Improves absorption of vitamins, minerals and trace elements from the food we eat.

Helps bioregulate organism functions such as: immune system, lipid metabolism, blood cholesterol level, and maintenance of normal urinary function and prostate health

In July of 2008,Graminex LLC, producer of Graminex(TM) Flower Pollen Extract received Kosher and Pareve Certification for its G60, G63[R], NAX and GFX flower pollen extract formulations.

Beneficial to both Men and Women

 

GRAMINEX

FLOWER POLLEN

 

Energy you can depend on!

 
 
Graminex Flower Pollen Extract - Chemical Analysis
Graminex Flower Pollen Extract is a natural and organic cellular food supplement. Graminex Extract is obtained from pollen by a special process. Graminex extracts contain a group of pollen extracts from specific plant species, chosen after careful tests of their suitability. Two fractions are isolated in the extraction:

G60 = hydrophilic, water-soluble fraction
GFX = lipophilic, fat-soluble fraction, containing natural inhibitors which prevent rancidity.
Graminex Flower Pollen Extract capsules are concentrated many times to insure optimum potency of the nutritional constituents. The amount of concentration of flower pollen in each tablet is to Graminex's exact specifications. It's important to note that the weight of the husk of raw flower pollen is over 50%.

Flower pollen is the male seed of flowers which enables flowering plants to reproduce. It is produced in the upper part, or anthers, of the flower. Pollen grains contain all the substances that are necessary to create new life within the world of plants. Like a sparkle of energy, creating new life is still a secret to us.

The Graminex Flower Pollen Extract is a concentrate of these life-giving substances in a form which makes them easily accessible for humans. A large number of these ingredients has been discovered and in the research work regarding the Graminex Extracts, precise analysis has been possible. Despite this fact, our knowledge on the chemical composition of flower pollen cannot be regarded as complete in every detail.

Some of the substances which can be found in flower pollen can be found in the following analysis.

Chemical Analysis Graminex
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
Titanium

Dietary Essential Amino Acids and Physiological Essential Amino Acids:
Dietary Essential: Physiologically Essential:
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,
Tryptophan
Valine

Enzymes:
Tivial name
Class: Oxidoreductases
Alcohol dehydrogenase
D-Arabinitol dehydrogenase
Inositol aehyarogenase
UDP-Glucose dyhydrogenase
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
alphaGlucan-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
Nucleosidediphosphate kinase
Phosphoglucomutase
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)
Polygalacturonase (Pectinase)
alpha-Glucosidase
beta-Glucosidase
beta-Glucosidase
alpha-Mannosidase
beta-Fructofuranosidase, Invertase
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+)

Different Classes of Lipids in Flower Pollen:
Polar lipids:
The major fractions of the polar lipids in flower pollen are lecithin, lysolecithin, phosphoinositol and phosphatidylcholine.

Neutral lipids
Monoglycerides Free fatty acids
Diglycerides Sterols
Triglycerides Hydrocarbons

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

Prostaglandins;
A group of hormone-like compounds derived from linoleic and arachidonic acids that influence innumerable body processes.

Phytosterols:
Fucosterol
Beta-sitosterol Campesterol
Stigmasterol Estrone

Long Chain Hydrocarbons:
n-tricosane (C23)
n-pentacosane (C25)
n-heptacosane (C27)
n-nonacosane (C29) myo-inositol
Pintol
Sequitol

Strepotolysin Inhibitory Factor:
From Graminex extract it was possible to isolate a streptolysin-inhibiting factor. The basic principle is a heat resistant factor (SIF) with a molecular weight of 850. In vitro, it causes irreversible inhibition of the streptococcus toxins.

Low Molecular Weight Sugars and Related Compounds:
Fructose Maltotriose
Mannose Glucose
Galactose Xylose
Arabinose Xyitole
Ribose Xylogaracturonan
Fucose Glucoronolactone
Hexasamine Raffinose
Rhamnose Stachyose
Maltotetratose Sucrose
Maltrose Callose
Myo-inosistol Pinitol
Sequoyitol

Flavinoids:
Quercetin Apigenin Kaempferol
Dihydroxquercetin Sorhamnetin Dihydrokaempferol
Naringenin Myricetin Luteolin
P-coumaric Acid Isorhemnetin

Growth Regulators:
Auxins Gibberelins
Brassins Kinins

Others:
Chlorophylt
Hypoxalthine
Tarpenes
Hexodecanal
Guanine
Indoles
Polyphenols
Phenolic Acids (Catechin, Epicetoohln, Gallio) Xanthine
Phenolic Acids
Amines
Vernine
Gluthothlone
Superoxide Eismutase (SOD)
Pentosane Nucleic Acids
Nuclein
Nucleosides
Pentosans
Ferulic Acid
Adenosine Triphoephate (ATP)
Ellagic Acid

Unknown:
Some of the greatest values of Graminex Flower Pollen Extract and Flower Pollen may stem from elements which are for the moment still unknown to science, and from the synergistic action of all the elements working together. IMPORTANT: There are established Recommended Daily Allowances for many vitamins and minerals and Graminex Flower Pollen contains trace amounts of these ingredients.

 
 
 
Clinical Studies of Flower Pollen