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People often refer to Bee Pollen as nature’s most complete food.

Bee Pollen is taken extensively to combat allergies. It is also associated with increase in energy and stamina, and is popular amongst athletes worldwide.

It is claimed that pollen provides regulation of body systems, particularly noted is regulation of the endocrine system.

Taking pollen may also help reduce the effects of stress and aid digestive system function.

Pollen is the seed of a flower blossom that has been collected by bees. The bees produce digestive enzymes, which become a component of the bee pollen.

It is widely used for its ability to remove 'free radicals' from the body. These toxins are harmful, and bee pollen is demonstrated to be effective in providing the anti-oxidants that remove these free radical toxins. It is used in place of natural herbal products as an effective anti oxidant.

Like other beehive products, (see Honey, Propolis, Royal Jelly) it has been used in certain cultures for thousands of years, but is only recently being recognized by the masses for its health benefits. Due to an improved understanding of its more complex compounds, bee products like propolis, royal jelly and honey are now used daily by millions of people worldwide. The demand for these incredible health supplements is still somewhat overshadowed by the demand for less esoteric products such as natural herbs, but the demand for natural bee products is growing at a high rate.

Some compound formulations of beehive products are said to contain every vitamin and mineral required by the body. All this is simple gel capsules which can be obtained quite affordably. As this becomes more common knowledge, bee products may be set to overtake common herbal products as dietary / food supplements.

The medicinal properties of bee pollen is also of significance. Taken for a variety of ailments, it is said to be particularly effective against allergies and may help hay-fever sufferers control the symptoms.  

Bee Pollen is considered by many to be nature’s most complete food*. Bee Pollen contains more protein  than any other natural food, along with the 22 amino acids of the human body*

Bee products are associated with benefits to the immune, cardiovascular, endocrine, integumentary, nervous, reproductive, cellular, skeletal, hepatic, and respiratory systems* 

Anti-aging - hormonal stimulant - energy enhancer - natural antidepressant - weight control - cholesterol control - convalescent aids and much more*

Benefits of Bee Pollen *:

-         Contains nearly all known nutrients, all 22 amino acids, minerals, vitamins and enzymes.
- Great energy booster - bee pollen is taken widely by athletes for stamina and for weight control*
- Natural source of protein*
- Reduces effects of stress*


Over 134 “ESSENTIAL” nutrients for your health*!


Provitamin A (carotenoids), Vitamin B-1 (thiamine), Vitamin B-2 (riboflavin), Vitamin B-3 (niacin), Vitamin B-5 (panothenic acid), Vitamin B-6 (pyridoxine), Vitamin B-7, Vitamin B-8, Vitamin B-9, Vitamin B-12 (cyamoco balamin), Vitamin C (ascorbic acid), Vitamin D, Vitamin E, Vitamin H (biotin), Vitamin K, Choline, Inositol, Folic Acid, Pantothenic Acid, Rutin, VitaminPP (nicotinicamide) .


Calcium, Phosphorus, Iron, Copper, Potassium, Magnesium, Manganese, Silicoa, Sulphur, Sodium, Titanium, Zinc, Iodine, Chlorine, Boron, Molybdenum.

Enzymes & Coenzymes

Disstase, Phosphatase, Amylase, Catalase, Saccharase, Diaphorase, Pectase, Cozymase, Cytochrome systems, Lactic dehydrogenase, Succinic dehydrogenase.

Fats & Oils

Fatty Acid, Hexadecanol, Alpha-amino butyric acid.

Fatty Acids

Caproic (C-6), Caprylic (C-8), Capric (C-10), Lauric (C-12), Myristic (C-14), Palmitic (C-16), Palmitoleic (C-15), Uncowa, Stearic (C-18), Oleic (C-18), Linoleic (C-18), Aracidic (C-20), Benemic (C-22), Limolenic (C-18), Eicosanoic (C-20), Brucic (C-22).

Proteins, Globulins, Peptones & Amino Acids

Tryptophan, Leucine, Lysine, Isoleucine, Methionine, Cystine, Thresonine, Arginine, Phenylalanine, Histidine, Valine, Glutamic acid, Tyrosine, Glycine, Serine, Proline, Alanine, Aspartic acid, Hydroxyproline, Butyric acid.


Gums, Pentosans, Cellulose, Sooronine, Starch, Sucrose, Levulose, Fructose, Grape sugar, Reducing Sugars.


Nucleosides, Auxins, Brassins, Gibberellins, Kinins, Vernine, Guanine, Xanthine, Hypoxalthine, Crocetin, Zeaxanthin, Lycopene, Hexodecanol, Alpha-Amino-Butyric Acid, Monoglycerides, Deglycerides, Triglycerides, Peutosaus


Waxes, Resins, Growth Factors, Vernine , Guanine, Xanthine, Hypoxanthine, Nuclein, Amines, Lecithin, Glucoside of Isorhanetin, Glycosides of Quercetir, Selenium, Nucleic Acids, Flavonoids, Phenolic Acids, Tarpenes and many other as yet unidentified nutrients...

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