Carob Extract

UPEK Carob Extract - 250 ml

It is obtained by selecting the correct species of the carob plant that grows naturally in the Mediterranean region and applying cold extraction, pasteurization and low temperature evaporation under vacuum, respectively, so that the vitamins, minerals and other components of the fruits do not change.
29,00 ₺

UPEK Carob Extract - 500 ml

It is obtained by selecting the correct species of the carob plant that grows naturally in the Mediterranean region and applying cold extraction, pasteurization and low temperature evaporation under vacuum, respectively, so that the vitamins, minerals and other components of the fruits do not change.
59,00 ₺

UPEK Carob Extract with Tahini 330 gr

The unique production method, chocolate brown, Turkey to the number 1 with exquisite taste and flavor.
29,00 ₺

Five Thousand Year Miracle "Carob"

Carob / carob (Ceratonia siliqua): A type of evergreen tree or shrub from the legume family that grows naturally in the Mediterranean climate and eats broad beans. Although its English is "carob", it is commonly known as "St. Johns Bread". Its German is "johannisbrot". It means "The Bread of the Prophet Jacob" in both languages. It is a fruit that the Prophet Jacob consumed in the desert instead of bread. It has been known for about 5000 years. B.C. Carob has been found among the burnt plant remains in places destroyed by Vesuvius volcano, which erupted in 79th.

Contains ~ 5% D-Pinitol.
Contains gallic acid.
It has the feature of eliminating pulmonary edema.
It is good against asthma and shortness of breath.
It has expectorant properties.
It increases sexual power.
Increases the number of motile sperm.
It is good against constipation.
It is good for anemia.
It has cold allergy and immune enhancing properties.
It does not contain cholesterol.
There is no caffeine.
Contains vitamins A, B and E and P (phosphorus).
It expels radiation that enters the body through food.
It contains high amount of zinc.

General features

It does not contain cholesterol.
There is no caffeine.
It contains about 3 times the calcium compared to milk.
Contains vitamins A, B and E and P (phosphorus).
It expels radiation that enters the body through food.
It contains high amount of zinc.

Carob is named as Harnup, Harup, Horn, Buynuz in Turkey and "Wild Honey" in holy books.

Until a few centuries ago, carob was predominantly used as a substitute for sugar or in desserts. With the start of today's white sugar production, this culture and this healthy diet have disappeared. Carob tree is a tree that does not bear any fruit in the first 15 years. An adult tree can yield up to 1000 kilos of fruit.

Carob is one of the oldest plants in the world and its homeland is Southern Anatolia, Syria, Cyprus, Greece, Spain, Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria, Palestine and Libya. as it is grown.

Content: Average 35% of carob consists of low molecular carbohydrates. There is also gallic acid. Again, approximately 40% consists of high molecular structure starch. The fat ratio is very low, but only 1%. Because of this feature, it is not possible to trigger migraine. It is low in calories.

In addition, carob, which is extremely rich in vitamins A, B, B2, B3 and D as well as calcium, sodium, potassium and phosphorus, contributes greatly to the development of the body and intelligence of children in this respect.

If eaten before ripening, it softens the intestines and causes constipation when mature. The seeds of the wild are called Kırat or Karat. (0.2 grams 1 carat) Carob's core weights were very close to each other, so it was used as a weight measure in ancient times and was used in jewelry weighing thanks to its precise measurement. Carat, which is the unit of jewelry weight today, got its name from the carob.

Gum is obtained from its seeds and exported abroad. It is also used in the Paper and Furniture industry.

Contains gallic acid!

The gallic acid contained in carob is a substance that has such versatile properties on human health; When he learns the importance of these substances in human life, he does not want to miss carob and molasses from his kitchen. Gallic acid is a versatile substance. It is the promoter substances found in carob that increase and reinforce these properties of this substance.

Properties of gallic acid:

* Analgesic / pain relief

* Antiallergenic / against allergy

* Antiasthmatic / against asthma

* Antibacterial / bactericidal

* Antibronchitic / against bronchitis

* Against anticancer / cancer

* Antihepatotoxic / liver toxin purifier

* Antioxidant / free radical scavenger

* Immunostimulant / immune system booster

* Antiviral / against microbes * Antiseptic / antiseptic

* Cancer-preventive / protective against cancer

* Antinitrosaminic / nitrosamine destroyer

* Bronchodilator / bronchial dilator

* Against Antipolio / polio