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Frankincense Flowering Pollen
Nutritional Value per 100gr
Fat 8g – of which saturated 0g
Carbohydrates 50g – of which sugars 48g
Edible Fiber 0g
Bee pollen is a miracle food that is collected by the bee. Frankincense pollen yields a product of particular sweetness and aroma, with an orange-red color and very tasty.
It is the protein food of the bees which they collect from certain flowers and when collecting it they mix it with nectar and bring it to the hive storing it inside the cells of the comb using it as their main type of food.
This basic ingredient of bee nutrition also concerns humans, since its benefits are many and important, capable of making it a super healthy food (super food). Bee pollen contains valuable nutritional and therapeutic properties. Taking it with daily food, brings in a short period of time incredible results that can improve yourself inside and out.
Bee pollen is a food rich in protein, amino acids, carbohydrates, fatty acids, minerals, enzymes and many vitamins (A-B1-B2-B3-B5-B6-B12-C-D-E-H-K-PP). Ideal food for those who need more energy in their daily life or exercise.
Pollen consumption should start with a small amount until the stomach gets used to it. A teaspoonful daily for a week or so is suggested, and gradually by week, increase to a full tablespoon. Pollen can be taken once a day, preferably early in the morning when the metabolism is fast, or it can be taken in doses, depending on the individual’s preferences and ability.
In general, for an adult the normal dose is 20-35 gr/day (a normal tablespoon) per day, they cover the daily normal needs of an adult in proteins, vitamins, trace elements, etc.
For children 6-16 years old the normal dose is about 15-20 gr/day, for children 3-6 years old the normal dose is about 10-15 gr/day.
Tired organisms should consume twice as much pollen. Adults and teenagers who exercise can consume double or triple the amount of pollen, as long as it is taken gradually, so that the stomach slowly gets used to it.
For those who want to lose weight, pollen should be consumed 15-30 minutes before eating, while on the contrary, those who want to gain weight should consume it immediately after eating. You can consume it plain or mix it in juice, milk, cereal, in salad or with honey so that you don’t feel its taste so strongly. The most recommended way is to consume it whole, chew it and mix it with saliva before swallowing for maximum benefits.
The reception of pollen can be done in periods lasting at least one month, mainly at the changes of the seasons, in intense working, environmental conditions, or in periods of intense physical and mental fatigue. This, of course, combined with a quality and balanced diet. The beneficial effects of the pollen take 2-4 months to be seen in the body, so get the right amount and let it work its magic.
Fresh (fresh) pollen, when not consumed, should always be kept in the freezer. For daily consumption, it can be stored for up to one year. Over the course of a year, the pollen retains all its properties. When the pollen is stored, even when used in the freezer, it lasts up to 2 years. Proper storage keeps the pollen fresh for consumption because its ingredients remain natural and unchanged.