Benefits: Contains vitamins, so can be beneficial as a tonic, and can be used to sooth inflammation in the joints. It’s also been traditionally used as a natural anti-stress or concentration aide.
Tasting Notes & Tips: Pollen grains have a marked floral taste, and whilst sweet, it’s not as pronounced as honey. Have a teaspoon as it is, or mix with fresh yogurt, sprinkle on top of porridge, or add it to warm milk. The pollen comes from a mix of flowers which the bees collect from the areas surrounding their beehives.
Allergen information: This product may cause severe allergic reactions in allergy sufferers.
Raw honey is not suitable during pregnancy or for children under 12 months old.
Benefits: A mix of tree and plant sap, bee saliva and bees wax, it’s highly antibacterial and anti-imflamatory. Take daily for inflammation and immune system support all year round. Can also be used to treat infections such as abscesses, cold sores, sore throats, etc.
How to use: 10-20 drops, twice a day. Either take as is, or dilute in water. Maximum dosage advised is 40 drops per day.
Allergen information: Allergic reactions to Propolis is rare, but it may cause severe allergic reactions in allergy sufferers.
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