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Raw Wild Harvested Premium Canadian Bee Pollen - from Northern Alberta (16 oz)

Our Price: USD $29.99

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Product Code: UPA-0018

Raw Wild Harvested Premium Canadian Bee Pollen - from Northern Alberta (16 oz)

Unlike some other bee pollens on the market that are cut with cheaper bee pollen from overseas, our high quality premium bee pollen is 100% Canadian from the remote regions of northern Alberta.

This is one of nature's most nutritious super whole foods and contains high quality protein and amino acids. It contains 16 vitamins, 5 carotenoids, 5 phytosterols, 4 bioflavonoids, 13 minerals, 12 amino acids, 3 EFA's, 8 enzymes & other beneficial components. Our tasty pollen originates from Northern Alberta, Canada. The bees walk over a screen which causes some of the pollen to fall off their legs. Plenty of pollen gets through to support the hive. Bee Pollen is not a bee product like honey which is formed with saliva, pollen adheres to their legs until they return to the hive where it is collected. This pollen is sifted and dried (dehumidified at low temperatures, below 105 F, to remove moisture which assures nutritional stability) and does not require refrigeration, keeps incredibly well up to 24 months. You may also freeze it to extend the shelf like even longer. Product of Canada

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Pleasantly surprised.... March 19, 2017
Reviewer: Karen V Brown from Saint John, NB Canada  
I was hesitant to try this but hey, I've worked, visited and lived in many other countries so trying new things that are good for me, quite common.....so I tried it and found that it was very  pleasant.  It's a mild sweetness and I have a tsp or so right from the package or I put it in smoothies and in the sauces I make, it works well in many different things.  Love how it's packed with nutrient goodness.  Thank you for supplying this....I hope you always have this, too.

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