Where would we Bee?

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Not very long ago, in a not so far away place, a friend brought my wife and I a bag of pollen.

"BEE-careful where you put that" I exclaimed, just because it was obvious. We groaned, and laughed at the obvious Three's Company humour, and carried on unpacking the rest of the food. While doing so, she asked if I had ever tried bee pollen. Naturally I said,

"Of course not. People think I am strange enough. I don't think it would help the matter if I went around licking flowers all day. Besides, it is really quite sticky. Walking around with pollen on my face would surely attract unwanted company such as bears, or hummingbirds. Those pointy little beaks kinda freak me out, I could lose an eye."

With a deadpan look on her face, and one raised eye brow she continued to inform me of the medicinal benefits of the wonderful natural love juice of flowers. HUGE quantities of vitamins and minerals. Calcium, chlorine, magnesium, copper, iron, manganese, phosphorus, potassium, silicon and sulfur. To name a few. Pollen can contain up to 59 different trace minerals. Don't get me started on Vitamins. B1, B2, B6, Nicotinic Acid, Pantothenic Acid, and folic acid. One gram of raw pollen contain from 7 - 15 mg of Vitamin C, and trace elements of Vitamin E. Various other vitamins found in pollen including B5, B12, D, biotin, inositol and PABA.

How fantastic is that? RAW fresh pollen is amazing for both your health, and the prevention of allergy flare up. Whenever you go anywhere, grab a bag of pure local bee pollen instead of the usual over the counter anti-allergen and life will be a different experience. A much more natural, healthy experience free from whatever it is they put in those ridiculous little pills. Imagine if you will, every time you go on vacation, anywhere, being sneeze free because allergies are no longer an issue. What a trip that would be! Not only are bees incredibly important for bringing our gardens to full splendor, they are also very important in the creation of great times, free from allergies. The world would come to an ugly screeching halt, were it not for bees.

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