Bee Pollen and molds

by Minnie
(Sequim , WA)

Is it OK to take Bee Pollen if a person has a mold infection? I may have a mold infection (waiting for test results) and have used Bee Pollen, only for a few days, was wondering if I should continue using or stop.

Likely yes, you can continue. How do you feel now that you are taking the bee pollen? If you feel off or bad, this could be a sign that you should not be taking bee pollen until you detoxify the mold.


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