The melt-in-your-mouth taste of our Honey Pacifica bee pollen makes it an easy and natural way to get the beneficial nutrients your body needs. Just take a few granules as a supplement to your tea or coffee, in your smoothie, or mixed with a taste of honey, and enjoy a lively day!
Bee pollen's powers
Thanks to the powerful and brilliant honeybee, bee pollen contains almost all of the nutrients required by the human body to thrive.* These nutrients are especially useful in times of pregnancy, lactation and intensive physical or mental work.* Bee pollen helps maintain the stamina required to keep up with hectic schedules, deadlines or long hours — restoring vitality without the dangers of artificial stimulants.*
Bee pollen contains valuable vitamins and minerals as well as protein.* The most notable bee pollen vitamin is its array of B complex.* Many foods contain some of the B vitamins but few contain all eight, as bee pollen does.* So while you may be getting some of these crucial vitamins in a healthy diet, you're likely not getting enough. Here are just a handful of health benefits from pollen vitamin B complex:
- Supports metabolism rate.
- Maintains healthy skin, hair and muscle tone.
- Promotes immune and nervous system function.
And if the above benefits aren't enough, bee pollen has a seeming super power in that it helps correct the deficient or unbalanced nutrition common in the standard American diet, which means consuming incomplete foods with added chemicals that often cause physiological problems.
Overall, bee pollen has at least 18 vitamins, 22 amino acids, 25 minerals, 59 trace elements, 25% protein, 11 carbohydrates, 14 fatty acids and 11 enzymes.*
Bee pollen's historic and storied past
Hippocrates and Pythagoras both recommended bee pollen for its extensive health promoting properties.* Native Americans carried pouches of pollen around their necks so they could sustain high energy levels.* The Chinese, Romans and Egyptians all regarded pollen as a panacea.*
Bee pollen is just as vital to your health today, as it's considered one of nature's most completely nourishing foods.*
Note: It's best to first consult a physician before taking bee pollen, especially if you have allergic reactions.