Bee Pollen Health Benefits

  • on June 19, 2018

The Powerful Healing Values of



Honey is probably the most loved edible product in the world. So loved it is since the age of time that humans turned it into an endearing term. It is highly recommended to be consumed “100% natural” …even if Honey is not produced by Nature per se but by the Bees.

These busy insects we shun away from produce another edible product that is even greater than honey for containing all the nutrients our body needs to thrive: The Bee Pollen.

Cultures that have lived millenniums like the Lebanese one know of its benefits and still use it. In the households of our villages and mountains, it is common to spot the jars of Bee Pollen on the kitchen’s shelves along side the natural dry herbs and spices.

The Bee Pollen is today recognized as a medicine by the German Federal Board of Health. Its power to heal our body and boost our immune system have been proven by science, along with its powerful antibacterial, anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory and antiviral properties.

The Bee Pollen richer in proteins than any other natural source. It’s rich in vitamins (including the B-complex), lipids and fatty acids, minerals, enzymes, bioflavonoids, and carotenoids.


Bee Pollen:
  • Stimulates and boosts the immune system
  • Reduces acute and chronic inflammatory conditions 
  • Lowers cholesterol levels
  • Acts as an Antioxidant
  • Reverses Liver Damage and Protects Against Liver Toxicity.
  • Boosts the Immune System with its antimicrobial and antiviral properties
  • Serves as a Dietary Supplement with its high nutritional value
  • Helps kids with lack of appetite and development delay
  • Helps relieve women postmenopausal symptoms.
  • Prevents breast cancer
  • Relieves stress; One of the most effective natural stress relievers.
  • Boosts mental capacity, physical endurance, and energy
  • Serves as a local analgesic to burns, decreases inflammation and swelling, and speed sup healing process.
  • Moistens the Skin, helps it looking younger and glowing, and reduces wrinkles.
  • Helps with constipation (diuretic)


In its grounded form, Bee Pollen can be added to cereals, yogurts, salads, cottage cheese, and smoothies. Bee Pollen Grains or granules could be included in baked foods, blended into ground form, or soaked in warm water for 3 hours to release their nutritional values.

The recommended dose does not exceed three teaspoons per day. These should be more than enough when you are up against allergies, inflammation, stress or nutrient deficiency.


  • A 40-day intake is the safest you can go.
  • If you are allergic to pollen, please abstain to consume Bee Pollen.
  • Bee Pollen is diuretic and many cause diarrhea and nausea. You might want to start with one teaspoon a day and increase gradually to a maximum of three teaspoons daily.



Disclaimer: The information contained in these topics is not intended nor implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice or to be used for medical diagnosis or treatment. Talk with your doctor or healthcare provider about any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.


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