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  • Product Type: Bee Pollen
  • Place of Origin: Selangor, Malaysia
  • Brand Name: Giant B
  • Model Number: GB-029-TBP
  • Packaging: Vacuum Pack
  • Certification: GMP, HACCP, ISO
  • Grade: Premium Grade
  • Shelf Life: 24 Months
  • Weight (kg): 1 kg
  • Additives: Nil
  • Max. Moisture (%): 8 %
  • Nectar Source: Multi Flower, Polyflower Flower
  • Protein (%): 15 %
  • Color: Yellow
  • Shape: Powder, Pollen / Powder
  • Product Name: Trigona Bee Pollen
  • Type: 100% Pure Bee Pollen
  • Feature: Sweet
  • Package Type: Vacuum Pack
  • Processing Type: 100% Pure Natural
  • Form: Pollen
  • Application: Health Care
  • Keyword: Natural Purity High Bee Pollen, Fresh Natural bee pollen

Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Details: 1 carton = 500gram x 20 packs
Delivery Detail: 30 days
Product Description

Stingless Bee Pollen benefits us in many ways especially for women beauty care and treating inflammation.  Stingless bees only produce honey, pollen, and Propolis. Larva of stingless bees and their queens are fed using pollen. Pollen is collected and foraged by stingless bee from flowers and tiny inflorescences. After collected it, a stingless bee will pack the pollen on their legs for bringing it back to their hive as food for the colony. A worker (female stingless bee) will take it off and mix it with honey and secretions released from their gland. After that, it will be stored in an egg-shaped pot made up of propolis. Pollen is stored and consumed by stingless bee themselves including their queens – in larger amount – as a protein source. Aside from protein, pollen is also rich in free amino acids, and vitamins, including B-complex, phenolic compounds, and folic acid.


STINGLESS BEE POLLEN BENEFITS
1. INCREASE STAMINA & ENDURANCE LEVEL
Vitamins and minerals contained in stingless bee pollen are rich in carbohydrates, protein and B vitamins which are a great source to provide us energy for our daily tasks and can help keep us going all day long.

2. TREAT INFLAMMATION
Stingless bee pollen is also high in anti-inflammatory properties which can help to treat inflammation such as ulcer.

3. CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM & BLOOD CIRCULATION SYSTEM
Stingless bee pollen also contains antioxidant properties, bioflavonoid and other minerals that can help us to strengthen our capillaries, blood vessels, generate new blood cells, circulatory problems and regulate our cholesterol levels.

4. A NATURAL SKIN CARE
Amino acids and vitamins found in pollen are important in generating new cells. Stingless bee pollen is also high in anti-aging properties that can help to slow down aging processes for women and prevent premature aging of the cells and stimulates the growth of new skin tissue. Stingless bee pollen helps to reduce wrinkles and make your skin smoother and healthier.


5. Weight management
Stingless bee pollen is also an excellent source for those who wants to maintain and control their weight. Stingless bee pollen has low calories and contains the amino acid that acts as an appetite suppressant and helps to detox and cleanse our body.

6. FERTILITY & MENOPAUSE TREATMENT
Stingless bee pollen plays an important role in stimulating and restoring ovarian function, to regulate menopause cycle and reduce the menopause effects. Stingless bee pollen can also help to accelerate pregnancy chances for those who have infertility problems.

7. TREAT ALLERGIES

Stingless bee pollen is also an effective natural bee product for treating allergies.

8. STRENGTHEN IMMUNE SYSTEM
Stingless bee pollen also contains a high level of antibiotics which helps to increase our body immunity from illnesses.

9. ENHANCE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM.
Stingless bee pollen contains enzymes that can aid our digestion system and to detoxicate unnecessary waste from our body.

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About Bee & Honey

Bee is an insect. Insect belong to the Class Insecta. They are usually small, and makes up the biggest number of the Phylum Arthropods. Insects have an adult stage characterized by three pairs of legs and a body segmented into three regions, the head, thorax and abdomen. They are usually have two pairs of wings. They have membranous wings, mostly with veins, some are social insects and some solitary, many have a modified egg-laying organ as sting. The bees are winged, hairy-bodied, usually stinging insects of the Superfamily Apoidea, including both solitary and social species and characterized by sucking nectar and pollen. A bumble bee is solitary while honey bees are social insect.

The Benefits of Honey

Honey has been popular for thousands of years due to its unique nutritional content. It contains glucose and fructose that are ready absorbed by the body, amino acids which include 8 essential ones, over 20 kinds of minerals, over 20 kinds of vitamins and enzymes.
Today, honey plays a vital role in healthy agriculture economy. It can be a good substitute for sugar in our daily consumption of drinks and food. On top of that, it is effective for treating many medical diseases.
Honey contains sugars like glucose and fructose and minerals like magnesium, potassium, calcium, sodium chlorine, sulphur, iron and phosphate. It provides us vitamins B1, B2, C, B6, B5 and B3. Moreover, honey contains copper, iodine, and zinc in small quantities. Several kinds of hormones are also present in it.

