Scientist confirmed pollen contains a variety of nutrients, including 22 amino acids, 14 vitamins and more than 30 trace elements as well as a large number of active proteases, nucleic acids, flavonoids and other active substances. The protein rich in pollen is mostly in the form of free amino acids, which is 5-7 times higher than that of milk and eggs. The content of vitamin C is higher than that of fresh fruits and vegetables, and it is called the king of natural vitamins. In particular, the B vitamins are extremely rich in content, which is 100 times higher than honey. Each 100 grams of pollen contains 600 micrograms of thiamine, 1670 micrograms of riboflavin, 900 micrograms of pyridoxine, 2700 micrograms of pantothenic acid, and 10,000 micrograms of niacin. It contains a variety of minerals, some of which are: potassium 20~40%, magnesium 1~20%, calcium 1~15%, iron 1~12%, silicon 2~10%, phosphorus 1~20%.