Pine Pollen Tincture
Pine trees produce a high volume of pollen every spring, blanketing the ground and acting as fertilizer for all the plants in its ecosystem. We could call pine pollen a spring tonic for the forest itself. It has been consumed as a food by many native tribes in North America for centuries and is considered one of nature’s most nutrient dense substances. In the body it is a powerful tonic with adaptogenic properties, helping balance the androgen/estrogen ratios in the body. Modulating endocrine and hormonal imbalances, improving immune function, and reducing inflammation. As an anti-oxidant, pine pollen stimulates the production of superoxide dismutase (SOD), a strong free radical scavenger in the liver, heart, and brain. It has also been shown to lower cholesterol and stimulate liver regeneration. Overall it enhances the body’s functions.
Made with organic cane alcohol, distilled water and Pine Pollen, (Pinus massoniana), 60% alcohol (1:4)
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