Arizona Bee Pollen Granules

Arizona Bee Pollen Granules

Sonoran Desert Bee Pollen Granules

#403 – 8 oz. Shaker Jar


403The Sonoran Desert is home to more species of bee, and it’s said, more varieties of blooming plants than anywhere else in the world. Is it any wonder that the finest quality bee pollen also comes from here?  Bee pollen is one of the richest foods on earth, boasting some 96 nutrients over all. This natural combination of vitamins, minerals, enzymes, amino acids and other life-giving nutrients make bee pollen a powerhouse. When honeybees travel from plant to plant, they collect the male pollen from the flower, essentially the seed of new life that is packed full of quick energy. Thousands of these tiny pollens are packed together to make small pellets containing an estimated 5,000 enzymes and co-enzymes. Bee pollen contains more amino acids than beef, eggs or cheese – all without the fat.

For thousands of years honeybee pollen has been heralded as a super food. It’s well-known that the longest living humans in the Caucasus Mountains of Russia are all bee keepers! They sell the honey and eat the pollen. In fact, raw honey is rich in pollen and other bee products like royal jelly and propolis. Pollen and honey is mentioned in the Talmud, the Korean and the Bible, and in the ancient scrolls or the Orient, Greece, and Rome. History has proven the benefits and modern research has confirmed them.  For several decades honeybee pollen has been used by Olympic athletes to increase energy, stamina and strength. It is the ideal food for losing or maintaining weight because it is nutritionally complete without the unwanted fat. It is also an ideal food for vegetarians or those who do not eat adequate amounts of red meat because it is a protein-rich food and a rare non-animal source of vitamin B-12.

Since honeybee pollen is wild and collected from where ever a bee can fly, it is important to know the source of your pollen. The pristine of the American Southwest is an ideal location to collect pollen from. Due to the long, warm  seasons in the desert there is a steady supply of blooming plants for the bees to forage. This produces a dry, colorful, multi-floral pollen that is naturally sweet and packed full of nutrients. The wide open spaces allow bee keepers to maintain hives miles from civilization, pollutants and agricultural crops that might contain pesticides.  There are a variety of ways to add honeybee pollen to your diet. You can take a tablet with your other nutritional supplements, or you can enjoy the tasty granules on cereal, salads, fruit or in juice or milkshakes. Just how you consume honeybee pollen is not important, adding it to your diet is. *

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