Characteristic properties and benefits of natural bee pollen

The natural and fresh bee pollen is much more than a food, it is a jewel of nature. Its complex composition contains enzymes, diastase, amylase, catalase, diaphorase, lactic dihydrogenase, pectase, phosphatase and sucrose among others. On the other hand, it is also rich in vitamins A, D, E, B1, C, K, choline and rutin as well as trace elements and minerals essential for the organism. We could define bee pollen as a concentrate of vitamins and minerals that, in addition to nourishing energy, balances the pH of the blood and increases hemoglobin.

Natural bee pollen has very easy digestion and passes directly from the stomach to the blood, so it is recommended to take it out of meals. A spoonful of fasting pollen will provide a large amount of nutrients that will be absorbed directly by the body.

How to take bee pollen?

Bee pollen is very effective for physical and mental recovery after convalescence or prolonged physical or mental exhaustion. We can also eat bee pollen before playing sports to obtain a quick energy and that will be assimilated slowly throughout the training avoiding fatigue. A treatment for allergies is to start taking small amounts of pollen, half a spoonful on an empty stomach, every day starting in the fall.

Diabetics of type one and two will benefit from the vitamin it contains because it repairs the wounds of the wounds to which they are prone and avoids infections, reinforces immunity with antioxidants, and their vitamin B group complex will help them recover their Energy.

Natural bee pollen is one of the jewels of the apiary, which along with Royal Jelly and propolis and of course natural, pure and ecological honey

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