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The Pine Pollen Tincture: The Best Choice for Increasing “T” Naturally

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If you're looking to take advantage of Pine Pollen's natural androgenic hormones and ability to support natural testosterone production, then the Pine Pollen Tincture is your best choice.

What is a Pine Pollen Tincture?

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A Pine Pollen Tincture is a highly concentrated liquid extract of Pine Pollen’s natural androgenic hormones, vitamins, and antioxidants.

Our Pine Pollen Tincture is special in that contains a full 1000 mg equivalent of the hormones and other plant based chemicals found in pine pollen. It really is something you need to experience for yourself.

The Pine Pollen Tincture can be thought of like tea, in that the raw pine pollen is soaked and brewed, extracting the key hormones and nutrients into the solution. The pollen is then filtered out leaving behind the concentrated liquid form of Pine Pollen's potent antioxidants, vitamins, and phyto-androgens (e.g., DHEA, Testosterone, etc.).

The Pine Pollen tincture "T" and other hormone support

Our Pine Pollen Extract Tincture is a special superfood that contains many plant-based hormones and precursors that are the same or similar to those produced by the human body.

As mentioned, the Pine Pollen Tincture is a liquid extract designed specifically to concentrate these beneficial components. The Pine Pollen Extract Tincture is the perfect superfood for those interested in:

  • Supporting the growth and maintenance of lean muscle
  • Boosting and supporting overall energy and vitality
  • Supporting normal healthy testosterone levels
  • Boosting sexual heath, libido, and “DRIVE"
  • Supporting the Immune System
  • Slowing the aging process
  • Supporting prostate health by helping reduce harmful estrogen levels

Why Use The Pine Pollen Tincture instead of the Powder or Capsule Form?

First off, Pine Pollen powder and capsules are both good choices for people who want to take full advantage of Pine Pollen's dense nutrition and unique phyto-androgen profile.

However, when consuming the raw Pine Pollen, some (a small amount) of the nutrients and potency of the Pine Pollen are lost through the digestive process and destroyed by the acids in the stomach.

When you use our Pine Pollen Tincture, the phyto-androgens and other key nutrients are absorbed directly into the blood stream through the soft tissues of the mouth, by-passing the digestive processes. This allows the body to instantly use a much higher concentration of the androgens and other nutrients available in the Pine Pollen Tincture.

In addition to this benefit, we believe our Pine Pollen Extract Tincture has a far superior taste to anything you will find on the market, which has a sweet, almost subtle black tea like taste.

How to Use Our Pine Pollen Tincture

Because of the higher absorption rate, the Pine Pollen Tincture is typically used by those specifically interested in taking advantage of Pine Pollen's unique ability to boost testosterone and support optimal hormone levels in the body*

When using the Pine Pollen Tincture you simply fill the dropper inside the bottle and place the Pine Pollen Tincture liquid under the tongue. You then hold it there for 1 to 2 minutes to allow the hormones and plant based nutrients to be absorbed into the blood stream through the mouth.

The remaining saliva and solution can then swallowed and absorbed through the liver and other normal digestive processes.

Conclusion:

The Pine Pollen Tincture is the best way to use Pine Pollen, especially if you are looking to support your testosterone levels naturally. Our Pine Pollen Tincture is manufactured in the USA in an FDA cGMP and National Food Safety lab, and is tested before and after bottling to ensure purity and potency. Try it today!

References and research on the benefits of pine pollen

  1. Clinical study of chrome-rich pine pollen in the treatment of type 2 diabetes, (Fang Zhaohui, see Translation 2019)
  2. Analysis of pharmacological effects and clinical application of pine pollen. (Sheng wise et al, 2018)
  3. Effects of Pine Pollen Extract in Relieving Hot Flushes in Sex Hormone-Deficienct Rats.  (Thisayakorn, 2017) 
  4. Androgenic and Anabolic Effects of Pinus tabulaeformis Carr Pollen in Clarias gariepinus. (Ausussto S Jr,  2017)
  5. Immune-Enhancing Effects of Taishan Pinus massoniana Pollen Polysaccharides on DNA Vaccine Expressing Bordetella avium ompA (Fujie Zhu, 2016)
  6. Effect of pine pollen extract on experimental chronic arthritis; (Axenov-Gribanov DV, 2016) 
  7. Analysis of human food safety and laxative function of pine pollen Wen Ping Jing, 2016)
  8. The protective effects of Masson pine pollen aqueous extract on CCl4-induced oxidative damage of human hepatic cells. Jin X, 2015)
  9. Characterization and Biological Activity of Taishan Pinus massoniana Pollen Polysaccharide In Vitro (Shifa Yang, 2015)
  10. Actinobacteria possessing antimicrobial and antioxidant activities isolated from the pollen of scots pine; (Gen-Xiang Mao, 2012)
  11. Antiaging Effect of Pine Pollen in Human Diploid Fibroblasts and in a Mouse Model Induced by D-Galactose (Gen-Xiang Mao, 2012)
  12. Pine pollen inhibits cell apoptosis-related protein expression in the cerebral cortex of mice with arsenic poisoning, Yanhong Luo, 2012)
  13. Anti-fatigue Effects of Flavone in Pinus Massoniana Pollen on Mice (WU Jing-jing,2010)
  14. Antioxidant and antiinflammatory activity of pine pollen extract in vitro. (Lee KH. (2009)
  15. Model Induced by D-Galactose Pine pollen polly-sacchrided on reactive oxygen species,(Lee KH1,2009)
  16. Allergenicity and cross-reactivity of pine pollen. (Gastaminza G, et al. ,2009)
  17. Effects of pine pollen polysaccharide and its sulfate on the production of ROS in cardiomyocytes (Geng Yue, 2007)
  18. Effective Components and Pharmacological Function of Pine Pollen (He Xiaoyan, 2007)
  19. Chen Wei; Study on Extraction and Determination of Choline in Pine Pollen ( Li Ying ;2006)
  20. Pine pollen hits cell defense Yan Zhenli, 2006)
  21. Analysis of pine pollen by using FTIR, SEM and energy-dispersive X-ray analysis. (Guang Pu, 2005)
  22. Interventional effects of pine pollen in rats with hyperplasia of prostate, (T. Cong, 2005)
  23. Analysis of pharmacological effects and clinical application of pine pollen in combination with other Chinese patent formulas in clinical trials. (In benign prostatic hyperplasia: Wang Fuchang, 2004, and in primary hypertention, Hu Guocan et al 2005)
  24. The mechanism and clinical application of pine pollen. (Zhao Lixin, 2004)
  25. Vitamin D and its metabolites in the pollen of pine. Part 5: Steroid hormones in the pollen of pine species. Pharmazie. (Saden-Krehula M, Tajíć M.1987) 
  26. Bio-identical phytoandrogens in the pollen of Scotch pine P. silvestris L. (Li J, Zhang Z, 1971 )
  27. More on Pine Pollen Research

Disclaimer:

Our Pine Pollen Tincture may not be suitable for everyone. Always consult your health care provider prior to starting any supplement regimen, especially if you are currently on prescription medication.