South American Sea cucumber(Extra Large)
Best in Natureís sea cucumber is wildly grown in the deep water reef in South America. Itís an anti-aging nutritional supplement, may help to enhance immune system, improve sexual function and liver health. Sea cucumber also may help to maintain healthy cholesterol and blood sugar level, improve sleep quality, memory, bone density and joint health.
Best in Natureís sea cucumber, originally collected from South America, is rich in glutamic acid, glycine and other 18 kinds of amino acids, eight of them can not be synthesized by human body. In addition, Itís is also rich in sea cucumber collagen, sea cucumber saponins, sea cucumber acid mucopolysaccharide and other nine active substances. It also containes lysine and methionine, rarely found in other plant foods. Itís almost cholestorel free.
Sea Cucumber Collagen, Glutamic Acid, Glycine, Lysine, Methionine, Calcium, Phosphorus , Iron, Vitamin B1, Vitamin B2, Niacin and etc.
To soften the dried sea cucumbers, the instructions are: place the sea cucumbers in a pot and add cold water to cover; soak for 4 days, with changing the water every day; boil it for 30 minutes, then remove from heat and let it cool to the room temperature, and clean the sea cucumbers; add more water, as necessary, and keep refrigerated for 3-4 days to stew or cook as needed.
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