Rye Pollen

Also indexed as:Pollen, Rye
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How to Use It

Research on a proprietary rye pollen extract has used 3 to 6 tablets, or 4 capsules, per day.

Where to Find It

Most noncultivated plants produce pollen. Commercial pollen is collected from bees returning to their hives (bee pollen) or may be directly harvested with machines (flower pollen). It is not clear which plants produce the most effective pollens. In addition to rye, other common pollens used are timothy grass, corn, and pine.

Possible Deficiencies

Since pollen is not an essential bodily constituent, deficiencies do not occur.

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