Close
My account
Setting
Language
GET 20% OFF

By subscribing to our newsletter

Language
My Cart
Natural Ingredients

Macadamia

Rich in minerals and vitamins. Useful for metabolism, helps fight free radicals
They are also called Queensland Nuts or Australian Walnuts because they are the fruit of a tropical plant called Macadamia Integrifolia, native to Queensland, a region located in north-eastern Australia.

I nutraceutici

  • Calcium
  • Phosphorus
  • Vitamin A
  • B Vitamins
  • Flavonoids
  • Omega 6
  • Omega 3
In high doses can cause diarrhea in some subjects. The fibres in the intestinal tract also begin to ferment when they are attacked by bacterial flora. This fermentation process can cause gas and intestinal pain.
Its emollient properties make it ideal for facial and scalp treatments.
Macadamia nuts were discovered in the 16th century by native Australian populations and were imported into Europe in the second half of the 19th century. From then on, it immediately spread to many regions of the world with tropical climates

Macadamia nuts are the subject of scientific studies because they are considered a true elixir of life.

The palmitoleic acid contained in these fruits seems to have very positive effects on metabolism, bringing well-being and longevity to the body.

The high content of this acid is to be considered very precious since it is a substance almost absent in the Mediterranean diet.

Macadamia nuts help to fight free radicals, which means cellular ageing, and "bad" cholesterol.

They are allies of liver and muscle health and thanks to the fibre content they regulate bowel movement.

Macadamia nuts are rich in calcium, which is essential for the healthy and balanced growth of bones, teeth and muscletissue.