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Sacha Inchi Oil

Tasty Essential Fat Supplement
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  • Helps Reduce Pain from Inflammation
  • Supports Cardiovascular Health
  • May Increase Immunity and Brain Function

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Sacha Inchi Oil is rich in unsaturated Essential Fatty Acids Omega 3, 6 and 9. Also high in protein and Amino Acids

They are anti-inflammatory with many  other health benefits:

  • May strengthen immunity
  • Supports cardiovascular health
  • May improve mental clarity and memory
  • Helps improve vision
  • Supports bones and joints
  • Omega 3 plays an important role during pregnancy.

Essential fatty acids (EFAs) are called essential because your body cannot make them, nor store them. They’re essential for most body tissues and body processes. We need a regular supply from food and supplements.

Sacha Inchi seeds:

  • 33% Protein
  • Contains all essential Amino Acids
  • Vitamin E value, acts as natural preservative.

Sacha Inchi is a very complete food, with many essential nutrients your body needs daily.

The plant is a hermaphrodite small plant with tiny flowers that produces a small pod (3 to 5 cm in diameter), bright green when young and dark brown when mature. The pod usually has 4 lobes – each one containing a seed of 15 to 20 mm wide and 7 to 8 mm thick. The weight of said seeds usually goes from 0.8 to 1.4 grams.

The plant was originally cultivated by the Incas in the Region of Junin, in a district called Pichanaqui, one of the best areas to grow this plant due to its excellent environmental conditions (soil, humidity, sun, etc.). The plant grows at 500 meters (1,650 ft) over sea level in a mountain hillside at the end of the Andes on the jungle side, in a place protected from excessive rain, floods and high winds. The soil is particularly special, soft and muddy, very rich in mineral content and nutrients.

Sacha Inchi is originally from the Amazon Rainforest, and what used to be a wild plant, now is cultivated widely in the Region becoming a sustainable source of income to many families of the area.

There are records that indicate that this plant was traditionally used by the “Chancas” as a food. The “Chancas” is an old civilization, well known as one of the most rebel and warrior of the region, was conquered by the Incas passing its knowledge of this amazing plant to the rest of the empire and the Inca itself, being the reason why the plant is known as the “Inca nut”.

Sacha Inchi (Plukenetia volubilis L.)

Family: Euphorbiaceae
Genus: Plukenetia
Species: Volubilis Linneo
Common Name: Sacha inchi, Inca Nut
Used Parts: Seeds
Herkunft: Amazon of Peru

The Sacha Inchi seeds offer 33% of protein content. Not only that this is a significant amount, but even more important it contains all essential amino acids as well. This makes it also a very important source for high quality proteins.

Further the plant offers a good vitamin E value which is not only interesting for human consumption but also it is important as it allows to produce Sacha Inchi products without the need of adding preservatives.

Directions for Use

Ideal ingredient in cold food.

Great to add a light flavor to warm foods.

Do not cook or fry with Sacha Inchi Oil.

As with other oils rich in essential fatty acids, use sparingly.

Sacha Inchi is a food with no toxic actions, if used appropriately (do not  take excessively, and do not heat). It has no side effects and can be consumed as similar oils rich in essential fatty acids.

Recommended Use

Sacha Inchi Oil is anti-inflammatory helps reduce pain. May strengthen immunity, bones, brain and cardiovascular health. Helps improve vision.

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