Gives energy: The variety of nutrients it contains makes it a natural tonic, as the carbohydrates, proteins and vitamins B it contains. Thus will help you in daily running and enhance your stamina and saturation levels.
Soothes skin diseases: It is often used in products that treat inflammatory conditions and simple skin conditions such as eczema and psoriasis. Its amino acids and vitamins protect the skin and help regenerate the cells.
Helps the respiratory system: As it contains a high amount of antioxidants, it can also have an anti-inflammatory effect on the lung tissues as well, preventing the onset of asthma.
Heals allergies: Pollen leads to the recession of allergies. Dr. Leo Conway, M.D., reported that 94% of his patients were completely freed from allergies, just starting to consume pollen.
It does good in the digestive system: In addition to vitamins, minerals and proteins, it contains enzymes that can help in digestion.
Strengthens the body’s defense: With properties such as those of antibiotics, it protects the body against viruses, while due to its rich antioxidant action, it shields cells against free radicals.
Heals addictions: If used holistically it can suppress impulses.
Strengthens the cardiovascular system: Thanks to the large amounts of rutin it contains, strengthens the blood vessels and corrects cholesterol levels. It also helps prevent heart attack and stroke due to its strong anticoagulant properties.
Helps the prostate: Men suffering from benign hyperplasia can find a relief using pollen as it helps to reduce inflammation while stopping the urge to urinate.
Helps in infertility problems: Pollen stimulates and restores ovarian function, which can help speed pregnancy. In addition to boosting hormone production, it is an excellent aphrodisiac.