Herbal Supplements

The Herb and Supplement Index

Saturday, January 15, 2005

Name bee pollen

Origin Plants

Scientific Name

Description The male germ of flowering plants. Referred to by the Greeks as the "Nectar of the Gods". A complete food rich in vitamins, minerals, protein, amino acids, hormones, enzymes and fats. This is a natural food and it is very potent. Bees gather pollen from plants, compress it into pellets, which beekeepers then collect from the hives. Another type of pollen is collected right from the plants.

Uses Major benefits are helping to prevent sneezing, runny nose, watery eyes, and other symptoms of seasonal pollen allergies. Useful for hypertension, nervous and endocrine system problems, allergies and hay fever, improves anemia, provides quick energy, mental alertness and memory, helps with hyperactivity, and Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD). Helps slow the aging process, senility and dementia, improves appetite, boosts the immune system, is a natural no-doze, helps with prostate disorders and increases the healing power of the body.


Possible Side Effects People with asthma or allergies to bee stings should be very careful when using bee products; they should avoid royal jelly entirely.

REMINDER If you have a medical condition such as a heart condition, high blood pressure, palpatations, high blood sugar or other medical conditions talk to your doctor before taking supplements.