Our Canadian pine pollen is pure and whole, tree-to-jar wild-harvested in North America and packed with GMP and Organic Certifications here at home. We don’t import the raw ingredients from two continents afar only to jar it here, and we certainly don't break the cell walls before serving it to you. Cracking the cell walls removes pine pollen’s protective barrier exposing the nutrients inside to oxidation and loss of nutritional value.
Hand-harvested from the wild pine forests of British Columbia. Pine pollen powder is an unparalleled, nutrient-dense, unique superfood. A vegan alternative to bee pollen but better!
Whole-cell, live, raw pine pollen powder has 200+ bioactive phytonutrients.
- Take one to three teaspoons a day with tea, coffee, smoothies, or use in baking, ferment, and germinate.
- Keep refrigerated after opening. When frozen, shelf-life is five years.
- 30 servings / 70 servings
A PARTIAL LIST OF PINE POLLEN'S OTHER BIOACTIVE NUTRIENTS, ANTIOXIDANTS, AND ANTI-INFLAMMATORY MOLECULES INCLUDES:
The pollen grain carries everything it needs for germination. 15% amino acids, 1-2% lipids-sterols, various polyphenols and antioxidants, including 2% flavonoids, myoinositol, phosphatidylcholine, phosphatidylethanolamine, phosphatidylglycerol, phosphatidylserine, lignin, and various polysaccharides (complex sugars)—two of which are vital to immune health; arabinogalactan, and xylogalacturonan and on top of that boasts liver detoxifying agents like glutathione, MSM, SOD.
It also has vitamin D2/D3, magnesium, selenium, silicon, potassium, calcium, iron, strontium, phosphorus, sulphur, chlorine, manganese, and various other vitamins, minerals, and essential amino acids such as L-dopa and Arginine that help with blood flow and the nitric-oxide cycle.
Pine pollen health benefits come from a huge number of bioactive molecules needed for germination.
INGREDIENTS: 100% Raw, wildcrafted, non-cracked cell wall Ponderosa pine pollen powder.
Invitation for Use: Take 2-3 servings a day with tea, coffee, smoothies, or use in baking, ferment, and germinate.