People take bee pollen for nutrition; as an appetite stimulant; to improve stamina and athletic performance; and for premature aging, premenstrual syndrome (PMS), hay fever (allergic rhinitis), mouth sores, joint pain (rheumatism), painful urination, prostate conditions, and radiation sickness.
It is also used for weight loss, bleeding problems including coughing or vomitingblood, bloody diarrhea, nosebleed, brain hemorrhage, and menstrual problems.
Bee pollen is also used for gastrointestinal (GI) problems including constipation, diarrhea, enteritis, and colitis. Some people use bee pollen as a general tonic, to increase urine flow, and for alcohol intoxication.
Bee pollen is used topically for skin care in skin softening products, and for treating eczema, pimples, and diaper rash.