Vanilla is called a queen or a princess of spices. The ancient Indian tribe Totonac in the mountains of Mexico was considered a holy plant. They used it as an integral part of medicinal mixtures against toxins, lung diseases, even syphilis. The tribe subdued the Aztecs to continue to enjoy the benefits of this clambering plant from the orchid family.
Nutritional Profile– Madagascar Natural vanilla bean has a major ingredient has a characteristic scent and aroma, Vanillin. Another important substance is Piperonal, which is an important ingredient of Vanilla fragrance. It also contains vitamin B groups (pantothenic acid, thiamine, riboflavin, pyridoxine), and minerals calcium, magnesium, potassium, manganese, iron, zinc.
Usage – Madagascar Natural vanilla bean is used to flavor vary kinds of cakes, pudding, ice cream, sweet dishes, beverages, and sauces. Vanilla is used in the pharmaceutical and cosmetic industries for perfumes, tonics, lotions, creams, etc. You can expand your use by choosing a bean or vanilla powder so you can prepare various dishes, beverages, tinctures and tonics.
Health Benefits– Because of all the ingredients, it is extremely effective in the treatment of skin diseases, alleviates the symptoms of colds and flu, stress and tension. It helps with gastric problems, irregular female periods, increases libido, and is recommended for tiredness in pregnancy. Vanilla coating currently relieves a toothache and relieves burns.