Bee Pollen Tea

Some of you may have read my post on bee pollen and allergies. If not, go on and click here, hunni.  Bee pollen has cured my allergies. I mean two days ago I was dying and yesterday after taking one dose of bee pollen I was able to breathe and didn't sneeze once or blow my nose for hours! Do you know what a miracle that is when you've been having severe allergies? 

Anyway, this is what you need:

Local bee pollen, a handful of mint leaves and local or wildflower honey to taste.

Place the mint leaves into a teapot.

Pour freshly boiled water on top.

Place a 1/4 teaspoon of bee pollen into a cup.

*For dosage information, click on the link in the beginning of the post.* 

Add local or wildflower honey to taste. Or to smell.

Pour the mint tea into the cup. 

Stir. Sip. Breathe. Enjoy.

 

RECIPE

Ingredients:

a bunch of mint leaves
freshly boiled water
1/4 teaspoon of local bee pollen (I got mine from the farmer's market near my house)
local honey or wild flower honey to taste

Directions:

Place the mint leaves in a teapot and pour freshly boiled water on top.

While the tea steeps, pour 1/4 teaspoon of bee pollen in a cup and as much honey as you like.

After a few minutes, pour the mint tea in the cup with the pollen and honey.

Sip. Breathe. Enjoy.