Each flower produces a unique pollen that reflects the its qualities.
All pollens contain varying quatities of:
Essential amino acids, vitamins c and E, and many B vitamins
Various minerals: calcium, copper, magnesium, boron, iron, etc ...
Natural antioxidants (polyphenols and carotenoids, lutein, zéaxanthine, rutin)
Phytosterols: molecules that prevent the absorbtion of cholesterol, enzymes and lactic acid
Fresh pollen has a large amount of lactic acid bacteria the comes specifically from honeybees.
Antioxidant molecules are also present in great quantities. Their presence reduces free radicals and the aging of cells.
More than 80 active enzymes which help balance the intestines have been identified in the fresh pollen.