What is bee pollen?
Pollen is collected by bees. It is, besides honey, their basic food. The pollen is shaped like small yellow-brown balls, which – mixed with a little nectar, honey or saliva – are collected by the bees in the hive and stored as food for the young.
Dosage or how to use bee pollen ?
The pollen can be used daily throughout the year, but not less than a month to see its positive effect. The most suitable periods for pollen treatment are the turn of summer and autumn, and winter and spring, when the body’s immunity is compromised. Prepare in the evening. Pour a portion of pollen (20-40 g or 3-5 teaspoons for an adult and 7-15 g or 1-2 teaspoons for children) over half a glass of boiled, cooled water, add a teaspoon of honey and leave it until the morning. In the case of children the amount of water can be reduced. Drink in the morning on an empty stomach no later than 15 minutes before the meal.
Bee pollen is widely used in the prevention and treatment of various ailments. Below we list those applications that have been confirmed by scientific research:
? Strengthens and improves the general condition of the body, used in states of exhaustion, fatigue and weakness
? Strengthens blood vessels and causes red blood cell growth
? Prevents heart attacks by regulating blood pressure
? Favours the blood supply to the brain and improves the ability to think
? In diabetics, it reduces sugar levels
? Successfully used in diseases of liver and biliary tract
? It perfectly regulates the correct body weight, used in digestive and metabolic disorders
? Shows an outstandingly balanced protective effect on liver cells