Jujube Date is the most popular and most important fruit in China. Chinese medicine has been used for over 4000 years. This naturally sweet fruit resembles a little dried apple or plum.
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Jujube Date is distinguished by very high content of antioxidants, saponins, bioflavonoids, tannin and pectin. Also contains vitamins C, A, B1 and B6, calcium, iron, potassium and sodium, magnesium, zinc and phosphorus. Jujube Date is often used for the production of herbal supplements supporting liver function, because it detoxically detoxifies the body and cleans the cells.
Gently cleanses the body and supports resistance. It regulates the digestive tract, which helps digestion and regulates muscles to prevent contractions and also supports appetite. It is also helpful in the fight against insomnia, irritability or chronic fatigue. Heals upper respiratory tract infections, prevents anemia and reduces cancer incidence.
The product is indicated for pregnant women. Because of the high content of zinc and iron it is beneficial for fetal development and subsequent breastfeeding.
How to use
Jujube Date is in the form of dried fruit (not candied). The product is ready for consumption. In Chinese cuisine these fruits are eaten in the form of snacks or added to dishes, such as soups. Jars and wines are often made from them. They can be a substitute for coffee.
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