Benefits for Your health
- accelerates recovery in training
- enhance the immune system
- delicious honey taste
- to smoothies and oatmeals
- to eat as itself
- for hormonal balance
- for sportsmen
Bee bread, also known as ambrosi or perga, is product made by bees, which serves as an essential component of food for their offspring. There is a complex process that begins at the plant itself, where hardworking bee is collecting the pollen, which is the basic raw material for the bee bread. Pollen is a source of vegetable protein complex also contains simple sugars, small amounts of fat, many vitamins, minerals and especially the active enzymes.
What is the difference with the pollen itself?
The pollen grain in its original state is very strong and for the body unusable. But this changes when fermentation occurs. Everything happens in sealed honeycombs with small amount of honey. It is thus predominantly a mixture of two major compounds in an approximate ratio of 25% honey and 75% of the pollen. Bees are temping the pollen grain together with enzymes, probiotic bacterias and yeasts, which later assist disruption of pollen grain. Stuffed grains in honeycombs are sealed with honey and wax, which is displaced all the air and due to the heat in the hive slow fermentation begins. This process is literally the alchemical reaction and results are easily absorbable nutrients. It is interesting that this fermented pollen is its properties stable for several years.
With this processing is, compared with bee pollen, usability substances of bee bread 4x larger. And there is one more advantage compared to pollen or honey, and that in most cases does not cause allergic reactions.
Bee bread is its uniqueness one of the oldest food supplements in the world that has consumed the ancient Egyptians and Chinese.
Where it comes from?
Our naturally picked bee bread comes straight from the hives of untouched region of Altai in Siberia. This area of its cleanliness ensures a pure, high-potential composition. Bees always collected only relevant quantities to be self sufficient for their food. Bees are given no chemical drugs.
- source of vitamins and enzymes
- strengthens the body and immunity
- beneficial effects on hormonal activity, also used during menopause
- promotes vitality and energy
- favorable for the activity of the digestive system
- positive effect on
- positive effect on mental state
Recommended dosage: 1-2 teaspoons per day (about 5 -10 g)
Ingredients: fermented bee pollen, honey
in 100 g
in 10 g
1560 kJ / 373 kcal
156 kJ/ 37,3 kcal
Caution: We recommend allergy test before using, so that you apply a small amount of pollen with honey on your wrist into an area where you can feel the pulse. If after 3-5 hrs appears red spot, then you are most likely allergic to bee products and do not take bee pollen.
Keep out of reach of children. Store in a cool, dark and dry place. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. There is no substitute for a varied diet. Not for children under 3 years of age, pregnant and nursing women.
|Country of Origin:||Siberia|
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