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Flax-seed

Flaxseeds are one of the most important sources of Omega-3. It is enough to add a handful of seeds to forget about taking fatty acids in a blister or in the form of hated fish oil. The same handful of flaxseeds will improve the condition of the skin, help to grow shiny curls and save on nail extensions. Seeds can be used not only as an additional ingredient to the dish.

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Watermelon seeds

Many do not like to spit out watermelon bones. Great luck is considered if, cutting a watermelon, your slice was seedless. Sometimes children swallow watermelon seeds, and their parents are concerned about the possibility of eating watermelon seeds. The answer to this question is unequivocal - watermelon seeds can be eaten, and they are not harmful to the body.
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Caraway seeds

Small oblong seeds of black color can be found everywhere: in bread, meat or fish products, confectionery. The seeds of the plant are used as a spice to give a special piquancy to the taste and nutrition of the dish. What are caraway seeds, how useful are they and how are they related to Ayurveda?
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Parsley seeds

In the post-Soviet space, parsley is added everywhere: salads, soups, main dishes are decorated with it, lush green stems are even laid out on store shelves in order to attract customers with external aesthetic forms. But does the same glory go to the seeds of parsley? Most often they are thrown away or used to prepare decoctions and medicines from the field of traditional medicine.
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Grape seed

We often hear about grape seeds in the context of oils. The fluid extracted from the seeds is suitable for everything: toning sensitive skin around the eyes, nourishing dry hair, aromatic massage and even cooking. Is this really so and what is better to do with the product - eat or apply to the skin?
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Dill seeds

The useful properties of dill began to "research" thousands of years ago in the cradle of civilization - Africa. Around the same time, people noticed that the seeds of any plant act much more efficiently than fruits, leaves or stems. The seed contains all the beneficial components that will enter the future plant in high concentration.
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Apricot kernel

Apricot seeds are a very mixed food product. Some throw out seeds without even thinking about taste, while others make jam, juice and even flour from them. What actually is an ingredient and what will be of interest to a modern consumer? General characteristics of the product Apricot - a fruit tree from the genus plum.
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Hemp seeds

Hemp has long become one of the central characters of mass culture, and humanity has ceased to perceive it simply as a plant. Narcotic glory overshadowed the drug, but entering the superfood market and ranking hemp on the second list gradually corrects the situation. Scientists have broken the stereotype and proved that hemp seeds do not contain traces of psychoactive substances and bring exceptional benefits to the body.
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Chia seeds

Chia seeds are one of the first superfoods that became available in bulk. Entering the market was very scandalous. After falsification with goji berries, chia was skeptical, but the product was able to occupy the necessary niche and gain the favor of the buyer. Today, every food blogger advertises chia seeds, vegans and vegetarians look for calcium in them, and the average consumer occasionally adds a handful of seeds to morning oatmeal.
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Melon seeds

Melon is a well-known melon culture and its closest relative of the known to us is a pumpkin. Melon can resemble a ball or oval in shape, usually it has a yellow color, sometimes white or brown, often with pronounced green stripes. It takes two to six months to ripen, depending on the variety and place of growth.
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Pumpkin seeds

Everyone knows about the benefits of pumpkin, but few think that its seeds are no less useful. Among the huge variety of pumpkin varieties there are decorative, fodder, intended exclusively for animals, as well as dining rooms that people eat. Table pumpkin came to our country from America, and it took root very quickly, so now it is difficult to imagine gardens without a pumpkin.
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Sunflower seeds

It is not for nothing that the sunflower got its name. This flower has long been called the "flower of the sun" (from the Greek helios - the sun and anthos - the flower). Sunflower came to us from the northern states of America. The first Indians began to grow it. They baked bread from it, decorated temples. They used sunflower for medical purposes, and also obtained purple paint from the petals, which they tattooed and dyed their fabrics.
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Flax-seed

Flaxseeds are one of the most important sources of Omega-3. It is enough to add a handful of seeds to forget about taking fatty acids in a blister or in the form of hated fish oil. The same handful of flaxseeds will improve the condition of the skin, help to grow shiny curls and save on nail extensions. Seeds can be used not only as an additional ingredient to the dish.
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