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Jimbu is an important part of Himalayan history. It helps in a variety of ways such as improving vision and reducing the possibility of glaucoma and cataracts. This plant can be the best compliment to achieve your daily dietary goals. Plus it is one of the best herbal teas for health. Regarding the nutritional standpoint, Jimbu is a food with a substantial contribution of carotenoids, vitamin C, water, vitamin B9 and is low in carbohydrates. It acts as an antioxidant by preventing cellular aging and protecting the body against free radicals and the occurrence of cancer while the efficiency of the immune system levels up reducing the chance of heart attack.
Regarding the development of the body, Jimbu will immensely help. Vitamins from Jimbu play an important role in the health of cartilage, bones and teeth maintenance. Furthermore, it helps with the absorption of nonheme iron, thus preventing skin conditions and contributing to the healing of wounds and burns. It is also full of vitamin C. With antioxidant properties that help neutralize free radicals and eliminating certain toxic substances, reducing the likelihood of developing cancer. Vitamin C also inhibits the growth of harmful bacteria to the body, promotes the immune system, prevents vascular disease by lowering blood pressure, and is optimal in treatments for allergies such as asthma or sinusitis. Jimbu also contributes to the formation of blood cells and red blood cells, helping to prevent anemia and maintain healthy skin. Besides being essential for proper cell division and growth-essential during pregnancy and childhood-B9 vitamin involved in the metabolism of proteins, DNA and RNA, reducing the risk of deficiencies in fetal neural tube (structure that give rise to the central nervous system). This vitamin also decreases the chance of cardiovascular disease, prevents certain cancers such as leukemia, stimulates the formation of digestive acids and helps improve appetite.
Jimbu is the best herbal tea for energy. Around 55-60% of daily energy should come from carbohydrates need either by eating starchy foods, or by the reverse of glycogen in our body. Furthermore, the main energy needed by the brain to function is glucose, found in carbohydrate-rich foods. Thanks to the hydrophilic nature of carbohydrates, this food is also a source of quick energy production, attacked by hydrolytic enzymes. It promotes hydration in our body. The remaining nutrients, sorted by relevance of their presence are potassium, vitamin B6, fiber, iodine, vitamin B, phosphorus, calcium, iron, magnesium, zinc, calories, vitamin E, vitamin A, protein, vitamin B3, vitamin B2, polyunsaturated fatty acids, selenium, sodium, fat, saturated fatty acids and monounsaturated fatty acids. A natural and herbal diet will always lead to success and Jimbu can make sure of it.