Scientifically Established Miracles of Bee Pollen

Medical Miracles of Bee Pollen from Gary Null's website

A doctor wrote about a five year old child: "This is a severely developmentally delayed floppy child whose differential includes a structural abnormality in the brain or a genetic abnormality, some of which may be diagnosed by chromosome analysis or genetic screen."
Parent's tried every possible approach with no improvement. The Easter Seals Rehab Center listed the child as "(1) Severe receptive and expressive speech/language delay; (2) Immature neuromotor functioning; (3) Delay in development of play/cognitive skills; (4) Questionable hearing acuity/perception; (5) Severe delays in all areas of development; (6) Severe hypotonia."
Her mother began to give Bee-Young tablets, and slow progress began: lost rag-doll floppiness, clung to mother when held. Later noted that her eyes fixed on colorful objects with interest; able to scoot body forward while sitting on couch; rolled over for the first time; reached with operational arm for articles; skin color better; able to drink from cup. Improvement continued onward: Colleen is alert and interested in things around her - this fact alone is "medically impossible"- and is beginning to speak- she smiles and laughs, loves hugs and kisses. For more from Gary Null and this article please click here

How to Use Bee Pollen

Each golden granule is densely packed with live enzymes, just about every nutrient that has a name, and some elements that science has not yet identified or labeled. Your digestive system may not be accustomed to such intensely rich food. If you are a beginner, introduce bee pollen into your diet slowly, a granule or two at a time. Don't cook with the granules or add powdered granules to anything that requires heat. Heat destroys the live enzymes and reduces the nutrient value. Otherwise, the sky's the limit.

You can: Powder an ounce or two of granules and add cinnamon to taste. Cinnamon adds a delightful spiciness and aroma to the sweetness of pollen Stir powdered granules into vegetable juices, or even into water sweetened with raw honey. Whirl the powder into salad dressings. Sprinkle whole or powdered granules on toast topped with peanut butter.

Before taking a full dose of pollen it is very important to test for a possible extreme allergic reaction by ingesting just one pellet. Then gradually build up over a week or so to the correct dose.
The optimal dose of pollen varies with individual needs. For allergy prevention all that is required is about one teaspoon per day. You should gradually increase your dose to one tablespoon. It will give about five grams of protein which is a good addtion if you already have some proteins in your meal, such as a legume dish.
Since your pollen is really a type of food and there are some fats in it. It is important to keep it refrigerated.

Bee Pollen for your Pets

Bee pollen was fed to hundreds of animals over a period of two years by scientist-researcher Dr. Remy Chauvin of the Institute for Bee Culture in Bures-sur-Yvette, France. Reporting to the French Academy of Medicine in 1956, Chauvin said, there were no side effects in the test animals. Furthermore, the use of bee pollen gave the animals increased vitality and improved "powers of reproduction" because of boosted fertility.

Beware of imported bee pollen: Virtually all of the major U.S. manufacturers of Bee Pollen have switched from selling domestic U.S. Bee Pollen to inexpensive imported pollen from China and Spain. These pollen are often heat processed and dehydrated to facilitate easy storage and increased shelf life. Unfortunately, heat destroys the bioactivity of nutrients and enzymes which are an important component of Bee Pollen. Granules of fresh bee pollen are semi-moist. When you buy Bee Pollen it is important to refrigerate the product.

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