Kernel of pine nuts
Kernels of pine nuts are saturated with vitamins of group B (B1, B2), vitamin C, as well as calcium, magnesium, potassium, iron, phosphorus.
Kernels of pine nuts are rich in polyunsaturated fats Omega-3-6-9 and vegetable protein. Vegetable protein is perfectly balanced, its composition is close to human tissue proteins, and it can be absorbed by the body by 99%.
Nutritional value per 100 g:
875 kcal / 100 g
Contains a large amount of tannins, which have anti-inflammatory and wound-healing properties.
The shell contains:
- vitamin C
Cedar shell is suitable as a raw material for activated carbon, fuel briquettes, for mulching of soil, producing environmentally friendly finishing materials “kedroplast”, is used in cosmetics as a scrub.
Also, the shell is widely applied in folk medicine and is used when the digestive system is disturbed, it is good for strong bones and joints, alleviating blood diseases and disorders of the cardiovascular and lymphatic systems.
Cedar nut film
A thin shell covering the kernel of pine nuts is a source of nutrients. It is widely used for therapeutic purposes, decoctions, ointments and medicines are based on it.
Also, the nut film is used in cosmetology, for example, for the production of nourishing facial masks.
The film of cedar nuts is used for stuffing mattresses, pillows, and blankets. Carefully cleaned cedar film is a hypoallergenic filler.