The nutritional and therapeutic properties of pollen result from a very rich chemical composition, more than 250 different chemical compounds have been identified in it. These are: carbohydrates, fats, proteins, minerals, vitamins, rutin, essential oils, phyton-cides, antibiotics-inhibitors, hormones, enzymes, organic acids, and growth stimulants. In bee pollen the following vitamins have been identified: A, B1, B2, B3, E, C, B6, PP, P, d, H, B12, folic acid, inositol, biotin, pantothenic acid, quercitin.
Properties of pollen: nourishing, strengthens the appetite, strengthens the body, acts antianemically, detoxifies, shields the liver tissue, increases the body's resistance, reduces nervousness, anti-allergic, anti-atherosclerotic
Using pollen as a supplement to basic nutrition, we give it every day at a dose of 10 to 20 g. At least monthly treatments are recommended, starting from a few grams, reaching 30-35 g per day. In long-term chronic treatment, usually summer and autumnal spring, do not exceed the dose of 20g per day. The preventive dose for adults with prolonged use is 15-20 g per day, and the therapeutic dose is 30 g. Preventive dose for children up to 7 years - 5 g.
interval should be 2-3 months.