min. 100 g.
Poppy seeds are a great source of calcium and have a high content of vitamin A with an antioxidant and iron effect.
Poppy seeds have been used for at least 5000 years as a condiment in cooking. From sweets and cakes or to flavor bread, poppy seeds are prized for their intense, crisp flavor that is slightly reminiscent of nuts.
They are a small black fruit that is found in each of the flowers. They are the way this plant has to reproduce, but it has also been used in natural medicine since ancient times.
Poppy seeds, and all seeds in general, have one characteristic in common, and that is that they constitute a food that is easy to ingest and assimilate by the body, which makes them a practical and simple snack, since Behind that insignificant aspect they hide an endless number of benefits for the organism that we should not overlook.
They constitute an important natural medicine, due to the role they have as a nervous soothing agent in the body. It has a powerful effect, and therefore they are commonly used to calm our nerves and achieve total relaxation of the nervous system. For this reason its use is highly recommended in times of nervous cough, asthma, spasms, stressful situations ... This is why poppy seeds are considered a natural sedative.
Its use is recommended in stress states that manifest somatically. It is important to keep in mind that abuse is not good when ingesting these seeds, since being a sedative it is not highly recommended to exceed ourselves. Although if instead of ingesting the seeds directly we opt for the infusion, the impact is much less, although it affects the same parts of the body, as raw or infused, poppy seeds are a good remedy for nerves.
They are not recommended for children or pregnant women.
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