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6 minutes ago, The Crusher said:
Just ordered it. 

Careful if you have bee allergies or a thin blood disorder.

Then again thin being the operative word

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4 minutes ago, Dunnie said:

Careful if you have bee allergies or a thin blood disorder.

Then again thin being the operative word emoji8.png

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Just the opposite, I have the hemochromatosis, thick gooey iron blood. I have to give 5-6 units of blood a year. Im only allergic to inositol. Thanks for looking out, 

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Just now, Biggs said:

No data to support any claims.  Typical of the entire suplement market place.  

Pretty much. I use the rule of thirds. Depending on the supplement 1/3rd of people get noticeable results, 1/3rd if people feel like maybe it helps. 1/3rd of people they do nothing but waste their money. The rest die instantly upon taking it. It’s a cruel cruel world, 

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1 minute ago, The Crusher said:

Pretty much. I use the rule of thirds. Depending on the supplement 1/3rd of people get noticeable results, 1/3rd if people feel like maybe it helps. 1/3rd of people they do nothing but waste their money. The rest die instantly upon taking it. It’s a cruel cruel world, 

You left out the third that got a rash that went away and went insane years later.

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1 hour ago, Biggs said:

No data to support any claims.  Typical of the entire suplement market place.  

Plenty research and data.

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28814983/

It is not even a market, it has been buried since the 80s. 

I personally increased my swimming performance from 1900 meters to 2300 meters daily by adding bee pollen to my diet while eliminating caffeine.

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1 hour ago, Bronx said:

Plenty research and data.

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28814983/

It is not even a market, it has been buried since the 80s. 

I personally increased my swimming performance from 1900 meters to 2300 meters daily by adding bee pollen to my diet while eliminating caffeine.

I increased my swimming performance from 2 laps to a mile by swimming.

There are no good clinical trials that prove any claims you’re making.

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We have a bee hive in our backyard. We use the honey and give lots away (bottled as Christmas gifts). It's not "bee glue", but it does help with allergies and keeping bees is great for our garden and flowers.
This is awesome !!

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