The Role of Date Palm (: A Comprehensive Review of Current EvidencePhoenix dactylifera: A Comprehensive Review of Current EvidenceL) Pollen in Fertility: A Comprehensive Review of Current Evidence

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Abstract

Date palm pollen (DPP) is the male reproductive dust of palm flowers used as dietary supplement especially as aphrodisiac and fertility enhancer in both women and men from ancient times. Although there are few clinical trials evaluating the beneficial effects of DPP in humans, various experimental studies have been conducted on the reproductive effects of DPP. Among the compounds isolated from DPP are amino acids, fatty acids, flavonoids, saponins, and estroles. The present review summarizes comprehensive information concerning the phytochemistry and pharmacological activities of DPP and its application in fertility disorders.

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