The following information is an abstract from Stephen Harrod Buhner
Following herbs are some of the most powerful phyto-androgens known so far. The plant that contains the most testosterone (and other androgens) is, at this point, pine pollen. Over the past ten years I have experienced a great deal of benefit from it as have a great many men from whom I have heard. (Sources for all herbs, except David’s lily, are listed in the resource section at the end of the book.)
Natural Testosterone Enhancement Protocol:
Pine pollen tincture: 3/8 tsp, 3x daily
Nettle root: 1200 mg daily
Tribulus: 500 mg, 3x daily
Panax ginseng: 1/4 tsp daily
Tienchi ginseng: 1/3 tsp, 3x daily
Eleuthero: 1 tsp, 2x dailyPine (Pinus spp.) and Pine Pollen
Different species of pine trees have different common names: Scots or Scotch pine (Pinus sylvestris), black pine (Pinus nigra), Korean pine (Pinus koraiensis), masson pine (Pinus massonia), and Chinese pine, also known as Chinese oil pine and Chinese red pine (Pinus tabulaeformis). Pine pollen is also called songhuanfen (Chinese), songhwaju (Korean), and pollen pini (Latin). Note: A number of sources and Web sites translate pollen pini as “bee pollen” and sell bee pollen as pollen pini. This is incorrect. When looking for pine pollen, care must be taken that what is labeled as pollen pini really is pine pollen and not bee pollen.
Parts Used: All parts of the pine are used for medicine, including the pollen, bark, seeds, and needles. To increase testosterone in the body and balance the androgen/estrogen ratio, the pollen is the primary part used. It is very high in testosterone. To a lesser extent, the seeds may also be used for this purpose, with some caveats (see chapter 6). Although the bark is excellent for many things, it normally does not contain enough testosterone and other androgens to be of use for this purpose.
As pine pollen tablets can improve the testosterone level, it is commonly used by people for absorbing more nutrients together. If you would like to know more and how it can help, please visit our site at www.pinepollen.hk or respond to this blog .