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Ep 316 Growing From Seed Raw Jungle Peanuts Indoors / Outdoors

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Published on Oct 23, 2012

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At last my video on growing from seed raw jungle peanuts.. Started them back in Feb 2012 and harvest was completed in Oct 2012 , how did they do , well you will find out in this video..


Raw & Organic Wild Jungle Peanuts contain 26% protein, higher than any other nut. Over 40% of the oils contained in this ancient peanut are oleic acid (the main fatty acid in olive oil which is considered heart healthy) and all 8 essential amino acids. Enjoy as a snack, in smoothies, salads, and more! These ancient, heirloom nuts are planted by hand, deep in the Amazon Jungle. They are hand harvested. Then these nuts are carried along trails by foot to a city where they can be shipped or flown. These wild jungle peanuts are free from aflatoxins. Aflatoxins are toxic substances made by molds. These aflatoxins are very toxic to the liver even in very small amounts. Unfortunately, Aflatoxins on American peanuts are a very real problem. Aflatoxins are a health danger to people who eat nuts, especially peanuts. However, because these ancient, nuts are a wild, heirloom nut, planted far away from civilization, these Jungle Peanuts are essentially aflatoxin free. Laboratory testing of these wild jungle peanuts has shown both the B1 and total level of aflatoxins to be less than 0.2 parts per billion every time they are tested. These unique, delicious aflatoxin-free nuts have a one year shelf-life from date of harvest.

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