Systemic Lupus and bee pollen question

by chris

Can a person with Systemic Lupus take pollen? I'm confused how the immune system would react.

Angela's Comments:

Great question Chris. This is a tough question. The answer is maybe. It really depends on how your specific immune system reacts to the bee pollen. Bee pollen does have immune modulating properties which means it can help to regulate or calm an over-active immune system. But, if your immune system is severely over-active, you could react badly to it. Some people have been known to test the pollen starting with one granule at a time and then increasing each day by one granule if they tolerate and respond well to the pollen. I would suggest working with a health care professional such as a Naturopathic Doctor if you can.


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