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January 07, 2018 2 min read 5 Comments

Live cell Pine pollen is a mild-tasting superfood powder that lends itself to an array of daily recipes; From teas to cooked pastry, in raw food recipes and smoothies to fermented products and ice-cream, it's food utility as is endless. 

This marvellous golden powder is crown of the Canadian pine forests. It is a game-changer in the field of longevity, andropause and menopause. It lends a new edge to athletic performance and muscle regeneration.    

For our Die heart fans who demanded a bulk supply, we are now offering bulk pine pollen in 1kg (2.2 Lb) for individual-purchase.

"But, how long will a 1kg (2.2 lbs.) of premium whole-cell pine pollen last me?"

So the short answer is that this bulk pine pollen powder will last you six months to one year.

The long answer goes to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), and its recommended use as a stand-alone tonic to reduce dampness (which according to TCM philosophy accumulated in the body from recurring infections or in the process of ageing). The recorded texts recommend 5 grams a day for the purpose of longevity and topical application as a poultice for external wounds.

If you are weight lifting and bulking on muscle you might want to take two to three servings per day. In contrast, if pine pollen is an addition to a regime of supplements and other superfoods in your diet, then as little as one gram serving might be sufficient for you also.

Another thing to consider about natural phytosterols and bio-identical androgens in the pollen powder is that they influence the internal machinery of the cells to direct DNA and RNA synthesis to bring about healthy changes.  But continued use of any plant tonic and adaptogen that acts in this manner can result in resistance. 

This is why I like pulsing my pine pollen powder: 5 days on, 2 days off.  The weekdays is where I can use the pep and the mental clarity I get at work. Pine pollen in brewed loose leaf black tea, with a pinch of saffron and a dab of honey; my "Warrior Drink." 

5 Responses

Saeid Mushtagh
Saeid Mushtagh

August 10, 2019

HI Cullen
Thank you. Certainly, our product are now Certified for export globally. You can reach us at info@canadianpinepollen.com With the message line; new account set up, and one of us in the team will get back to you.

Saeid Mushtagh
Saeid Mushtagh

August 09, 2019

Hi Terrel.

Thank you for asking.
We serve the pollen uncracked. Craking marginally improves the absorption of the carbs and proteins.
But this comes at the expense of oxidative damage to antioxidants and spoilage of phytohormone unless you keep the cracked pollen frozen and away from light.
The Whole-cell pine pollen goes through two cycles of germination. It fends for itself to stay viable for 14 months. Essentially this yar’s bloom seeds next year’s seed and another two years of maturity to pine nut. We like to harvest for an annual quota to keep out stock fresh at all times.
Couple other interesting facts about Pine pollen and whole-cell vs cracked-cells:
Traditional use of pine pollen is with heat. Essentially in baking, added to tea, and water extraction for medicine. The heat helps release the complex sugars: Pollysacchired that are immune-stimulating. You can cook the whole-cell pollen and get the same exact profile of molecules.

But if you are a raw fan: with the whole-cell pine pollen that is properly dried and well preserved can be germinated easily. essentially you can leave a serving or two of the Canadian Pine Pollen in a full glass of water, and keep it overnight in a warm place. This makes the pollen germinate making it more potent in all the active molecules of the pollen. Additionally, because of the germanation tube is a fresh growth it will also have its own digestive enzymes and be as equally as accessible to the gut digestive enzymes as the craked pollen.

Jack
Jack

August 10, 2019

looking to buy large quantise and create a longterm supplier on this product and would like to know more about pricing and also harvesting etc… can you call this organic and I definitely don’t want no kind of synthetic version … Thanks Jack

Cullen Clark
Cullen Clark

August 09, 2019

Good Morning Team
My name is Cullen, I am an herbalist in Cape Town South Africa that would love to stock pine pollen as there are no suppliers here at the moment
Kindly send through wholesale pricing if possible
Kind regards
Cullen Taylor Clark

Terrel Bird
Terrel Bird

August 09, 2019

is this pine pollen Cracked?

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