Flower Pollen: Nature's Superfood | CookingDistrict.com

Flower Pollen: Nature's Superfood

It’s hard to believe, but pollen, the sticky powder found on the stamen of flowering plants, is one of nature’s most nourishing superfoods. It contains just about all the nutrients that humans require. Some folks even tout it as a miracle food.

Most of us are familiar with simple bee pollen, while it packs loads of benefits, can be contaminated by fungus, bacteria and other debris. Flower pollen is harvested mechanically direct from the plants and is much more powerful. It’s loaded with amino acids, vitamins, minerals, phytonutrients, nucleic acids, unsaturated fatty acids and long chain alcohols.

Some of the benefits of taking flower pollen include:

- enhanced physical performance
- relief for PMS symptoms
- treatment of benign prostate hyperplasia (a non-cancerous enlargement of the prostate gland)
- boosted immune system
- improved digestion
- liver support
- cell and organ nutrition

Many people prefer taking flower pollen over bee pollen because it’s non-allergenic and pure due to the fact that bee contaminants and bacteria have been eliminated during processing.


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