Top New Superfood - Wild Harvested Pine Pollen

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As natural health advocates, we spend much of our time exploring, testing and learning about natural foods and medicine. Two years ago we first learned about pine pollen from The Natural Testosterone Plan by Stephan Harrod Buhner. After that we spent time thoroughly researching about the history and health benefits.

Pine pollen (Songhua fen) has been taken both as a food and medicine for more than 2,400 years. First use of Pine pollen dates back to the Han Dynasty. Pine pollen is used to strengthen the physique, chi, and heart and bring one longevity. Ancient native people called it longevity pine pollen.

One amazing component of pine pollen is its ability to balance hormone levels in both male and female. Pine pollen has this ability due to its phyto-androgen properties. This helps regulate the additional estrogen levels in our bodies. Fact, testosterone levels are at the lowest its been for both males and females. inadequacies in testosterone are associated with diabetes, metabolic syndrome, obesity, and high blood pressure. final results of the study published in the online version of the journal Diabetes Care showed that 40 percent of obese participants had lower-than-normal testosterone readings. The percentage rose to 50 percent among obese men with diabetes. This is a considerable concern considering 1/3 of the US population is obese (CDC). Many components play into the weight issues among Americans, however, the largest being the over-consumption of phyto-estrogen in the overall lifestyle. In the American market place there is a vast majority of estrogen mimicking substances on the market. Such items include plastic (BPA), soy & flax. Check out any packaged food label and you are more likely to find soy as an ingredient.

Pine pollen contains true bio identical testosterone; it is exceedingly high in testosterone. Its possibly the only plant that contains this hormone at high levels. Also available in pine pollen is over 200 bioactive natural nutrients, minerals and vitamins in each serving. This includes Androstenedione & DHEA (body building, increase structure and longevity), SOD (Super oxide dismutase, repairs damaged DNA), complete amino acids, essential fatty acids, polysaccharides, MSM, vitamins such as A, D, E and the Bs, minerals such as calcium, copper, iron, zinc, selenium, and silicon, flavonoids, fiber, living enzymes and many more.
To recap additional benefits pine pollen will have on your body are regulation of low testosterone and excess estrogen, boost lung, skin, hair, heart and reproductive system (libido). Pine Pollen will also build the entire body (organs and tissues) and immune system.

Through our investigation of pine pollen, weve found it critical to share this amazing superfood with you. At Invincible Herbs our Pine Pollen is wild harvested. Our Pine Pollen is 100% pure and natural, straight from the tree and contains no chemicals, sugars, artificial colors, or preservatives. Our Pine Pollen is collected within a five day time period every year at the height of potency to maximize effectiveness and nutrient density. During the manufacturing process, a low-temperature, high-speed airflow pulverization process is used to break up 99.45% of the cellular material and, according to research, makes the pollen more easily digestible. We only sell cell wall broken pine pollen, which provides increase in digestibility of all its bioactive nutrients.

Pine pollen has a long history as being used as a food and medicine. The use of pine pollen is a new way to obtain vigorousness. Take it daily and you are guaranteed a healthy life.

Check our Pine Pollen Powder at Invincible Herbs

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One amazing component of pine pollen is its ability to balance hormone levels in both male and female. pine pollen contains actual bio identical testosterone; it is exceedingly high in testosterone. Its possibly the only plant that contains this hormone at high levels.

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This article was published on 2011/01/25