Pine Pollen

Pine pollen from cones on a pine tree.

Pine pollen is the yellow, powdery sperm cells of pine trees that is ejaculated from male pinecones or catkins in spring. Considered as ‘nature’s multi-vitamins’ pine pollen is rich in protein and natural testosterone (phyto-androgens) along with bioactive nutrients, hormones, vitamins, and minerals that include vitamin D3, and DHEA and other compounds that protect the pollen’s DNA against environmental damage. Pine Pollen has a long history of being wild-harvested and used in traditional medicine to support vital essence or ‘jing’ and serve as a master rejuvenator, adaptogen and anti-aging agent that improves energy, muscle mass, sexual function and libido.

References

Liang, S.-B., et al., The Potential effects and use of Chinese herbal medicine pine pollen (Pinus pollen): A bibliometric analysis of pharmacological and clinical studies. World Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 2020. 6(2): p. 163-170.

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