Raw Pollen

Rich in vitamins, minerals, proteins, lipids and fatty acids, bee pollen is such a concentrated, energy and vitamin rich food that today it is not only consumed as a dietary component, but also often used in alternative medical treatments. With high levels of enzymes, carotenoids and bioflavonoids, raw bee pollen has been shown to reduce inflammation as well as stimulating the immune system and lowering cholesterol. With more protein per gram than any animal source and more amino acids than equal weight of eggs or beef, it is often favored by athletes. It can be added to foods such as yogurt, oatmeal, or smoothies.


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Additional information

Weight 0.25 kg
Dimensions 7.3 × 7.3 × 6.87 cm


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Here are the most frequently asked questions.

No. Our honey is 100% natural. Our bees have never been fed any unnatural substances (like sugar) throughout their lives.

Some honey contains high fructose levels which lead to a fast crystallization, like nectar honey (for example Citrus Honey). This happens even if the honey does not contain sugar. Other honey richer in glucose crystallizes way slower, like honeydew (for example Oak Honey).

Yes. We take all necessary steps to ensure our honey is free from antibiotic usage and pesticide residue, in partnership with our beekeepers of course.

Our long term goal is to provide local, artisanal and sustainably grown honey to a global community of health aware, nature loving individuals.

With produce and plants that befit a lush Mediterranean paradise, Lebanon has some pretty happy bees, and this beautiful shop is where to go to taste the fruits of their labour.

The bees feast on the Cedar trees of Barouk, the oak trees of Keserwan, […] and much more. By going to where nature is in bloom, L’Atelier Du Miel produces more than a dozen artisanal honeys.

The startup is distinguished by its unique production method, which relies on the movement of hives to follow the flowering seasons, allowing bees to feed only on the nectar of flowers and trees