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Old May 26th, 2009, 10:44 AM   1
rustyswife828
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Bee Pollen could be the ANSWER!!!!!!!


it comes in capsules or you can take royal jelly, it is suppose to have the same benefits. All in all it is a VERY GREAT vitamin! Has all the vitamins you need for you body to conceive and gives you lots of energy and increases your sex drive! The royal jelly, bee pollen or bee propolis is suppose to have a healthy intake for your body and actaully make your egg stronger and produce more eggs. In men, it makes the sperms stronger and healither so we can acheive successful pregnancies instead of miscarriages! Me and my hubby are taking bee pollen capsules, I take 3,000 mg a day and he takes 2,000 mg a day! This is our first month and we are going to everday until we get a ! One couple at our church, the woman took the bee pollen capsules and ended up pregnant the 2nd month! I found mine at GNC for like $12 or 13. It is not very expensive!



 
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Old May 26th, 2009, 11:21 AM   2
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Interesting. Someone actually just gave me some propolis but I didn't really know what it was for! I'm going to go take some, haha!

By the way, do you have a source you can link me regarding the supplements so I can get more info?



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Old May 27th, 2009, 08:09 AM   3
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Hey! This site has everything! From diets, vitamins to help your chances on getting pregnant. The site is

http://natural-fertility-info.com/

I'm actually doing a diet on there too! They say bee pollen, bee propolis and royal jelly is a VERY EXCELLENT natural fertility vitamin and overall it helps your body and health! It is an all good vitamin for all kind of good reasons!



 
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Old May 27th, 2009, 11:00 AM   4
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Tread with great caution using bee pollen/royal jelly. It can cause anaphylactic shock and ultimately can kill you and other allergic reactions. You should always consult with you gp when taking things even when they are "natural".



 
Old May 27th, 2009, 11:01 AM   5
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Mazza2003, have to agree, I found out the same when did research and have posted it on here just short while ago. Best to be cautious me thinks



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Old May 27th, 2009, 11:32 AM   6
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I second the above - particularly if you have any history of hayfever, ashthma or eczema. It could kill you and then it's a lot harder to conceive....



 
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Old May 27th, 2009, 14:32 PM   7
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personally i like advise from girls here about things that help but when it comes to any kind of pills or something put into the body i will always consult a doc first anyways i just hope the other girls will to regardless what they want to take natural or not, theres actually alot of natural stuff u CANT have when preg so natural is not always good, good warning huns thanks xxxxxxxxxxx



 
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Old May 27th, 2009, 15:21 PM   8
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Besides youre not allowed to have honey while pg because of hte risk of botulism (and bubs not allowed it until over one) so could that also factor? I have no idea but thought I would mention it! I ain't no scientist!



 
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Old May 27th, 2009, 15:57 PM   9
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Besides youre not allowed to have honey while pg because of hte risk of botulism (and bubs not allowed it until over one) so could that also factor? I have no idea but thought I would mention it! I ain't no scientist!
According to the Food Standards Agency...

"Honey - it's fine for pregnant women but honey isn't suitable for babies under a year old"



 
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Old Oct 18th, 2011, 01:12 AM   10
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Bee Pollen Questions


I am fairly new on bnb. I found your thread and wanted to help you guys. Bnb has been very helpful to me as well so I wanted to provide as much feedback as possible. I found this really great site on Bee Pollen. I wanted to get my pets on it as well. I did my research and found this site. Hope it helps any of you girls out there. I wanted to know what's the difference between RJ/ BP but it's same. Taking Raw honey or adding to foods is good as well. Just check if you have allergies. Good luck!!

Can't post link..just yet. Google: Bee pollen buzz



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