be powered with bee products.

Reduce nutritional deficiencies, frequent illness,

seasonal allergies, inflammation, stress and bacterial infections with powerful and nutrient dense super foods produced by beautiful buzzing bees. Working honey bees have many essential tasks to keep the queen bee nourished and happy. Their duties include collecting and producing substances that are used in the bee hive for protection and food, as well as secreting and harvesting nourishing super foods, which are used widely around the world. These super foods are known as raw honey, bee propolis, bee pollen and royal jelly.




BEE PROPOLIS

Bee propolis, also known as bee-glue, is the antibiotic of nature. It is the resin like substance produced from bee salvia, beeswax and components of trees, plants, flowers, herbs and tree sap. Not only do bees make propolis to protect their hive from invaders by sealing cracks and gaps with bee-glue, Propolis also has many amazing health benefits for humans. Bee Propolis has anti-tumerous, anti-cancerous, anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties, which makes it a strong immune booster. It reduces the frequency and duration of colds, reduces symptoms associated with candida and can help stop the breakout of herpes virus.


BEE POLLEN


Bee Pollen is a golden, yellow coloured dust granule that is gathered by the working bees from flowers and mixed with their salvia. It is the main source of protein for the bees. It contains nearly 250 nutrients including amino acids, fats, vitamins, minerals, quercetin and flavonoids. Pollen is an energizing super food that helps combat fatigue and helps you recharge. Because it contains so many nutrients, it is beneficial to take daily on a 3 month rotation.

Bee pollen can kick start your morning, help replenish the body with nutrients, and provide the body with powerful antioxidants to help reduce inflammation and helps protect against liver damage and toxicity. Bee pollen is also anti-microbial and anti-viral which helps to strengthen the immune system to reduce seasonal allergies. It can also boost metabolism to support weight loss.



ROYAL JELLY

Royal Jelly is a creamy substance secreted by nursing bees as the main source of food for the queen bee. This brain boosting super food optimizes performance, focus, memory and productivity. Royal Jelly has been known to improve short term memory and strengthen neural functions to reduce cognitive impairments. It also naturally contains probiotics which help support the intestinal system, reduce seasonal allergies and improve skin complexion. Royal Jelly can also be used to reduce inflammation to ease PMS and menopausal symptoms, and help with wound healing internally and topically.

To maximize the healing and nourishing benefits of bee products, it is best to always use local and trusted sources. Why? Because local bees are exposed to the same environmental aspects and changes as we are. Therefore, our bodies are able to absorb and utilize the nutrients from these super foods much more effectively.





I have replaced my multi vitamin with Beekeeper’s - Bee Powered. This nourishing superfood formulation naturally contains vitamins, minerals, amino acids and probiotics. It is a full profile whole food blend containing raw honey, bee pollen, bee propolis and royal jelly.

I take 1/2 teaspoon in the morning to boost my energy as well as 1/2 teaspoon around 2 pm to reduce that afternoon dip! It also tastes delicious, which

helps to satisfy that afternoon sweets craving. I have noticed in just one short week that my energy levels are more

balanced and my mental clarity is enhanced!



HOW TO USE BEE POLLEN

- Top off your smoothies

- Blend with yogurt

- Take right off the spoon.


If you have never tried bee pollen before, it is best to start with a small dosage. I recommend you start by taking 3-5 small dust granules daily and work your way up to 1 teaspoon. For acute allergies or inflammation, you can increase your dosages up to 2 tablespoons daily, if you have shown no allergic reactions to bee pollen. A small percentage of the population will show an allergic reaction such as sneezing, swelling, hives, stuffy nose or throat scratchiness to bee pollen, if they are allergic to bee products.

Consult with your health care professional if allergies or sensitivities are a concern.



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