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Bee Pollen

Often called a ‘perfect food’, extensive tests on animals show that life can be sustained on an exclusive diet of bee pollen and water. That proves Bee Pollen is a complete food in every sense of the world. Bee pollen contains trace amounts of minerals and vitamins and is very high in protein and carbohydrates. Bee Pollen rejuvenates your body, stimulates organs and glands, enhances vitality, and brings about a longer life span. The pollen is used as a protein source and the nectar is an energy source.~Bee Pollen is another bee product used in alternative medicine and sold by some health food stores as a nutritional supplement.~Bee Pollen may benefit our health in all kinds of ways, increasing energy, promotes weight loss and acts as an appetite suppressant.~Bee Pollen can reduce prostrate enlargement and painful symptoms associated with prostate disease.} Bee pollen provides essential minerals needed for good health including fatty acids, amino acids and complex vitamins, enzymes and co-enzymes necessary for good digestion.

Bee Propolis

Bee propolis has reportedly been used for hundreds if not thousands of years in various forms of medicine. Another study demonstrated that caffeic acid phenethyl ester, a compound contained in bee propolis was in fact effective in the treat of burns. A much more recent study seems to indicate that bee propolis is effective in treating patients with minor burns. Wounds treated with bee propolis cream showed less inflammation and healed more quickly. Propolis is also extremely high in plant compounds that have antioxidant, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, anti-viral and anti-inflammatory properties.

Bee Propolis is a resin gathered from plants by bees and used in the construction of hives. Also used o seal cracks in the hive like glue. Propolis is the natural substance responsible for neutralizing any bacteria, fungi or virus which enters the hive. One of the most powerful foods found in nature, Propolis is a highly complex mixture of waxes, resins, balsams, oils and a small amount of pollen.

Research shows waxy Propolis contains phytotonizides. Phytotonizides are believed to contain immunity factors, which when used internally, stimulates the body and gives it a natural resistance to diseases (a natural antibiotic). Propolis is especially rich in amino acids, important for immune system function.

The application of Propolis is borad like cancer, sore throat, infection of urinary tract, colds, influenze, etc. Except for vitamin K, Propolis contans all known vitamins and has 14 of 15 minerals the human body requires to function.

Royal Jelly

Royal Jelly is the Queen bee’s secret to long life span. Royal Jelly transforms the queen into an incredible insect, enhancing her phyiscal performance to unimaginable levels.

Royal Jelly is so named because it is the highly concentrated, nutritious food of the hive’s most important resident, the Queen Bee. For first 2-3 days, all young larvae are fed with royal jelly. If a queen is desired, the hatchling will receive only royal jelly as its food source, in order that she will become sexually mature and have the fully developed ovaries needed to lay more eggs for the hive. The queen (fed only on royal jelly for her entire life) reaches maturity 5 days earlier than the worker bees; and, when she is fully grown, her weight is double that of the working bee. The span of the worker bee’s life is about 35-40 days; while the queen lives 5-6 years and is extremely prolific. The queen bees reproductive capabilities are also exceptional, she can make thousands of eggs in a day. As incredible as this may seem, she can lay that many eggs for five years.
This rich concentrated food is not just useful for the bees. It contains remarkable amounts of proteins, lipids, glucides, vitamins, hormones, enzymes, mineral substances, and specific essential factors that act as biocatalysts in cell regeneration processes within the human body.


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