So GG, you mention “bee pollen”; from what I have read bees do nothing to the pollen when they collect it from the flower; all the goodness and added honey bee value happens in the hive, not during the collection of pollen. DebThe issue with "papers" on pollen , propolis and Jelly is the "funding" In general funds are made available to a study of some "compound" that the funding party owns the patent on. so make a unique product spend 10 K on studies to then make millions. Basically the business plan for most drug companies. Also pollen and jelly and propolis are not "patentable" and, every one in this forum would sell and compete in a market if one was created. So the effort is to po po the evidence of health claims made by bee product proponents, as not proven , no studies, etc to allow them to sell their products. to add insult to injury, IF you claim health effects and give/sell the hive product, that is "prescribing with out a Doctors license" and you get to go to jail or be fined. One can offer the product, and I would not make any claims. with the internet information is out there if they seek they will find. There is a reason most of the Russian athletes take bee pollen. they also have reason to not give away the methods, we are in an odd times. You may be better off to look for a natural type Doctor and offer the products to them, to offer to their clients. they CAN prescribe and do understand the need. Or offer your card as a source.