This new-comer on the market is tea pollen, otherwise known as Camellia Sinensis Pollen. It is the pollen from the plants from which green tea leaves are used.
Green tea leaves is well known for its health benefits. In fact, its the most widely consumed tonic herb across the world. But the pollen is even better!
Like our pine pollen, this product is:
- Not irradiated
- No chemicals or preservatives added
- Wild harvested when its most potent
- Minimally processed at low temperatures for broken cell walls
Over 300 Proteins?!?
Yes, tea pollen may have one of the most complex arrays of proteins of any food on earth. These proteins work in a wide range of ways.
- Defense related functions
- Energy metabolism
- Cytoskeleton function
- Cell support with Nucleic Acid metabolism, Membrane transport, DNA and RNA Transcription
- Amino acid metabolism
- Stress response
- Protein metabolism
- Fat metabolism
- Other unknown functions
Wide Array of Nutrients
- B vitamins
- Vitamin C
- Nucleic acids
- Amino acides
- Active enzymes
Suitable for Everyone
While we believe that most people (children not included) can benefit from the phyto-androgens found in pine pollen, there are those that may want to steer clear of those effects.
The great news is that tea pollen is not androgenic. So you can get many of the same benefits as our pine pollen (as well as other ones) without introducing phyto-androgens into your body.
It has a wide array of vitamins, minerals, phtyo-nutrients, and amino acids (a complete protein source and then some).
Benefits of Tea Pollen
- Boosts energy
- Regulates weight
- Immune boosting
- Stress adapting
- Potent brain food
- Skin, hair and bone health
- Regulates healthy hormone production
- Relieves fatigue
- Improves anemia
- Protects the heart
- Strengthens liver function
The Tea Pollen is collected from the mountainous regions of China. We try to find suppliers that collect from pristine and unpolluted locations, as this adds to the benefits. The pollen’s are wild harvested then the pollen is processed at very low temperatures to crack the cell wall of the pollen, producing a superior product that is over 99% digestible.
There are roughly 50-60 teaspoons per 100 gram bag.
* These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
** We test all products on ourselves to verify the claims made by supplier’s and are in the process of getting them independently lab tested to verify contents. These products are not certified organic but would likely pass that inspection if it was paid for. GMO-Free.