Bee pollen contains proteins (proteins), carbohydrates, lipids, vitamins: A, B, E, P, pantothenic acid, biotin, mineral salts and biologically active substances. In combination with honey, all ingredients are better and faster absorbed by the body.
POLLEN PROPERTIES IN HONEY:
- pollen in honey can be used to strengthen immunity in the autumn-winter or spring period
- it is used as a natural supplement to replenish the levels of vitamins and minerals
- it has anti-inflammatory, antibiotic, detoxifying, antiallergic, lowering blood fat, adaptogenic (reducing stress factors) and protective properties
- it has a positive effect on the growth of hemoglobin and red blood cells, as well as on the physical and mental condition
- pollen in honey is easier to absorb than dried pollen due to the earlier enzymatic activity of honey
Composition: 40% unground pollen, 60% multiflorous honey
USE OF POLLEN IN HONEY:
- Honey pollen is easier to use than dried pollen because it does not need to be soaked in water.
- Pollen can be added to smoothies, yoghurt or porridge.
- The treatment should be started with 1 teaspoon of pollen, increasing to 1 tablespoon a day. The pollen in honey can also be given to children – a maximum of 1 teaspoon per day.
- The treatment should last 2-3 months. It can be used, for example, in the fall and spring season.
Bee pollen can cause an allergic reaction in people who are allergic to pollen. It is best to try a small amount to begin with and watch for signs of an allergic reaction (e.g. itchy ears or throat).
Weigh net: 400g