Dried Quince

Description

Quince-vitamin bomb in the autumn.
The fruits are cleaned of stems and leaves and washed .The seeds are removed and the pears are cut or slices, and after that the fruits are dried .During the drying process, only the water is removed from the fruit, allowing the quince to retain all of their minerals and vitamins for long period of time without the use of prеservatives or additives. In this manner we produce and offer a fully NATURAL product-guarantee for a healthy diet.

It contains vitamins A, C, E, B1, B2, B6 and PP. The seeds of quince contain fructose, glucose, potassium, calcium, phosphorus and copper. Be careful with them, however. From the seeds of Quince you can cook a healing potion, but should not crush them. The interior of the seeds of quince contain poisonous substance amygdalin glycoside.

The most famous ancient doctors – Hippocrates, Galen, Avicenna prescribed fresh quince, dried quince juice or jam them as refreshing, appetite means and at various stomach disorders

Quince is recommended for gastric irritation and bleeding. Healing effect is due to the pectin and tannins. For patients with pulmonary tuberculosis quince is particularly useful and baked recommended as clamping means for diarrhea.

Quince has anti-inflammatory maneuver on inflamed mucous membranes of the respiratory and digestive tracts, Same and inflammation of the eyes, gargle with angina, spreads burns and skin irritations.

 

Dried Quince 
Nutrition
Average nutritional values per 100g
sugar 35,4 g
Protein 1,2 g
Carbohydrate 75,6 g
saturated fat 0,1 g
Energy 919 KJ/219 kcal
Salt0,009 g
Fibre 22,8 g
Fat 0,4 g