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[Latin Name] Vaccinium myrtillus l. [Plant Source] Wild bilberry fruit cultivated from Sweden & Finland [Specifications] 1) Anthocyanidins 25% UV (Glycosyl removed) 2) Anthocyanins 25% HPLC 3) Anthocyanins 36% HPLC [Particle size] 80 Mesh [Loss on drying] ≤5.0% [Heavy Metal] ≤10PPM [Pesticide residue] EC396-2005, USP 34, EP 8.0, FDA [Storage] Store in cool & dry area, keep away from the direct light and heat. [Package] Packed in paper-drums and two plastic-bags inside. [General feat...
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[Latin Name] Vaccinium myrtillus l.
[Plant Source] Wild bilberry fruit cultivated from Sweden & Finland
1) Anthocyanidins 25% UV (Glycosyl removed)
2) Anthocyanins 25% HPLC
3) Anthocyanins 36% HPLC
[Particle size] 80 Mesh
[Loss on drying] ≤5.0%
[Heavy Metal] ≤10PPM
[Pesticide residue] EC396-2005, USP 34, EP 8.0, FDA
[Storage] Store in cool & dry area, keep away from the direct light and heat.
[Package] Packed in paper-drums and two plastic-bags inside.
1. 100% extracted from European bilberry fruit, approved ID test from ChromaDex andAlkemist Lab;
2.Without any adultery of other relative species of Berries,such as Blueberry, Mulberry,Cranberry,etc;
3. Pesticide residue: EC396-2005, USP 34, EP 8.0, FDA
4. Directly import the frozen fruit from North Europe;
5. Perfect water solubility,water insolubles<1.0%
6. Chromatographic fingerprint match EP6 requirement
[What is bilberry fruit]
Bilberry (Vaccinium Myrtillus L.) is a kind of perennial deciduous or evergreen fruit shrubs, mainly found in subarctic regions of the world as in Sweden, Finland and Ukraine, etc. Bilberries contain dense levels of anthocyanin pigments, which was said popularly to have been used by World War II RAF pilots to sharpen night vision. In fork medicine, Europeans have been taking bilberry for a hundred years. Bilberry extracts entered the healthcare market as a kind of dietary supplement for effects on vision enhancement and visual fatigue relief.
Protect and regenerate rhodopsin and cure the eye diseases;
Prevent the cardiovascular diseases
Antioxidant and anti-aging
Softening blood capillary, enhancing the heart function and resisting cancer
Chia and Flax Seed Meal Crackers with Pumpkin, Sunflower and Sesame Seeds ~ Gluten Free
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Chia and Flax Seed Meal Crackers with Pumpkin, Sunflower and Sesame Seeds ~ Gluten Free:
In a large bowl combine with a wooden spoon:
½ Cup Chia Seeds
½ Cup Ground Flax Seed Meal
½ Cup Unsalted Roasted Pumpkin Seeds
½ Cup Unsalted Roasted Sunflower Seed
½ Cup Sesame Seeds
¼ tsp. Salt
1 Cup Water
Mix together until combined and let sit for 10 Minutes, if the mix is to dry add a little more water.
As the mixture sits it will thicken.
(Optional if you would like to add any herbs/spices add them in with the seeds before you add the water)
Line a cookie sheet with a Sil-pat Baking mat or Parchment Paper
I use a rubber spatula to help spread out the dough to an even thickness of your choice. If the dough splits use the spatula to press back together.
Bake in a Pre-heated 325* Oven
Do not score the crackers at this point.
Bake for 30 minutes
Remove from the Oven, Place another cookie sheet upside down on top of the first pan and carefully invert. Remove the Silpat baking mat and place back on the cookie sheet. If you used Parchment paper you can cut the crackers on the paper then flip each cracker over individually.
Cut the Crackers into any size of your choice.
I cut my crackers with a butter knife and flipped them over and placed back onto the Sil-pat baking mat.
Depending on how thick you make your crackers and how much liquid you add will determine how long they take to bake.
I checked mine after 20 minutes and rotated them around the pan so the edges would not burn.
I baked them a total of 45 minutes after I flipped them over. Keep checking your crackers every 10-15 minutes as they may bake quicker due to your oven and size of the crackers.
I removed any crackers that were nice and crispy and placed on a wire rack. I continued baking the last few crackers about 10 minutes. Make sure they are dry and not moist when you touch them. If you made them very thick.. you can turn your oven down to 300* to make sure they are completely dry.
Cool them completely on a wire rack before storing in a container.
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