What is powder from Hyogo Prefecture · pine leaf
Pine leaves cultivated without agricultural chemicals are picked out in nature rich Hyogo prefecture upper county, dried,It was processed into a powdery form that was easy to use. It is a powder of compacted rich nutrients of pine leaves. Melt with hot water or water, you can easily drink a pine leaf tea.Because it is pesticide-free cultivation, you can use it with confidence.
Efficacy of pine leavesPine leaves are said to have various medicinal effects from long ago,It has been widely used in the private sector. The ingredients of pine leaves mainly include blood purificationAntioxidant action, blood thickening action, detoxification action etc.It is said to be effective.
Chlorophyll (chlorophyll), which is said to have a function of purifying blood,Vitamin K that can be expected to have an antiaging effect, quercetin which is said to strengthen the blood vessel wall,Minerals and so on are included. In addition to the relaxing effect on the terpene which is the essential oil component of the pine leaves,It is said to be effective in preventing high blood pressure and suppressing inflammation.
How to use pine needle powder
Pour hot water or water and drink it to your favorite darkness. Pine needle tea does not give a color like ordinary tea, but it makes it like a herb,A refreshing scent is felt. Although the taste is not strong, there are some bitterness.For those who have difficulty in drinking, it becomes easier to drink if you blend into a savory tea (such as hojicha or brown rice tea).
About producer "Fresh Farm Okumoto"
It is a plantation cultivated in non-agricultural chemicals (reduced pesticide) in the upper county of Hyogo prefecture. "We want to deliver safe and safe food to people suffering from atopy and edible education,I want to make it together, I am struggling with cultivation. "Based on the idea of being agricultural chemicals and low agricultural chemicals are committed to being cultivated.
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||Pine leaves (dry)
|Country of origin
||Japan (Hyogo Prefecture)