Canadian Bee Pollen is made from pollen, plant material, and bee saliva! WOW!

Bee Pollen granules contain micronutrients, quercetin, and protein which may support the immune system. This is a popular superfood for athletic dogs. They may use it for energy and quick recovery. Nearly half of the protein in Bee Pollen is made up of free-form amino acids which may be good for muscle building, and it contains quercetin.

If you're interested in the benefits of quercetin, research showsquercetin may function as a natural antihistamine. 

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140 g in a recyclable glass jar



100% Canadian Bee Pollen Granules
Inactive Ingredients: None


General Guidelines

Begin with 1/2 of the current dosage listed for your dog’s weight for the first two days, if no adverse effects are found increase the dosage to 3/4 of the dosage for your dog’s weight for an additional two days. If still no adverse effects are found, continue with the full dose for your dog’s weight.

<10 lbs: 1/8 tsp
10-20 lbs: 1/4 tsp
21-30 lbs: 3/8 tsp
31-40 lbs: 1/2 tsp
41-50 lbs: 5/8 tsp
51-60 lbs: 3/4 tsp
61-70 lbs: 7/8 tsp
71-80 lbs: 1 tsp
>80 lbs: 1 1/2 tsp

Start slowly with small doses. Do not use in pregnant or lactating animals. Do not use in animals allergic to pollen or bee products. Store in a cool dry place away from humidity, heat, and direct light.


More Details

• 55% carbohydrates
• 35% proteins (and all 22 protein-building amino acids)
• 3% vitamins (carotenoids, B-complex, etc.)
minerals (mostly phosphorus, potassium, calcium, and magnesium)
• 2% fatty acids
• 5% other compounds (enzymes, trace elements, and antioxidants)
• Health Canada NN.N2N6