Wound Healing
Honey is a natural antiseptic which is effective to wounds healing by killing the bacteria on the wounds. Other than anti-bacterial,honey also draws body fluids and nutrients to the wound area that can accelerate the healing.


Low calorie and source of antioxidants

Honey serves as antioxidants which prevents from cancer and heart disease. It is also easily digested which can be used for chronic intestinal problems like constipation. Honey is rapidly diffused through the blood that makes the brain function better and enhances the blood circulation.

Health Benefits of Honey
Honey has potent antiseptic and antibacterial qualities, producing the following incredible results: - Research shows that honey improves chronic bronchitis, bronchial asthma, sinus problems, and allergies.
- Honey has been used to combat depression, fatigue, insomnia, nervous disorders, urine retention, cramps, headaches, and high blood pressure.

- Honey beautifies and soothes the skin, clears many skin disorders.
- Honey hastens the healing of wounds.
- Honey facilitates the digestion and assimilation of other foods.
- Honey has laxative, sedative, antitoxic, and antiseptic effects.
- Honey is effective in countering anemia.


Honey Consumption


Bee Product Warning: 

Bee products may cause an allergic reaction in some people and always test prior to usage or consumption, if irritation or swelling occurs, discontinue use immediately and contact your health care professionals.

Comsumption : Daily - 2-3 Times
Suggestion Volume : Day & Night
*Comsumption Recommendation Based On Types of Honey
1. Honey Pollen : 1/2 Tea Spoon
2. Others Honey : 2 Tea Spoon
3. Honey Propolis / Propolis Drop : 3-5 drop
4. Royal Honey: 1/2 Tea Spoon


Honey Keeping

Honey not to be refrigerated and its normal for honey become darker according to weather condition.

FAQ

1. Why Does Honey Crystalize?
Crystallization does’t means changes the quality of honey. Hоnеу іѕ а hіghlу соnсеntrаtеd ѕugаr (саrbоhуdrаtе) ѕоlutіоn. It соntаіnѕ mоrе thаn 70% саrbоhуdrаtеѕ аnd lеѕѕ thаn 20% wаtеr. Crystallization is an nаturаl рhеnоmеnоn whісh оссurѕ whеn gluсоѕе ѕераrаtеѕ frоm wаtеr. It is good to know that crystallization is an attribute of pure natural honey.

2. How Do I Store Honey?
Honey should be stored in a dry place, as it absorbs moisture. Honey with high moisture content can turn bad and ferment.All pure honey will granulate (become solid) naturally. Honeys from different flowers have different granulation speeds, but in general the lighter honeys granulate faster. Store honey at room temperature. Refrigeration will hasten granulation.

3. Can I Feed Honey To My Baby?
Honey should not be fed to infants under 2 years of age, as their bodies’ immune systems have not yet fully developed. Honey may contain some spores called clostridium botulinum. The spores do not thrive in the intestines of adults and older children. However, in the young stomachs of infants, the spores can possibly cause a form of food poisoning known as infant botulism. For older children and adults, honey is a safe and wholesome food.

4. What is the difference between light colored honey and dark honey?
The specific flavor of each honey depends on the particular nectar the bees gather. When bees collect nectar from large growths of one certain blossom, the honey is labeled "single-flower" honey; examples are clover, lavender, sunflower and star thistle. Sometimes bees gather nectar from a variety of sources, making multi-floral honey called "wildflower". Flavors range from light and fruity to tangy and rich. As a general rule, light-colored honey is mild in flavor, while dark honey is more assertive. Clover, acacia, basswood and orange blossom are some of the lighter varieties; they make wonderful sweeteners for cereal, tea, fruit salads and salad dressings. In the middle range, you find star thistle, Florida tupelo, sage, alfalfa and honeys from berry blossoms, which add a stronger flavor. Dark honey, such as buckwheat, is used like brown sugar or molasses; it works well on oatmeal and in pancakes and whole-grain breads. Flavored honeys are those to which flavoring agents, such as fruit or herb essences, have been added.

5. At what temperature do the nutrients in the honey get destroyed?
Do not over-heat honey if you want to get the most nutritional content from it! Temperatures above 50 Celcius destroy the natural enzymes in the honey.

6. What reasons are there for not using a metal spoon for honey?
Common reasons are acidity, affecting honey's enzymes and releasing of ions.

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