Bee Pollen to the Rescue
By Corine Gatti
It takes one bee to work roughly eight hours a day for an entire month to produce less than a tablespoon of pollen and contains about two million particles of flower pollen pellets, according to Mercola.com. All this work for one tiny bee, packs a big punch! Used in Chinese medicine for centuries, bee pollen reduces food cravings and prevents infections like the flu or cold. It’s also used for energy, longevity and building new blood cells. Here are five ways bee pollen is beneficial.