B.POWERED Superfood Honey by Beekeeper's Naturals
Experience the benefits of the most powerful honey in the world. This therapeutic blend of royal jelly, bee pollen, propolis, and raw honey is designed to support those heavy, low energy days. Try a spoonful on those sleepy mornings, napless afternoons, and before intense workouts.
- Sustained Energy
- Mental Clarity
- Skin Health
- Bulletproof Immunity
- Fit Fuel
Raw enzymatic honey, royal jelly (745mg*), raw bee pollen (532mg*), and bee propolis extract (43mg*).
(*therapeutic quantities per teaspoon)
Each jar contains approximately 46 servings—a month and a half supply if enjoyed regularly.
Paleo-friendly, gluten-free, and natural.
Caution: Not for children under the age of 6 or individuals with asthma or severe allergies to pollen or bee products.
HOW TO USE
For best results, we recommend 1 teaspoon daily for sustained energy.
Children between 6-12 years, take ½ teaspoon.
Enjoy by the spoonful or drizzle over lattes, smoothies, yogurt, toast, pancakes… don’t be afraid to get creative.
***For a restorative face mask, mix one full spoonful of B.Powered with a splash of water. Apply to freshly cleansed skin. After 15 to 20 minutes, rinse off and bask in your natural glow.
This product is packaged in a glass jar with a metal lid, both of which are reusable and recyclable through single-stream recycling.
END OF LIFE
This product should be used until finished but is otherwise 100% compostable.
Beekeeper's Naturals is a Certified B Corp Canadian company that uses plants to make superfoods, sustainably hand-harvesting these superfoods with lots of love. Their scientists diligently make sure they are of the highest quality. You get to enjoy natural health-boosting solutions straight from the hive!
Beekeeper's Naturals is sick of mainstream "remedies" that are packed with artificial ingredients and come with nasty side effects. They think you shouldn't have to sacrifice your values to feel better. That's why they're on a mission to reinvent the medicine cabinet - and save the bees while they're at it. (Yes, they believe in dreaming big.)