Bee pollen and stained teeth?

by Steve

i ordered and received the bee pollen. Thank you.

After about week or 10 days- i noticed i had teeth stains- it only showed where the teeth have receded.

it could have been the pomegranate or blueberries that i have eaten during the same time. i have stopped eating them both.

I called the other day inquiring about bee pollen and teeth stains. i was told bee pollen does not create teeth stains.

I just wanted a 2nd opinion/ thoughts?


Hi Steve,
Yes, I would agree. We really have not come across stained teeth from bee pollen. We do see if once in a while with propolis but I suppose it is possible. Sorry I can't be of more assistance.


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