Pollen is a natural protein food
The main effects of pollen:
- Strengthens the immune system and body, high mineral content.
- Improves the immune system, strengthens the body's defenses and has a - high mineral content
- Digestive disorders
- Against diabetes
- sex stimulant, impotence, prostate problems
- antidepressant, nervine
What is pollen?
Pollen is a concentrated food collected by bees directly from flowers. The color of pollen varies depending on the plant it comes from. It can be very light golden yellow, dark brown or even black. It has a sweet, characteristic odor.
Pollen is a protein food in the strictest sense of the word. It contains almost all the proteins essential to the body, including the essential amino acids: histidine, tryptophan, methiamine, leucine, lysine, lubamic acid, cystine, etc. Pollen contains 20 of the 22 amino acids. It has been proven that pollen contains as many amino acids as half a kilogram of beef or 7 eggs, i.e. 30 grams of pollen can meet the daily amino acid requirements of an adult human.
It also contains a considerable amount of mainly "B" group vitamins: riboflavin (vitamin G), pridoxin (vitamin B6), thiamine (vitamin B1), nicotinamide, pantothenic acid, and to a lesser extent provitamins C and A, folic acid and vitamin P.
It contains almost a hundred enzymes (phosphatase, amylase and interase) and essential minerals (iron, copper, sulfur, sodium, potassium, calcium, magnesium, manganese, zinc, chromium, nickel, selenium, cobalt, lithium). Among the fatty substances, cholesterol and various fatty acids are important, and among the carbohydrates, the monosaccharides: glucose and fructose.
Why is pollen good?
Pollen is not a medicine, but those who consume it can discover a wonderful healing potential.
Doctors are increasingly concerned about the negative side effects of medicines, so more and more people are returning to nature's medicines by testing scientific tools.
Today, pollen is increasingly recommended because its natural components are directly utilized by the human body.
Almost half of pollen consists of digestible protein. For people who eat a completely plant-based diet, it is almost a must, as it makes up for the missing proteins.
Egg white is recommended as an appetizer in eating disorders, liver disorders, digestive disorders and in anemia. It is also recommended in chronic protein breakdowns (e.g. hepatitis), cases of mental and physical exhaustion, convalescents.
The pollen is beneficial for digestive organs, intestinal function, restoration of potency, and is also effective in combating nervous disorders, psychological depression, glandular disorders and diabetes.
It is effective in weakness, malnutrition, immunodeficiency, regulates digestion, is effective in anorexia, diarrhea and constipation, helps liver disorders, stimulates metabolism and endocrine gland function, promotes blood formation, lowers cholesterol, strengthens the heart muscle, helps detoxification.
Pollen contains 2.71-14.44% fat, 20% of which is unsaturated fatty acids, and in combination with vitamins inhibits the probability of atherosclerosis. Thus, by consuming pollen and honey together, the fats are burned along with the carbohydrates and sugars in honey. This is also how bees feed themselves.
Pollen is highly effective for stomach and intestinal disorders, especially colitis, diarrhea and constipation.
It also has a positive effect on respiratory diseases (bronchitis, tracheitis, asthma).
It can also be used effectively in nervousness, hypertension, anemia, gout and to prevent strokes.
Guemes Diaz F. in Apiacta No. 1, 1975 recommends a pollen cure for patients with prostate problems. They achieved a 90% success rate with their patients.
Pollen mixed with honey in a ratio of 1:1 and 1:2 has been used with fairly good results in cases of irregular function of the nervous and endocrine glandular systems and hypertension.
The daily dose is 10-20 grams, 2-3 x 1 teaspoon, before meals.
Pollen is easily usable by the human body. Pollen provides the human body with the best substances found in nature.
Pollen should be stored in a dry place in a tightly closed container or bag.