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8oz Wildflower Pollen

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8oz Wildflower Pollen

Description:

Wildflower bee pollen is collected on the legs of honey bees as they pollinate various wildflowers in wide open grasslands.The composition of nutrients found in bee pollen depends on the plants where the bees gathered the pollen. Since we can't control where the bees will gather, the exact composition can vary from hour to hour, and day to day so two samples are exactly the same. The average nutrient composition of our wildflower bee pollen is 20% to 30% protein (amino acids) and 40% to 50% carbohydrates. Bee pollen has more protein per ounce than any other natural food. Bee pollen granules can be added to smoothies, mixed into granola, or eaten by themselves for a quick protein boost. 

Bee Pollen Collection

As bees return to the hive, beekeepers use a pollen trap to gently brush the pollen off the bees’ legs causing the pollen to fall into a collection bin. From here the beekeeper cleans and dries the pollen at low temperatures preserving its potency and natural properties.

The beekeepers GloryBee works with only harvest pollen at specific times of the year to ensure that the bees have plenty of time to store their own pollen reserves ensuring hives can prosper.

Historical Usage

The first recorded use of bee pollen in China can be traced back to the Tang Dynasty (618 AD to 907 AD). Because of its difficulty to find and harvest during this time, consuming bee pollen was limited to Chinese nobility. China’s only female empress Wu Zetian was known to take bee pollen for its beneficial properties. This tradition lives on today and many Chinese have integrated bee pollen into their daily routines. Today China is the largest producer of bee pollen in the world.

Egyptian Hieroglyph depicting a honeybee.

The Greeks, Egyptians, and many other ancient cultures all knew the power of bee pollen. Hieroglyphs in Luxor Egypt describe the taste of honey and importance of pollen and Cleopatra herself was reported to use honey and bee pollen as part of her beauty regimen. Greeks would use bee bread to keep their armies well fed on long journeys thanks to the high amount of protein in bee pollen.  

Note: This product does not contain any of the 8 major allergens. In  rare cases bee products may cause allergic reactions in some people. This product is manufactured in accordance with all Federal, State and regulatory guidelines and is in full compliance with Dietary Supplement regulations.

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