Sumac is a antioxidant powerhouse, the phytochemicals in sumac include tannins, polyphenols, flavonoids (including luteolin, apigenin, and quercetin), organic acids, essential oils, and fatty acids.Sumac has also shown to have antiviral and antifungal activity.
Sumac is alkaline when fresh. Sumac is gluten free. Sumac does not contain gluten. Sumac is vegan. Sumac is a spice and not an animal product or byproduct, therefore making it a vegan food.
It also contains minerals such as potassium, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, iron, zinc, and boron, as well as vitamins, mainly B6, B1, and B2. The fruit of Rhus coriaria contains vitamin C (39mg/kg), and the tart flavor comes from the high levels of malic acid, which allows it to boast some pretty impressive health claims. It has a remarkable antioxidant profile as it provides polyphenols and flavonoids like gallic acid, tannins, and quercetin, as well as loads of vitamin C.
Chemical defenses in the leaves of sumacs are diverse and potent. They contain tannins, phytols, and three different compounds related to gallic acid which have antimicrobial activities. Sumac is an excellent herb for the helping with inflammatory conditions of the urinary tract, whether or not they are due to infection. It will reduce inflammation, promote tissue healing, and help reduce infection due to many kinds of bacteria as well as Candida albicans. Sumac helps to reduce prostate inflammation as well.
Active Ingredients: Wildcrafted Sumac (Rhus Glabra)Berries,Bark,Leaves, GoldenSeal Root, PauD'Arco Bark
Other Ingredients: Grain Alcohol & Vegetable Glycerin
HOW TO USE: Two droppers full 3x daily No Longer than two weeks.
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
WARNING: REMEMBER TO DO YOUR OWN RESEARCH
Because sumac is in the same family as cashews, folks who are allergic to tree nuts should work with their doctors and be very careful to ensure they are not also allergic to sumac. The same is true of mangos. If you experience any issues like itching, hives, or swelling after you consume sumac, stop using it, and consult with a doctor familiar with food allergies.