Pine Pollen Cracked Cell Organic Extract
Healthy Age Support*
Potent Erection Support*
What Is Pine Pollen?Pine Pollen has been used as dietary supplement in traditional medicine for centuries. It has a variety of beneficial effects, including supporting fatigue, providing energy, and supporting optimal health. Pine pollen, known as the "King of Pollen" in China, is regarded as an omnipotent nutritional substance. Its oral use dates back to the Tang Dynasty, which saw the rise of the pine pollen industry. *
Over the past several years, many research studies have focused on edible plants with beneficial health properties. As a key element of Chinese traditional medicine, pine pollen, - which is the male spore of the pine tree - has been used as a health tonic for thousands of years. It is used to support a healthy prostate, and it has the potential to support healthy aging and youthful vigor.*
Compared to typical plant pollens harvested by bees, our pine pollen is more pure and stable, free of pesticides, and has no insect contamination and foreign proteins. Pine pollen powder is rich in many types of amino acids needed by the body, as well as minerals, vitamins, enzymes, and ﬂavonoids. It has been found that pine pollen also contains vitamin D (D2,D3), testosterone, epitestosterone and androst-4-ene-3,17-dione. *
Based on the active proﬁle exposed through a variety of assays, it can be concluded that pine pollen extract shows strong antioxidant and natural healing support properties. Pine pollen extract, therefore, may be useful in supporting a healthy balance affected by oxidative stress as well as being relevant to assist with potent immune support. *
How Could Pine Pollen Support My Health?Our Organic Pine Pollen has many health benefits including:
- Pine Pollen contains phytochemicals similar to male sex hormones (which are perfectly safe, unlike synthetic steroids you hear about in the news)*;
- May support skin elasticity and health*;
- May support healthy cellular and humeral immune responses*;
- May promote a healthy and optimized libido*;
- May promote cardiovascular health, by regulating lipid metabolism due to regulating LDL and vLDL cholesterol*;
- Supports breast health in women*;
- Supports testicular and prostate health in men*;
- Supports chronic pain management*;
- Supports the impairment of learning and memory with age*;
- Supports the health of the liver and gallbladder*;
- May provide antioxidant effects*;
- Helps to support lean muscle mass*.
Pine Pollen Benefits For Men1. It is the most concentrated source of testosterone in the plant world.
Several studies have shown that Pine Pollen is rich in testosterone, epitestosterone and androst-4-ene-3,17-dione. These phytoandrogens latch onto testosterone receptors in your body and activate androgenic activity, which naturally raises testosterone levels. Pine pollen offers hormonal support without shutting down the endocrine system (as can happen with doctor-prescribed hormonal supplement). At high doses, pine pollen can make the nocturnal penis tumescence (morning wood) more regular. *
2. Adaptogens - gibberellins and brassinosteroids
Pine Pollen also contains very unique plant sterols called gibberellins and brassinosteroids. While gibberellins and brassinosteroids are not androgen hormones, they are gonadotropic adaptogens, which increase testosterone production in the testes. These natural steroids have an adaptogenic quality: they may support the ability to mitigate stress. In this way, they are able to support health by reducing stress, which would restore health and thus allow for increased testosterone production.*
3. Source of microelements
Pine pollen also contains large quantities of vitamins, among which are Zinc, which promotes sperm health as well as Copper, which is important in reproductive health in men (particularly in erections).*
4. It has also been found in recent studies that Pine Pollen might be able to re-sensitize the Leydig cells of the test subjects, where testosterone is produced.*
Studies have shown an impressive boost in testosterone levels in men taking Pine Pollen. *
Pine Pollen Benefits For Women1. The primary benefit of using Pine Pollen for women is the large variety of microelements that it contains.
In our low-nutrient modern diet, Pine Pollen is one of the most nutrient dense products a woman can put into her body. It contains Calcium and Magnesium which are important for pregnant women and for child development – as well as Folic Acid, a component of a co-enzyme required for new cell synthesis*.
