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Mesquite Powder Organic - 50g

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Organic mesquite powder is rich in a number of vitamins, minerals, and amino acids. A great source of zinc, which is essential for a healthy immune system. It is also a fantastic source of lysine, magnesium, iron, and dietary fiber. It has high levels of calcium, which is important for maintaining healthy hair, skin, and bone strength. It also is a rich source of dietary potassium, which is essential for proper water balance and healthy heart functioning. 

As well as this Mesquite Powder has a low GI of 25 which helps maintain stable blood sugar levels, it has a low fat and cholesterol content, and is said to have helped prevent osteoporosis and bone degeneration.

Mesquite Powder has a distinctive taste; sweet with a slightly nutty wild flavour and a hint of caramel and magnificent smell. Mesquite can be blended into juices, smoothies, yogurt and desserts such as cookies and chocolates bars. Blends particularly well with Cacao and Maca.

Mesquite powder or ‘flour’ is made by grinding the tree-ripened seed pods of the Mesquite tree, a relative of Acacias that grows in southern America. Mesquite has been a staple food of many Native American people for thousands of years. This single origin powder from Peru is certified organic and fair trade. It is made using the whole seed pod and contains no additives. Mesquite has an absolutely delightful flavour and aroma – naturally sweet, slightly nutty with yummy caramel notes. Enjoy it in dessert and baking recipes, raw food treats, hot and cold beverages, sprinkled on breakfast cereals, or in sauces and marinades.

Information on the traditional uses and properties of herbs are provided on this site is for educational use only, and is not intended as medical advice. If you have any serious health concerns, you should always check with your health care practitioner before self-administering herbs.

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