Since the beginning our aim was always to create something organic and sustainable, by promoting the importance of sustainable agriculture, by protecting the environment we can make sure future generations will also be able to enjoy the benefits of nature that we do today. This is done by treating the olives with an alkaline substance such as Sodium Hydroxide, a strong salt solution or with special techniques that use water.
There are also numerous varieties and preparations sold in open vats in local markets and even large supermarkets. It represents 50 percent of Spain’s total crop and is cultivated throughout Andalusia.
The visual olive is so popular because it produces plenty of good quality oil that is rich in anti-oxidants. The name “hojiblanca” translates as “white leaf” and this comes from the leaves’ silvery color that produces a unique sheen in the sunlight.
From the moment the olive is harvested in the field, until the Extra Virgin oil is bottled, controls are followed to achieve the highest quality of the product. The unique quality of our extra virgin olive oil lies in the special climatic and agronomic conditions of our land.
From the heart of Andalusia, where history has drawn the silhouette of its fields, as a rippling ocean of olive groves with eternal flavor. Thus, we fully back our star product, certified organic Too, where the fruit ripens as it always has, without chemicals or artificial processing.
Our long experience in the production, handling, packaging and distribution of olive oil, allows us to counsel other companies on entering this area. Customer Support Wellness Ambassadors standing by 7 days a week.
Paradise Herbs Spanish Andalusian Olive Leaf is a truly holistic full spectrum extract. Using a 100% natural extraction method the true essence and breadth of the whole herb is captured therefore retaining all of its active and synergistic constituents in the balanced ratio nature intended.
The wheat and barley juice powders used in their product are harvested from young grasses before the gluten containing endosperms develop and are considered by the suppliers to be gluten free. Previously, they did this test, and they came in with a result of 23ppm, and in order to make a gluten free claim, you have to be under 20ppm.
It really also depends on if a person is deathly allergic to gluten or just has a gluten sensitivity, in which the later would not have any reaction to such a small level, but they would not recommend the use of any wheat and barley grass for celiac as the risk factor is too great. They use a food grade cellophane (A thin, flexible, transparent cellulose material made from wood pulp used in food packaging and wrapping) with their liquid caps in place of cotton.
Their Oral Energy Greens contain 1 gram of sugar. It is very low and from the antioxidant fruit extracts and naturally occurring polysaccharides that are good for helping to build the immune system.
They highly recommend you speak with a medical practitioner before giving their formula to children. The color added in the capsule is a vegetable chlorophyll that acts as a light barrier to better protect the ingredients.
That would depend on a number of environmental factors, but generally if kept in a stable dry place it should be fine for a lot longer than the daily serving period. Their green tea leaves are picked very young when caffeine levels are low.
I'm allergic to almonds, cashews, flax, soy, eggs & dairy. They would not recommend using any herbs during pregnancy without consulting a licensed medical practitioner.
Probabilities are that it is fine, but their stability testing does not go beyond the exp date. I purchased their product a year ago, the substance inside the caps now seem to be rock hard.
With a combined experience of over 26 years of training, experience and research in the natural health foods industry along with their founders extensive background in Chinese, Ayurvedic and Euro-Native American herbalism they have established themselves as a company with big ideas and even higher standards. Their founder has received over ten years of apprentice hands-on training working directly under two Chinese medical doctors with a combined total experience of over sixty years in traditional Chinese medicine.
They obtain their herbs from special alliances they have built all over the world. Their herbs are grown where they are indigenous; either ethically and ecologically wild crafted or naturally cultivated without the use of any chemical fertilizers, pesticides or preservatives.
Your diet values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs. If pregnant, nursing or using any prescription medication, consult your health care professional before using this product.
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Translation: Hello everyone, This extract of olive leaves Is one of the best *: Second place among my choices. There is no more alcohol, the taste is offensive, But at least very natural And the company does not hide its rigorous choices.
Andalusian gastronomy, which has been deeply influenced by the Arabic Cuisine, bases its dishes on raw ingredients of the Mediterranean diet. The refinement of the province Al Annals, unknown in mainland Europe, has transformed many customs and beliefs.
Let’s not forget that it was the Andalusian's who created the traditional dining rooms as well as the current food service, amongst many other things. Even though the precise origins of the olive trees are shrouded in mystery, it is well known that the cultivation of olives and oil production are deeply rooted in the history books of Spain, which were brought to the Iberian Peninsula by the Phoenicians and the Greeks.
By the way, if you feel like tasting the best Olive Oil in Andalusia, then you need to check our Day Trip to Cardona Here. It is undoubtedly the Star Ham of the peninsula which, together with a country style bread variety, provides a unique and unmistakable flavor that leaves your taste buds craving for more.
If you decide to stay along the seaside, you might as well taste the variety of seafood which, in our opinion, are indispensable to the coastal Andalusian cuisine. This includes “Chico Frito” which is fried cuttlefish and the delicacy of Obama which is salt-cured tuna.
Seville : close your eyes for a second and picture yourself in a Spanish terrace with views of the Giraldo, listening to flamenco music. Now, let’s make it unforgettable by ordering “hues à la Flamenco which are fried eggs served with vegetables and sauce in a clay pot.
If you’re feeling adventurous enough, you must taste the “Crackles”, which are snails with a smooth sauce made with different herbs such as thyme, cumin, and sometimes, peppermint. The most representative tape of this wonderful city is the distinguished “Cantatas a lo Pore” which are potatoes cut into slices roasted in the oven along with onions and peppers and garlic.
Its gastronomy is the fruit of years and journeys packed with history and spirit combined with products that have allowed us to enjoy different tastes from different centuries. “Alexas à la Mariners”’; typical clams made with a wine sauce with garlic and parsley, and “tortillas DE Cameron”, using a particular type of shrimp exclusively found in this region.
Córdoba : During the first rainstorms of late winter, the countryside provides us with ingredients such as asparagus which along with onions, eggs, and Jason, make an appreciating exquisiteness dish called “result Cordoba”. Jaén : Its gastronomy has similarities with the cuisine of the province of Castilla la Manchu, due to its proximity.
“Care de Monte en adobe”, is basically marinating wild boar or deer meat in wine, brandy, and aromatic herbs for 24 hours before roasting it to perfection. It is a healthier way of exploring tapas in the South of Spain and this dish is simply done with mushrooms, olive oil, garlic, and parsley in the oven.
Almería: It’s numerous and exquisite traditional dishes surprise us due to the simplicity of the ingredients as well as the use of different types of spices that give their dishes a unique flavor and with which it is very easy to conquer the palate of the most demanding diners. Another type of soup (served hot) is “SOPA de Almería” done with Monkish, accompanied by clams, prawns, peas, red peppers, and carrots.
Fríður Managua is a cocktail composed of many fish from the coast of Malaga such as anchovies, mullet, cuttlefish, squid, whiting, and much more.