Bee Pollen

8 oz.

$28.00

In stock

Bee Pollen

Fresh, unprocessed and refrigerated to retain its incredible nutrients

The vast majority of bee pollen sold in the U.S.is dehydrated, with a telltale crunch to it. Like most processed foods, dehydrating the bee pollen is great for shelf life, but damaging to the nutrients.

That's why Corganic has partnered with Honey Pacifica in Southern California to provide you with the highest quality bee pollen available anywhere in the U.S. This Coastal Bee Pollen is fresh and unprocessed, and stored in a cold environment to keep it that way. It has a soft and chewy texture, which signifies its higher nutrient content that is more easily absorbed.

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Ingredients

Fresh Bee Pollen.

Shipping Info

We ship Monday through Wednesday, using two day premium shipping services that includes tracking.

Organic 3 probiotics are freeze-dried, so they hold up well to warm temperatures.

When temperatures exceed 75°F, we recommend our optional Cold Pack Shipper, which adds one or more ice packs (depending on the size of the order) and insulated packaging. These ice packs are not designed to stay cold during the entire shipment process, but do provide adequate protection. The ice packs may arrive warm, or even hot. This is normal and expected, but does not reduce the potency. Our Cold Pack Shipper also works well for our other products that are kept in cold storage.

If the temperature is above 95°F in your area at the time of ordering, we recommend shipping the probiotic with our optional Dry Ice Shipper. This will provide significant protection from excessive heat.

Please note: We cannot ship dry ice to a P.O. box.

We take pride in making sure your orders are handled with the utmost care, and arrive to you in a timely manner.

Storage/Dosage

Start with 1/8 teaspoon and work up to 1/4 teaspoon.

For sensitive individuals:

Adults/Teens/Children: 1/8th tsp mixed in smoothie, honey, food. Bee pollen is not recommended for infants and toddlers under the age of one.

Store refrigerated.

Frequently asked questions

Collecting bee pollen doesn't harm the bees.  Here's how it works: The bees have to pass through a mesh box to clean pollen off their legs.  From there, the pollen goes into a drawer where it's collected.  So as not to agitate the bees, the good folks at Honey Pacifica strictly limit the time they collect bee pollen to a month or less each year.

Honey is the nectar of the flower and is used as a sweetener.  Pollen is the bee pollen from the flowers and is used as an energy source among other things.

It should be fine, just place the jar in the refrigerator as soon as possible.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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