Sacha Inchi - Inca Peanut
Source Hazen y Stoewesand, 1980, Cornell University Ithaca USA
The Sacha Inchi it is an amazing seeds and unique nut due to the highest concentration of fatty polyunsaturated acids. Omega 3 (48%), Omega 6 (36%), Omega 9(9%), proteínas (33%) anti oxidants (50%).
Alpha-linolenic acid is a kind of omega-3 fatty acid found in in some herbals . It is similar to the omega-3 fatty acids that are in fish oil [eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA)]. Alpha-linolenic acid can be converted into EPA and DHA in the body. Alpha-linolenic acid is highly concentrated in the Sacha Inchi ( also known as the incas peanut)
Hellpful to prevent blood clogging by keeping saturated fats mobile in the blood stream,
Keeping the fluidity and rigidity of cellular membranes moving oxygen from red blood cells to the tissues.
A healthy diet must contain omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids. Omega-3 fatty acids help reduce inflammation, and some omega-6 fatty acids .
help to reduce hypertension
Help to prevent Glaucoma, the oils help to reduce eyes arteries clogging
Regulating sugar levels in the blood.
Reducing arteries inflamation.
Controling the sympthomatology of bronquial asthma in kids.
Help wioth joints problems and blood vessels conditions, and mediating
Sacha Inchi it is also known as the Inca peanut and grows in the Peruvian Rain Forest . The seeds, from which the oils are extracted, grow inside the fruit capsules and are said to contain from 49% to 54% in oils. These seeds are about 35% skin/peal, and 65% peanut.
Sacha Inchi oil contains both Omega 6, 9 and Omega 3s. The Omega 6 and 9 we get in excess in our diets anyway, so it is the Omega 3 that is important. There isn’t a specific value for the Omega 3 content available from any available data. The Omega 3 content is high as compared to any other herb of vegetable origin oils, with an average of 48% Omega 3 content.
- High Cholesterol
Interesting to reduce high cholesterol in a dramatic way. the we suggest also Caigua and Hercamburi
Dose suggested: One tab three times a day before or after your meals. After twelve weeks you must stop the treatment for three weeks then if you need you can re-start again.
A recent research from Cornell University held in 1980 find that the Sacha Inchi contains 33% of proteins and oils (49% ) and it is more digestive than the soya.