Raw, Colorado Bee Pollen
Bee pollen is rich in proteins, free amino acids, and vitamins, including B-complex and folic acid.
Bee pollen may be added to foods in a variety of ways; to smoothies, warm or cold beverages (not boiling), yogurt, applesauce, energy bar recipes, sprinkled on salads, tacos, the possibilities go on.
When first trying bee pollen, start with 1 granule under the tongue, then move towards just a few granules at a time, increasing the amount weekly and gradually working up to 2-6 teaspoons daily.
Aloe barbandensis Certified Organic, Expeller Pressed Contains less than 1% of the following natural preservatives: sodium benzoate, citric acid, sodium sulfate & potassium sorbate
Latin Name: Maranta arundinacea Certified Organic Arrowroot is used as a natural thickening agent in cooking. It is also commonly used as a base for baby powders, body powders, and mineral makeups.
Latin Name: Sodium Bicarbonate Baking soda can be used in baking, toothpastes, gargles, baths, scrubs, body powders, deodorants, bath bombs or house cleaning products. It can also be used as an antacid to treat heartburn or indigestion due to its neutralizing...