Buckwheat Tea 100g
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Ingredients: Seeds of Tatar buckwheat
100 g of product contains:
proteins 17.7 g,
fats 1.8 g,
carbohydrates 54 g;
energy value – 1 270 kJ / 304 kcal
According to legend, the grains of Tatar buckwheat were given to the Chinese people by heaven during times of poor harvest and famine. Since then, gently roasted and pressed, they have been brewed into a fragrant amber infusion and have taken pride of place among traditional teas in China. The drink, which tastes like oatmeal cookies and has many health benefits, is becoming more popular day by day.
• By increasing the rate of metabolic processes, the infusion promotes weight loss.
• The content of iron in a natural, easily absorbed form helps to normalize the level of hemoglobin in the blood.
• The drink is a powerful antioxidant, which means it fights aging at the cellular level.
• The ancient Chinese have noticed that the drink raises morale and gives strength. However, it does not contain caffeine and is not a stimulant.
• In traditional Chinese medicine, it is believed that infusion of Tatar buckwheat reduces swelling, has a positive effect on the heart muscle and brain, has a calming effect, improves immunity, and helps with chronic fatigue syndrome.
• The high content of zinc and magnesium, essential “male” micronutrients, has made Ku Qiao very popular among men all over the world.
How to brew:
A teaspoon without a top or 6 g of granules, pour boiling water into a glass of water and let it brew for about 5 minutes. Buckwheat seeds can be brewed up to 3 times, each time infusing the drink for a few minutes longer. The seeds can then be eaten or mixed with a fermented milk product such as kefir.