and iron, that strengthens hair and prevents hair loss; Manganese that improves hair growth; potassium that promotes circulation, and sulfur that creates stronger hair. Some say that regular use of Bee Pollen may even keep unwanted gray hair away.

Other properties of Bee Pollen address prostate enlargement in men, normalizing enzymes in your liver, increasing the efficacy of chemotherapy in cancer treatment, and minimizing the effects of radiation in your brain. Bee Pollen is very beneficial for the helping with prostate enlargement. Bee Pollen granules have been used to relax the urethra and sphincter muscles and increase bladder muscle contractions. These qualities may be related to a growing body of evidence supporting Bee Pollen’s effectiveness in managing prostatitis and benign prostatic hyperplasia. 

Bee Pollen enhances the immune system; therefore, it protects against viral infections. Because Bee Pollen stimulates glands and enhances the body’s natural defenses, while also eliminating damaging toxins from the system.  It is considered one of the finest sources of immunity-building nutrients.   With 22 amino acids, Bee Pollen helps the immune system counteract the effects of radiation and chemical pollutants. Improved immunity helps the body ward off disease, resist infections and combat many common ailments, including colds and other viral infections, bronchitis, and asthma. And the granules have significant antioxidant qualities that provide protection against free radicals, which contribute to many forms of disease and aging in the body. It has antibiotic and antiviral properties destroy harmful intestinal flora, easing colon disorders and diarrhea. Bee Pollen granules can neutralize toxic wastes in your intestines and thereby improve the health of your blood. Its antibacterial and anti-fungal properties have also shown positive results against Candida and other yeast infections. It has also been used to treat menstrual pain and irregularities.

Bee Pollen appears to be an excellent source of antioxidants, and some research has claimed that use of Bee Pollen has demonstrated anti-carcinogenic properties and some delayed growth in tumors. In separate studies, a noticeable decrease in the side effects of radiation like nausea, bladder inflammation, appetite loss, and rectal swelling, as well as countering the effects of environmental and chemical toxins.

Bee Pollen contains the same immune-enhancing properties stimulate the body’s natural defense against allergic responses; the same substance that can cause allergic responses.  Many allergy sufferers have found relief with Bee Pollen as an herbal antihistamine.

The complex blend of nutrients contained in Bee Pollen can have a stabilizing effect on your body’s metabolic rate. This has been shown to have the effect of regulating weight control. And this can mean both achieving weight loss for the overweight and weight gain for the underweight, which is why it is also used in the treatment of anorexia nervosa. 

Because Bee Pollen invigorates the body and enhances energy, it seems to help with sexual performance, especially in older adults experiencing diminishing sex hormones and shrinking reproductive organs. Bee Pollen has become very popular in Europe where older adults claim it has put new life and vigor into their sex lives.

Obviously, not all these benefits address the needs of children, but there are a few applications to consider.  Primarily, Bee Pollen granules may provide relief for childhood asthma and allergies. There is some thought that it may also be beneficial for hay fever, diarrhea, menstrual problems, rheumatism, and urinary problems, with regular use.

Instructions: Some people are allergic to Bee Pollen. Start using slowly. Some people are allergic to Bee Pollen. Start using slowly. 1-2 granules 1-3 times daily. Increase as needed. Keep refrigerated. Keep out of reach of children

Contraindications: A small number of people have been known to be allergic to bee and/or plant Pollen and should avoid it, as ingestion may result in severe allergic reaction, including anaphylaxis, an acute allergic response which may be life threatening. When using Bee Pollen granules, it is wise to take a small amount at first, and if any sneezing, discomfort or rash occurs, discontinue use immediately.

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