Friday, May 9, 2008

The Bee Pollen for health

Bee Pollen

Bee Pollen Facts
Bee Pollen is collected from the hives of bees, where the bees have gathered and stored pollen from plants in compressed pellets. It is a rich source of nutrients with 22 amino acids, 27 mineral salts, a full range of vitamins, complex carbohydrates, amino acids, over 5000 enzymes and is rich in the bioflavonoid rutin.

How Bee Pollen Works
Bee Pollen is touted as a general cure-all for many things and as a high source of nutrition. Its richness in these nutrients may help contribute to overall good health and energy. It seems to help prevent the symptoms associated with hay fever, like sneezing, eye-watering, runny nose and other allergy-related ailments.

Possible Benefits

Rich in vitamins, minerals, proeteins, amino acids, complex carbohydrates and various enzymes
Helps reduce cravings for protein
Good for aging prostate
Reputed to slow aging process
Relieves and prevents hay fever & allergy symptoms
Knowns as a sexual rejuvenator
Helps fight fatigue and improve athletic performance
Boosts immune system and health by contributing a wide range of nutrients

Usage Guidelines
Bee Pollen supplements should be taken with plenty of water. People allergic to bee stings, or those with asthma should be very cautious in taking bee products. Watch for any adverse effects or allergic reactions like hives, itchy throat, skin flush, wheezing, or headache.