Pollination can only be achieved through wind or pollinating insects. And this is where bees enter, in this essential process the multiplication of plants. The small grain of pollen clings to the bees' paws and hair, and they fall from flower to flower as they visit.
When they return to the hives, the bees have to pass through the pollutants, placed by the beekeepers, falling to drawers where they will then be collected by them.
In the beekeepers' house, the pollen is naturally dry, remaining in the form of the small grains we know.
Pollen is the purest and most complete food of nature because, in addition to containing all the essential amino acids in the body, it is also rich in minerals, fibers and vitamins.
Did you know that?
Know the detail of the richness of this food:
- It has antioxidant properties, antianemic and helps in the preventive treatment of prostatitis;
- It can be used in the treatment of deep anemias since it rapidly raises the rate of hemoglobin in the blood;
- Pollen also stimulates the functioning of all internal organs and improves erectile dysfunction;
- You should ingest one teaspoon per day, letting it dissolve in the saliva under your tongue, or added in yogurts, teas, milk and cereals.
Now you know: pollen does well.