Flower (bee) pollen from Kulma
Natural flower pollen from Kulma comes from our growing apiaries in the area of the Cybina Valley. You can buy it without any problems in our online store.
Flower / bee pollen – what is it
Bee pollen is a variety of pollen from plants that bees first collect and then carry to the hive with honey or honeydew, while adding their enzymes to it. The pollen is in the form of small grains that are moistened with nectar. This product then goes to the jar, and then to our store.
Bee pollen from a beekeeper – the most important thing is responsibility
Bee pollen is the protein food of bees and determines how the colony survives the winter. This is why it is so important to buy pollen from a trusted beekeeper – one who selects it responsibly, paying attention to the bees.
Bee pollen – what it contains
Bee pollen contains the most protein (23.9%), although it is not the only valuable ingredient of this product. In addition to it, pollen also contains:
✔️ amino acids (10.2% – 26.3%),
✔️ enzymes (from bees’ glandular and throat secretions),
✔️ fatty acids,
✔️ phenolic compounds,
✔️ vitamins from groups B and C,
✔️ folic acid,
✔️ minerals (potassium, phosphorus, calcium, magnesium, zinc, iron and copper).
Black and white (or maybe black and gold?) Shows that the composition of flower pollen is a vitamin bomb for our body.
Flower pollen – properties
The effect of flower (bee) pollen on our body is invaluable. Consuming this low-calorie and easily digestible multivitamin of natural origin has a number of benefits. Its primary role is to build the body’s immunity, but not only that. Bee pollen also works with an increased demand for protein components, vitamins and minerals, and has a strong antibiotic effect. Research also confirms the beneficial effects of pollen on hair, skin and nails.
What else does pollen work for?
✔️ Increases strength, energy, speed and endurance.
✔️ Can help with fertility problems.
✔️ Has a positive effect on good cholesterol, protecting the heart.
Allergy to pollen
Bee pollen – like other bee products – can cause allergy. It is best to introduce it into your diet slowly and gradually, carefully observing your body’s response.