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Bee Pollen Water

Besides the sweet and amazing taste of bee products (such as honey and bee pollen) these products have amazing health benefits. I’m eating bee products as an only exception to my vegan diet. Especially bee pollen are the gold in my fridge (yes, please store them in your fridge to avoid molt). Also worth mentioning is that these little yellow pollen cured me from my hay fever which I had ever since I was a kid.

What’s so amazing about bee pollen?

Some people say its the most complete food on earth and you can live on bee pollen and water alone (I’m not going to try that), as it contains nearly all nutrients required by humans. Bee pollen are rich in proteins (approximately 40% protein, which is super high!), free amino acids, vitamins, including B-complex, and folic acid. Pricy?

Remember that one teaspoon of pollen takes one bee working eight hours a day for one month to gather. Each bee pollen pellet, contains over two million flower pollen grains and one teaspoonful contains over 2.5 billion grains of flower pollen.

beepollen Bee pollen is simply the pollen of flowers that has collected on the fine hairs along the legs of the bees. The pollen are then mixed with some nectar and bee enzymes to make the bee pollen.

  • Many believe that eating these pollen every day can help you with pollen allergies. During high pollen allergy seasons, bee pollen are highly necessary for me. Without them I would be unable to leave the house. Bee pollen is also thought to help with asthma symptoms, they increase physical stamina and endurance, improve athletic performance and soothe stomach problems.
  • Bee pollen functions as a natural energizer since they’re high in b-vitamins, vital for energy production at a cellular level.
  • Bee pollen are a skin soother, often used in topical products that aim to treat inflammatory conditions and common skin irritations like psoriasis or eczema. The amino acids and vitamins protect the skin and aid the regeneration of cells. 
  • The high concentration of lecithin helps with dissolving and flushing fat cells, as well as nourishing the cells of the brain.
  • They help to reduce food cravings thanks, in part, to the amino acid (phenylalanine ), which acts as a natural appetite suppressant. • Bee pollen help in restoring the health the reproductive system and promotes relief from the discomfort of PMS. 
  • They stimulate the metabolic system.
  • Overall, bee pollen benefits the immune system. They contain proteins, mono and polyunsaturated fats, vitamins B, C, D, E, beta-carotene, calcium, magnesium, selenium, nucleic acids, lecithin, and cysteine.
  • Bee pollen helps you to cope more easily with stress thanks to the full profile of amino acids, essential fatty acids and vitamins.
  • Bee pollen stimulates and restores the ovarian function, this is used to assist in accelerating pregnancy. Also, they’re a hormonal booster (a great aphrodisiac 🙂

Always test for an adverse reaction to bee pollen though. How to use bee pollen? This may be a weird question, since lots of people just eat them by themselves or throw them in a smoothie.

I believe that for better absorption it’s better to dissolve them in water or hot tea (not boiling water). I would say 1 or 2 tablespoons of bee pollen granules each day are enough.

How to make Water Infused Bee Pollen?

A glass of water
Lemon juice of half to one lemon
Two teaspoons of bee pollen
One teaspoon of raw honey
A pinch of Himalayan pink salt.

After that, allow the water to ‘infuse’ for at least 30 minutes.

beepollenwater beepollenwaterII   This water is a true multivitamin and mineral tonic that will balance the pH level of the body, will aid in the digestion of foods and the absorption of the nutrients and will aid in the body’s detoxification processes. This water is also an antioxidant and immune-boosting water.


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  • Reply
    May 7, 2014 at 5:47 am

    Super interessant! Waar koop jij je bee pollen, als ik vragen mag?

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      May 7, 2014 at 7:42 am

      Ik koop ze bij de EkoPlaza.

    • Reply
      May 14, 2014 at 6:49 pm

      Hi Rosa, gewoon bij de EkoPlaza. 🙂

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    June 10, 2014 at 5:20 pm


    Ik heb het gemaakt en het was best lekker denk door de combi van honing en citroen, heb je dit zelf bedacht?
    Wanneer drink jij dit? en neem je het elke dag?
    Is dat mengen met water voor een betere absorbatie?

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      June 16, 2014 at 12:26 pm

      Hi Nathalie! Sorry voor mijn late reactie! Ik heb dit ooit als advies gekregen tegen hooikoorts. Ik neem dit niet elke dag, maar zorg met de hooikoorts seizoen er wel voor dat ik elke dag bijenpollen eet bijv. in mijn smoothie. Ja, het schijnt dan makkelijker te worden verteerd, maar dit is voor iedereen weer anders.

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        June 16, 2014 at 12:28 pm

        Sorry voor mijn late reactie! Laat maar weten als je nog meer vragen hebt 🙂

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    June 10, 2014 at 5:21 pm

    Ohja en kan je er ook een theelepeltje royal jelly door doen? dan zal het helemaal een energie boost geven 🙂

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      June 11, 2014 at 1:57 pm

      Ja dat kan zeker! 😀

      • Reply
        June 16, 2014 at 12:03 pm

        Kan je ook mijn andere vragen beantwoorden? 😉

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    June 14, 2014 at 10:14 am

    Maar bijenpollen zijn helemaal niet diervriendelijk! Het verzwakt de bijen en ze hebben dit niet voor niks verzameld. Er zijn veel imkers die weigeren dit van de bijen af te nemen. (zelfde geldt voor tussen de reacties genoemde royal jelly overigens..)

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    November 19, 2014 at 10:42 am


    I don’t know if you are aware, but it exists fresh frozen pollen which is much better than the dry version! First, the taste is great and the pollen is melting in the mouth. And it is much more powerful for the health especially because it has a probiotic effect that you cannot find in the dry product. If you wanna try, you should check out the fresh frozen pollen Aristée!

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      December 12, 2014 at 9:43 am

      Thank you Lucie for sharing this! I didn’t know! 🙂

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