Bee Pollen refers to pollen, which is the ‘male sperm cells’ of flowering plants, it is essential to the reproduction plants. It is also the main food for bees.
Honeybees collect pollen on their hairy bodies as they come into contact with flowers. The bees then pack millions of tiny pollen grains into the ‘pollen baskets’ on their hind legs. As they climb through fine mesh at the hive entrance, beekeepers then collect the pollen pellets that fall off the bees’ legs
Bee pollen is one of the most natural and complete nourishing foods. It contains all 22 types of amino acids, vitamins and minerals: namely Vits A, B group, C, D and E, enzymes, fatty acids and carbohydrates. Bee pollen is by nature a low calorie food.
- Improves metabolism function.
- Strengthens immune system.
- Relieves tiredness.
- Increases appetite.
- Relieves insomnia.
- Strengthens digestion function.
- Delays ageing and improves skin condition.