Syrup from carob fruits
Contains natural fruit sugar, organic acids and vitamins.
In countries where carob grows, carob syrup is used as a sweetener and a treat. It is used with confectionery, pancakes, added to milk, tea or coffee. Carob-Syrup has no contraindications and can be used in the preparation of children's and dietary nutrition. It is also rich in many useful ingredients, such as calcium, potassium, sodium and zinc. It is the ideal source of energy for the body.
It is used in confectionery production, as well as as a vitamin and therapeutic product.
Syrup from carob fruits normalizes blood pressure, reduces blood cholesterol level, is especially useful for allergic asthma, increases cardiac tone, relieves arrhythmia, strengthens teeth and bones, and has beneficial effects on the liver and lungs.
Carob syrup is a part of various medicines that are used for colds, coughs, to strengthen the immune system and in disorders of the gastrointestinal tract. In the Middle East, carob fruits and syrup are used for such problems as difficulty breathing, impotence, anemia. Carob pekmez removes phlegm, softens cough, helps clear bronchi. It is an excellent tool for smokers. There is evidence that it can prevent lung cancer by 90%.
Carob syrup is used as an analgesic, anti-allergenic, anti-asthmatic, antibacterial, anticancer, antihypoxic, antioxidant, immunostimulating, antiseptic, cancer preventive and bronchodilator.