The Premium 100% Canadian Bee Pollen is produced in the pristine Peace River area of Alberta Canada. This is a premium bee pollen with excellent color, taste, texture and nutrient levels. There is very limited supply of this bee pollen as it is sourced from one beekeeper - we are not able to obtain as much of it as we require due to the high demand for Canadian bee pollen and when we run out of our supply, it will be unavailable until the proceeding Fall.
You'll Love our Bee Pollen Products!
Testimonial from Anna A.:
"Your bee pollen is absolutely the best tasting ever I have tried."
Lisa B., Mississauga.
"It gave me quite a bit of energy and took away my morning coffee craving and curbed my appetite!
Eddy T., Ontario.
"My wife is 63 and looks like she is in her 40's. (this from her friend's compliments) She can still wear the same dresses she wore 35 years ago when first met me. Her secret - she and I started taking bee pollen 30 years ago."
And from Grace S.
"I just wanted to report that it is so true about bee pollen helping nails. It not only helped my nails (that are strong and beautiful because the bee pollen is directly related to their good health) but it also has made a huge difference in my hair. The times I did not eat bee pollen my nails would be softer and break easily. But when I would get back to eating the pollen my nails would immediately get strong and very healthy....the same is true about my hair. My hair has gotten thicker and more vibrant because of the bee pollen...."
Q - How much bee pollen do I take each day and when?
A - For general health, take 1 - 2 tablespoons of bee pollen granules per day either at once or in divided doses throughout the day. More or less can be consumed based on your weight, health status and or budget. Only consume this much bee pollen daily if you tolerate bee pollen well.
Q - How do I store my bee pollen granules and how long will they last?
A - The best place to store your bee pollen granules is in the freezer. Stored this way, the pollen will last for several years. In the freezer, bee pollen won't turn to ice or crystalize. It remains very accessible and easy to spoon or pour.
Q - How many tablespoons are in a 1 kg bag of your bee pollen?
A - There are 84 tablespoons in this 1 kg bag.