1 kg = 150.00 €
Finnish bee pollen contains:
- 20 - 40% protein
- 13 - 55% carbohydrates
- 5 - 10 % water
- 1 - 10% fat
- Vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B7, B8, B9, B12, C and E
- 59 minerals, such as: iron, silicon, selenium, potassium, barium, boron, sodium, zinc, manganese and phosphorus
In addition, the pollen contains some carotenoids, such as: beta-carotene and xanthophyll, an abundance of lecithin, choline, flavonoids, phytosterols, 31 different types of fatty acids and all the 22 amino acids a human needs, such as: leucine, phenylalanine, valine, arginine, histidine, proline and tryptophan.
The use and preservation of pollen
Pollen can be used for pollen immunotherapy and as a nutritional supplement for protein. You can, for example, add some into your yogurt. An appropriate dose is one or two teespoons a day. Keep in an airtight container in a dark place. Preservations of over one year in a cool place or in the freezer.
Pollen can cause an allergic reaction for those allergic to pollen. That's why it's better to start with small doses and gradually increase them.
Please note! Unfiltered honey may also contain small amounts of pollen!
The bee collects pollen in its pollen baskets