Are you an allergy sufferer?

Let's start off by keeping the lawyers happy.   We are not doctors.  Everything I can tell you about allergies I've read, heard or comes from dealing with many many allergy suffering customers.

If you have existing ailments the introduction of bee pollen or any natural product can cause negative reactions, so always consult with your health professional before use.

It's also good to know what the potential side affects to pollen can be, upset stomach, reddening of the skin, swelling of the tongue and respiratory problems are some of the more serious side affects, of course there are a relatively small percentage of bee pollen users who have a negative reaction at all.
When taking bee pollen, introduce it slowly into your diet and in VERY small doses, (a few pollen grains at a time).

We recommend bee pollen for allergies but it has many other benefits.  Always use under controlled and supervised conditions. (preferably by a doctor or somebody who knows what they're talking about!)

 

Consider the following data as reported in the Journal of Allergy:

73 % of patients with hay fever averaged a 75% improvement in their symptoms when given Bee Pollen orally

78% of asthma patients averaged a 75% improvement after taking Bee Pollen

17.8% of hay fever sufferers and 33.3% of asthmatics experienced a complete improvement on oral Bee Pollen supplements

the earlier Bee Pollen was consumed prior to allergy season, the greater the rate of its success

 

The school of thought has been that if you have allergies, eating honey produced from as close as possible to where you live, will help or possibly even put a stop to your pollen allergies. We, being the good kids we are, went along with that and used to supply our customers with honey from the closest bee yard to that particular store.  One day a few years back, it occurred to me that there might be a small flaw in sticking to that theory too much.  After all, who just stays home!?  Why not expose allergy sufferers to an even larger area and even more pollens?  We started blending our honey from our different bee yards around the area and our ALLERGY BLEND honey was born!

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