Article No.: 7077
Mindesthaltbarkeitsdatum: 06/30/2020
volume/weight: 0.50kg
Bee pollen is one of the healthiest foods and comes straight from the
nature. For thousands of years people have appreciated their impact. To date, more than 100 biologically active substances have been detected in pollen. The pollen is dried "RAW FOOD" because it is below 40 ° C.
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Our bee flower pollen come from the protected area of ​​the Western Algarve and are among the ecologically valuable products. The extraction is highly regulated and subject to constant monitoring.
A natural premium quality.

Manufacturer of the production:
Francisco Cortes, APICORTES LDA, 7630-711 Bicos Portugal.
Control number: PT L2648CE


Bee pollen is one of the healthiest foods and comes straight from nature. For thousands of years people have appreciated their impact. To date, more than 100 biologically active substances have been detected in pollen.

Bee pollen is the richest source of natural vitamins, minerals, proteins, amino acids, enzymes and co-enzymes. They contain natural antibiotic, antihistamine and important antioxidant properties. Nowhere else is the concentration and variety so great as in the bee flower pollen. By the daily intake of bee food, the human body is well supplied with all essential nutrients. The body is revitalized and the resistance is increased.


How do the bees collect pollen?
During their visit to a flower, the bees come into contact with the stamen of the flower. The falling pollen remains hanging in the hair coat of the bees. The bees, now more or less "powdered" comb this dust systematically by means of her legs from the coat. So that the pollen does not simply fall off the bee when combing, they are wetted with a little nectar, so that the pollen really sticks together. The pollen ultimately collects on the hind leg pair in the form of a so-called pollen panties.
Through a simple pollen grid at the fly hole of the beehive, the bee strips off its pollen panties and it is collected there.

Either you eat the pollen just like that, or you sprinkle it into cereal, yogurt or other food. About one coated teaspoonful of bee pollen daily is enough to cover an adult's amino acid requirement.

Allergic !!! If you suffer from allergies or have existing health problems, please discuss the intake of bees - flowers - pollen first with your doctor.

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