Pollen Allergy Treatment

Pollen is one of the ingredients of the bee diet. Constructed from male germinal plants (spermatofitis), it appears as a fine powder of yellow or light brown.

Worked bees, traveling flowering in bloom, collect pollen in special “baskets” placed on their paws; pollen attacks the insects and can be transported by allowing them to reproduce the plants.

Bee Pollen and Allergy to Pollen

Free pollen in the air is the main agent charged with the onset of respiratory allergies!

Pollen harvested by bees is the excellent remedy in the treatment of allergies!

Paradoxically, pollen collected from bees is recognized as a desensitizer in the case of seasonal allergies, manifested in allergic rhinitis.

What is the explanation of this mechanism?

In the case of an allergic reaction, the calcium channels located in the membranes of some specialized cells called mast cells, open in the presence of the allergen.
This opening allows access within the calcium cells, resulting in degranulation of mast cells, a phenomenon accompanied by the release of histamine, a strong mediator of the allergic reaction.

During the desensitization, the calcium channels remain closed under the effect of pollen flavonoids.
Afterwards, mast cells no longer release histamine, thus blocking the symptoms of allergic reaction.
Allergies can be eliminated thanks to the complementary action of calcium, aspartic acid and vitamin C in pollen.

People with known allergies to pollen who want to use apical products to do desensitisations with what is known as “specific immunotherapy for allergic diseases” can take these products.

“Specific immunotherapy” refers to a special form of allergy treatment, consisting in the gradual increase in allergen doses, by administering it orally, with the purpose of reprogramming specific immunity (from allergy to tolerance).

The effectiveness of specific immunotherapy is well documented for allergy to bee poison, pollinosis and allergic bronchial asthma.

Pollen Allergy Treatment

The Pollen Therapeutic Properties in 9 points

1. The Composition

Pollen is used as a reconstitute because it is a complete food, rich in protein (6-30%), amino acids (15-22%), lipids (1-10%), unsaturated fatty acids and sterols, carbohydrates (up to 50 % in the dry state), simple sugars (4-10%), water (12-20%), vitamins (vit.C, A, acuptenotenic, acyclovir, complex B), enzymes, hormones, antibiotic factors, minerals (iron, calcium, potassium and zinc) and flavonoids.

2. Large Iron, Energy, and Protein Inlet Properties

In the core of its cell, pollen encloses the secret of life: DNA and RNA molecules that establish the vital function of all cells, thanks to these substances strengthens and nourishes the entire organism, fights the states of psychophysical fatigue, revealing a great adaptogen and antioxidant.

Used by athletes to increase fatigue resistance and muscular effort, it is used in the physical activity of athletes for the intake of carbohydrates and lipids but above all as a source of protein, iron and essential amino acids superior to those of meat, eggs and cheese, which justify toning and anabolic properties.

These same substances combined with the significant presence of iron, in a highly available molecular form for our organism, give pollen nutritional and antianemic virtues.

Pollen, thanks to its large iron intake, is especially recommended for women as it lends itself as a great natural supplement.

3. Calcium and vitamins for adults and children

Its use is recommended in children’s growth disorders, thanks to calcium and vitamins, which fight bone decalcification, rickets, growth retardation, anemia, anorexia, lack of appetite, thinness and iron deficiency.

4. An extra gear for the Brain

About half of the amino acids are particularly important for brain activity because they provide a valid and effective nutritional contribution to the central nervous system. These nutritional principles improve metabolism and enhance intellectual performance, psycho-motor and mnemonic functions, fundamental during exam preparation, and in the elderly.

In adults then it stimulates all of the vital vital functions: it corrects and regulates endocrine imbalances.

5. A powerful anti-stress and antidepressant

When the states of stress and fatigue that we are subjected to, exhaust all our energies, causing asthenia, decreased libido, anxiety and depression, pollen is extremely effective to restore energy vitality and vigor and to awaken the senses.

6. A Shield for the Heart and Seasonal Maladies

Flavonoids, powerful antioxidants in pollen, counteract the onset of cardiovascular disease because they lower cholesterol, stabilize and strengthen capillaries, reduce inflammation, and fight the formation of free radicals responsible for cellular aging. In particular, quercetin plays an immunomodulatory action and is therefore very useful in the treatment of asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, bronchitis, sinusitis, colds, fever and allergy.

7. A defense against bacteria

In contrast to antibiotics, pollen does not directly attack pathogens, but rather stimulates and strengthens the immune system against these microorganisms, it helps normalize bacterial flora (70% of our defenses are here), regulating intestinal activity , regulating episodes of constipation and diarrhea, favoring digestion and elimination of intestinal gases.

8. A good anti-inflammatory and antitumor

Pollen is an effective remedy for prostate hypertrophy due to the presence of bioflavonoids that act as an anti-inflammatory and inhibitory activity of prostate tissue growth, which can reduce the pain, congestion and risk of prostate cancer.
In addition pollen tones capillaries, helping varicose veins, venous insufficiency, hemorrhoids, and hypertension.

9. When to take it

It must be taken to Morning to Digiune … and, always and exclusively of biological origin. Recycle that pollen was not a pesticide concentrate! (for Therapy patients pollen is replaced by yogurth as a support to the immune system in cases where dairy products are not tolerated).

Its intake is recommended

Beekeepers have the lowest incidence of cancer among all jobs around the world. This fact was recognized in the New York Cancer Research Institute’s annual report in 1965.

Almost half a century ago, the Journal of the National Cancer Institute, Vol. 9 (2), Oct. 1948, published a report by Dr. William Robinson, who argued that bee pollen added to food (in the ratio of 1 part of 10,000) prevented or delayed the onset of malignant breast cancer.

Dr. L. Hayes had the courage to announce, “Bees sterilize pollen by means of an antagonist glandular secretion to tumors.” Other doctors, including Dr. Sigmund Schmid and Dr. Ernesto Contreras agree that there is something in pollen that works against cancer.

Dr. W. Schweisheimer also said that scientists at the Cancer Institute in Berlin, Germany, had never met a bee-keeper with cancer.
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