Bee Pollen

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Jul 12th 2020

I take a teaspoon of bee pollen every day to help with allergies and boost my immune system. I sprinkle it on top of my local honey and don't notice the taste. Since taking bee pollen, my allergies are nonexistent and I haven't been sick in several years. I've been taking bee pollen from all over the US for a balanced approach to help fight allergies.


L Reid

May 2nd 2020

This is my first time using Bee Pollen and I really enjoy putting it in my yogurt every morning and it tastes great. I also ordered the Bee Cause "Honey" and it tastes better than any honey I have purchased in the grocery store. Both products are EXCELLENT!!


V. Kane

May 1st 2020

Mix this with yogurt in the morning. Adds texture and all those wonderful health benefits!



Bee Pollen


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  • Easily absorbed source of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and protein.
  • Supports the immune system and is a strong antioxidant.
  • Enhances energy and promotes well-being.
  • A 100% natural and raw product.

Often referred to as nature’s most complete food, bee pollen is a powerful and easily absorbed source of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and protein. In addition to serving as a dietary supplement, bee pollen supports the immune system and is a strong antioxidant. It's sought after by health-conscious individuals looking to enhance energy and promote well-being.

This 100% natural and raw product is sustainably harvested and collected from hives in Spain. The various colors represent the different species of plants the pollen comes from.

The flavor of bee pollen will vary depending on its source, but in general it tends to have a slightly sweet, floral, earthy taste. The texture can be described as powdery, grainy, or chewy with a slight crunch

Want to give it a try? Start small with half a teaspoon and work your way up to 2-5 teaspoons per day. Sprinkle it on oatmeal, toast with honey, salads, or even ice cream. Bee pollen dissolves easily, so it’s great mixed into smoothies, yogurt, or cottage cheese. One teaspoon of pollen contains 15.7 calories, 2.2 grams of carbohydrates, 1.2 grams of protein, and 0.3 grams of fat. To maintain freshness and nutritional value, refrigerate after opening. Comes in a 3.5oz jar.