Oregon Wildflower Bee Pollen
Our Oregon Wildflower Bee Pollen is frozen immediately after harvest to preserve freshness. Fresh-frozen bee pollen is one of the most unique products of the hive, and a special treat from the bees. You will find a multitude of yellow and orange pollens from the Oregon flora. As the season changes you may find a variety of other pollen colors including greys, whites, purples, blues, reds, lavenders, and greens. We don’t focus on any specific pollen source, but rather, let the bees forage on all of the plants available to the bees. Bee pollen can be taken by itself or with many other food combinations. Mix pollen with raw honey, yogurt, blended in a smoothie, as a topping on a salad, or any other way you choose.
NOTE – If you are severely allergic to pollens, bee stings, or are unsure of your allergies, contact your physician for their opinion before consuming bee pollen. Do not feed pollen to infants under 1 year of age.
KEEP FROZEN – Store your bee pollen in the freezer once it arrives to preserve freshness. You may consume bee pollen directly from the freezer without letting it thaw first. We ship our bee pollen with ice packs to help keep the pollen cool during transport. Please note that the pollen may not arrive frozen, but can be refrozen upon arrival. Frozen pollen is shipped with no guarantee, no warranty, and at your own risk.