Persian Bee Pollen

Discover the power of bee pollen, a remarkable “superfood” recognized as medicine by the German Federal Council of Health. Sourced from Iran’s unique plant cover, this natural blend boasts a rich composition of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and essential amino acids. Bee pollen’s sweet, floral taste makes it a versatile addition to cereals, yogurt, salads, and smoothies. Additionally, it is available as a supplement in health food stores. Known to treat various health issues, from alcoholism to PMS, it’s also used in energy tonics. Experience the exceptional benefits of bee pollen today!



Bee pollen is an excellent “superfood” collected from different plants by bees. Its properties have led the German Federal Council of Health to recognize this natural mixture as medicine officially.

Bees create bee pollen by combining their secretions, honey, enzymes, wax, and pollen from flowers. The types of plants that bees harvest and other ingredients determine the composition of this fantastic product. Iranian bee pollen has exceptional characteristics because of its unique plant cover.

This superfood contains almost all of the human body’s nutrients, such as vitamins, minerals, carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, phosphorus, magnesium, potassium, manganese, silicon, copper, iron, zinc, sodium, calcium, enzymes, all essential amino acids, and various antioxidant substances.

It comes in tiny granules ranging in color from yellowish-orange to brown or black. The pollen tastes sweet and floral, and the taste varies depending on what plants the bees gather.

Bee pollen can enrich various foods, such as cereals, yogurt, salads, smoothies, and similar drinks. Additionally, it is available as a supplement, and you can find it in many health food stores. It may also be found in natural dietary supplements and lotions for diaper rash or eczema in babies.

Alcoholism, asthma, allergies, premenstrual syndrome (PMS), an enlarged prostate, and stomach issues are some health problems that this superfood can treat. Bee pollen is also an essential ingredient for making energy tonics.

Most people can safely consume it, but if you have pollen allergies, it may disappoint you. In some cases, it (like ragweed or other plants) can cause severe allergic reactions, including hives, swelling, and anaphylaxis. Children and pregnant women should not consume this product. Breastfeeding women should also avoid it. Taking bee pollen with certain blood thinners, such as warfarin, may increase bleeding.