Pollen

Pollen is the fundamental element of plants, it’s collected by bees and used for larvae nutrition.

It looks like a sticky yellow powder that gets trapped on the body of the bee when the bee rests on the flower. Then the bee groups the pollen into small balls and deposits them in bags on the hind legs. Eventually bees go back to the hive and deposit the balls in the cells.

This extraordinary product is rich in elements essential to life: it is an excellent tonic and more specifically it is useful for some diseases such as hepatitis, arteriosclerosis, hypercholesterolemia, prostatic hypertrophy, states of mental exhaustion, lack of appetite and excessive weight loss, anaemia and intestinal disorders. It improves body’s defensive response to any bacterial or viral infection. It is rich in essential amino acids, mineral salts, enzymes, antibiotics, hormones and vasculoprotective substances.