Pine pollen tincture 50 ml – Pinus sylvestris
Pine tree branches drop their pollen, and blanket the grounds with their yellow powder. You may be familiar with these yellow particles that tend to magnetize themselves to your car every spring.
Humans have been using the pine trees and their Pollen as medicine since the beginning of time.
Pine pollen has been used extensively in traditional cultures throughout Asia.
The earliest mention of pine tree pollen’s medicinal use is in Chinese herbalism.
This pollen is an adaptogenic, which suggests it will cater to exactly what your body needs and treat any areas of distress. As a nutritive, Pine Pollen can be consumed in large amounts.
Pine Pollen contains phenylalanine, which is associated with neurotransmitters in the brain. Phenylalanine stimulates dopamine levels in the brain and is a L-dopa precursor.
Pine Pollen which is a tonic medicine, meaning that it can be used over a course of time, without it having toxic effects on your body.
As a nutritive, Pine Pollen can be consumed in large amounts to derive any of the wide range of vitamins and minerals it contains, such as Vitamins A B-Carotene, B1, B2, B3, B6, Folic Acid, Vitamin D, and Vitamin E. Its host of minerals include Calcium, Copper, Iron, Manganese, Magnesium, Molybdenum, Phosphorous, Potassium, Selenium, Silicon, Sodium, and Zinc.
Androgenic (stimulates anabolic endocrine activity)
Pine Pollen also contains over twenty amino acids. Pine Pollen enhances an array of bodily functions while assisting in preventing degenerative conditions as well.