The main content of the previous article is about the application of bee pollen in health care, including: strengthening the body and brain, delaying aging, and improving immunity, mainly these three functions. Then today we will introduce the medical application of bee pollen.
Pharmacological effects of bee pollen
Bee pollen contains the following effective bioactive substances for the treatment of human diseases.
1. Flavonoids. Flavonoids have strong capillary, anti-arteriosclerosis, cholesterol-reducing, pain-relieving, anti-inflammatory and anti-radiation effects.
2. Enzymes. More than 90 kinds of Meda have been identified in pollen.
3. Hormones. Pollen contains a variety of plant hormones, such as gonadotropin, follicle-stimulating hormone, luteinizing hormone, etc., which have therapeutic effects on gynecological diseases and infertility.
4. Nucleic acid plays an important role in protein synthesis, cell division and replication, and biological inheritance, and can promote cell regeneration, prevent aging and various chronic diseases, and improve immune function.
Pollen contains a variety of organic acids, these organic acids have important regulatory effects on various physiological functions such as material metabolism and synthesis, central nervous system excitability, growth and development, and have a wide range of medical effects.
The liver protection effect of bee pollen is closely related to the hormones, vitamins, amino acids, nucleic acids and various trace elements contained in pollen, and is also related to the ability of bee pollen to improve the immune function of the body.
Clinical application of bee pollen
1. Bee pollen has obvious effect on the treatment of prostate and male infertility
Using high performance liquid chromatography, radioimmunoassay and estrogen receptor activity analysis, the results show that bee pollen contains estradiol, follicle-stimulating hormone and luteinizing hormone, which have therapeutic effects on benign prostatic hyperplasia and prostatitis. Dr. Mihairescu, an endocrinologist from Romania, used bee pollen to treat 150 cases of chronic prostatitis, with an effective rate of 70%. Men over 40 in Sweden eat bee pollen to prevent prostate disease.
2. Bee pollen treats anemia in patients with good results
From 1973 to 1974, Yugoslav doctors observed 20 patients with hypochromic anemia. After treatment with honeycomb pollen, the condition improved, manifested as full of energy, increased appetite and weight, and a happy mood; headache, weakness and dizziness disappeared. Objective indications show reduction in epidermal and mucosal pallor, and increases in hemoglobin, red blood cell, and hemoglobin indices.
3. Bee pollen for hyperlipidemia and atherosclerosis
Hyperlipidemia is one of the factors that cause atherosclerosis, heart and cerebrovascular infarction. Bee pollen is considered to be the preferred hypolipidemic food for preventing heart and cerebrovascular diseases without toxic side effects. A variety of components in bee pollen are involved in lipid metabolism and antioxidant processes. Corn pollen can inhibit or slow down the formation of atherosclerosis. Bee pollen can not only reduce blood lipids, but also regulate blood coagulation and fibrinolysis, and inhibit atherosclerosis. The formation and development of sclerosis, thereby preventing and treating cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases.
4. Bee Pollen for Mental Illness
In 1975, Apiacta, the official publication of the International Beekeeping Union, published a paper on "The Application of Pollen in Psychiatry", reporting that the use of bee pollen in the treatment of mental depression syndrome, fatigue and ethanol poisoning is effective, and it is effective in the treatment of alcohol withdrawal syndrome. Symptoms are the best. After taking pollen for a few days, most of the mentally ill patients' symptoms of exhaustion, weakness, depression and low living ability improved, their mood improved, and their living ability recovered.
This article mainly talks about the medical application of bee pollen. In the next article, I will learn more about bee pollen with you.