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Stevia Plants

Stevia Rebaudiana Bertoni plants and seedlings

Product Description:
Stevia Rebaudiana Bertoni plants and seedlings

Variety / Strains:
– Criolla (Paraguay/Spanish)

Plants with a high production yield
Production dry leaf 4.500 – 5.000 kg./ha./year
Steviol Glycoside content 16-21%

Living green and size between 8-10 cm.

Delivery Terms:
Different size trays in cardboard box
International Transport: DHL
Transport within Spain: TIPSA

Number of plants:
Terrain of 100 m2: 700-800 plants
Terrain of 1.000 m2: 7.000-8.000 plants
Terrain of 5.000 m2: 35.000-40.000 plants
Terrain of 1 hectare: 70.000-80.000 plants

Until March

Beginning of March until end of June

Minimum Order:
1.000 plants (approx. 135 m2)

Follow this link for more information


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Apricot kernels – seeds

Raw, bitter Apricot kernels (seeds)
Rich in Amygdalin (Laetrile), Vitamin B17
100% Ecological & Organic
Made in Spain
Harvest: 2015

Usage Purpose:
Natural nutritional and dietary supplement
Raw material for the extraction of Laetrile

Dry, clean, whole kernels (seeds) of approx. 600 mg.

Bitter tasting seeds with soft and sweet aftertaste

Whole apricot kernel / seed
Amygdalin content >5%
Moisture content 8%-15%

Suggested daily intake:
Prevention therapy: 1-2 kernel per 10 kg. body weight
Treatment therapy: 2-3 kernels per 10 kg. body weight
Divide intake over 3 daily meals
For more information on treatments, please click here.

Product Expiration:
2 years after packaging date

Storage Conditions:
Preferably store in fresh, dry and dark environment

Delivery Terms:
Packaging: 1 kg. sealed plastic bag
Transport from Spain: DHL – Door to Door
Delivery costs: Depending on order size and country
Delivery time: 1 week

Minimum Order: 1 kilo.

Price: 50 €/kg. (10% VAT and shipping not included)
Special discounts for larger orders and cancer associations.

By |December 28th, 2015|Otras Noticias|Comments Off on Apricot kernels – seeds

The Shocking Truth About Stevia

It’s safe to say that excess sugar consumption has become a scary worldwide issue. It seems like every time you check a nutrition label or an ingredients list, sugar or some version of it, is staring you square in the face.

If we could only eat less sugar, maybe we could nip preventable diseases like obesity and type 2 diabetes in the bud and have healthier populations to take us to great places. If only there was a natural, healthy sweetener available for everyday consumption.

Oh hello, stevia.

Stevia first appeared in health stores, and then grocery stores, and slowly, but surely, started to convince healthy skeptics that we indeed had a natural, calorie free sweetener on our hands.

It seemed too good to be true.

So I believed the hype. I wanted to believe that this gift from the sweetener gods was finally here.

Until I started doing some research and discovered the shocking truth about stevia.

And you should learn it too.

What Is Stevia?

Stevia plants have been growing for centuries in the warm tropical climates of South America. There are over 200 different species of stevia plants, but those extracted from the species stevia rebaudiana contain Rebaudioside A, the sweetest component of the leaves that has very minimal aftertaste after processing.

As Natalie Digate Muth, M.D., M.P.H., R.D., writes for the American Council on Exercising: “Rebaudioside A acts chemically similar to sugar in onset, intensity and duration of sweetness”.

Most of the stevia on the market contains extracted Rebaudioside A and a mix of stevioside, the crystalline compound that makes stevia taste 100 to 300 times sweeter than normal cane sugar.

Even though the glycosides rebaudioside (or rebiana) and stevioside are sweeter than sugar, Irwin Goldman says that, “once consumed, the glycosides […]

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