We are Online Market of organic fruits, vegetables, juices and dried fruits. Visit site for a complete list of exclusive we are stocking.

Usefull links

Contact us

My Cart
0.00
My Cart
0.00
Sale

Super Saver Organic Bee Pollen Granules Coconut 125 gms + Organic Lychee Honey

679.00999.00

Clear
SKU N/A
Categories , ,

Description

Societe Naturelle’s Bee pollen coconut 125gm with your choice of Lychee Honey either 500gm or 1000gm

Additional information

Weight 900 g
Quantity

500 gm, 1000 gm

Reviews

There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “Super Saver Organic Bee Pollen Granules Coconut 125 gms + Organic Lychee Honey”

You may also like…

Sale

Organic Bee Pollen Coconut Granules 125 gms

349.00 299.00

Honeybee pollen and raw honey are the only food on earth containing all 22 nutrients needed by mankind for complete and perfect health.

Daily use of pollen also ensures an intake of the more obscure, yet essential trace minerals that may be lacking from commercially grown produce and are often not included in vitamin mineral supplements. Most of us are unaware that the nutrients supplied by cooked fruits, vegetables and meats are not considered fresh because their enzymes have been exposed to high heat. Even taking a multivitamin can’t offer the superior nutrient array of raw and fresh food.
It is collected when the bees land on the petals of the flowers to gather their nectar and bring it to the beehive in the small cavities located at the back part of their legs. The bees combine the daily harvested pollen with the nDaily use of pollen also ensures an intake of the more obscure, yet essential trace minerals that may be lacking from commercially grown produce and are often not included in vitamin mineral supplements. Most of us are unaware that the nutrients supplied by cooked fruits, vegetables and meats are not considered fresh because their enzymes have been exposed to high heat. Even taking a multivitamin can’t offer the superior nutrient array of raw and fresh food.

It is collected when the bees land on the petals of the flowers to gather their nectar and bring it to the beehive in the small cavities located at the back part of their legs. The bees combine the daily harvested pollen with the nectar to form granules that they use for feeding.