- The collected bee pollen is dried at a low temperature, graded and checked before it is packed
- Some people also mix bee pollen into a tablespoon of honey to improve the flavour of the bee pollen
- Avoid direct sunlight.
Use: Start with 0,5-1 tsp and then gradually increase up to 0,5-1 tbsp.
- Compared with bee pollen from Spain, the North European pollen has a milder flavour
- The bee pollen can also be dissolved in water or a cup of tea.
Avoid use if you are allergic to pollen or other bee products such as honey
- If you are allergic you will quite immediately get signs of a runny nose, itching in eyes, nose or throat.
We recommend that you start with 0,5-1 tsp and then gradually increase up to 0,5-1 tbsp
- Placing a single granule or a small dosage on your tongue can do testing for allergy
- Most people find it enough to use 1 tbsp per day.
Origin: North Europe
Storage: Store in a dry place at room temperature
- You can eat bee pollen the way it is or mix it with smoothies, muesli/granola and yoghurt to be used in raw food recipes
Bee pollen. Avoid use if you are allergic to pollen.
Nutritional declaration per 100g
Energy 1575 kJ / 375 kcal
Fat 7,0 g
of which saturates 2,3 g
Carbohydrate 58,0 g
of which sugars 36,0 g
Fiber 8 g
Protein 16 g
Salt 1 g
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