Bee Stings and bee pollen?

by Fran Shenk
(Womelsdorf, PA. USA)

If you take bee pollen regularly are you more likly to have a worst reaction to a bee sting...someone asked me and I didn't know the answer.
Thank you.

Hi Fran,
No, there is no bee venom in bee pollen so there is no link to allergic reactions to stings and bee pollen. When people have reactions to bee pollen, they are reacting to the different pollens, not bee venom.


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