The fake cereal with real powers. 😄
What is buckwheat?
Buckwheat (fagopyrum esculentum) is a hardy plant native to Asia.
It was introduced to Europe in the 8th century by Arab traders.
It is grown for its gluten-free seeds.
- The 9 essential amino acids.
- Linoleic acid.
- Complex carbohydrates.
- Aspartic acid.
- Vitamins B2, B5 and B9.
- Glutamic acid.
- Oleic acid.
Its high nutritional value helps reduce red meat consumption.
How to eat it?
While wholegrain buckwheat is more nutritious, the hulled grain is not to be outdone.
The seeds can be eaten in a variety of forms, including :
- Cooked like cereals.
- Kasha (roasted buckwheat).
Buckwheat honey is exceptionally nutritious, comparable to manuka honey.
Buckwheat is particularly appreciated by the intestines and nervous system.
This pseudocereal has been traditionally used for the following properties:
Buckwheats have shown promising results in cases of :
- Deep vein thrombosis.
- Coeliac disease.
- Crohn’s disease.
- Metabolic syndrome.
- Chronic kidney disease.
- Varicose veins.
While common buckwheat is an impressive food for its qualities, it can’t heal on its own.
Behind most diseases lie emotional wounds.
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What are the medicinal benefits of buckwheat?
Its seeds are packed with nutrients, enabling many organs to :
- Prevent deficiencies.
- Strengthen themselves.
- Protect against oxidative stress.