Bee pollen causing throat issue?

For almost two weeks after starting bee pollen granules and taking it granule increasing one day at a time I continue having something on my throat. Will those symptoms disappear and for how long I am going to have them before they are gone completely.

Angela's comments:

This sounds very much to me like an allergic reaction. It sounds like the pollen is causing some inflammation in your throat. I would recommend discontinuing the bee pollen to see if this stops. If it does, you can wait a week or two and then try again. If this reoccurs, you may have to stay away from bee pollen.

Bee healthy,
Angela

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