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Pollen Honey

£12.95

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Pollen and honey are two of nature's most nutrient-rich superfoods. BeeVital Pollen Honey is a winning combination of both!

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Description

Pollen and honey are two of nature’s most nutrient-rich superfoods. BeeVital Pollen Honey is a winning combination of both!

Pollen is perhaps one of nature’s most complete foods, containing a remarkable variety of vitamins (including high levels of important B vitamins) as well as a range of amino acids. It’s high in fibre and protien too – so it’s an easy way to add more of these vital nutrients to your diet.

Honey has been enjoyed for thousands of years and its healing properties are well documented. Honey is antibacterial and is even used as a treatment for tooth decay.

Ingredients

Pure Yorkshire Multifloral Honey, Pure Pollen

Packaging

250g amber glass jar with screw top lid

Manufactured

In Whitby, North Yorkshire

Key ingredients

Honey

Honey is widely used for its sweet and soothing properties. It's antibacterial too!

Pollen

Pollen is hight in vitamins and minerals as well as being a great source of protein and fibre!

How to take

Just as with regular honey.

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4 key benefits of propolis
01.
Anti-Inflammatory

Propolis is anti-inflammatory. It has been widely used to treat wounds, reducing inflammation and promoting the body’s natural capacity to healing itself.

02.
Antibacterial

Honey bees use propolis to guard their hive from infection. It is antibacterial, acting as a kind of immune system, and it appears to have the same effect in humans too!

03.
Antifungal

Propolis has been shown to have antifungal properties, making it suitable for treating fungal infections in a natural way, both topically and by consuming capsules, tablets.

04.
Antiviral

Research has shown that propolis is antiviral. It inhibits the attachment of viruses to human cells, helping the body defend itself from viral infection.