Mostly due to their brain shape, walnuts symbolise fecundity (the intellectual productivity of a creative imagination) and fruitfulness and are a potent symbol of masculinity. Their edible seeds are considered a high density source of nutrients; containing high quality protein, lots of vitamins (especially E) and minerals as well as dietary fibres and fatty acids. According to scientists, walnuts contain the highest level of antioxidants, compared to other nuts (peanuts, almonds, pecans and pistachios). In order to get the full effectiveness of the antioxidants as roasting them reduces the quality of antioxidants.

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A bee must visit 1,500 flowers to fill her pollen baskets. This gives some kind of indication of how much energy can be supplied by pollen! Pollen is used by the bees as a high-protein food, that they eat in addition to honey.

Bee pollen provides an incredibly complex supply of raw, unprocessed nutrients. Full of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, amino acids (protein) and enzymes including iron, protein, Vitamin B1, B2 and B3. It is a power house of living energy.

Hippocrates, that famous Greek physician, used bee pollen for its healing properties over 2,500 years ago.

This superfood will truly benefit your health in many ways. Bee pollen contains high levels of zinc, which is a natural libido booster! It gives more energy, increases endurance, relieves stress, reduces allergies and enhances your immunity. What more can you ask for?

Great sprinkled on cereal, porridge, yogurt and salads or added in milk, smoothies or juice. We advise 1-2 teaspoons as a daily recommendation. Try our Greek bee pollen for a week and see if you feel any difference…