Bee pollen is protein.
Another way of saying bee pollen is bee bread. Bee pollen is full of nutrients and many health food stores carry it in capsule form so it is easy for people to get the benefits of bee pollen.
The bee sees pollen with its eyes. It carries pollen because the pollen stick to the hind legs!
A flower is pollinated when a bee drinks it's nectar. The bee will have pollen (a dust like substance) trapped on the hairs of it's legs from other flowers. Pollen from the flower gets trapped on the bee, and pollen trapped on the bee's legs get in the flower. This is how a flower is pollinated.
Look at the rear legs. They are larger than the front because they contain the 'baskets' which store the pollen while the bee is flying from flower to flower.
Bee pollen comes from a bee's body after he has visited many flowers. Health food stores often sell bottled bee pollen as purported remedy for a number of different things. Bee pollen as a treatment has not been backed by science, and really just takes valuable pollen away from the bee.
Te bumble bee's fur is a kind of stickiness to make the pollen stick to the bumble bee.
it looks like a bee
A bee has concave depressions on the tibia of her hind pair of legs surrounded by hairs. These are called corbiculae or 'pollen baskets'. When pollen gets on to the bee's body she brushes it back using her fore legs into the corbucilae. You can often see this when a bee is in flight or standing on a flower. Look for a yellow 'lump' on the back legs.
Date Palm pollen does it.
Nothing is known about bee pollen causing hyperactivity in humans. There are, however, many benefits to eating or using bee pollen.