Bee Pollen can be eaten raw as a highly nutritious and healthy snack, or you can try sprinkling it on cereal, muesli, porridge, cereal or yoghurt, stirring it into warm drinks or blending it into smoothies and desserts. Most people use around a tablespoon a day.
Used by the Ancient Egyptians, Romans and Greeks for its many benefits and valued by Hippocrates as contributing towards a long life. It is one of the oldest foods on this planet.
Bee pollen contains all of the essential amino acids; 18 vitamins including A, B's, C, D, E, H and K; 59 trace elements; 25 minerals including calcium, iron and potassium; 11 enzymes and is rich source of Essential Fatty Acids. It is an excellent source of protein for vegetarians and tastes sweet and rich like honey so it is easy to sprinkle on cereal or add to desserts. It gives you energy so perhaps avoid taking it just before bedtime!
Bee Pollen is also claimed by many to be the best treatment for allergy relief, in particular, hay fever, if taken 6 weeks before the hay fever season starts. It works like a vaccine by introducing the body slowly to the irritant at low levels.
This bee pollen is produced in Spain from multiple wildflowers including Cistus, Lavandula Stoechas and Genista. Spanish bee pollen is considered to be the best in the world, not only due to its sweet taste, fresh aroma and beautiful golden colour, but also for its outstanding nutritional value.