Bee pollen has an impressive nutritional profile. It contains over 250 biologically active substances, the main ones being proteins and amino acids, carbohydrates and sugars, lipids and free fatty acids, as well as vitamins and trace elements. The exact pollen content of these nutrients varies as mentioned above depending on the characteristics of the flora it came from.

The recommended daily dose is from one teaspoon to one teaspoon once a day for no more than one to two months. You can use it directly in your mouth, dissolved in juice or milk or even in your yogurt or salad combined with a little juice to make it taste more pleasant.