Pollen contains carbohydrates, vitamins, essential amino acids, proteins, minerals, enzymes, etc., these are the nutrients necessary for the growth and development of the human body. The use of pollen normalizes metabolism, reduces nervousness, improves sleep and is recommended for patients during the recovery period after serious infectious diseases, injuries, operations.
The use of pollen normalizes the functions of the intestinal tract and the microflora. Antibacterial substances in pollen suppress the development of harmful microflora in the intestine and restore bacterial balance. To improve appetite, build strength, work capacity and strengthen the body's defenses.
Use: Recommended during or after meals. 20 g (1 tablespoon with a pile) a day, for children aged 3-5 years the dose is about 12 g (1 teaspoon with a pile) a day, and for children 6-12 years - 16 g (1 tablespoon) a day. For prophylaxis, the dose may be administered in the morning, or for therapeutic purposes, divided into three divided doses. When using pollen for 1-3 months as a course, it is recommended to eat at least 250-300 gr a year.