Pollen is a product that nature offers us through the plants visited by bees. Bee pollen contains pollen from different plants collected by bees with their hind legs in order to feed themselves. Fresh pollen contains biological moisture, proteins, amino acids, carbohydrates, fatty acids, vitamins A-B1-B2-B3-B5-B6-B12-CDEHK-PP, enzymes, coenzymes and minerals. Fresh bee pollen has enough properties to be classified as a food "bomb".
Pollen acts often therapeutically and as an auxiliary in the treatment of prostate, stomach disorders, weakened immune system, allergies, intestinal disorders, poor pancreatic and liver function, cholesterol, triglycerides, high blood pressure, anxiety, inability to store vitamin C, hormonal system disorders, anorexia and obesity as it balances weight. Bee pollen helps the entire body giving a great boost to the reproductive, immune and nervous system.
It is antibiotic, styptic, muscle relaxant, tonic and highly nutritious. It helps to fix and stabilize our body chemistry.
Bee pollen enhances healing, rejuvenates many body systems and helps protect body cells from free radicals, a major cause of cancer. It's good to contusion because of the rutin it contains, improves heart strength, helps fight anemia and lowers high blood pressure by regulating the flow of blood. Athletes often use bee pollen to increase their strength and stamina. Consumption of pollen also helps treat allergies. It also acts as a bacterial inhibitor throughout the body. Many people, especially elderly, who regularly use bee pollen, claim to have better physical and mental health, which suggests that pollen can be a very effective tonic against aging.