Bee pollen…….. and why your dog needs it!

We have all taken natural and holistic supplements at some time in our life, why not give them to your dog. No other natural product on earth can compete with bee pollen in the level of nutritional value containing over 25 minerals and all 10 amino acids needed for a dog not to mention containing a natural antihistamine making it a must have in your dogs diet.

 

Do you have an itchy dog always licking their paws? When a dog has an allergy, their immune system reacts, whereas with an intolerance the digestive system is effected. Bee pollen contains Quercetin, a natural antihistamine. When taken regularly, it can desensitise your dog to certain allergens helping to reduce allergy symptoms and reactions.


This product doesn’t just treat allergies, there are so many more benefits of why you should add pollen to your dogs diet.

 

What is bee pollen?

Bee Pollen is gathered by worker bees and mixed with nectar and bee saliva.  The bees then pack this into a granule that adheres to their back legs, and carry it to the hive. Beekeepers use pollen traps at the hive entrance to collect the pollen. The pollen is then dried keeping the granules in their purest form.

 

Why does my dog need bee pollen?

Here’s several reasons why you should be adding bee pollen to your dogs daily diet.

 

🐝  It’s hepatoprotective – It protects and promotes a healthy liver, and assists in the healing process for a compromised liver. 

🐝  It improves muscle mass.

🐝  It boosts metabolism.

🐝  Allergy protection – Bee pollen contains Quercetin, a natural antihistamine. When taken          regularly, it can help reduce allergy symptoms and allergic reactions.

🐝  It’s anti-microbial, anti-fungal and anti-viral.

🐝  Improves blood flow to the nervous system helping to relieve stress and anxiety.

🐝  It contains trans-cinnamic acid, which is a natural antibiotic.
 
🐝  It’s alkaline – Bee pollen balances the overall pH in the body promoting a healthy urinary tract.
 
🐝  It contains the plant pigment rutin, which offers cardiovascular support. This helps strengthens blood vessels and capillaries.

  

🐝  Gram for gram, it contains more amino acids than beef, fish or eggs.

  

🐝  As part of a daily diet, bee pollen can improve moisture in the skin which in turn can speed healing of wounds.

  

🐝  It supports and can improve digestion via anti-microbial properties that rid the GI tract of invading pathogens.

 
Now you know all about bee pollen and why it’s so good for your dog, try some today.