Amaranth is a herb used in Europe since the 16th century when it was brought here from South and Central America. There it has been used for hundreds of years by the mythical Aztec and Inca civilizations. The Latin name "Amaranthus" means "eternal" – flowers of Amaranth do not fade soon. Dried they are put in a vase in winter, so Amaranth is popularly called "winter people's friend".
Amaranth seed meal is a rich source of vitamins B1 (thiamine), B2 (riboflavin), E, D, squalene, omega fatty acids and many other beneficial trace elements.
Amaranth is the largest natural source of squalene – it contains up to 8 % (after shark liver oil; 1.5 % only).
Squalene is a fundamental constituent of the human skin, which retains oxygen and supplies it to organs. It's widely used in cosmetics, inhibits the formation of wrinkles and signs of aging.
Produced from GMO-free ingredients, without further additives, colorants, preservatives. The feed material comes from the first pressing, the meal itself is made by means of gentle slow mechanical grinding.
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