Rapid Delivery for Organic Propolis powder Manufacturer in Oslo
[Products Name] Propolis powder, Propolis extract powder [Specification] Propolis content 60%,70%,80% Water-soluble propolis powder 60%,70%,80% [Gerneral feature] 1. Low antibiotics 2. Low PAHs, can approve to 76/769/EEC/German:LMBG; 3.Organic certified by ECOCERT, according to EOS & NOP organic standard; 4.Pure natural propolis; 5.High content of flavones; 6.Anti-block; 7. Manufacturer supply. [Packaging] 1. 5kg/aluminum foil bag, 25kgs/carton. [How to get it...
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[Products Name] Propolis powder, Propolis extract powder
Propolis content 60%,70%,80%
Water-soluble propolis powder 60%,70%,80%
1. Low antibiotics
2. Low PAHs, can approve to 76/769/EEC/German:LMBG;
3.Organic certified by ECOCERT, according to EOS & NOP organic standard;
4.Pure natural propolis;
5.High content of flavones;
7. Manufacturer supply.
1. 5kg/aluminum foil bag, 25kgs/carton.
[How to get it]
First, we collect raw propolis from beehives, then extract by low temperature with ethanol. Filter and concentrate, we get the pure propolis block at 98%. Then Low temperature crushing, adding edible and medicinal excipients, finally we get propolis powder.
Propolis comes from the substance like natural resin, which is collected by the bees from exudates of plants branches and bud the chemical substances of Propolis are found to be various, such as beeswax, resin, incense lipids, aromatic oil, fat-soluble oils, pollen and other organic matter. Studies have shown that the source of propolis resin in material has three types: bees collected plants secreted fluid, secretion in vivo metabolism of bee, and involvement in the process of forming the material.
We can supply Propolis Extract with food-grade and medicine-grade .The raw materiall is came from non-polluting food grade propolis .Propolis extract was made of high-grade propolis. It maintains the propolis effective ingredients during the procedure of extraction under constant low temperature , taking off the useless substances and sterilization.
Propolis is a natural product processed by bees mixed with glutinous and its secretion.
Propolis contains more than 20 kinds of useful flavonoids, rich vitamins, enzymes, amino acids and other microelements, etc. Propolis is called “purple gold” owing to its valued nutrients.
Propolis can remove free radical, lower blood sugar and blood fat, soften blood vessels, improve micro-circulation, enhance immunity, anti-bacteria and anti-cancer.
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If you’re packing lunch for a nut-free classroom, this DIY Sunflower Seed Butter recipe is a lifesaver—and money saver, too!
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Unlike tree nuts, sunflower seeds are allergy-friendly, so it’s great that they make a delicious sandwich spread that tastes surprisingly like peanut butter. The only problem is that store-bought can cost a lot and sometimes be overly sweetened, too. So instead of spending money, I spend some time—it doesn’t take much!—to make this DIY sunbutter.
All you need are raw sunflower seeds, salt, and honey or, if you’re sharing with anyone under 12-months-old, agave syrup.
Using raw sunflower seeds is *really* important. Even though you toast them before making sun butter, you can’t use pre-roasted. It seems like it’ll be a shortcut, I know, but it will really just be a disaster since roasted sunflower seeds don’t have enough oil to produce a creamy spread.
Toasting your raw seeds before blending them into a sunbutter gives your sunflower seeds spread an awesome flavor that I think is way better but, if you’re in a time crunch, you can make this without toasting them first. If you like the way it tastes, going straight from the package to the blender will certainly save you time—it’s just a matter of taste.
To make a big batch, I toss 3 cups of raw sunflower seeds into an ungreased pan set over medium heat. I cook them, shaking the pan every minute or so, until they are fragrance and golden brown, about 2 minutes. Then, toss the toasted seeds into a food processor or high powered blender with 3/4 teaspoon of salt and 1 1/2 teaspoons granulated sugar. Then whiz, whiz, whiz.
At first, the seeds will turn into a fine powder, then a grainy butter—don’t stop here. The longer you process the seeds, the more their oils will release. Keep going and soon, the grainy butter will turn into a creamy spread. Once this happens, you can leave it as chunky or make it as sooth as you like. The whole process can take 8-10 minutes, depending on how powerful your processor or blends is.
If you want to sweeten your sun butter beyond the sugar you’ve added in the beginning (like I do), add some honey to the grainy butter. Do it to taste—I usually add 2-3 teaspoons. You can add cinnamon then, too.
Then enjoy. Add what you don’t eat right away to a sealed container and keep in the refrigerator for at least 2 weeks.
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