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Your local Beekeeper is Where To Buy Bee Pollen. It's simple, your local beekeeper will provide Bee Pollen form your environment.

Where To Buy Bee Pollen
Where To Buy Bee Pollen. 

Simple, your source is your local Beekeeper. They know exactly where your Bee Pollen comes from.

Gathered by Honey Bees, Bee Pollen is mixed with enzymes and honey to feed there young. 

Bee Pollen is loaded with vitamins, minerals and amino acids. Being packed with anti oxidants, Phenols and enzymes who wouldn't want to eat it.

But beware, some Bee Pollen is full of heavy metals and pesticides. The only way to tell if your Bee Pollen is safe is to buy it from your local Beekeeper.

Lets face facts, selling Bee Pollen is big business. Even folks that have never seen a bee sell it.

Where To Buy Bee Pollen
Where To Buy Bee Pollen

Honey brokers buy honey and pollen from around the world at a low price and sell it to you. There is no telling where it came from or if it is safe or real.

Recently reported one third of the worlds honey supply is contaminated with Honey Bee killing pesticides. One of the major factors of Honey Bee decline.

If a third of honey is poisoned then so is the Bee Pollen. CommonDreams article published 10-06-17 You can read the full story here.

At the same time fake honey is hitting the market. Yet most folks do not even know the honey they are buying is fake.

Analysis shows that seventy six percent of honey sold in America is fake. Being diluted with corn syrup or just straight up honey flavored corn syrup.

Do you know where your honey comes from, you should. Getting to know your local Beekeeper is the best way to know your honey and Bee Pollen.

Where To Buy Bee Pollen
Where To Buy Bee Pollen

Where To Buy Bee Pollen? Your local Beekeeper!

 

Not to many sites show the real Bee Pollen Nutritional Facts, Here we look at what exactly is in Bee Pollen Pellets and Bees Bread.

Bee Pollen Nutritional Facts
Bee Pollen Nutritional Facts

Honey Bees are the only insect that produces food for Man. As a matter of fact these foods that honey bees produce are superfoods.

Not only do honey bees produce superfoods for man they also produce medicinal substances. Bees wax, Royal Jelly, Bee Venom and Propolis all have medicinal properties used in Apithearpy.

This post will be addressing Honey Bee Pollen Nutritional Facts...

Foraging Honey bees gather nectar and pollen from flowers. These foragers bring their nutritional bounty back to their nest for storage.

Being high in Vitamins, Minerals and protein, Bee Pollen is the perfect food for raising young bees. Bee Pollen is not only perfect for Bees, bee pollen is a superfood for Man.

Bee Pollen Nutritional Facts
Bee Pollen Nutritional Facts

Following is a basic analysis of what is in your bee pollen. Properties may vary depending on your geographical location.

Vitamins

Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin D, Vitamin E, Vitamin K, Thiamine, Riboflavin, Niacin, Vitamin B6, B12, Biotin, Folic Acid, Choline, Inositol, and Rutin.

Amino Acids

Alanine, Arginine, Aspartic Acid, Cystine, Glutamic Acid, Histidine, Hydroxyproline, Isoleucine, Lysine, Methionine, Phenylalanine, Proline, Serine, Threonine, Tryptophan, Tyrosine and Valine.

Minerals

Boron, Calcium, Chlorine, Copper, Iodine, Iron, Magnesium, Manganese, Phosphorus, Potassium, Silicon, Sodium, Sulphur, Titanium and Zinc.

Enzymes

Amylase, Catalase, Cozymase, Diastase, Disporase, Lactic Dehydrogenase, Pectase, Pepsin, Phosphatase, Saccharase, Succinic Dehdrogenase, Trypsin, Hydrolases,Oxidoreductases, Lyases, Isomerases and Transferases.

I just want to interject here. Transferases are very important especially Methyl Transferase.

I will get in to this enzyme in a later post. But, it has a lot to do with Epigenetics and Methylation of the Human body.

Other Elements and Hormones

Alpha Aminobutyric Acid, Amines, Ausins, Brassins, Croectin, Diglyeries, Flavoniods, Frutose, Gifferellins, Glucose, Guanine, Hexadecanol, Hypoxanthine, Lecithin, Lycopene, Monglycerides, Nucleic Acids, Nuclein, Nucleosides, pentosans, Phenolic Acids, Terpenes, Triglycerides, Xanthine, Xanthopylls, Zeoxathin and HGH.

We do not sell Honey Bee Pollen, But if you are looking to buy we suggest you purchase your pollen from your local Beekeeper.

 

 

 

 

Collected by honey bees since time began Bee Pollen Benefits the whole human body.  What is Bee Pollen

What is Bee Pollen
What is Bee Pollen

A powerful superfood, bee pollen is full of vitamins, proteins, amino acids and antioxidants. Bee pollen is used to heal and recover humans and animals by apithearpists.

Gathered by bees, bee pollen is the male seed of flowers. All flowering plants produce pollen.

Being high in protein, honey bees use it to feed their young. Generating fat and health young bees.

It takes thirty days for one worker bee to gather a teaspoon of pollen. Which they mix with digestive enzymes and honey to store in a specialized comb called bees bread.

Bees bread/ pollen board is stored close to the brood. Brood is the young bee nursery.

What is Bee Pollen
What is Bee Pollen
Here is a tip...

When buying pollen look for what is called Bees Bread, and not manmade bees bread.

There is three types of pollen on the market, pollen pellets are trapped outside the colony and has not been worked by the bees. Pollen pellets are encased in a non digestible coating to protect the DNA/RNA

What is Bee Pollen
What is Bee Pollen

Pollen is trapped by forcing worker bees loaded with pollen thru  a screen to strip the pollen off before it gets in the colony.

