Honey & Bee Pollen


Honey has been used as a food source in cultures around the world from the beginning of recorded history. In addition to being used as a sweetener by everyone from the ancient Romans to the Mayans, it was sometimes used for spiritual purposes by various religions, and  the bee was considered sacred.

While honey can form the basis for soaps, salves, mead and more, it also has medicinal properties. Those who suffer from seasonal allergies can fortify themselves with local honey and bee pollen to help their bodies become in tune with the environment. As an anti-bacterial agent, it can help to heal wounds and create a protective barrier against infection.

Learn more about the composition and unique properties of honey

Bee Pollen

Believe it or not, for every one teaspoon of bee pollen we consume, one bee works at gathering that amount for eight hours a day for one month. This precious commodity is composed of almost 40% protein and contains almost all of the nutrients the human body needs like amino acids, vitamins and folic acids.

Aside from its nutritional benefits, pollen also can help to pre-empt allergies, and can be used to aid digestion, enhance energy, boost the immune system and even reduce inflammation in the prostate.

Learn more about the composition and benefits of this ‘Superfood’