Origin – About the product
Sacha inchi is an oleaginous perennial plant native to the Amazon region of Peru. It is also native to much of tropical South America. In Peru it has been cultivated for centuries by natives to the Amazon rain forest. Called sacha inchi, mountain peanut or Inca peanut, it normally grows up to 5,500 feet in warm climates and as long as there is constant and good drainage and water. It seems to grow better when near the rivers.
Studies shows it is safe and increases blood levels of HDL cholesterol, normally refer as “good cholesterol”, it is also rich in protein, omega 3, 6 and 9, vitamin E and A, as well as fiber. This property makes it fall in the category of superfoods. Although studies are in the early stages, sacha inchi is showing promise in weight loss, brain and heart health, diabetes and bone health.
Uses – Usage
Sacha inchi can be taken in grains: 6 – 8 grains on a daily basis.
1 soupspoon or 1 capsule a day or in flour for direct consumption mixed with or without juices, milkshakes, yogurts and other. Granola is another tasty alternative.
You can also replace other flours to use it in deserts or chocolates.
Packing and product Presentations
In oil, glass bottles 24 bottles 250ml per cardboard boxes, or in bulk 208 Lt per cylinder. In flour, 25 or 50 kilograms bags.