There are 115 species of pine, but only a select few are used for their amazing pine pollen benefits. Our pine pollen is collected from the Masson pine and Chinese oil pine from the mountainous regions at an altitude of 500-800 meters.
The Pine Pollen Benefits
As you’ll read below, pine pollen is a nutritional powerhouse. With everything in it combined you may find some of these incredible benefits. According to Chinese medicine, pine pollen enters through the five major meridians including the lungs, kidneys, spleen, heart and liver.
Strengthens the Immune System
Great Brain Food
Balances Androgenic and Estrogenic Hormones
Supports and Detoxifies the Liver
Great for the Skin and Hair
Protects the Cardiovascular System
May Reduce Cholesterol
Regulates Weight by Supporting the Metabolism
Increases Energy and Vitality
Increases Glutathione (the Body’s Master Antioxidant)
Optimizes Breast Health in Women and Prostate Health in Men
Supports a Healthy Sex Life
May Reduce Pain
Helps with a Hangover
Antioxidant and Anti-Inflammatory
Decreases DNA Mutation
Pine Pollen is Great for Women Too
In China, where pine pollen has been used for thousands of years, it is considered one of the beauty tonics for women. Yes, it can be used on your skin. Several of its compounds support both elastin and collagen. And taken internally, with its wide variety of minerals, vitamins, amino acids, antioxidants and more it’ll help support your health.
Many women get scared off when they see the word “testosterone”, not realizing that they too need this hormone, just in a lesser amount than men. Taking pine pollen, especially in powdered form, will not make you wake up with a mustache, deepen your voice, or sprout huge muscles.
The tinctured form, which concentrates and makes the phyto-androgens more bioavailability, is generally not recommended for women. That being said we have reports from a couple ladies, especially in post-menopausal years, that get great benefits from this.
Cell Wall Broken Pine Pollen
Like chorella, pine pollen has a hard shell on it. If this is not broken then the nutrition that is found in pine pollen will not be readily available to your body.
Our pine pollen is processed through a low temperature and high speed airflow sporoderm-breaking technology, leaving 99% of the pine pollen with the cell walls broken, with sizes of around 1 to 2 micrograms and thus available to your body.
Pine pollen has over 200 bioactive vitamins, minerals, amino acids, antioxidants and other super nutrients in every single serving. It is a wild-harvested super food with no added chemicals or preservatives.
Pine Pollen Testosterone and a Rare Source of Phyto-Androgens
These can help combat all those phyto and xeno-estrogens are our environment is full of these days, from drinking water, pesticides, plastics and more. This includes:
This is not a steroid and you won’t have any side effects of those drugs. Instead with all the natural co-factors and the small amounts these will work with your body for adaptogenic effects. These are provided through novel plant compounds like Gibberellins and Brassinosteroids, which bind to testosterone receptors sites, regulate prostate health, have anti-inflammatory, liver detoxifying actions and much more.
For more of the anabolic effects, you’ll want to get the Pine Pollen Tincture. This is best for bodybuilding with pine pollen.
For men, take a three tablespoon dose of pine pollen mixed in 8 oz. of water before going to bed. If you don’t wake up with “morning wood” you can send back the unused portion of your pine pollen for a full refund.
But when you do wake up “erect” feel free to leave a review of our pine pollen below.
Nocturnal Penile Tumescense, as the scientists call it, is a natural process that occurs for healthy men. When your hormones are working right this should be a daily occurrence.
When on pine pollen one man said he had to “piss in the bathtub” each morning. As for how this translates to sexual function, I’ll leave that up to your imagination.
Note that this is a bigger dose than normally recommended, but it helps to ensure you “feel” the effects. Experiment to find the right dose of pine pollen for you so that this occurs every day and be sure to check out the details on our Megadose Pine Pollen below.
The same effects can also be achieved with the pine pollen tincture.
This doesn’t work for everyone. It does for many. For others you’ll just gain other pine pollen benefits.
Each of the following listed amounts is per 3 gram serving, which is approximately 1 tablespoon.
Pine Pollen contains 18 Amino Acids
It is a complete protein source as it contains seven of the essential amino acids (they are bolded below). In fact, pine pollen is about 30% protein.
Aspartic acid 33mg
Glutamic acid 47mg
Pine Pollen is Full of Vitamins
Vitamin A 1.3ug
B1 (Thiamin) 182ug
B2 (Riboflavin) 15ug
B3 (Niacin) 427ug
B6 (Pyridoxine) 39ug
B9 (Folic Acid) 28ug
Vitamin C 1686ug
Vitamin E 97ug
Vitamin D .7ug
Beta Carotene .8ug
Pine Pollen is Full of Minerals
Each item is per gram of pine pollen.
And many more trace elements
Pine Pollen also has Much More
Alpha Linolenic Acid
Superoxide Dismutase (SOD)
The Pine Pollen is collected from the mountainous regions of China, from pristine and unpolluted locations. The pollen is wild harvested then processed at very low temperatures to crack the cell wall of the pollen, producing a superior product that is over 99% digestible. The date on the package is a packaging date, not expiration. No need for refrigeration. Store in a cool, dry place and pine pollen will stay potent for up to a year once opened.
Our pine pollen is packaged and shipped in 50 gram bags full of pine pollen powder. You can order multiple bags by increasing the quantity in your shopping cart.
There are roughly 25-30 teaspoons per 50 gram bag.
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