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Sú Árann contains Freshly Harvested Seaweed from the Aran Islands and the following herbs, fruits and berries (in alphabetical order):
- Apple - It gives the juice the sugar base, but also contains pectin, which keeps tabs on and regulates the absorption of sugars. There are also traces of minerals, including Potassium, Sulfur, Phosphorus, Calcium, Magnesium, Iron, Copper and Silicon. Apples also contain Vitamins in group A, B1, B2, PP as well as Terpenes, Tannins and Aldehydes.
- Blueberry - Blueberries are in effect powerful natural antioxidants, which can counteract free radicals. This is because they contain a number of vitamins with this capacity, but mainly thanks to their content in anthocyanins, substances that belong to the class of flavonoids. Cranberry has excellent anti-inflammatory properties, especially on the intestine, thanks to its ability to act also on the enzyme activity of the intestine, deflating and contributing to its regular motility. Blueberries promote diuresis and, thanks to all the active ingredients in them, they also manage to prevent cystitis and other urinary tract infections.
- Blackberry Blackberries contain high levels of antioxidants, such as anthocyanins. Antioxidants help people to fight against the adverse impact of free radicals in the body. Blackberry also contain Vitamin A, C and K. Blackberries are organically farmed in Europe, but also grow wild on the Aran Islands.
- Cinnamon It has been used as an ingredient throughout history, dating back as far as Ancient Egypt. It used to be rare and valuable and was regarded as a gift fit for kings. Cinnamon contains large amounts of polyphenol antioxidants, which have anti-inflammatory effects. It contains Cinnamaldehyde which has antifungal and antibacterial properties. Cinnamon is also well known for its blood-sugar-lowering properties and for its beneficial effects on insulin resistance and decreases the amount of glucose in the blood.
- Cranberry Cranberry known as Cranberry is a common ingredient in many food preparations, especially in Anglo-Saxon and American cuisine. In addition, it is also used as a remedy for urinary infections since ancient times, especially among Native American populations. Studies have observed that its action on the walls of the bladder and urinary tract, make them unsuitable for the survival and reproduction of E. coli, thus preventing annoying disorders such as cystitis. In addition, the presence of Flavonoids of this beneficial red fruit, reduces the risk of problems of the circulatory system, the fibers help the intestinal regularity and promote digestion, and finally, thanks to the content of Polyphenols, it is also able to strengthen the immune system. It has a bitter taste, which makes it suitable as an ingredient in quenching drinks and antioxidants.
- Elderberry Elderberry is a plant rich in flavonoids, glycosides, vitamins of group A, B, C and tannins. Since ancient times its juice has been used as a calming on cough and adjuvant in respiratory problems. The contained bioflavonoids help to strengthen the immune system. The diuretic effects of elderflower help the cardiovascular system thereby reducing the risk of heart attack. Elderberry juice is also useful for preventing osteoporosis, decreasing calcium urinary excretion.
- Fennel famous ingredient in Mediterranean culture, also growing wild on the Aran Islands, helps digestion and, thanks to its flavonoid content, serves as a mild diuretic, and counteracts the formation of free radicals
- Prune Prune juice is the sweet base for the Purple Label version of Su Arann. Prune has a low glycemic index, meaning that it raises glucose levels in blood slowly. This is helping to keep the appetite under control.
- Raspberry The raspberry is rich in fibers that promote the sense of satiety and make sure that the sugars contained do not immediately go into circulation. It contains folic acid and Vitamin P, as well as traces of mineral salts, such as calcium, Potassium and Magnesium that together promote cleansing from toxins and reduce swelling. Finally, in the raspberry, there is a special ketone that stimulates the production of adiponectin (a hormone that acts on metabolism and causes the body to burn fat to produce energy.
- Redcurrant Redcurrant has similar properties of Cranberry, in Phyto-therapy is known and used as anti-inflammatory and diuretic. Contains tracks of Vitamins A, B, K, Calcium, Iron, Zinc, Phosphorus and Potassium. If harvested in full ripening, it acquires a delicious sweet flavor and is used in the kitchen as a side dish of dessert.
- Rhubarb Rhubarb Its properties were known to the Chinese as early as the third millennium BC. It contains Vitamins of group A, B, and traces of Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Potassium and Selenium, as well as Gallic acid, cinnamic acid and tannic acid, which characterize the flavor and help the secretion of gastric juices and liver functions.
- Turmeric Spice of common use, especially in countries of the Far East where it grows spontaneous, is also known remedy used in Ayurvedic medicine, to counteract inflammatory processes. It stimulates the production of bile by the liver and prevents the formation of gallstones. In addition, it is recognized the protective property of the immune system, and counteracts the formation of free radicals.
The Nutrients provided by the Seaweed contained in 100 ml of Sú Árann, are the following:
|Vit. B2||1.47 mg|
|Vit. B3||2.26 mg|
|Vit. B6||5.75 mg|
|Vit. B12||0.3 mg|
|Alginic acid & Mannitol||500 mg|
|Other Micro elements||traces|
Comments: In the combinations of various natural substances, we are inspired above all by an old lib I have been seeking remedies for the Cistercian friars, which my family has owned for decades, and which I have always consulted as a valuable guide for my health and that of my family.
Bibliography: The above information is taken from dr. Michael T. Murray and Joseph Pizzorno books: Encyclopedia of Nutritional Supplement, The Encyclopedia of Natural Medicine, The Encyclopedia of Healing Food, The Magic of Food.
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