Pine Pollen Powder 48g
36 in stock
As many of you know, Pine Pollen powder is a personal favorite of mine.
With over 200 Bio-Active natural nutrients, Pine Pollen practically has everything the body needs, in a super-absorbable, nutrient-dense form. We are talking much more than just the simple vitamins and minerals to avoid deficiency; there are many other magical components to Pine Pollen, which you can see more about below. Pine Pollen is all-natural and is collected directly from Pine Trees, without any processing.
Pine Pollen has all three Omega 3, 6, and 9 fatty acids. It has Protein and over 18 Amino Acids. B Vitamins (B1, B2, B3, B6, B9) and even Vitamin D. Some of the “Magical” ingredients include, Polysaccharides, MSM, Resveratrol, Flavenoids, Proanthocyanidins, Coenzymes, Monosaccharides, Phytosterols, powerful enzymes, Rutin (Bioflavenoid), Nucleic Acids (Macromolecules DNA/RNA), Polyphenols, Quercitin, Ligin and many more.
Pine Pollen also contains a lot of those minerals that are hard to get, including Zinc, Selenium, Molybdenum, Calcium, Magnesium, Silicon, Manganese, Copper, Phosphorus, Sodium, Potassium, etc. Let’s just top it all off with a few more Vitamins, including Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Vitamin A and Inositol!
You can get all of these nutrients and more by simply intaking this natural, unprocessed superfood. It is literally just sustainably harvested right off the tree without any processing whatsoever! Additionally, this product seems to me to absorb almost instantaneously into the body, in a very short period of time. Ive never seen a food that digests so easily and has all three Omega Fatty Acids along with so many other elements to offer.
Pine Pollen usually lasts people quite a long time, as it is so concentrated – you only need a small amount per day, such as half a teaspoon. With it this high quality pine pollen being ‘At-Cost’, you have the ability to supe your family up with high quality micronutrients at a steal. It just melts in your mouth and absorbs immediately.
I’d truly have to say that Pine Pollen is up there as one of my favorite superfoods