The answer seems to be "maybe" because while there is no specific mention of bee pollen ( no, I have not read the entire bill to be sure there is in fact no mention of bees) there is the issue of interpretation of the "non-discrimination provision which is discussed here. (h/t to John Goodman).The hyperlink cited also has a link to the bill itself)
The provision at issue states that insurers shall not discriminate against any health care provider that is licensed by the state. Many states do license "providers" who are,to be politically correct,alternative medicine practitioners. So does it follow that insurers will have to pay for whatever brand of woo dished out by certain alternative woo providers as long as they are licensed by the state?
The alternative medicine lobby along with the lobbyists for supplements would seem to be happy with the senate bill and both Senator Harry Reid and Senator Harkin also with Senator Hatch seem supportive of both interests according to the LA Times article referenced above.
How many more gems of silliness and special interest provisions will turn up in the compromise bill once the Senate passes something?