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The Benefits of S. Flower Pollen | Now let’s get to the point, shall we? Now there is something called “ropes.” The ropes is a term created from France decades ago as “Les Lianes.” It describes the appearance of “streaming ejaculate.” Flower Pollen is associated with this effect due to the intensification of ejaculate contractions and semen volume.
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Some may ask when is the expected? Everyone’s body chemistry is different. Let’s make that clear, so time is required before you can notice the results. Although some men have reported dramatic results within 3-4 days, effects should be seen within a 7-10-day period. Our Flower Pollen is safe. It comes from a “pure” botanical seed; it’s allergen-free and stimulant free with no side effects. Please do not freak out when you view our flower pollen analysis list (extraordinarily long yet amazing):

Dietary Essential Amino Acids and Physiological Essential Amino Acids

Histidine Alanine Glutamic Acid

Isoleucine Alpha-amino butyric acid Glutamine

Leucine Arginine Glycine

Lysine Asparagine Hydroxyproline

Methionine Aspartic Acid Proline

Phenylalanine Cysteine Serine

Threonine Cystine Tyrosine



Growth Regulators

Auxins Gibberellins

Brassins Kinins









Phenolic Acids (Catechin, Epicetoohln, Gallio) Xanthine

Phenolic Acids




Superoxide Dismutase (SOD)

Pentosane Nucleic Acids




Ferulic Acid

Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP)

Ellagic Acid

Low Molecular Weight Sugars and Related Compounds

Fructose Maltotriose

Mannose Glucose

Galactose Xylose

Arabinose Xylitol

Ribose Xylogaracturonan

Fucose Glucoronolactone

Hexosamine Raffinose

Rhamnose Stachyose

Maltotetraose Sucrose

Maltose Callose

Myo-inositol Pinitol



Quercetin Apigenin Kaempferol

Dihydroxquercetin Sorhamnetin Dihydrokaempferol

Naringenin Myricetin Luteolin

P-coumaric Acid Isorhamnetin



Beta-sitosterol Campesterol

Stigmasterol Estrone

Long Chain Hydrocarbons:

n-tricosane (C23)

n-pentacosane (C25)

n-heptacosane (C27)

n-nonacosane (C29) myo-inositol



Fatty Acid Profile:

Number of C-atoms and double bonds:

Caprylic acid (C-8)

Capric (C-10)

Lauric (C-12)

Myristic (C-14)

Myristoleic (C-14) one double bond

Pentadecanoic (C-15)

Pentadecenoic (C-15) one double bond

Palmitic (C-16)

Palmitoleic (C-16) one double bond

Heptadecanoic (C-17)

Heptadecanoic (C-17) one double bond

Stearic (C-18)

Oleic (C-18) one double bond

Linoleic (C-18) two double bonds

Linolenic (C-18) three double bonds

Arachidic (C-20)

Eicosenoic (C-20) one double bond

Eicosadienoic (C-20) two double bonds

Eicosatrienoic (C-20) three double bonds

Arachidonic (C-20) four double bonds

Polar lipids

The significant fractions of the polar lipids in flower pollen are lecithin, lysolecithin, phosphoinositol, and phosphatidylcholine.

Neutral lipids

Monoglycerides Free fatty acids

Diglycerides Sterols

Triglycerides Hydrocarbons

Vitamins – Carotenoids – Minerals

Provitamin A (carotenoids) Alpha-carotene Calcium

B1 Thiamine Beta-carotene Phosphorus

B2 Riboflavin Xanthophyll Potassium

Niacin Zeaxanthin Sulphur

B6 Pyridoxine Lycopene Sodium

Pantothenic Acid Crocetin Clorine

Biotin Cryptoxanthin Magnesium

B 12 (Cyanocobalamirn) Iron

Folic Acid Manganese

Choline Copper

Inositol Iodine

Vitamin C Zinc

Vitamin D Silicon

Vitamin E Chromium

Vitamin K Molybdenum

Ratin Boron



Tivial name Class: Oxidoreductases Alcohol dehydrogenase D-Arabinitol dehydrogenase Inositol aehyarogenase UDP-Glucose dehydrogenase Lactate dehydrogenase Malate dehydrogenase Isocitrate dehydrogenase (NADP) Phosphogluconate dehydrogenase Glucose dehydrogenase Glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase Trosephosphate dehydrogenase Malonate semialdehyde dehydrogenase Succinate dehydrogenase Glutamate dehydrogenase (NADP) L-Amino-acid oxidase Monoamine oxidase Lpoamide dehydrogenase Cytochrome oxidase o-Diphenol oxidase, tyrosinose Ascorbate Oxidase Fatty acid peroxidose Catalose Peroxidose Meso-inositol oxygenase Class: Transferases Asparate carbamoyltransferase
alpha glucan-phosphorylase, P-enzyme Maltose 4-glucosyltransferase, amylomaltase UDP-Glucose-beta-glucan glucosyltransferase Trehalosephosphate-UDP glucosyltransferase alphaGluecanbranching glycosyltransferase UDP-Galactose-glucose galactosyltransferase Aspartate aminotransferase Alanine aminotransferase Glycine aminotransferase Hexokinase Glucokinase Xylulokinase Phosphoribulokinase Glucuronokinase Nucleoside diphosphate kinase Phosphoglucomutase Polygalacturonase (Pectinase) alpha-Glucosidase beta-Glucosidase beta-Glucosidase alpha-Mannosidase beta-Fructofuranosidase, Invertase
DNA Nucleotidyltransferase UDP-Glucose pyrophosphorylase ADP-Glucose pyrophosphorylase Ribonuclease (R Nase) Class: Hydrolases Carboxylesterase (B-esterase) Arylesterase (A-esterase) Lipase Cultinase Pectinesterase Alkaline phosphatase Acid phosphatose Phytase Trehalosephosphatase Phosphodiesterase Deoxyribonuclease (D Nase) Arysulphatase alpha-Amylase beta-Amylase Cellulase Laminaranase (Callase) Trenalase beta-N-Acetyglucosaminidase Oligo-1, 3-glucosidase Leucine aminopeptiadase Aminopeptidase Pepsin, Protease Trypsin Aminoacylase Inorganic phrophosphatase
ATPase ATPase Class: Lyases Pyruvic decarboxylase Oxaloacetat decarboxylase Mesoxalic decarboxylase Glutamic aecarboxylase Phosphopyruvate carbonxylase Phosphopyruvate carbonxylase Ribulosediphosphate carboxylase carboxydismutase Ketose-1-phosphate aldolose Fructosediphosphate aldolase Citrate synthase (synthetase) Phenylaranine ammonia-lyase Class: Isomerases UDP-Glucose epimerase Arabinose isomerase Xylose isomerase Ribosephosphate isomerase Glucosephosphate isomerase Class: Ligases and Others Carboxylases Folic acid conjugase D-glucose-6-P- cycloaldolase (NAD+)
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