The amino acid methionine (L-Methionine) is present in a natural, raw form in Pine Pollen. In terms of providing concrete youthful vigor (those that reverse markers of aging, not just leaving you "feeling" younger), methionine directly improves tone and pliability of skin, nails and hair.*
Pregnant women use choline to help support neural tube healthy in developing embryos, and choline is often added commercially to infant and baby formulas. Additionally, choline is important in liver health and in maintaining healthy hair. *
2. Helps to stabilize endocrine hormonal balance
Many of us believe that testosterone is a man's hormone, but it's not true. Testosterone is very important for women. Women just utilize a smaller amount. As women age, they can experience testosterone deficiency, which can lead to sleep disorders, decreased libido, depression, and increased body weight. *
Rich in phyto-androgens, pine pollen helps stabilize endocrine hormonal balance at an optimal ratio of testosterone to estrogen, thus reversing the effects of hormonal fallout. Pine Pollen's components could have a direct impact on a women's ability to orgasm and boost overall sexual desire.*
3. Healthy Aging
Pine pollen enables skin healthy, healthy immune systems, and other healthy aging benefits with long-term supplementation. Some elements within pine pollen even work to support healthy cells by breaking down toxins in the body. *
Nutritional ProfileThese are some of the vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients contained in pine tree pollen.
Phyto-androgens: androst-4-ene-3,17-dione, testosterone, dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA), and androsterone.
Vitamins: A, B1, B2, B6, C, D2 and D3, E, and Folic Acid.
Minerals: potassium, sodium, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, iron, manganese, copper, zinc, and selenium.
The composition of pine pollen includes nucleic acids, poly- and monosaccharide, as well as 20 basic amino acids.
As we have mentioned previously, Pine Pollen is the most potent source of phyto-androgen available. It can help support endocrine hormonal balance – the ratio of testosterone to estrogen – within humans, thus reversing the troubling effects associated with the imbalances that cause the quality of life to lower. *
Nutrition-related onset of lower testosterone levels in both men and women is typically due to an over consumption of foods with too much phyto-estrogen for the body. Research suggests low testosterone in either gender could cause an increase in cholesterol levels, promote premature aging, tissue and bone weakness, highs and lows in blood sugar levels, decreased levels of aerobic energy, weight gain, and low sexual desire. *
Over 20 Amino acids (including all of the 8+ essential ones): alanine, amino acetic acid, arginine, asparagic acid, aspartic acid, cysteine, glutamic acid, glycin, histidine, isoleucine, leucine, lysine, merionin, ethionine, phenylalanine, proline, serine, threonine, tryptophan, tyrosine, and valine.
Phenylalanine. Without sufficient L-phenylalanine, it is possible to experience cognitive dysfunction, depression, and appetite loss. *
Valine helps with energy levels, regulates blood sugar levels, and assists normal growth and development. *
Leucine helps to maintain nitrogen balance and energy supplies, as well as promoting repair and growth of muscle and bone. *
Isoleucine is broken down by the body to provide energy within the muscle tissue and assist the body when recovering from strenuous physical exercise. *
Lysine is a key essential amino acid that helps build a healthy immune system. *
Threonine helps to maintain the balance of protein within the body and therefore supports normal growth and development. *
Tryptophan is required to produce serotonin, a critical neurotransmitter. *
Methionine, like the important Arginine, is a sulphur-containing essential amino acid. It helps the body to effectively process and remove fat. The body needs high levels of methionine to produce the amino acids taurine and cysteine, as well as the powerful amino acid glutathione. *
Vitamins & Minerals
Minerals: pine pollen contains eleven elements, including Mg, Se, Si, Sr, P, S, Cl, K, Ca, Mn, and Fe, with the highest content being potassium (K).
Minerals are contained in our intracellular fluid, regulating its composition, supporting the formation of blood cells, bones, as well as participating in nervous system processes and regulating muscle tone, including in the cardiovascular system. Like vitamins, minerals function as coenzymes, participating in the processes of energy formation, growth and recovery of the body. *
All the enzymatic processes in the body occur with the participation of minerals, so they are necessary for the adequate utilization of vitamins and other nutrients.
Vitamins: A, B1, B2, B6, C, D2 and D3, E, Folic Acid.
