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Organic Ceylon Cinnamon. With a wonderful smell, taste and amazing healing properties.

Ceylon cinnamon reduces the feeling of hunger and helps to increase the blood sugar that occurs after a meal and at the same time increases the effectiveness or sensitivity of insulin. Enriches the antioxidant defense.


It also helps prevent urinary tract infections and reduces the symptoms of arthritis. Ceylon cinnamon is an excellent source of nutrients such as manganese, iron, calcium and fiber.

Nutrition per 100gr

Energy:1327 kJ / 317 kcal


Saturated fat:0.4g



Edible Fibers:53.1g



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Turmeric is a spice.


It is the bright yellow powder that comes from the crushing of the dry stalk of the curcuma longa plant - a tropical perennial shrub that belongs to the ginger family and is found mainly in India and Indonesia.


Usage: The taste of turmeric goes well with pasta or rice, briam or grilled vegetables and potatoes.


Also, burning turmeric removes mosquitoes.


Its use is not recommended for pregnant women.

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The sweet paprika comes from powdered red sweet peppers while the hot paprika from hot red peppers.

The color of the paprika is red-tile and its aroma is special.

Used to give a bright red color to many foods (such as sweeteners, meat products).

It is also used in cooking to give flavor to food and color.

It goes especially well with pork, poultry and seafood dishes and especially with shrimp.

It is also worth trying to make baked potatoes with paprika and french fries.

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Ginger, otherwise known as ginger, is considered one of the most nutritious herbs in the world. Especially in Asia, it is part of the daily diet, because it helps digestion and strengthens the human body.

Nutritional elements per 100 gr

Energy: 1372 kj / 328 kcal Carbohydrates: 48.2 g Plant. Fibers: 5.70gr Sugars: 1.8gr

Fat: 7.9 g Saturated fat: 0.2 g Protein: 9.9 g Salt: 0.038 g

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Mint is one of the most popular herbs and has been known since antiquity for its unique aroma and its therapeutic value.

This popular herb, mint, has many benefits which include proper digestion and weight loss, relief from nausea, treatment of depression and fatigue, treatment for asthma and skin care problems.

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The nettle (or nettle) belongs to the genus of angiosperm plants Cnidis and the family Cnidoids. It is an annual or perennial, herbaceous, native plant and has great nutritional value.

Contains vitamins, chlorophyll, nitrogen, iron and other important trace elements. Pliny and Dioscorides mention its healing properties and in many villages it is used to boil and eat it.


As a decoction: Boil for 2-3 minutes 50 grams in a liter of water. Remove from the heat and leave for 20 minutes. Then we put it in a bottle and drink whenever we want. As an infusion: Put 2-3 tablespoons of leaves and seeds in a cup of water for 10 minutes. We drink it in 3 doses of 2 tablespoons every day.

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Organic Aroadamos comes from Sitia, Crete

Sage is an herb with a strong taste and has been used in Greece in cooking and as a medicine for thousands of years.


Sage is used for indigestion, gastritis, bloating, heartburn.

For anxiety, depression. Used to strengthen the nervous system. It helps in case of melancholy and pessimism.

It is a very good memory tonic. For memory loss and Alzheimer's.

It is also used against colds, coughs and shortness of breath, for swollen nasal passages and asthma.

Gargle for gum disease, mouth sores, sores, sore throat and tongue.

For hot flashes in menopause.

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Chia seeds are one of the healthiest foods on the planet.

It is a food rich in nutrients, with significant benefits for our body and mind. These seeds are tiny black seeds from the plant Salvia hispanica, which is related to mint and thrives mainly in South America. It was an important food for the Aztecs and the Maya. In fact, "Chia" is the ancient Mayan word for "power".

Nutritional Value per 100gr

Energy         1880 kJ / 455 kcal

Fat                                        32.2g

Saturated                                3.5g

Carbohydrates               5.2g

Sugars                                      0,5g

Protein                                  21.4g

Fiber                                        29,6g

Salt                                       0.025g

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