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May 05, 2015
Already have pollen allergy
by: Anonymous

Hi,

I recently started taking bee pollen both in granular and infused honey form. I take maybe around max 8 granules and a teaspoon of the infused honey. I also take pseudoephedrine along side all this. I'm being told that doing so will help alleviate my pollen allergy(which has escalated since last season, I'm having to go outside with a face mask, unless I want to break out in consistent and rather messy sneezes). It's been 2 days, since I started and so far I've had one pesky sneeze during the day, but other than that my allergies are seemingly gone. However on the second night, I'm experiencing a bit of breath shortness, my throat itches, I have a runny nose,constant coughing, eye watering, and a bit of sneezing. I decided to do some research and I saw that people with pollen allergies will end up with shortness of breath and the symptoms will get worse with prolonged use, and your site lists majority of my symptoms such as runny nose, itchy throat, and eye watering as transitory symptoms. However I'm concerned after reading some experiences of fellow pollen "allergees" that these symptoms may get worse. Would it be best to stop bee pollen all together or cut out the honey or the medication?

Angela's comments:

I would suggest you first stop both the pollen and honey and see if your symptoms stop. If they do, you know that the bee products are making things worse. If this is the case, start again but with only one granule. Increase your dose by one granule per day as long as you don't have symptoms. If you experience symptoms, revert back to the preceding days dose.

Angela

Nov 27, 2012
Odd recurance
by: Kat

okay about 6 years a friend gave me a jar of bee pollen. Can't remember what for but I started to take it, 1 teaspoon first day. After the second days dose I started to feel a bit hot in the head and itchy. When I woke the next morning my neck, and torso where completely covered in red hives and did have a bit on my upper arms and legs. Now I seem to go through a spell every year same time no hives but very itchy still on my torso to the point it hurts. Any ideas why it keeps recurring and what might help? Thanks

Hi Kat,
When you say that you go through a spell every year, is this while taking bee pollen?

Bee healthy,
Angela

Sep 08, 2012
reach your tollerance level?
by: Anonymous

how do know when you have reached your tolerance level?

Angela's comments:

Generally speaking, your body will tell you. Common signs would include lose bowels, stomach/gut distress, allergy type symptoms such as an itchy throat, runny nose, watery eyes.


Bee healthy,
Angela

Aug 06, 2012
THank you
by: Anonymous

THank you, I will try to do this.
Jane

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