Flower pollen is an essential ingredient in The New Jump Swing Athletic Nutrition program- Learn more 
G60  GFX
level dose
1500 mg/day 360 mg/day 18 mg/day
supported dose
1000 mg/day 240 mg/day 12 mg/day
supported dose
500 mg/day 120 mg/day 6 mg/day

Suggested Use:2 tablets, 3 times daily before meals with a glass of water.

Other Ingredients:

Microcrystalline cellulose, maltodextrin, calcium stearate, silicon dioxide colloidal, monocalcium phosphate, and gum arabic. No lactose, no gluten, no talc, no wheat, no soybeans, no dairy, no egg, no fish/shellfish, no peanuts/tree nuts.

Storage & Shelf-Life:

Recommended expiration dates are stamped on the product packaging. PollenAid™ has been researched to have a three year recommend shelf-life. Exposure to moisture may cause discoloration of the pollen extract but does not affect product potency.

 Backed by over forty years of clinical research for safety and efficacy, flower pollen extract has been shown to reduce the size and congestion of prostate cells (benign prostatic hypertrophy), improve urinary flow rate and clearance, as well as prohibit the production of DHT (dihydrotestosterone). DHT is a primary contributing factor in male pattern baldness.

Graminex Flower Pollen Extracts G63 are natural and organic cellular food supplements. G63 is made up of two portions (a water-soluble portion and an oil—or lipid-soluble portion).

Two fractions are isolated in the extraction:

G60: The water-soluble portion is called G60 and is standardized  according to specific levels of amino acids to contain not less than 6% of these vital nutrients.

GFX: The lipid-soluble portion is called GFX Flower Pollen (in powder form) and NAX (in paste form). The lipid portion is standardized according to specific phytosterols to contain not less 7% of these vital nutrients.

Beyond the standardized nutrients, Flower Pollen Extracts boast high levels of antioxidants according to the oxygen radical absorption capacity (ORAC) test, as well as enzymes, minerals, and other vitamins. Antioxidant use is supported by clinical studies as an indicated treatment in the fight against free radicals, which have been shown to create cellular destruction

* The statements contained on these pages have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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