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Propolis 1 Oz
Propolis 1 Oz
USD $11.90
Gaia Herbs
Bee Propolis Standardized 60 Caps
Bee Propolis Standardized 60 Caps
USD $24.20
Progressive Labs
Bee Propolis Tincture 65% Extract 1 Oz
Bee Propolis Tincture 65% Extract 1 Oz
USD $20.00
Natural Factors
Pollenase 50 Caps
Pollenase 50 Caps
USD $10.99
Cardio Research/Ecological
Swedish Flower Pollen 60 Tabs
Swedish Flower Pollen 60 Tabs
USD $12.40
Cardio Research/Ecological
Pro Pollen~Weeds 1oz
Pro Pollen~Weeds 1oz
USD $16.58
Newton RX
Pollen Defense 1 Oz
Pollen Defense 1 Oz
USD $13.00
Herb Pharm
Organic Honey Purifying Masque 2.5oz
Organic Honey Purifying Masque 2.5oz
USD $31.50
Lotus Moon
Mgo 250+ Manuka Honey 17.6 Oz
Mgo 250+ Manuka Honey 17.6 Oz
USD $66.48
Manuka Health
Mgo 400+ Manuka Honey 8.8oz
Mgo 400+ Manuka Honey 8.8oz
USD $50.00
Manuka Health
Mgo 550+ Manuka Honey 25+ 8.8oz
Mgo 550+ Manuka Honey 25+ 8.8oz
USD $79.69
Manuka Health
Royal Jelly 1000 Mg 60 Softgels
Royal Jelly 1000 Mg 60 Softgels
USD $37.49
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Bee plays an important role in pollinating flowering plants, and are the major type of pollinators in ecosystems that contain flowering plants. Bee may focus on gathering nectar or on gathering pollen, depending on their greater need at the time, especially in social species. Bee gathering nectar may accomplish pollination, but bee that are deliberately gathering pollen are more efficient pollinators. It is estimated that one third of the human food supply depends on insect pollination, most of this accomplished by bee. Bee are extremely important as pollinators in agriculture, especially the domesticated Western honey bee, with contract pollination having overtaken the role of honey production for beekeepers in many countries. Monoculture and pollinator decline (of many bee species) have increasingly caused honey bee keepers to become migratory so that bee can be concentrated in areas of pollination need at the appropriate season. Recently, many such migratory beekeepers have experienced substantial losses, prompting the announcement of investigation into the phenomenon, dubbed "Colony Collapse Disorder," amidst great concern over the nature and extent of the losses.
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