Bee Pollen

Sale price$ 24.99
Bee Pollen
Bee Pollen
Bee Pollen
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Bee Pollen

Sale price$ 24.99

Meet nature’s multivitamin. Bee pollen delivers protein and B vitamins to nourish your body and support your busy schedule.

150g (5.2 oz)

Bee Pollen

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Start small with half a teaspoon and work your way up to 1-2 teaspoons per day for energy to power your workouts, to-do list, and more.

Raw, sustainably sourced wildflower bee pollen. 

Caution: Not for individuals with asthma or allergies to pollen or bee products. Consult a health care practitioner prior to use if you are pregnant or breastfeeding or for use with children.

How do I use the Bee Pollen?

The recommended daily dose of bee pollen is 1 teaspoon. You may want to start with 1/2 a teaspoon and work your way up to 1 tsp per day over time. If there are any seasonal allergies or allergies to pollen present, please consult your healthcare practitioner prior to trying the product. We love bee pollen sprinkled over yogurt, oatmeal, or avocado toast, or blended into a smoothie.

What is the age minimum?

For kids under 12 and over the age of 2, we suggest using our Bee Pollen by starting with a few granules and monitoring for tolerance. Based on your child's response, you can gradually increase dosage daily to the full dose of 1 tsp per day. That said, we always recommend consulting with a healthcare professional before use of a new product.

What are the dark granules?

Bee pollen will often have darker granules during certain seasons. When bees forage, they collect pollen from hundreds (if not thousands) of flowers daily. The color of the pollen varies depending on the type of flowers the bee is visiting and what’s in bloom at the time. Certain batches of our bee pollen contain darker, purple pollen granules, which often come from Purple Viper’s-bugloss flowers, or Rockrose, Mustard, and Common Heather plants.

How do I store it?

Our Bee Pollen is an entirely natural product that can be stored at room temperature for up to 3 years or to the expiration date provided on each jar. Some customers prefer storing our bee pollen in their fridge or freezer, which can help the granules maintain their crunchy texture.


  • Nature’s multivitamin delivers B vitamins, minerals, free-forming amino acids, clean protein, and antioxidants 
  • Supports energy levels and whole body health 
  • Nutrient-dense to support many cellular functions

Use for

Daily Boost Of Vitamins, Minerals, And Many Other Nutrients

A Boost Of Natural Energy

Post-Workout Recovery

Build a Routine: Sprinkle a spoonful of Bee Pollen and Superfood Honey into your smoothie or on top of avocado toast before you hit the gym for a clean, nourishing pre-workout boost of energy.


Propolis is the defender of the hive. Bees use it to line the walls and keep germs out. We use it to support our immune systems, soothe scratchy throats, combat free radical damage in the body, and feed the good bacteria in our gut.

Vitamins B, C & D



Polyphenols & Flavonoids


Certified keto, certified paleo, gluten-free, and natural. Always free of artificial colors & preservatives, fillers, alcohol, gluten, GMOs, and refined sugars.

Bee Pollen

Bee pollen delivers B vitamins, minerals, free-forming amino acids, and antioxidants. Sprinkle it on anything to nourish your body and support your busy schedule.


We love to talk about sourcing. All of our products come from remote apiaries located far from harmful chemicals, including locations in Canada, Europe, and South America. We work with our apiary partners to ensure that our bee products are sustainably-sourced and of the highest quality. We always put the health of the bees first.

Every third bite of food you eat comes from the bees. Without them, we’d lose apples, almonds, cucumbers, blueberries, broccoli, cauliflower, and more if the bees disappear. And that’s just one of the many consequences of losing our buzzing yellow friends.

There is rarely a correlation between allergies to bee stings (bee venom) and bee products. However, we always recommend consulting with a health professional in situations like this. Your safety is our number-one priority.

Our products are not certified organic, but we do third-party test all of our formulas for pesticides and heavy metals to ensure that we only bottle the very best ingredients.

Because bees fly and forage from areas far outside the certified organic radius, this certification doesn't have the same importance when you’re buying bee products as it does when you’re buying produce. What’s more, most small, sustainable beekeepers can't afford the certification process. The larger, commercial beekeepers who can pay for the certification don’t always practice sustainable beekeeping or treat their bees like family (as we do). Consider that food for thought next time you’re buying honey or clean medicines made with honey.

We have many parents in our community who love our products and find them beneficial throughout their motherhood journey. That said, everyone is different and as with most supplements, we recommend consulting your healthcare professional before taking any of our products during pregnancy or when breastfeeding.