Have you ever heard of a post menopausal woman developing estrogen like side effects from bee pollen? Can older women take it?

by Shelley
(Saugerties, NY)

Have you ever heard of a post menopausal woman developing estrogen like side effects from bee pollen? Can older women take it?


Angela's Comments:

I have not heard of this happening before. There is nothing in bee pollen that I am aware of that would cause estrogen like side effects but I certainly haven't seen and heard it all so I would say anything is possible but highly unlikely. So yes, I would say that older women are perfectly fine to take bee pollen. In fact, we have many, many menopausal women enjoying our bee pollen safely at this time.

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