black currant


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black currant

The most powerful of the current family. Super high in antioxidants. The leaves can be used as well as the berries. Very high in vitamin C, potassium, B5, potassium. Contains cassis polysaccharide (CAPS), a substance proven to be very toxic against tumor cells. Anti-cancer, anti-inflammatory, anti-aging, GLA EFA oil, arthritis, arterial hypertension, blood cleanser, rheumatism, arthritis, join inflammation, kidney stones, gout, cholesterol, alzheimers, dementia, blood thinner. The plant stimulates digestion, stimulates the functioning of the liver, pancreas, spleen and kidneys. Black currant seed oil has been used to block H-Pylori from being able to attach itself to intestinal and stomach walls.

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black currant

black currant

The most powerful of the current family. Super high in antioxidants. The leaves can be used as well as the berries. Very high in vitamin C, potassium, B5, potassium. Contains cassis polysaccharide (CAPS), a substance proven to be very toxic against tumor cells. Anti-cancer, anti-inflammatory, anti-aging, GLA EFA oil, arthritis, arterial hypertension, blood cleanser, rheumatism, arthritis, join inflammation, kidney stones, gout, cholesterol, alzheimers, dementia, blood thinner. The plant stimulates digestion, stimulates the functioning of the liver, pancreas, spleen and kidneys. Black currant seed oil has been used to block H-Pylori from being able to attach itself to intestinal and stomach walls.
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Stylish aromas of black currants, blueberries, and spicy oak lead to a palate laced with blackberries and chocolate; light tannins and a crisp finish provide nice structure.
The berries valuation as functional juices by high-performance liquid chromatographic methods free radical scavenging activity ABTS and DPPH for the screening on contents anthocyanin flavonoids hydroxycinnamic acids flavone-3-ols, ellagic acid by HPLC and the scavenging activity shows that black currant on a level with elderberry and Aronia lead over strawberries, plums, red currants and raspberries (Bermudez-Soto, M.
Cherry, black currant, cedar and coffee aromas leads you into the intense flavors with refined structure: ripe and focused tannins provide grip: tobacco spice notes.
For example, I designed the Black Currant flavor to [meet] the ever-increasing trend toward functional fruits.
Driven by exceptional demand during Ramadan and in 2011 to date, sales of the black currant drink are up by over 20 per cent year-on-year.
A vanilla cookie making kit that comes complete with strawberry icing, black currant writing gel to personalise and a heart shaped cutter.
With a deep, intense crimson red colour and a sumptuous array of fl oral and fruit fragrances that flatter the senses: irises, violets, roses, black currant, strawberry, peach and raspberry, this wine has an elegant and velvety texture.
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fruits ("Kurokarin", name of the one species of black currant in Japanese) against influenza A and B viruses, and herpes simplex virus 1 (Knox et al.
The perfume supposedly reflects the singer's personality with top notes of frozen black currant, starfruit and wild saffron, standing in contrast with gentle aromas of the heart.
The nutrient composition of the cherry juice and a standard black currant drink bought from the market which served as a control was determined using standard assay methods of Association of Official Analytical Chemists [AOAC] [13].
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