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Bee Pollen

For years, those who work in alternative medicines and herbalists have said that bee pollen is an incredibly nutritious and powerful addition to any diet. They even state that it cures certain health issues and helps to relieve a number of ailments.

Bee pollen consists of the pollen that collects on bees’ bodies when they gather it, and also a small bit of bee saliva. It is not honey, honeycomb, bee venom, or “royal jelly,” those are all by products of the honey-making process. The bee pollen in and of itself is totally different. It is known to contain vitamins, minerals, carbohydrates, lipids, and proteins. You can find bee pollen by itself or in a number of dietary supplements, all of which are found at health food stores.

Here are some of the most popular ways that bee pollen is used.

Bee pollen is used in many topical applications. Many diaper rash medications and eczema medications contain at least a little bit of bee pollen. It helps to moisturize, soften, and heal the skin.

Some people recommend using bee pollen to help with the withdrawal symptoms that come as a result of being addicted to a substance, whether it is alcohol, drugs, caffeine, or nicotine. The nutrients are believed to give the user a bit of relief.

Some people recommend that you use bee pollen for asthma and allergies. Even though this sounds counter-intuitive, it can actually help your body to start developing a resistance to particular allergens, thus reducing the severity of your condition(s).

The nutrients in bee pollen help fight certain bacterium and viruses, especially those in the digestive tract. This can help bring relief to those who are suffering from diarrhea and constipation.

Need More Information? Check Out These Links.

http://www.webmd.com/balance/bee-pollen-benefits-and-side-effects

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bee_pollen

http://foodmatters.tv/articles-1/10-amazing-health-benefits-of-bee-pollen
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