New England Raw Bee Pollen 4 OZ Jar


Pure, raw, natural bee pollen. Comes with all the health benefits and natural allergen protections!

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Product Description

Our pollen is as delicious as it is healthy! Our Pollen is sourced from hives throughout the New England area, New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Giving you allergy protection in all 3 states! We love the taste and promise you will be pleasantly surprised by how sweet the pollen is.

Some benefits of bee pollen include:

  • Rich source of nutrients: Bee pollen contains a wide array of vitamins, minerals, proteins, and antioxidants, providing a nutrient-dense supplement.
  • Boosts immune system: Its high antioxidant content may help support the immune system, protecting against illnesses and promoting overall health.
  • Allergy relief: Some evidence suggests that consuming local bee pollen may help alleviate allergy symptoms by desensitizing the body to pollen.
  • Energy booster: Bee pollen’s nutrient profile, including carbohydrates, proteins, and B vitamins, can contribute to increased energy levels and reduced fatigue.
  • Supports digestion: Enzymes found in bee pollen may aid in digestion and promote a healthy gut environment.
  • Skin health: Antioxidants in bee pollen may help combat oxidative stress, promoting healthier skin and reducing signs of aging.
  • Anti-inflammatory properties: Certain compounds in bee pollen possess anti-inflammatory properties, potentially reducing inflammation in the body.
  • May aid in weight management: The combination of nutrients and enzymes in bee pollen may support metabolism and assist in weight loss or maintenance efforts.
  • Enhances athletic performance: Some athletes use bee pollen as a natural supplement to improve endurance, strength, and recovery.
  • Potential cancer-fighting properties: Early research suggests that bee pollen may contain compounds with anticancer effects, although more studies are needed to confirm its efficacy.

Don’t take our word for it check out the article from the National Institute of Health below.

Bee Pollen: Current Status and Therapeutic Potential – PMC (