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Organic Bee Pollen

Organic Bee Pollen

If you didn’t want to save the bees before, you sure will now! Bee pollen is not only great for the bees themselves, but it also boasts impressive health benefits for humans and our canine friends.

Bee pollen has one of the most complete nutrient profiles in the world which is why this nutrient-dense supplement is a must have in your dog’s diet!

Packed with vitamins, minerals, proteins and fats, bee pollen is made up of 35% protein and 50% carbohydrates. It’s high in phosphorus, chromium, selenium, cobalt, niacin, potassium, zinc, iron, folic acid, and so much more!

  • So what actually Is bee pollen?

    Worker bees gather pollen which they then mix with nectar and their salvia. This mixture sticks to the bee’s back legs which they then carry to their hive to feed the colony.

  • Why does my dog need bee pollen?

    Where do we start?! From antioxidants, to vitamins, minerals, proteins and live enzymes - Bee pollen has a huge portfolio of health benefits for our furry friends! Due to its incredibly dense nutrient profile, bee pollen can support your pet’s energy needs, digestion, muscle strength, and immune health.

  • Bee Pollen and Allergies

    One of the main health benefits of bee pollen is that for dogs with allergies. Allergies are not to be confused with sensittivites or intolerances - when a dog has an allergy, their immune system reactts, whereas with an intolerance, the digestive system is effected.

    Bee pollen contains Quertin, which is a natural antihistamine. This acts as allergy protection, and when consumed regularly can help to reduce allergy symptoms and allergic reactions in dogs.

  • Directions for use:

    For the best results, simply sprinkle enough pollen according to your dogs weight.

    1tsp > 10kg

    2tsp 10-20kg

    3tsp 20kg+

    *** When using bee pollen for the first time we recommend introducing the pollen slowly. Increase intake slowly until your dog is on the required dose. ***

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