Beet Root Powder
Originally, beet leaves and stalk were consumed while the roots were discarded or used for medicine. It wasn't until the mid 1500s that Germany and Italy Began recording cultivation of the plant for its bulbous roots. In 1747, a chemist in Berlin discovered a way to extract sugar from beets. Today, beets account for roughly 20% of the world's total sugar production.
- Increases mental alertness and focus
- Improves energy efficiency, stamina and endurance
- Rich in antioxidants, vitamin A, B6, B12 and C
- Reduces negative effects of physical exercise
- Beneficial for liver
Botanical Name: Beta vulgaris Common names: Table beet, garden beet, red beet Medicinal part: Leaves (beet greens), roots (taproots)
Grade: Food Grade, Certificate of Analysis available upon request.