Flushing or night sweats?

by Gloria Reed
(Colorado Springs, Colorado)

Can bee pollen cause flushing or night sweats?


Hi Gloria,
It certainly is possible that bee pollen is causing this. Everyone responds a little differently to bee pollen so it could be that the pollen is doing this. Have you just started taking bee pollen? Did the flushing and sweats start soon after beginning consumption of the bee pollen?

Have you tried stopping your intake of pollen to see if your symptoms go away?

Angela

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