When bees collect nectar for honey, they coat their legs with pollen. The pollen is collected when they pass through a screen while returning to the hive. The screen gently scrapes the pollen off their legs where it drops into a tray for collection.
Although bee pollen has been used in certain cultures for thousands of years, its popularity has become more widespread in recent years due to its potential health benefits. It is rich in vitamins, minerals, trace elements, enzymes, and amino acids. Bee Pollen benefits include reducing Inflammation, boosts immune system, protects against liver toxicity, and acts as an antioxidant.