How much bee pollen to take for anemia?

by Jane

I have been taking 1 heaped teaspoon a day on an empty stomach to help alleviate my anemia because iron supplements do not agree with me. It has not helped my energy levels much, so am wondering if I am taking enough pollen granules? Any advice would be appreciated! Thank you.

Angela's comments:

Hi Jane,
If you are dealing with anemia, I don't recommend relying solely on bee pollen to treat it. I know exactly what you mean by iron supplements causing stomach issues. This is due to the type of iron in most iron products. I have been fortunate to find a solution for this in a natural iron product that does not bother the gut at all. It is called IronSmart and has a wonderful caramel flavor. I'd recommend you use it to get your anemia under control and then use bee pollen to maintain.

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Hope that helps and please let me know if you have any other questions.

Bee healthy,

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Jan 17, 2020
Iron Deficiency Anemia
by: Anonymous

Hi. I have been taking Ferrous Sulfate 300mg once daily to treat my Iron Deficiency,I was told about Bee Pollen granules and that if I took 1 tablespoon daily to replace my Ferrous Sulfate that my hemoglobin would rise. I am very anemic and have had to go for blood transfusions quite frequently for about 4 years now. I haven’t started taking the Bee Pollen yet but was told that it was better. I have a very high iron diet and my daily body requirements for iron in the food I’ve been told to eat ,my body can’t possibly consume that much food. So I’m seeking answers from people w/cases much similar to mine to see if Bee Pollen is right for me? My hemoglobin is below normal w/readings usually above 70-110 and I’m aware that 120 or greater is where I should be sitting. I’m 44 right now. And I am female. Some guidance would be greatly appreciated!!

Jul 17, 2016
Natural Iron Pills
by: Faith


Hi Faith,
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