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BENEFITS OF SACHA INCHI
- Streamlines brain functions linked to memory
- Combats neurodegenerative diseases
- Helps control and reduce bad cholesterol and triglycerides.
- Prevents cardiovascular diseases
- Has more than 92% of omegas 3, 6 and 9
Known as the Inca's peanut, Sacha Inchi is a plant native to the Peruvian Amazon. It is said that Sacha Inchi was highly valuable for its properties since pre-Columbian times. The fact is evidenced by PromPeru’s data repository where it says that this shrub plant was cultivated during the Inca empire over 3000–5000 years ago. Sacha Inchi was portrayed in phytomorphic ancient artifacts in Inca's graves at the Peruvian Coast. Also, it is said that Sacha Inchi later took to the Antisuyo—one of the four territorial divisions of the original Inca empire located in the Amazon region. Sacha Inchi (Plukenetia volubilis linneo
) contains more than 50 % of vegetable protein. Sacha inchi oil is obtained by a unique and innovative cold press mechanism, in order to preserve the natural benefits of the seeds. Sacha Inchi grows in Madre de Dios, Huanuco, Oxapampa, San Martin, Rodriguez de Mendoza, Ucayali’s basin, Putumayo, Iquitos, and Caballo Cocha surrounding areas.
Sacha inchi oil, vegetable gelatin, vegetable glycerin, and purified water
Consume 2 capsules before or with meals. 6 capsules per day.
Keep in a cool, dry place at temperatures below 86 °F (30 °C).
Protect from light.
No artificial flavors
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- Keep out of reach of children.
- Not recommended during pregnancy and breastfeeding. Discontinue use if any adverse reactions occur.
- The effects of this product is backed by empirical experience of ancient traditional medicines, with excellent results and the absence of harmful side effects if given within the correct dose. The information listed identified here is by no means an ordinance or a prescription, the use of these natural products does not replace a medical consultation.