Vitamin A. It is necessary to ensure the processes of vision (photoreception), protects the skin, mucous membranes. Promotes protein synthesis, lipid metabolism, supports growth processes, increases resistance to infections. *
Vitamin B1. has a positive effect on energy level, growth, normal appetite, learning and supports muscle tone in the digestive tract, stomach and heart. Thiamine acts as an antioxidant, protecting the body from the destructive effects of aging, alcohol, and tobacco. *
Vitamin B2 is necessary for the formation of erythrocytes and antibodies, as well as for the regulation of growth and reproductive functions in the body. It is also necessary for the health of skin, nails, and hair, as well as for proper thyroid function. *
Vitamin B6 is necessary for the normal functioning of the central and peripheral nervous system. Pyridoxine is directly involved in the production of blood cells and their pigment (hemoglobin), and is involved in supplying cells with glucose. In the female body, pyridoxine plays an important role in maintaining the balance of sex hormones. *
Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant. It strengthens the human immune system, and also protects it from viruses and bacteria, as well as having anti-allergic effect. Vitamin C accelerates the process of wound healing. It affects the synthesis of a number of hormones, regulates hemopoesis and normalizes capillary permeability. It also participates in collagen protein synthesis, which is necessary for the growth of cells of tissues, bones and cartilage of the body. It also removes toxins (such as lead and mercury) from the body and regulates metabolism. *
Vitamin D2 and D3. The main functions of vitamin D in the human body are: ensuring the absorption of calcium from foods in the small intestine (mainly in the duodenum), stimulating the synthesis of a number of hormones, as well as participation in the regulation of cell proliferation and metabolic processes. *
Vitamin E. The main properties of vitamin E in the human body include the slowing of the aging processes, as well as ensuring the work of male and female sexual gonads. *
Folic Acid participates in the synthesis of DNA, protein biosynthesis and oxidation-reduction processes of the body. It also regulates pregnancy and supports the formation and normal functioning of blood cells. In addition it may slow the onset of menopause and lessens its symptoms. *
Oleic acid, linoleic acid, and linolenic acid all have well documented health benefits, such as promotion of cardiovascular health, reducing blood pressure and increasing the fat burning process to help with weight loss*.
Superoxide dismutase (SOD) works in the cytoplasm of the cell to prevent the hydroxyl radical from attacking enzymes, proteins, and unsaturated fats in cell membranes. SOD is an extremely efficient enzyme; it catalyzes the neutralization of superoxide nearly as fast as the two can diffuse together spontaneously in solution. This process has many incredibly important roles, including detoxification of environmental pollutants, such as xeno-estrogens (xeno-estrogens are highly damaging to the endocrine system)*.
MSM (Methylsulfonylmethane), which pine pollen contains in its original, non-synthetic form, is truly a powerhouse in itself. MSM is a sulfur compound with potentially strong youthful aging effects*. Use of MSM has been shown to relieve pain, increase flexibility, build skin vitality, promote hair growth, and offer relief from interstitial cystitis*.
Pollen lipids were shown to have a marked inhibition of platelet activating factor activity*.
Pine pollen is definitely an ancient medicine for a new millennium. It's an inexhaustible source of nutrients.
Suggest Usage & Extra-DosingBasic pine pollen dosage:
- Powder: 1 to 2 teaspoons per day (men); 1 teaspoon daily or every other day (women);
There are few forms of Pine Pollen that you can use - capsules, powder and tincture.
The form that will help you to receive more of what you want from Pine Pollen is powder. Pine pollen is easily absorbed by the body when taken in powder form. If the powder taste is not palatable, pine pollen can be mixed in drinks.
There is also a method of extra dosage of pine pollen. It ranges from 3 grams (1 tablespoon) to 10 grams (about 3 tablespoons - one in the morning, one before a workout (it is a great preworkout supplement) and one before going to sleep). *
Extra dosage can be useful for people with low testosterone and for athletes looking to improve workout recovery and sports performance.
Note, that you should consult your doctor before starting to use it. They will help you to choose a correct dosage.
Sourced FromOur Organic Pine Pollen is collected from the beautiful mountainous regions of China, from pristine and unpolluted locations. First, the pollen is harvested. Then it is processed at very low temperatures to crack the cell wall of the pollen, producing a superior product that is over 99% digestible.
Ideal Storage ConditionsUse a sealed container to store this product in a cool, dry place. Keep away from direct light and moisture. Once the package is opened, it must be re-sealed and used within 6 months.
Shelf LifeUse within two years from the date of manufacture.