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Tea Bee Pollen Powder

【Botanical Source】: Camellia sinensis  【Particle Size】: 200 mesh 【Appearance】: Light yellow fine powder 【Specification】: Cell-broken ratio>98%; Protein>15% 


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Raw Tea (Camellia sinensis) pollen is mainly produced during Sept. to Nov. in Southeast China districts like Zhejiang, Anhui, Jiangsu and Jiangxi Provinces. Fresh Tea (Camellia sinensis) pollen has characteristic smell of tea leaf with a bit sweet taste and reddish orange or yellow appearance. Tea (Camellia sinensis) pollen is rich in protein, amino acids, fatty acids, vitamins, active enzymes and other variety of effective active ingredients. It is traditionally used to refresh head and eyes, erase polydipsia, reduce phlegm, as a diuretic and antidote and so on in China.

The Health Benefits of our Camellia Sinensis Pollen Include:
*Boosts hematopoiesis (red blood cell production);
*Relieves fatigue;
*Increases proper body detoxification;
*Strengthens memory and mental function (burns brain fog);
*Improves sleep quality;
*Improves Immune System Functioning;
*Anti-Aging effects on the skin;
*Restores healthy incretion of the Endocrine System (normal hormone production);
*Normalizes weight;
*Reverse Anemia;
*Maintain bone health and vitality;
*Generates a sense of satiety;
*Aids in the body’s natural defense against cancer cells.

Nutrition Facts of Tea (Camellia sinensis) Pollen:
Tea (Camellia sinensis) pollen contains rich nutrition, including 22 kinds of amino acids and 8 of them are necessary for human health with 5-8 times higher content than royal jelly, 10 kinds or vitamins, more than 20 kinds of microelements, around 100 kinds active enzymes, pollen polysaccharides and carotene which has function of anti-cancer. With a cooperative function, Tea (Camellia sinensis) pollen could inhibit hypercholesteremia and atherosis, help recovery after chemotherapy treatment for malignant tumor surgery, treat Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia, improve body anoxia tolerance and help figh fatigue.

Active ingredients contained as tea polysaccharides, polyphenol, amino acids, vitamins, SOD and CAT in Tea (Camellia sinensis) pollen has the function of detoxification, bacteria inhibition, delaying senescence, cancer resistance and Immunity enhancement.

Tea (Camellia sinensis) pollen actually is the male cell together with some bee secretion and honey collected by bees. The amino acids content could account for 23.57% in average which is the highest compared with other pollens. Meanwhile, it is rich in microelements-manganese content being 30 times higher than other pollens and chromium content being 10 times higher than other pollens.

And in recent years’ medical study, lacking of chromium may result in cancer and atherosclerosis; therefore tea (Camellia sinensis) pollen is a preferred pollen for treatment atherosclerosis and tumor. Manganese, cobalt and chromium have important relations with tumor occurrence and human aging, while zinc could promote human mentality enhancement. Below sheet gives a general idea how is the nutrition in tea pollen compared with our daily food:

Benefits of Tea (Camellia sinensis) Pollen:
1.Improve immune function
Tea Pollen is rich in proteins , amino acids, carbohydrates and vegetable fat that can create new cells and replenish large number of cells  consumed due to mental& physical labor and exercise.

2.Protect the heart and lower blood pressure
Selenium, active enzyme, biotin (VH), copper, magnesium, iron, zinc, titanium, calcium in tea pollen can enhance cellular detoxification capacity, phagocytic capacity, coordination, strengthen the body’s resistance to harmful substances. Nucleic acid in tea pollen can effectively protect normal cells, reject cancer cells.

3.Balance weight
Tea pollen is rich in natural vitamins, minerals and nucleic acids, which can promote the metabolism of fat for energy release; therefore it is called  body’s “balance agent.”

4.Detoxification function
Tea pollen is rich in nucleic acids to enhance liver function  and increase its capacity to produce nucleic acid while amino acids in tea pollen can enhance liver detoxification capacity.

5.Endocrine regulation and menopause improvement
Research shows that women in menopause, due to ovarian hormone secretion disorder, are easily having symptoms as boredom, vomiting, fatigue, sweating and so on. It could improve these symptoms by 89% if take tea pollen for 5g per time*3 times a day for 2 weeks.

6. Anti-aging function
Tea pollen contains 500 kinds of elements which can improve the activity of SOD, help to promote its synthesis in the human body, eliminate toxins and delay the aging.

7.Enhance memory, improve intelligence and boost sleep quality
Unsaturated fatty acids, phosphorus, and other active substances in tea pollen could nourish and enhance the nervous system, can promote adolescent nervous system development, enhance memory, prevent brain cell function decline, effectively improve insomnia, forgetfulness, headaches , nervousness and other symptoms.

8.Prevent stomatitis and getting cold
Vitamins B in tea pollen contains Nicotinic acid nutrients which have special effect on preventing stomatitis. Nucleic acid could inhibit reproduction of necrotic cells with obvious effect to treat trauma. Vitamin C in tea pollen can link body cells and help synthesis of ossein which could effectively prevent invasion of cold virus outside.

9.Promote body hematopoietic function and improve anemia
Copper, iron, magnesium, potassium and other hematopoietic substances in tea pollen can effectively improve the facial pale, fatigue and other symptoms of anemia.

10.Relieve fatigue and replenish strength
Tea pollen is rich in proteins needed to make new cells, amino acids, carbohydrates and vegetable fat which are needed for new cell production, to replenish energy due to mental & physical labour and exercises.

Instruction of Intake of Tea (Camellia sinensis) pollen
1).Taken before meals
Take approximately ten to thirty minutes before a meal, it will have a better absorption capacity together with honey.
2).No taking with hot water above 60 degrees Celsius
Water above sixty degrees Celsius will damage active enzymes, amino acids and vitamins, resulting in a worse effect.
3).Store in a cool place
Heat or direct sunlight will affect the quality of tea pollen; it should be kept in the refrigerator or a cool place instead.
For health care or cosmetic purpose: 5-10g(1-2tsp) a day;
For body invigoration(athlete): around 20g(4tsp) a day.
For disease treatment like prostatitis: 20g(4tsp) a day.

Major Bee Pollen Series:
1).Brassica flower bee pollen powder—Treatment of prostatitis.
2).Rose flower bee pollen powder— Regulate endocrine, retrench the facial skin and remove the spots as a beautifying ingredients.
3).Lotus flower bee pollen powder—Detoxify, cool the blood and regulate endocrine.
4).Tea (Camellia sinensis) pollen powder—Improve sleep, prevents and helps coronary heart disease.

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