Native to India and Burma, neem is a botanical cousin of mahogany. It is tall and spreading like an oak and bears masses of honey-scented white flowers like a locust. Its complex foliage resembles that of walnut or ash, and its swollen fruits look much like olives. It is seldom leafless, and imparts shade throughout the year. Certain neem products may even benefit human health. The seeds and leaves contain compounds with demonstrated antiseptic, antiviral, and antifungal activity. There are also hints that neem has anti inflammatory, hypotensive, and anti-ulcer effects. There is a potential indirect benefit to health as well. Neem leaves contain an ingredient that disrupts the fungi that produce aflatoxin on moldy peanuts, corn, and other foods - it leaves the fungi alive, but switches off their ability to produce aflatoxin, the most powerful carcinogen known. Neem could prove valuable for Dental hygiene: Research has shown, for example, that compounds in neem bark are strongly antiseptic. Also, tests in Germany have proved that neem extracts prevent tooth decay, as well as both preventing and healing inflammations of the gums. Neem is now used as the active ingredient in certain popular toothpastes in Germany and India.
We are ready to supply you with white kidney beans, red kidney beans, black beans etc of all sizes. Interested buyers should contact us now for more details like specification, price per ton, photos and trading terms.
Sesame Seeds Sesame (Sesamum indicum) is a flowering plant in the genus Sesamum. It is widely grown in tropical regions around the world and is cultivated for its edible seeds. AVEL’s sesame business model is centered on niche sourcing and marketing as sesame shares the geographical adjacency of the sourcing origins of cocoa and cashew for us. We trade sesame from Burkina Faso, Nigeria and Tanzania origin which we ship to China, Turkey and Japan. We procurement structure in sourcing countries ensure that the product quality standards are adhered to.
According to the Guinness Book of World Records, the largest seed in the world is that of the giant fan palm Locoicea maldivica, commonly known as the double coconut or coco de mer. It can weigh up to 44 lbs. and may take 10 years to develop. Sunflower seeds Watermelon seeds Tomato seeds Chia seeds Sesame seeds Cucumber seeds Flax seed Jatropha seeds Castor seed Mustard Seeds Pumpkin Seeds Cotton Seeds
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