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Pollen: natural ingredient of Robur

Composition and characteristics of the pollen

Besides the dozens of nutritional elements among which we find minerals, vitamins A, D and E and all representatives of group B, enzymes and co-enzymes, carbohydrates and fatty acids, at the same time the pollen is very rich in rutin which is a compound with the particularity of strengthening the capillaries.

Rutin essential component of the pollen

Pollen is one of the richest natural sources of rutin discovered so far. Rutin is a bioflavonoid belonging to the C group, which operates in synergy with vitamin C and other flavonoids such as quercetin and esperedina. At rutin is also recognized an anti-inflammatory, antiviral, anticancer and antimicrobial qualities.
The main effects of rutin, which may also explain some of the characteristics of the pollen, explain the reason for the improvement of the conditions of the body into a state of allergy through a reduction of production and release of histamine.

Rutin implements the state preservation of collagen, necessary for the maintenance of a good structure of the outer surface of the skin called epidermis. Rutin has an essential role in the absorption of vitamin C.
It also has the ability to facilitate the healing of wounds and strengthen blood capillaries and it is for this reason also recommended for the treatment of varicose veins, hemorr-
hoids and ulcerations. Rutin increases the possibilities of the body to fight against viral infections and prevent cancer.

Pollen RNA and DNA

The RNA and DNA are two nucleic acids and are found in pollen in large quantities. This two substances are present in all the activities involved in reproduction. Vitamin B12, which usually has no vegetable origin, is located in the pollen an extent important enough by ensuring that pollen has a particular value also for vegetarians. Linoleic acid is an essential fatty acid, is in turn well outlined in pollen.

Average composition per 100 g. fresh pollen

Water 60.5 g., Protein 20g., Fat 4.5 g., Sugars 15 g., Vitamin A, B vitamins, vitamin C, D, E, PP, K (virtually all known vitamins), salts minerals (calcium, manganese, phospho-
rus, iron, sodium, potassium, aluminum, magnesium, copper), trace elements (more than 25 trace elements make up 3.8% of the pollen and include all the essential trace element), lipids of which the most of the fats are essential fatty acids -70% alpha-linolenic (omega 3), 3-4% linoleic (omega 6), 16-17% monounsaturated and saturated fats, enzymes and co-enzymes, pantothenic acid, nicotinic acid, thiamine, riboflavin, ascorbic acid (vitamin C), pigments, xanthophyll, carotene, and sterols.