Amaranth is an extremely interesting plant that was cultivated by the indigenous inhabitants of Central and South America until the 16th century. In the 70s of our century, attention to amaranth as a food and fodder crop increased again.
Many researchers have assessed it as a rich source of protein and essential amino acids, the deficiency of which cannot be filled by traditional crops. Today, amaranth oil occupies an important place in phytotherapy and potentially the prevention of some health issues.
A new variety of amaranth "Cherginsky" has been created at the Institute of Cytology and Genetics in Omsk (Siberia, Russia). The novelty has high frost resistance and plasticity, which makes it possible for its cultivation in a wide variety of conditions. A remarkable feature of the amaranth "Cherginsky" is its precocity, which makes it possible to obtain full-fledged seeds in the conditions of Western Siberia.
Why can a new variety of amaranth oilbecome a new word in folk medicine and the nutrition industry? In this article, we will try to answer this question.
The benefits of amaranth for humans.
All parts of amaranth are useful and edible – roots, stems, seeds, in addition, amaranth is used as a decorative border plant, having an attractive appearance. The oil is extracted from small amaranth seeds of black, red or pink color.
Those wishing to restore and improve their health should buy cold-pressed amaranth oil since this method of production preserves all the useful substances available in seeds.
Siberian Amaranth oil is a rich source of squalene.
In medicine, amaranth oil is used, characterized by a high content of squalene, a natural substance that significantly increases the body's resistance to various diseases.
Squalene ensures the speed of regeneration processes, protects the skin from the effects of pathogenic microorganisms, penetrating radiation, suppresses the reproduction of bad cells. This component causes the effect of immunostimulation when exposed to the body.
The extract of amaranth seeds is widely used to create hypoallergenic cosmetics, can be used internally or externally. Scientists so far have not found any toxic or harmful effects of the amaranth on the human body, provided that patients followed all medical recommendations and did not suffer from allergies to the amaranth.
What is the uniqueness of the Cherginsky variety?
First of all, the Siberian variety of Amaranth oilhas a high concentration of antioxidants, which means that it could be effectively used for medicinal purposes.
An extensive range of useful properties of amaranth oil of the "Cherginsky" variety determines the versatility of its application. Siberian Amaranth oil is highly appreciated because of the following qualities:
- May clean the vessels of cholesterol plaques, supports and normalizes the work of the heart at elevated upper pressure, has an antisclerotic effect, increasing the oxygen supply of the lower extremities in atherosclerosis.*
- May improve the functioning of the endocrine system, acting as an immunity stimulator for people with reduced immunity due to previous illnesses or surgery.*
- May promote the speedy removal of heavy metals, nitrates, radionuclides, and other toxic substances by the kidneys.*
- May stimulate the speedy healing of cuts, scratches, burns, and other skin lesions.*
- Amaranth oil potentially has a positive effect on the gastrointestinal tract, suppressing the reproduction of pathogenic bacteria, promoting the regenerative processes of restoring mucous membranes.*
- Some users claims it can help to restore and grow hair*
But the most important thing is the high-temperature resistance. Previously, amaranth was considered a rare plant is grown in only a few regions of South America. Due to the difficulties of cultivation and delivery, the cost of amaranth oil was very high. Now amaranth can be grown in the harsh conditions of Siberia and the Urals. This means that in the near future this unique remedy will be available to almost everyone at much better price!
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
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