Pollen is a bee product gathered by worker honey bees from flowers of plants, mainly entomphilous ones. It is distinguished by its high content of B group vitamins, monosaccharides and polysaccharides, as well as amino acids, including arginine. It has antiaggregation (anticoagulant) effects. It also contains other nutritive and biologically active substances. It is called a “vitamin bomb” because of its composition. It finds application particularly in convalescence, lack of appetite, vitamin deficiency, alimentary system and liver diseases. For several years, pollen has been successfully applied in prostatic hypertrophy. Pollen treatment improves general feeling of well-being, enhances fitness and boosts immunity. Pollen from different plants and from different picking periods demonstrate differentiated effects. Those coming from the largest possible number of plant species are the richest in mineral elements. Pollen is commercially available in the form of dried pollen, tablets, granules and in the form of a honey mixture. Children can be given ground pollen added to blackcurrant juice.