Bee pollen refers to the pollen group brought back by the bee when collecting honey, and the pollen formed after storage and fermentation in the hive. Bee pollen is a male germ cell in the stamen of a flower plant. It not only carries the genetic information of life, but also contains all the nutrients necessary for nurturing a new life. It is the root of the plant and the source of heat.
When honeybees collect honey, they collect pollen to form pollen clusters. After entering the hive, the pollen clusters will be stored. The main therapeutic ingredients are: protein, amino acid, vitamin, bee pollen, trace elements, active enzymes, flavonoids, lipids, nucleic acids, brassinolides, phytic acid, and the like. The amino acid content and ratio are the closest amino acid patterns recommended by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), which are extremely rare in natural foods. Bee pollen is a concentrate of nutritious and medicinal properties containing protein, carbohydrates, minerals, vitamins and other active substances. Bee pollen is an excellent natural nutritious food, and it is also an ideal tonic and has a certain medical effect.