Thursday, 7 June 2012

Health Benefits of Bee Pollen

Health Benefits:

Bee Pollen is the world’s best-famous natural food.

Bee Pollen is a protein, a complete protein and is the only know food to contain all (22) amino acids, which includes all eight of the essential amino acids needed by the body that we do no produce ourselves in our system.

Bee Pollen contains vitamins A, B-1, B-2, B-3, B-5, B-6 and B-12 (this group of vitamins being more effective to us if taken all at once rather than isolated): also Vitamins C , D, H, K, E, Choline, Folic Acid, Panothenic Acid, Rutin.

Bee Pollen contains these major minerals such as Calcium, Phosphorus, Iron, Copper, Potassium, Magnesium, Silica, Sulphur, Sodium, Iodine, Chlorine, Baron, Titanium, Zinc and Molydebenum.
Micro Nutrients – (28) minerals are found in the body. Fourteen are essential vial elements present in such small amounts they are called trace elements  or „micro nutrients‟. Pollen contains all (28) minerals.
The overall benefits to taking Bee Pollen:
-- It increases the bodies resistance to stress and diseases and speeds up the healing process.
-- It also possesses age-retarding and rejuvenative properties.
-- Great energy booster
-- Appetite suppressant
-- Weight management ( weight loss & control)
-- Help relieves “seasonal allergies”
-- Lowers blood pressure
-- Asthma
-- Fatigue
-- Pre-menstrual & Menopause
-- Skin Conditions
-- Feeling of Well Being
-- Alertness
-- Sexual Desire and Performance
-- Athletic Endurance
Bee Pollen is the only know food which contains every essential nutrient needed by mankind for perfect health

Honey is nature‟s unrefined sweetener and is produced by the bees from the nectar of flowers.
Honey is mostly made up of (2) simples sugars, levulose and dextrose. It is (17%) water and contains traces of maltose, sucrose, vitamins, minerals and enzymes.
Honey is quickly absorbed into the bloodstream and is an instant source of energy. Types of Honey:
Liquid Honey: Is extracted from the comb and strained for clarity. All liquid honey will naturally granulate and many be used in that state or be reliquified by placing the container in warm water on stove until all crystals are gone.
Creamed Honey: Is produced by crystallizing liquid honey under controlled conditions:
Comb Honey: Is as it comes “ packaged by the bees” directly from the hive.

Beeswax is produced by “honeybees”  in their wax glands at a certain age of their life. It takes 8 lbs of honey to produce 1lb of beeswax. as one honeybee exudes was flakes, another collects them off her and after chewing the flake awhile to shape it , she construct their homes in their self-developed, highly efficient shape honeycomb, a shape that is the strongest with the most space and with the least amount of materials and is unsurpassed even by computer generated models.
Beeswax was used as one of the original forms of “light”. The light produced by beeswax is the full spectrum of light. Burning beeswax produces negative ions that circulate the room and attract pollutants, in much the same way as a magnet attracts iron filings.
Dust, odour, moulds, bacteria, viruses and other toxins are captured and then neutralized.

Burning paraffin candles, which are what every other candle that is not beeswax - produces toxic combustion by- products many of which are carcinogens. Parrifin is a petroleum waste product, leftover from the oil refining process. Paraffin produces no negative ions and therefore pollutes the air. The lead in candles is found in the wick for the purpose of making the wick stand up straight. People with respiratory problems should not use paraffin candles nor do those who do not want to develop such problems.


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