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What is Propolis?

What is Propolis? Propolis originates from the sap of coniferous trees. Worker Bees collect the resin from the trees and carry it to the hive on their legs where other bees assist in removing beads of it from the worker bees legs because it is too sticky to perform this task as a solo job. The bees then combine this resin with honey, wax and stomach enzymes to convert this resin into "bee glue" or sealant in the hive of which we call Propolis. Propolis is used to seal cracks and patch up holes to protect the hive from weather and outside threats. Honey bees keep a very controlled environment inside the hive, and this is part of what makes honey and its moisture content so specific before th

What Is Bee Pollen?

How Do I Eat Bee Pollen? Bee Pollen is known for its antioxidants, protein and B - vitamin content. Taking bee pollen is a great addition to your diet and can also help with seasonal allergies. Being a plant based protein, adding bee pollen to your morning smoothie or yogurt parfait is a great replacement for protein powders with fillers and harmful routines that can do long term damage to your kidneys. If you are vegetarian, this plant based protein can be an alternative to meat based protein. Did you know that by weight bee pollen has 8 times the protein content of animal based protein sources? Try adding bee pollen to a peanut butter and banana sandwich, add to cereal or your favorite raw

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