Nature Bee Explain Why Their Pollen is Better

Many years’ ago, Nature Bee began using a process called ‘potentiation’. To explain it simply, the cell walls of pollen are incredibly hard, making it difficult for the digestive system to break down these walls and for the nutrients in RAW pollen to enter the bloodstream. At Nature Bee they rupture the cell walls, (a little like popping open a kernel of corn) releasing the vital nutrients so they are ‘bio-available’ or easily absorbed by the body.

Regular pollen is 20 to 30 per cent digestible in the human digestive system. Potentiated bee pollen is up to 90 per cent plus digestible. This means Nature Bee pollen is much more bio-available, as opposed to store bought raw pollen.

Nature Bee have encapsulated the pollen in   capsules for ease of administration. Their pollen is more concentrated due to potentiation (above), so instead of buying bulky raw pollen, and having to ingest many spoonful’s, you will only require two to three Nature Bee capsules per day. If you cannot take capsules, they are easily opened, and the contents can be sprinkled on any food, or in milkshakes, on toast etc. This is particularly useful for children.

Nature Bee Potentiated bee pollen is harvested from beehives that are located a long way from any elements that may endanger the bees or compromise the quality of the pollen.

Since 1997, the company has been supplying products from the hives, including honey, Royal Jelly, Propolis, Bee Venom creams and skincare products using ingredients from the hives. Since then, the company has expanded worldwide, with a huge customer base in New Zealand, Australia, USA, UK, China and now the EU. The proportion of customers who re-order is very high, and many clients have been reordering NatureBee Potentiated Pollen regularly for over 15 years, proving the integrity of the product is of the highest standard.

For more information on bee pollen supplementsbee pollen capsules and Manuka honey, please visit the website at http://naturebee.com .

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