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Celery Seed Powder

Celery seeds are much less common than celery stalks but are equally nutritious and tasty, containing a wide range of essential minerals like calcium, manganese and iron – all vital to your health. Celery seeds contain high levels of important vitamins and minerals essential to good health. One of the most well-known minerals, calcium can be found in abundance within celery seeds. Manganese is used by the body to activate enzymes that then produce proteins necessary for the formation of bone tissue and cartilage.

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• Celery powder is used to treat joint pain (rheumatism), gout, hysteria, nervousness, headache, weight loss due to malnutrition, loss of appetite, and exhaustion.

• Celery is also to promote relaxation and sleep; to kill bacteria in the urinary tract; as a digestive aid and for regulating bowel movements; to start menstruation; to control intestinal gas (flatulence); to increase sexual desire; to reduce the flow of breast milk; for stimulating glands; treating menstrual discomfort; and for “blood purification”.

As they’re packed with iron and magnesium, celery seeds help the body produce red blood cells, needed in the delivery of oxygen from your lungs to the rest of your body. Without enough iron in your diet, your body is unable to produce enough red blood cells and you could develop iron-deficiency anaemia – one of the most common micronutrient deficiency worldwide. Magnesium is also found to improve blood sugar levels helping to reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes and heart disease.

Celery seeds have also been said to have antibacterial properties with one test-tube study found to show that celery seed extract fought off H. pylori bacteria, the bacteria found in the digestive tract of some people and may lead to stomach ulcers. These benefits however have not yet been tested on humans.

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