Apricot kernel that is pressed and milled by us is found inside the hard seed of apricots. It is rich in vitamin B17 (amygdalin). This vitamin has gained recent notoriety by researchers investigating its potential anti-cancer effects.
It is high in proteins, rich in unsaturated and poly-unsaturated fatty acids, iron, zinc, potassium, phosphor, and magnesium.
By consuming apricot kernel flour, we obtain its valuable inner compositions. You can add it to soups, juices, cakes, and mueslis.
Mixed with rosehip seed oil you can make a perfect exfoliating scrub. When used regularly, your skin becomes shiny and deeply cleaned.