Nature's complete food
Chemical analyses from research laboratories all over the world show pollen provides all the nutrients humans need for life support. In clinical tests around the world pollen has been established as a complete food. A complete food has been defined as a foodstuff that provides all the nutrients necessary for life and health.
Bee gathered pollens are rich in proteins, free amino acids, vitamins, including B-complex and folic acid. In addition they contain variable quantities of an anti-biotic, which is potent against E-coli and Proteus. Bee pollen acts favourably in the intestines, on the hemoglobin level of the blood and the renewal of strength in convalescents and the aged.
It has been recorded that “Bee Pollen may correct the failings due to deficient or unbalanced nutrition common in customs of our present day civilization of consuming incomplete foods often with added chemical ingredients, which expose us to physiological problems as various as they are numerous.”