Bee Bread

Perga was used as a medicine and rejuvenating preparation in ancient Chinese and ancient Egyptian cultures, and was also used for healing by Hippocrates.

Perga can be considered as a concentrated form of pollen, which:

  • helps restore liver functions,
  • is an effective treatment for anaemia,
  • activates pancreatic insulin production
  • reduces blood clotting,
  • strengthens capillaries
  • lowers blood cholesterol levels
  • has an anti-sclerosing effect
  • promotes bile and urine excretion
  • has anti-cancer effects
  • does not allow harmful micro-organisms to multiply in the intestine
  • stimulates the immune system
  • is an overall reinforcing
  • increases appetite and physical fitness
  • strengthens sexual function
  • reduces the risk of prostate enlargement

Unlike pure pollen, suir rarely causes allergies. However, caution should be exercised for people who are allergic to bee venom.

Perga production
To make the syrup, the bees collect pollen from the plants, press it into a tight clump in a jar, moisten it with hives and finally preserve it with honey. Without access to oxygen, a two-week fermentation and fermentation process begins in the juice, resulting in increased acidity and sugar content and the production of vitamin K. During the ripening process, the outer shell of the pollen matrix is damaged, making the nutrients in the pollen more readily available to the bees.

Perga contains about 55% carbohydrates, 35% proteins, 3% vitamins and minerals, 2% fatty acids and 5% other substances.

Both pollen and Perga are highly nutritious and contain many substances essential for the body. Compared to pollen, Perga is higher in carbohydrates and lactic acid, but lower in proteins and fats. Perga also contains significantly more mineral salts, vitamins and organic acids.
Compared to honey, Perga contains half the sugar. According to research, Perga can contain 188 species of fungi and 29 species of bacteria.

Source: Wikipedia

Where to buy: Suira 80g