Product in Brief
Vanilla beans are dried, powdered, and processed to create a fine powder known as vanilla powder. If you need a dry or alcohol-free product, vanilla powder is a great substitute for vanilla extract. Alcohol is not present in vanilla powder, which is prepared from hand-picked vanilla beans. The advantage of utilizing this vanilla powder in place of vanilla extract is that it will impart a natural vanilla flavour to your baked goods or beverages without leaving an alcoholic aftertaste.
|100g /Customize Packages
Serving Size: 1 Cup, 208 g
Calories 599 Kcal. Calories from Fat 1.08 Kcal.
|Total Fat (lipid)
|Vitamin B1 (Thiamin)
|Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin)
|Vitamin B3 (Niacin)
|Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic acid)
|Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine)
|Fatty acids, total saturated
|Fatty acids, total monounsaturated
|Fatty acids, total polyunsaturated
In addition to being a flavorful ingredient, vanilla is a medicinal plant. Vanilla extract and vanilla beans, as well as the essential oil from vanilla beans, are both used as medicines to treat a variety of illnesses. Numerous health benefits of vanilla include antioxidant, anti-carcinogenic, antidepressant, and aphrodisiac properties. Among vanilla’s many health advantages are:
- Brings about a calming effect
According to research, preterm babies who smell vanilla before and during a blood test experience a relaxing impact. Additionally, vanilla has the effect of reducing infants’ crying. Even grown-ups can feel calmed by the scent of vanilla. It can lessen startle reactions and offer some relief from sleep apnea, a condition where breathing regularly stops and starts while you sleep.
- Reduces sugar consumption
Vanilla can be used to minimize your sugar intake because it has fewer calories and carbs than sugar. Vanilla as a sugar alternative can help you live a healthier lifestyle by lowering high blood glucose levels.
- Reduces tooth pain
While vanilla extract’s antioxidants may have therapeutic properties, its alcohol content can help relieve some toothache discomfort. Apply a few drops of vanilla extract on a cotton ball and place it over the sore spot in your mouth to use this alternative treatment.
- Anti-aging Advantages
Antioxidants found in vanilla are excellent for preventing and reversing free radical damage to the skin. Fine lines, wrinkles, and age spots are some of the indicators of ageing that it helps to delay. Because of its aroma and anti-ageing properties, it is widely used in the cosmetics sector. Along with keeping your skin smooth and supple, applying raw vanilla beans blended with organic oil gives out a wonderful chocolaty smell.
We all know that because of their straightforward applications and immediate effects, essential oils are frequently employed for their energizing and antidepressant properties. The brain can be swiftly and significantly affected by simply inhaling a scent!
- Alleviate pain
A substance known as vanillin has magical qualities. It possesses anaesthetic qualities in addition to acting as a pain reliever. These characteristics make it suitable for reducing pain naturally. It eases pain from inflammation, toothaches, and other types of pain.
- Blood Pressure is Reduced
Due to its sedative properties, vanilla oil naturally lowers blood pressure by calming the body and mind. Stress is a major contributor to high blood pressure; vanilla oil can lower blood pressure by calming the body and mind.
- Calms burns
Burns, wounds, and cuts have traditionally been treated with vanilla as a home cure. Essential oils or concentrated vanilla extracts shouldn’t be used directly for fresh burns. Vanilla extract-based topical therapies could be beneficial.
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