The Scene: Early Morning along the Nile River.
The Time: Around 500 B.C.
An Egyptian beekeeper was harvesting the bounty that only bees can produce. If he was fortunate, the beekeeper's collection would go to the Pharoah, himself. The honey and it's components, it was believed, would deliver to the "God-King" long life and well being.
Such is the history of honey. For thousands of years honey, bee pollen, propolis, and the famous royal jelly have been used for everything from treatments for burns to cancer. Described as "nature's perfect food" because of its completely balanced nutrient content,
Bee Pollen is used to increase energy levels, fight allergies and is a great source of amino acids, vitamins, minerals and enzymes.