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Pumpkin seeds belong to the gourd or Cucurbitaceae family. Pumpkin seeds, also known as pepitas, are flat, dark green seeds. Some are encased in a yellow-white husk, although some varieties of pumpkins produce seeds without shells. The biggest international producers of pumpkins include the United States, Mexico,India, and China.

 

 

 

 

 

snow white pumpkin seedsProduct Name: Snow White Pumpkin Seeds
Size: 10.5cm, 11cm, 12cm, 13cm, 14cm, 15cm
Origin: Northeast of China.
Package: in 25 kg or 50 kg New Strong P.P woven bags
Specification: Moisture: 9% Max
Admixture:0.5% Max
Heavy Dirty Seeds: 1% Max
Light Dirty Seeds: 2% Max

 

 

 

 

 

 

shine skin pumpkin seedShine Skin Pumpkin Seeds
Size: 11cm, 12cm, 13cm, 14cm,15cm
Origin: Northeast of China.
Package: in 25 kg or 50 kg New Strong P.P woven bags
Specification: Moisture: 9% Max
Admixture: 0.5% Max
Heavy Dirty Seeds: 1% Max
Light Dirty Seeds: 2% Max

 

 

 

 

 

 

Are pumpkin seeds good for you?

 

 

Pumpkin seeds, are one of nature’s almost perfect foods that like the majority of nuts and plant seeds, are exceptionally good for you. They are nature’s own little multi-supplement containing a wide variety of nutrients, which is a natural source of beneficial constituents such as carbohydrates, amino acids and unsaturated fatty acids. They also contain most of the B vitamins, along with C, D, E, and K. They also have the minerals calcium, potassium, and phosphorous. Pumpkin seeds have mainly been used to treat prostate and bladder problems, but they have also been known to help with depression and learning disabilities.

 

Nowadays in China more and more people to notice the health benefits of pumpkin seeds. We are eating them for treating kidney problems and to eliminate parasites from the intestines.

 

Pumpkin seeds are full of iron, zinc, calcium and magnesium, arguably the four most important minerals our bodies need. Iron is essential for the generation of new blood cells, zinc is needed for the formation of protein, calcium is vital for strong bones and magnesium is used in nerve and muscle function.