The date palm pollen increase sperm count

Friday, March 6, 2020 , Date Fruits, Dates Tree
The Date Palm Pollen Increase Sperm Count And Motility

Male’s infertility is getting more and more serious every day. The number of infertile men is on the rise. This may be due to increase of the level of stress, extended working hours, timings, use of modern devices like cell phones, laptops, computers etc. These all effect on the fertility of men.  Date palm pollen helps to increase sperm count and motility. Date palm pollen is the male reproductive cells of the palm flowers.

In the ancient time both men and women used pollen of date palm as a food supplement, particularly as a sexual desire instigator. Aphrodisiac and fertility enhancer. In Iran and Arabic countries, it has been used to enhance male infertility.

The researchers collected the clinical trials to evaluate the favorable effects of date palm pollen in humans. The experimental studies assess that the reproductive effects of the pollen as great for the compound it contains, like,  fatty acids, amino acids estroles, flavonoids, and saponins.  The studies also confirmed that the pollen  increases sperm and their motility.

In addition to improving the sperm quality, it reduces the chemical stimulated toxicity in the male reproductive system. Some studies also recommended the helpful effect of  date palm pollen on the female reproductive system also.  Phytochemical studies reported that date palm pollen contains sterol derivatives, flavonoids, and different amino acids, which are supposed to be  responsible for these pharmacological activities.

While the date palm pollen contains some of the helpful consequences on the  reproductive power of both men and women, more studies are needed to verify the ultimate benefits. Based on the more studies, the researchers might be able to confirm the benefits of palm pollen on the fertility.

Besides, the improvement of fertility, the date palm components offers multiple benefits that are health enhancers. You can easily include dates to your diet for their usefulness and palatability.