BEE POLLEN GRANULES, Georgia Honey Bee Pollen – A Natural Energy HIGH PROTEIN Food BEE POLLEN Honey Bee Pollen Granules Wonderful World of Bee Pollen Book, Georgia Beekeeper John Pluta Milledgeville Georgia

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ALWAYS START WITH JUST A FEW GRANULES FOR A FEW DAYS TO ADJUST YOURSELF AND TO CHECK ON THE RARE ALLERGY REACTION.
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John Pluta

It’s full of protein thus carrying it in the afternoon or day also gives an power increase. Vegetarians and Trainers use it.

QUESTIONS: 

Bee Pollen is atmosphere and dehumidifier dried with no warmth to keep nourishment and flavor top quality.


Honey shop Bee Pollen display shelves, Milledgeville Georgia,

5 pounds. 2 Half Gallon kind jugs

If you’re 100 pounds use.

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Or from mail order,
$300

BEE POLLEN Honey Bee Pollen Granules Beautiful World of Bee Pollen Book, 

The average person uses approximately a teaspoon per day based upon your metabolism.

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Air dried bee pollen – PURE RAW NATURAL

I’ve plenty of bee pollen clients using it every day to get allergy relief from coughing,sneezing, and dander from air borne pollen of grasses,weeds, trees, and flowers.

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I’ve the bee pollen season round in the georgiabees shop

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Beekeepers Pure Natural Honey Bee Pollen in my Georgia Beehives

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Milledgeville,GA. 31061

 9AM  or  9PM 

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