Bee pollen is collected by foraging bees, which visit thousands of flowers each day. When the bee walks on the flowers, its body is covered with pollen. Then she brushes the pollen from her head and from her body to the pollen baskets on her hind legs. Composed of carbohydrates, proteins, fats and vitamins from the B complex, pollen feeds the entire hive and is its most complete resource.
Bee pollen gives us energy and is very beneficial for the nervous system because of the B-complex vitamins, and for vegetarians thanks to its high protein content. Dosage: start with 1/4 teaspoon and gradually increase to 1 tablespoon if desired. Add to yogurts, fruit shakes, etc.