local?

by Meg
(Palo Alto, CA)

I am looking into bee pollen to help fight my seasonal allergies. Does it matter where your bee pollen comes from? Does it need to be local to help fight my allergies?


Angela's Response:

Great question. This used to be the rule of thought but studies are showing otherwise, that just using quality bee pollen will help with seasonal allergies.

I'd suggest reading the following page I've written that covers this topic.

http://www.bee-pollen-buzz.com/bee-pollen-and-allergies.html

Angela

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