A very important activity of bees is pollination. During this process they collect pollen and pollinate the plant. Pollen is a very important item for survival and growth of bee colony. When it is in abundance we collect from the beehive without disturbing it. it is natural product loaded with nutrients, amino acids, vitamins, lipids and over 250 active substances. It can be digested easily and shall be taken without processing. Body builder will see lot of improvement. it is natural protein.
- It is great supplement.
- Nature’s most completely nourishing food.
- Pollen contains nearly all nutrients required by humans.
- The taste is a sweet.
Pollen is another apitherapeutic product appreciated as a natural medicine. The chemical composition of bee pollen largely depends on phytogeographical source, race of bees, and climatic conditions.
The bee pollen consists of 250 substances that include lipids (triglycerides, phospholipids), aminoacids, vitamins, flavonoids, simple sugars, carotenoids, vitamin C, and photochemical.
Potential health benefits of Pollen are:
- Lowers cholesterol levels
- Prevents oxidizing of lipids
- Eases PMS (premenstural syndrome)
- Boosts liver functions
- Boosts immunity
- Heals wounds
- Prevents infections
- Provides longevity
- Alleviates menopausal symptoms
- Helps nutrient utilization
- Helps metabolic activities
Bee pollen is also used skin softening products and helps healing diaper rash and eczema. It also helps in sharpening memory, enhancing energy, and slows aging. It helps lowering bad cholesterol (LDL), raises good cholesterol (HDL), protects liver health, helps in osteoporosis. Helps body to utilize nutrients. Eases menopausal symptoms like hot flashes, mood changes, sleep disturbances, and night sweating. It has anti-estrogen properties which lowers risks of breast, uterine, and prostrate cancer. Inhibits tumor cell growth. Effective in treating and healing burns wounds due to its antimicrobial properties. It also helps in reducing activation of mast cells thus minimizing allergic reactions. Pollen is antimicrobial and especially helpful in E.coli, Salmonella, Pseudomonasr aeruginosa as well as staph infections.