Bees Bread is gathered from inside the colony, being mix with honey bee enzymes and fermented. This opens the protective shell allowing the wanted constituents to enter the bloodstream.

What is Bee Pollen
What is Bee Pollen

Man made bees bread is pollen pellets treated with lactic acid to open the shell that protects the seed.

The richest source of vitamins know to man. Bee pollen is a complete food and it is brought to you by Honey Bees.

Pollen contains many products that animal do not possess, and is richer in protein than red meat. Concentrated in all elements necessary for life makes bee pollen a super food.

I hope this post helps you understand What is Bee Pollen.

There has been a lot of talk about Bee Venom Benefits, So lets take a closer look...

Bee Venom Benefits
Bee Venom Benefits

A long time ago, a very wise man told me that " A bee won't sting you unless you need it." Well, I've been stung a lot and still get stung several times a day.

Lets look at some uses of bee venom...

No, longer does one need to get stung by honey bees to get the benefits of their venom. Beekeepers are able to collect and market bee venom with out harming the bees.

Powdered bee venom is in many cosmetics today. Yet, quite expensive.

Women can plump up their lips with glosses containing bee venom. Kinda like botox with out the sting.

Bee sting therapy...
Bee Venom Benefits
Bee Venom Benefits

First, I must mention that if you are or think that you are allergic to bee venom this is not for you!

The following article is from ALTERNATIVE Daily.

Using honey bee venom as an alternative form of medcine called apitherapy. People are actually choosing to get stung by bees. Knowing that the benefits are real.
Some studies show promise in treating and preventing arthritis. Hormones in bee venom, glucocorticiods seems to prevent arthritis.
Many users of bee venom treatment have reported fewer swollen, tender joints. Also reporting less morning stiffness than others on placebo.
 Destroys HIV
Washington University's the Source shows us that the active ingredient Mellitin can destroy human immunodeficiency virus without harming surrounding cells.
 Oh, and lets not forget cancer...

From ScienceDirect we read the following.

 Not only is bee venom anti arthritis, pain releasing it shows promise as an anti cancer treatment.
 Therapeutic application of bee venom has entered traditional medicine to treat a wide range of diseases. Such as arthritis, rheumatism, pain, cancerous tumors and skin diseases.

Honey bees are natures alchemist. Propolis created by bees is proven to be anti-cancer, Propolis Antibiotic Benefits

Propolis Antibiotic Benefits
Propolis Antibiotic Benefits

Beekeepers know propolis all to well. It is the glue that holds our hives together.

Sap from trees and other plants is gathered and mixed with honey bee enzymes and wax which the bees spread all over the hive. Bees also use propolis to fill gaps and cracks to better control the internal environment.

Bee will use propolis to protect their colonies from viruses, bacteria and mold. Not to mention to keep ants from stealing the hard earned honey.

Propolis Antibiotic Benefits
Propolis Antibiotic Benefits

Color of propolis will vary from clear, which comes from conifers to black from oaks. There is also green and red propolis.

Using honey bee products to heal or recover a human is called Apitherapy

 Propolis Antibiotic Benefits
Propolis Antibiotic Benefits
Recently, I wrote about Oral Mucositis and how propolis is used...

Lets us look at Propolis Antibiotic Benefits...

MRSA is a antibiotic resistant bacteria that will eat your flesh. Most people become infected in hospitals and all they can do is cut the limb off.

In a recent article from prohealth.com we can read about intensive research to defeat superbugs.

Strong Antibacterial Power to Fight “Superbugs”

The over-prescription of antibiotics has led to dangerous bacterial resistance, creating a class of “superbugs” that synthetic antibiotics can’t stop, including methicillinresistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), which is especially troublesome following surgery or anytime the immune system is weakened. Fortunately, propolis can stop it. This propolis is taken from a controlled and managed bee population so the material provides consistent levels of bacteria-and-virus fighting compounds.

Where can you get the best propolis around. Become a beekeeper. If all your looking to get is high quality propolis, then beekeeping is quite simple.

You can learn more about starting beekeeping on this blog...

In upcoming post I will show you how and when to collect propolis. Also how to make your own extracts.

Pollinator decline is not just a North American phenomenon, it is a World Wide cause for alarm. Life Without Honey Bees could be our children's future.

Life Without Honey Bees
Life Without Honey Bees

Honey bees as well as other flying pollinator insects are responsible for the beauty of Planet Earth. World Wide we as loosing seventy five percent of flying insects since 2008.

Within a recent report from pri.org, shows us that flying insect populations are crashing fast.

Life Without Honey Bees
Life Without Honey Bees

Dave Goulson, professor of biology at the University of Sussex confirms scientist fears with his new study. The problem is so concerning it could lead to an ecological collapse.

Dr. Goulson also points out that these insect pollinate most of the flowers, trees and food crops on the planet.

Seeing that the rusty patched bumble bee is already considered endangered, showing we are inching closer to life without bees.

Losing flying insects would spell our doom. Life on Eatrh would be changed so dramatically that even Monosanto could not save us.

So, we absolutely need to take this seriously.

Life Without Honey Bees
Life Without Honey Bees
Life Without Honey Bees...

Out environment and our food supplies depend on honey bees, bumble bees and other pollinating insects. All food crops in America today need honey bees to produce the abundance of fruit and veggies we enjoy. Not to mention the meat and dairy products we eat every day.

There is help, IRescueBees and our associates provide live Honey Bee and Bumble Bee removals in various parts of the Nation.

We specialize in live wild bee removal and relocation with an emphasis on keep them alive.

We also provide swarm trapping services for your ranches and businesses.

Life Without Honey Bees
Life Without Honey Bees
We should not experience Life Without Honey Bees with your help we won't

When honey bees or bumble bees are in your way, call your local IRescueBees associate today...