Elemental Wizdom 7 Schools: Resurrection *Pine Pollen Tincture"
Cracked Cell Pine Pollen, Black Ginger (Kaempferia Parviflora), Full Spectrum Cannabidiol, Cane Ethanol, Distilled H20
A natural support to boost Testosterone production.
- Sharper focus and cognitive function*
- Increased sexual drive and performance*
- Decrease the effects of aging*
- Reduce systemic inflammation*
- Liver support*
- Supports lean muscle growth*
What is Pine Pollen?
Pine Pollen is a powdery substance made up of grains discharged from the male part of the pine cone of tree species such as from Pinus massoniana. Pine Pollen naturally contains bioavailable forms of androgenic hormones like testosterone, DHEA (dehydroepiandrosterone), and epitestosterone. Pine pollen is rich in DHEA, which plays a crucial role in hormone production in the body. DHEA imbalances can lead to such conditions as depression, weight gain, hormonal imbalances, and cognitive issues. Additionally, Pine Pollen also contains a wide variety of other phyto-steroidal compounds. It is a good source of minerals such as potassium, sodium, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, iron, manganese, copper, zinc and selenium. What makes pine pollen so unique is that instead of simply providing you a boost of testosterone, it actually promotes your body's ability to build its own.*
The Power of Pine Pollen
Pine pollen acts as a powerful natural anti inflammatory. Inflammation is one of the primary factors contributing to erectile dysfunction in men.*
The pollen is considerably more potent as an extract when taken for these purposes and can be specifically useful for middle aged adults, between 40-50, and the hormonal fluctuations that occur with the aging process. Men in particular, usually by the age of 50, produce substantially less testosterone. This is especially true after male "andropause".*
Lean Muscle Growth
One of the most desired benefits of Pine Pollen for men is it’s natural support of the growth and maintenance of lean muscle as well as optimal levels of testosterone. The natural hormones found in pine pollen provide the body with a supplemental source of the essential hormones necessary to grow and maintain lean muscle. The phytoandrogens are the reason that pine pollen is so sought after as a workout supplement.*
Organ Support, Anti-Aging and Anti-Viral
Pine pollen has loads of sterols, which are naturally occurring plant steroids. Phytoandrogens are very rare nutrients to find, especially from a plant basked source. Brassinolide improves liver function , Castasterone is a strong antiviral , and Gibberellins help regulate prostate size.*
Pine Pollen along with Black ginger may be one of the most powerful combinations for slowing down the aging process by improving immune function and lowering the systemic inflammation that often leads to cellular oxidation. These extracts have been used in China for thousands of years as an anti-inflammatory treatment, as a way to clean up free radicals, and to slow the aging process.*
Some properties of pine pollen that may slow the aging process include:
Increasing levels of superoxide dismutase (SOD), one of the bodies master antioxidants; Increasing glutathione levels, which helps to detoxify environmental pollutants and oxidative stress from the body; and, reducing lipofuscin deposits which effect the heart, brain, and liver.*
Mood and Cognitive Function
Pine pollen contains phenylalanine. Phenylalanine is a nutrient that’s important for maintaining mood. It is a component of many of the neurotransmitters that are used to help maintain a positive outlook and support mental health.*
Phenylalanine is one of the precursor compounds for dopamine, which is the main neurotransmitter associated with mood, motivation, and wellbeing. When we feel accomplished or satisfied, our brain is releasing a surge of dopamine. This in turn renders pine pollen as a natural treatment for depression.*
Having a good source of phenylalanine in your body supports your brain’s ability to produce dopamine. This is particularly useful if you suffer from a dopamine imbalance due to stress and unhappiness.*
Improved Blood Flow
Pine pollen’s optimal source of amino acids and antioxidants help regulate levels of stress hormones in the body and encourage the proper flow of blood. This also aids in helping the reduction of high blood pressure.*
Healthy blood flow supports brain and organs oxygenation. Foods like pine pollen, that improve the oxygenation of the brain, are known to help improve cognitive function as well as organ optimization.*
Pine Pollen Precautions
Generally, pine pollen as a supplement is not recommended for children and should be avoided by male adolescents, who on average naturally produce healthy amounts of testosterone. While pine pollen is not normally the cause of allergies for most people, it may induce an allergic response in certain individuals and are best avoided internally under such circumstances.*
Just like anything that you’re putting into your body, it is important to make sure that you are aware of the potential side effects of consuming pine pollen. While it’s generally considered a superfood, even the healthiest foods can cause adverse reactions.*
One thing to be cautious of is allergic reactions. If you have serious allergies to tree nuts, pollen, or the bark of certain trees, you may want to avoid consuming pine pollen.*
It is also important to start using pine pollen in small amounts, regardless of whether you have hormonal problems or not. It is possible that large amounts of phyto-androgens could upset the balance of your hormonal system if it is already balanced.*
Do not use pine pollen if you are already taking other supplements for your hormones.*
A number of articles about pine pollen call it miraculous and the secret to longevity. It can provide essential nutrients and replace pharmacological hormone regulating products. Relying on a natural remedy is always a safer decision. It lacks side effects caused by unnatural remedies, restores balance and provides various additional health benefits that should be taken into consideration.*
Studies and Links
- Effect of pine pollen extract on experimental chronic arthritis.
- Preliminary Characterization, Antioxidant and Hepatoprotective Activities of Polysaccharides from Taishan Pinus massoniana Pollen
- Antiaging Effect of Pine Pollen in Human Diploid Fibroblasts and in a Mouse Model Induced by D-Galactose
- Antioxidant and antiinflammatory activity of pine pollen extract in vitro.
- Ginger and Testosterone
- Effect of ginger (Zingiber officinale) on semen quality.
- Effects of sulfated polysaccharide from Masson pine (Pinus massoniana) pollen on the proliferation and cell cycle of HepG2 cells