This bee product contains 150 mineral and biologically active compounds, amino acids and vitamins.
It supports immunity, balances the eye sight, digestion, and cleansing function of the body.
How do bees make it?
The bees make it by collecting plants pollen, from flowers to tree and bush buds. They ferment it and store for the winter as their main source of winter bee hive food. Different colors of the pollen balls come from different plants.
It tastes a little sweet, may be spicy, with a little tang on the tongue.
It supports hormones and mood swings during pregnancy and beyond. During the shoulder seasons it is useful as prevention for colds. It helps body to have a restful sleep.
Protein content is pretty high too, making it similar to meat, eggs and dairy products. A, B1, В2,B3, B5, B9 B12, E, H, P, C, calcium, potassium, magnesium, phosphorus, sodium, chromium and zinc.
Because of high zinc content it supports healthy nails, skin, hair, anti-aging and potency.
Next time your reach for the energy drink, replace it with bee pollen tea. Because of rich vitamins, especially B complex, it restores high levels of physical and mental energy. Bringing down extra weight, cholesterol, stress, and balancing the blood pressure.
The best way it to have a cup of tea in the morning. Do use warm water (not hot), stir 1/2-1 teaspoon of pollen until dissolved, you can add honey. 20 days two to three times a year is best to general support. Kids over three can use it too in less concentration. Do not use before bed, as you might get too much energy.
The bee pollen makes a great facial also. Apply a thicker paste (made by diluting it with water) to the face for 10-15 minutes once a week for a mineral-vitamin skin boost.
Yulia’s Tea collection offers this tea here. Do not use if you are allergic to other bee products.