Mason Pine Pollen (Wildcrafted)
Our mason pine pollen is a wonderful adaptogenic tonic that may support immune health, focus and energy, as well as providing antioxidants and boostine endocrine and immune functions. Pine pollen is collected within the pollen-saturated cones, tiny grains on male cones that collect within the cone for harvesting. Pine Pollen, also known as Pinus massoniana pine tree species are native to Asian countries and also western europe but can be collected from several areas, including the United States. Pine pollen is not only helpful for humans but also feeds the soil, plants and animals who eat pollen dusted foods. Pine pollen also contains testosterone and may help balance the ratio of sex hormones, androgen and estrogen, making it a bio-available and dual-directional hormone support tonic. Pine pollen has shown to help hormonal fluctuations that happen with age, since as we get older we produce significantly less testosterone. Pine Pollen works to help balance higher amounts of xenoestrogens, and is considered an androgenic food. For people worried about pollen allergies, they should consider the information provided by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious disease, which states: “pine tree pollen is produced in large amounts by a common tree, but it is not a major cause of pollen allergies for most people. This is because the components in pine pollen are less likely to cause an allergic reaction."Resources
How to useInvitations for UseMix 1 gram in water, tea, a smoothie or enjoy by itself.Invitations for UseMix 1 gram in water, tea, a smoothie or enjoy by itself.Pine Pollen Quinoa Salad
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