Natural product collected from the antenna of the flower and that the bee transforms into an excellent foodproduct by adding the nectar and own substances . The characteristic that elicits most interest is that it brings together all the amino acids essential for the humans. Even those not synthesized by the body and usually only found in foods of animal origin. It is difficult to find a foodproduct that equals pollen not only for its variety of amino acids, but also because pollen contains ten different types of vitamins and five minerals essential for the proper functioning of the human organism.
How to use
• Take pollen regularly and continuously. Essential factors to obtain good results. • Take one tablespoon at breakfast with yogurt, milk or a little honey. And drink throughout the day, dissolved in water, juice or in an infusion. Give children half the dose. • Store in a cool, dry place. Bottle tightly closed and protected from (sun)light.
Due to the variety in pollen-producing plants, the pollen can vary in color. This depends on the flowers and areas where they are harvested. Usually they are orange-yellow (unifloral) or colored differently (multifloral).
Per 100 grams: Carbohydrates 66.5 grams, 13.2 grams of Protein, Fat 8.2 grams, Energetic value 392.6 Kcal (1658.3 kJ)