The Power Of Flower Pollen

Flower pollen is an essential ingredient in 

The New Jump Swing Athletic Nutrition program

PDN Vegetarianism




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

Latest research on Graminex flower pollen shows it to be effective for female urinary incontinence


1 Kilogram (2.2 pounds) pure bulk powder without excipients available to clients only!

 Graminex® Flower Pollen Extracts™ have a long-standing history of being scientifically supported for both safety and efficacy in over 35 human clinical studies. These extracts are used in various health applications, including prostate healthurinary functionimmune healthliver support, and menopausal support. Here are some key points about the safety and quality of Graminex® Flower Pollen Extracts™:

  1. Manufacturing Process: Graminex® follows the strictest certified Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP)guidelines in their certified facility. The manufacturing process is both cGMP certified and organic processing approved. Raw products are independently kosherpareve, and halal certified.
  2. Solvent-Free: Graminex® guarantees that their pollens are grown without the use of pesticidesfungicides, or other harsh field applications. All products are 100% guaranteed to be solvent-freeto meet stringent regulations12.
  3. Nutrient-Rich: Graminex® Flower Pollen Extracts™ provide a full spectrum of nutrients found inside the pollen grain without the allergens. These extracts contain natural essential and nonessential amino acids, phytosterols, fatty acids, flavonoids, carotenoids, vitamins, enzymes, and more.
  4. Mild Side Effects: In general, Rye Flower Pollen Extracts like Graminex® are well-toleratedby most people. However, it’s always important to consult with your doctor before taking any new herbal supplement. Reported side effects with Graminex® are fairly mild and may include stomach discomfort3.

Remember to seek professional advice before starting any new supplement, especially if you have specific health concerns. Always prioritize your well-being and safety! 

* 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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