iHerb Customer Reviews
Savings of: $1.61 (12% off)
Posted by Reviewer3143885 on Aug 13, 2010
It was long break since I last took bee pollen. The result was instant energy, no more sleepy heads. That helped me s geart deal in my work and family life. I am patiently waiting to see other effects of this product..
5 stars for quality
Posted by julzia1 on Apr 06, 2012
I'm beginning to implement bee pollen into my daily ritual of supplements, because I want to use only natural energy boosters from now on. This is organic pollen, which I really adore, and I'm happy how little you need to feel the difference. On top of great quality, this provides a great value. Absolutely love the speedy service at iHerb; Outstanding customer service is a strong competitive advantage for this company.
Posted by nattfisk on Aug 10, 2012
When I opened this, I put my nose and smelled to check out the quality. I was a bit concerned at first, as it smelled really horrible. But I guess that's just the plastic bottle, because the pollen is just as good as other bee pollen products I've tried. I use this every day in my post-workout smoothie and I give one teaspoon to my husband. He's allergic to grass pollen. After he started taking this, his allergic reactions is reduced to a minimum. He takes it together with a fresh shot of ginger juice.
Must be good...
Posted by Reviewer3111869 on Aug 20, 2012
Tastes quite good actually. No problem just munching this as a snack. Dropped a few and my little chihuahuas got to it and they love it! So now I'm giving it to them as well. I can't tell if it's making me more energetic because I've currently added quite a few supplements to my diet...but my little dogs are full of life, especially my nine year old chihuahua who is behaving more like a puppy nowadays playing with his toys and with the other 2 year old chi...so it must be good :)
Posted by 5632236252799714622 on Feb 10, 2014
I used this for over a year, but now I am a bit concerned because I read in a review that as the bees are disappearing, we shouldn't use the beepollen, not sure why hope somebody can explain it to me, because this is a good product, but the survival of bees are more important to me-
Shipping perishable items such as bee pollen
Posted by 4812605508684336038 on Nov 11, 2013
This is a TEMPERATURE SENSITIVE ITEM, states on the bottle "KEEP REFRIGERATED". Item is being shipped without cold pack - that is a serious problem - and manufacturer instructs retailers to ship cold. IHERB choose to ignore. Contacted IHERB twice about this since my order and there was NO RESPONSE. I will not order from IHerb again.
Posted by Reviewer2577709 on Jun 09, 2014
This product requires refrigeration and was spolied before it arrived at my door. This fact is not mentioned anywhere on the product page on iherb.com (or atleast, it wasn't mentioned at the time I placed my order), nor did I see this mentioned anywhere on the bottle itself after inspecting the photos online. However, when the courier company sent it to the wrong shipment facility and delayed my order by 4 days, I contacted the manufacurer to inquire about it's shelf life and storage. They replied with this: "Thank you for your purchase. This is a refrigrated (sic) item and after that long it will not be any good." So be aware; unless you get guaranteed overnight delivery, you'll most likely be getting a spoiled, useless product if you order on here. I'll be returning the item at my own cost. Total bummer.
Posted by 5572461307699020617 on Oct 11, 2013
I really love this brand of bee pollen - I find it gives me a wonderful, sustained, healthy level of energy. I have worked up to taking approx. 1 TBS per day. Sometimes I take more (I keep it at my desk and there have been afternoons where I am hungry but don't have a snack - so I take a TBS or more of this!) Another delicious way to have it is to mix a tsp (or more) of coconut oil with an equal amount of bee pollen. AMAZING.
Posted by Didokitty on Oct 14, 2013
Small granules are easy to use, sweet flowery taste.
Posted by 5319433655963204449 on Oct 02, 2014
This is good bee pollen but I just found out that consuming bee pollen is bad for the bee's because they don't have nourishment from the pollen to get through winter. Going to stop buying bee pollen.