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Tartary Buckwheat

SUPERFOOD-ELIXIR - TARTARY BUCKWHEAT

Have you ever tried buckwheat tea?

Even though it gained its popularity recently, its properties have been known for a long time.

In the country of the Celestial Empire, a drink made from Tartary Buckwheat was considered a real elixir.

The Chinese respect and honor this infusion not only for its extraordinary taste but also for the kaleidoscope of positive properties this tea has on the body.

Nevertheless, Tartarian Buckwheat (Fagopyrum tataricum) is used not only for making drinks, but its groats also serve as a basis for baking and preparing desserts.

The composition of buckwheat is very pleasing because it is rich in:

➢ Macro and microelements: copper and iron, potassium and calcium, magnesium and phosphorus, zinc, sodium, and manganese. Buckwheat is enriched with very rare substances in the composition - selenium, chromium and aluminum, vanadium.

➢ Vitamins A, B, E, PP.

➢ Flavonoids that prevent the formation of atypical, cancer cells.

➢ Protein is a “building material” for muscle fibers.

➢ Rutin - a substance in buckwheat that has a strengthening effect on the vascular system, promotes skin rejuvenation, and prolongs its beauty and freshness.

➢ Сellulose - for instance, after drinking one cup of tea, there is a prolonged feeling of satiety, therefore this drink during diets will help to cope with the feeling of hunger.

IT’S INTERESTING TO KNOW

Although this buckwheat variety is called Tatar, most researchers agree that it comes from China. The process of brewing black buckwheat grains with water in the Celestial Empire was invented back in the 7th century when the country was ruled by the Tang dynasty.

IT’S INTERESTING TO KNOW

Although this buckwheat variety is called Tatar, most researchers agree that it comes from China. The process of brewing black buckwheat grains with water in the Celestial Empire was invented back in the 7th century when the country was ruled by the Tang dynasty.

IT’S INTERESTING TO KNOW

Although this buckwheat variety is called Tatar, most researchers agree that it comes from China. The process of brewing black buckwheat grains with water in the Celestial Empire was invented back in the 7th century when the country was ruled by the Tang dynasty.

FEATURES OF TARTARY BUCKWHEAT

Let's also look at the main properties of buckwheat tea as well as buckwheat as an independent superfood:

● Thanks to Tartary Buckwheat, the body's defenses are strengthened, which helps the immune system to independently resist viral and infectious diseases.

● Drinking such tea regularly significantly reduces the risk of developing cancer, which is especially important for people with a genetic predisposition to cancer.

● Improves the functioning of the digestive system. It is recommended to regularly consume buckwheat tea for people with acute and chronic gastritis.

● Has a positive effect on the heart muscle and the vascular system.

● Normalizes blood glucose concentration.

● Reduces the amount of bad cholesterol.

● The presence of antisclerotic substances in the composition helps to strengthen large and small blood vessels, better blood clotting.

● The drink has a calming effect on the central nervous system, increasing the body's resistance to stress and emotional turmoil.

● People who got used to buckwheat tea are emotionally stable, not prone to depressive conditions, and have no problems with sleep.

● Cleansing blood vessels from toxic substances and toxins, dissolving cholesterol plaques. Due to this, the lumen in the vessels is restored, blood pressure is normalized, and excessive stress is removed from the heart.

● Improving metabolic processes, accelerating metabolism is one of the main factors that contributes to the fastest weight loss.

● Restores blood circulation in the brain, which improves brain activity and mental capacity. Strokes are prevented.

● Cleans the body from toxic substances as well as toxins.

● Removes excess fluid from the body and eliminates edema.

Not surprisingly, the Chinese consider the drink to be a real elixir! Nevertheless, buckwheat is used not only for making drinks, its groats serve as a basis for baking and preparing desserts.

And knowing about the properties of Tartary Buckwheat, we use it as one of the main superfoods for our tea, chocolate, and pasta. Therefore, our sweets are an excellent source of vitamins.