Men could not benefit from pollen if it weren't for the unique and invaluable collection of bees, which, going from one flower to another, capture and place it in small pellets in the basket of their hind legs, and carry it to their hive where it is collected by the beekeeper through a contraption called pollen trap. Proteins account for approximately 35% of the content of the pollen: this is a huge amount, particularly remarkable when one considers that proteins are essential amino acids that cannot be synthesized by the body; they amino acids that influence growth. The pollen helps calcium to set, it increases the appetite and promotes the renewal of red blood cells. It's a good hormonal balancer and also regulates the intestine. Ideal to fight prostate infections and cystitis. Under recommendation and medical supervision, it can be used in autumn to treat spring allergies to pollen.