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Flower pollen and (prostate) health

What is Flower Pollen

Pollen is created when plants produce flowers. It is the male germ seed (sperm) of plants. Pollination occurs when the pollen is carried by bees, wind, or other means from the flower's stamen to the stigma of another flower's pistil.

Fertilization results when the pollen reaches the "ovary" of the plant. This is when a seed is created. Without this process there wouldn't be any plant life on earth--flowers, fruits, vegetables, trees, etc.

Pollen is microscopic. So small, it would take almost 10,000 pollen grains to cover the size of your thumbnail. Each grain has an almost impenetrable outer shell. On the inside of the shell is where the nutrients are found.
Think of a seed (such as sunflower seed) or a nut that has an outer shell with the “meat” or other nutrients inside.

Each pollen grain has tiny germinal opening called hilas. These openings are used by the seed to bring forth sprouts.

History of Flower Pollen

Flower pollen extract has an extremely rich history, first used in Sweden where it has shown tremendous health aid for both men and women. Flower pollen extract is entirely different from bee pollen. Flower pollen extract is made up of several strains of specific organic grass and flower plants, which is the reproductive fluid of the plant, which has spiky coating, dust, fungi, and other allergens removed. This liberates the potent nutritional portion that fertilizes grasses and plants, virtually eliminating any of the allergenic effects that are associated with raw pollen.

Flower pollen extracts are gathered directly from plants in the field, as the husks that contain bacteria, fungi, toxins, and pollutants that cause hay fever and other allergies are removed through an enzyme-based process. By using non-toxic methods, both the water and fat-soluble portions are obtained which are rich in vitamins, minerals, carotenoids, amino acids, enzymes, proteins, phytosterols, lipids, ribonucleic acids, peptides, and fatty acids. Surprisingly, flower pollen extract is unusually rich in all of these nutrients, as well as many others.

Why Should I Take Flower Pollen?

Flower pollen contains nearly every known nutrient, everything needed to sustain plant life. It must be considered the purest possible food.  Since the beginning of time, flower pollen has been the perfect food source. Flower Pollen is organic, truly natural, and contains many times more nutrients than even those “multi vitamins” do. The body needs every one of these nutrients found in Flower Pollen to sustain a healthy life.

How Flower pollen differs from Bee Pollen

Flower pollen extract should not be confused with the bee pollen that is sold at health food stores, as flower pollen extract is harvested hours before the bees arrive and is collected from specific plants that are grown in specific greenhouses or fields. Bees go from plant to plant, making their pollen an eclectic mixture, so it is hard to create a therapeutic effect from a supplement of such uncertainty, but flower pollen uses very specific extracts.
Read a separate article describing the difference between Flower versus Bee pollens.

How Somalab Incorporates Flower Pollen in Its Proprietary Blend, Cernate

Somalab's Cernate blend is made up of a selected graminacea flower pollen (Cerniltin), a well-known flower pollen extract originating in Sweden. Used throughout Europe for generations to enhance sexual capacity in men by strengthening the prostate gland and its surrounding muscles, Cernate is harvested from inside the seed husk, stripped of all allergens, is toxin-free, and is proven to be safe and effective. This Swedish flower pollen extract is the active ingredient in Serogen Somalab's original "rope"-inducing daily supplement for men.

Somalab has, in essence, improved on the Cernitin blend, introducing Cernate in a highly concentrated form and maximizing the dosage in a tablet form, making Serogen one of the most effective male orgasm intensifiers and prostate strengtheners on the market.

A Partial Chemical Analysis of Cernate, Somalab's proprietary blend of Swedish flower Pollen Extract

VitaminsMineralsFlavinoidsGrowth Regulators
Provitamin A
B1 Thiamine
B2 Riboflavin
Niacin
B6 Pyridoxine
Pantothenic Acid
Biotin
B12
Folic Acid
Vitamin C
Vitamin D
Vitamin E
Vitamin K
Boron
Calcium
Chlorine
Chromium
Copper
Iodine
Iron
Magnesium
Manganese
Molybdenum
Phosphorus
Potassium
Silicon
Sodium
Sulphur
Titanium
Zinc
Apigenin
Dihydrokaempferol
Dihydroxquercetin
Isorhamnetic
Kaempferol
Luteolin
Myricetin
Naringenin
Quercetin
Rutin
Auxins
Brassins
Gibberellins
Kinins
Amino AcidAmino Acids (cont.)Fatty AcidsCarotenoids
Alanine
Alpha-Amino-Butyric-Acid
Arginine
Asparagine
Aspartic Acid
Cysteine
Cystine
Gluatamic Acid
Glutamine
Glycine
Histidine
Hydroxyproline
Isoleucine
Lysine
Methionine
Phenlylalanine
Proline
Serine
Threonine
Tryptophan
Tyrosine
Valine
Caprylic
Lauric
Myristic
Myristoleic
Pentadecanoic
Pentadecenoic
Palmitic
Palmitoleic
Heptadecanoic
Heptadecenoic
Stearic
Oleic
Linoleic
Linolenic
Arachidic
Eicosenoic
Eicosadienoic
Eicosatrienoic
Arachidonic
Beta-carotene
Xanthophylls(including
Cantaxanthin)
Zeaxanthin
Lycopene
Crocetin
Lipids:
Lecithin
Lysolecithin
Phosphotidly
Inositol
Phosphatidylcholine
Monoglycerides
Lipids (cont.)Free fatty acidsSugarsAND
Diglycerides
Triglycerides
Sherols
Hydrocarbons
Arabinose
Fructose
Fucose
Galactose
Glusoronolactone
Glucose
Hexasamine
Maltose
Maltotetratose
Maltotriose
Mannose
Raffinose
Rhamnose
Ribose
Stachyose
Sucrose
Xylitole
Xylogalacturonan
Xylose
Phytosterols:
Fucosterol
Beta-sitosterol
Stigmasterol
Campesterol
Estrone
HydroCarbons:
n-pentacosane
n-heptocosane
n-nonacosane
n-tricosance
myo-inositol
Pinitol
Sequitol
Amines
Chlorophyll
Guanine
Hexodecanal
Hypoxalthine
Nuclein
Nucleosides
Nucleic Acids
Pentosans
Tarpenes
Vernine
Xanthine

Additional links of interest for "flower pollen":

What is flower pollen extract
Swedish flower pollen
HealthyProstate.org