Bee Pollen

Including Bee Pollen in Your Diet

Bee pollen is got from honeybees. As bees flit from flower to flower, gathering honey, the pollen in these flowers gets stuck on the hairy legs of the bees. When the bees return to their hives, the pollen gets scraped off as they walk around the hives. This pollen falls into the pollen traps set by beekeepers and when it is full, it is taken away, cleaned and sold as […]

Bee Pollen and Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple sclerosis (MS) affects the spinal cord and brain. It is an autoimmune disease. Multiple sclerosis usually affects people between 20-40 years although anyone at any age can get it. Women get affected by multiple sclerosis more than men. MS damages the myelin sheath that protects the nerve cells. When this protective sheath gets damaged, the nerves suffer from loss or slowing down of impulses. This damage is caused by […]

Side Effects of Bee Pollen – Children, Pregnant & Breastfeeding Women

There can be various occasions during which one could happen to interact with bee pollen. Pollen can be present in flowering plants. These consist of the male gametes (or reproductive cells) of that flower. Bee pollen has found a number of uses in today’s time. Even a tiny, single grain of the bee pollen consists of a number of nutrients that are required for the body.[1] It can be used […]