Medicinal Uses


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Saw Palmetto Berries
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Medicinal properties and applications: Diuretic, sperm stimulant, breast enlarger, expectorant, to relieve urinary symptoms, help combat urinary problems related to enlarged prostate, anti-allergenic & anti-inflammatory.

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Lemon Peel
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Lemon peel has nutritional value. The peel is chalked full of vitamin C and other citrus bioflavanoids that aid circulation and the human immune system. It can enhance the taste of any herbal infusion.


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Bee Pollen Benefits Uses

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               Bee Pollen is actually valuable for human health. Aside from being the principal protein food for bees, it's actually a unique gold-mine of nutritional value for people. Today people are going green across the planet. People are constantly looking for new natural sources for essential minerals, elements and vitamins. Today it's one of the many new super foods on the market. Bee pollen also contains many flavonoids. These "flavonoids" are valuable to the health of individuals as well as the myrichetin, quercetin, rutin, and trans-cinnamic acid that it contains.


Myrecetin is a naturally occurring chemical, or compound which benefits white blood cells on their mission to soak up the "bad" LDL cholesterol out of the bloodstream. This is a truly remarkable discovery. The science behind these remarkable natural compounds is ever growing. Today, more studies than ever before are being conducted on the actions and benefits of many natural remedies and medicines. It's called phytochemistry, and these phytochemicals are what aids our biology in its ability to function properly, and reside free of illness.


These miraculous wonders of nature are found again and again in different plant species. In other words, the same compounds are found in different natural sources again and again. Another one of the "miraculous wonders of nature" that I've been speaking of is known as Quercetin. It's considered a natural antihistamine. Bee pollen also has an impressive quercetin content.

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It's ethically harvested from Oregon-State.

Culinary Uses:


                 Bee pollen works well with any dish that uses cinnamon, sweet potatoes, pumpkins, honey, pies, or custards. It's all about mixing the appropriate flavors together to bring out the best flavor. The pollen also works great in ice-goods like home-made pop-sickles or with ice-cream. It also goes well with vanilla extracts, tea's, in baked goods, or as a supplement form in capsules. This makes it a great addition to any food as it can add to its health benefits.


The Microscopic's of Holistic Health

                 It's well known that there are many natural remedies out there that contain substances that can have many uses as medicine, or for insight in creating medicine. What I'm saying is simple. If you conduct the research you will discover that many plants contain reoccurring compounds that have been studied for long periods of time now to discover the science behind their benefits. It's no secret anymore that they are more than just weeds, poisonous, or food. Nature holds the keys to further insight into human health, and medicine. In other words they have pharmacological value. Our divorce from nature surely results in biological deficiency and illness.


This information on this page regarding Bee Pollen is readily available in books found at your local library and scholarly journals published on the internet. These statements are more than just "hear say" found on the internet. They are well documented and researched facts. None the less, our society should continue to embrace these area's of research because they can greatly benefit human kind in many ways.


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References & Resources:

Bee pollen. (2017, August 28). In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 02:53, November 14, 2017, from https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Bee_pollen&oldid=797606038

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