Bee pollen

What is Bee pollen?

Bee pollen is the pollen ball that has been packed by worker honeybees into pellets. Bee bread is the bee pollen with added honey and bee secretions and stored in brood cells, When the pollen ball is complete, a single female lays an egg on top of the pollen ball, and seals the brood cell. Pollen balls are harvested as food for humans. Bee pollen is sometimes referred to as ambrosia.

Foraging bees bring pollen back to the hive, where they pass it off to other worker bees, who pack the pollen into cells with their heads. During collection and possibly packing, the pollen is mixed with nectar and bee salivary secretions. Bee pollen is the primary source of protein for the hive.

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I want to start the ivf process as I have no fallopian tubes. I take multivitamins and bee pollen is there anything I can do (fertility massage)...

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I have been dx with chronic prostitis (sp). I also have crohns dx. I am currently taking valium and ceilas every night and now they have added...

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