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BEANPOD

Common Beanpod Tea
(Phaseolus vulgaris / Phaseolamin)


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  • Beanpod Herbal Description
  • Beanpod Uses, Health Benefits & Scientific Evidence
  • Beanpod Dosage Information
  • Beanpod Safety, Cautions & Interactions
  • Beanpod Supplements & Products




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    BEANPOD HERBAL DESCRIPTION

    BLOOD SUGAR REGULATION

    Beanpod Tea is a mild, pleasant-tasting tea, which may have many healthful benefits. It has been found to be successful in the lowering of blood sugar levels for thousands of poeple in Russia and Europe for many centuries. 100% natural bean pod leaves. Beanpod tea contains the pods of various beans, naturally rich in amino acids, choline and enzymes, which helps detoxify the pancreas, balance blood sugar levels, encourage the pancreas to produce its own insulin, and may help regulate diabetes and relieve diabetic symptoms such as excessive thirst, dry mouth, frequent urination, and headaches. Beanpod tea is comprised of a combination of pods of kidney, white, navy, great northern and baby lima beans.

    MoonDragon's Nutrition Basics: Bean Herbal Information





    BEANPOD USES, HEALTH BENEFITS & SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE

    MEDICINAL USES

    Beanpod Tea is comprised of a combination of the pods of kidney, white, navy, great northern and baby lima beans.

    Beanpod Tea contains the following amino acids: tyrosine, trytophan, arginine plus the B vitamin choline and the enzyme betaine.

    The aim of Beanpod Tea is to enable the pancreas to produce its own insulin and to bring blood sugar levels to an acceptable range: somewhere between 110 to 140 without additional medication. Very often although blood sugar has not yet reached an acceptable level, nevertheless, the body experiences positive changes. Many people may be able to replace their insulin or medications with all natural Beanpod Tea.

    Many individuals feel relief from their diabetic symptoms (for example, excessive thirst, dry mouth, frequent urination, headaches, etc.). A diabetic taking insulin or other medication is not being cured; he is only being aided in the digestion of starches and sugars that the individual has just consumed. The problem with most diabetics is that the pancreas lies dormant because of all the sweets and toxins that a person consumes. Depending on the severity of each individual case, this tea will locate the sugars and toxins in the blood and organs and flush them out. Realizing that the blood and organs are cleansed, the pancreas will start functioning once again to produce its own insulin.

    Patience is the key word in the usage of this tea. Most people will not experience instant relief with the usage of this tea. Diabetics must take the Bean pod Tea on a regular basis for approximately three months in order to normalize their blood sugar levels. Really difficult cases will probably need more time to see results.



    BEANS - NUTRITION FACTS


    Below is information on the calorie, protein, carbohydrates and other minerals found in a single-cup (1 cup) serving of different bean varieties. This will guide you in choosing which type you should use in your meals. Beans listed below are cooked by boiling without salt, unless otherwise specified.
    TYPES OF BEANS
    Calories
    (cal)
    Protein
    (g)
    Fat
    (g)
    Carbohydrates
    (g)
    Fiber
    (g)
    Calcium
    (mg)
    Iron
    (mg)
    Adzuki Bean
    294 (cal)
    17.3 (g)
    0.2 (g)
    57.0 (g)
    16.8 (g)
    64.4 (mg)
    4.6 (mg)

  • Adzuki Beans
  • Description: Small, reddish brown.
    Flavor: Nutty, sweet.
    Cooking Time: 3/4 to 1 hour.
    Culinary Uses: Often used in Asian cuisine; particularly popular in Japanese cooking for confections.
    Black Bean
    227
    15.24
    0.93
    40.78
    15
    46
    3.61

  • Black Beans
  • Description: Small to Medium ovals with deep black-skins; dark-cream-to-gray flesh. Soft texture.
    Flavor: Earthy, mild, sweet flavor with a hint of mushrooms.
    Cooking Time: 1 to 1.5 hours.
    Culinary Uses: Most often used in thick soups or with rice; stews, sauces. Basic for many Southwestern (U.S.), Mexican, Caribbean and Latin American cooking in soups and side dishes. Because of their meaty texture and mushroom-like flavor, black beans are often paired with chillies and are often used in tacos, burritos and soups. . Black beans are only packaged dry but are not carried in all supermarkets. You might find them in stores that carry Spanish or Oriental foods. They are popular throughout Latin America.
    Comments: Also called turtle bean, Mexican black and Spanish black bean. Also known as turtle beans or black turtle beans in reference to their jet black color and oval shape.
    Blackeye Bean
    160 (cal)
    5.2 (g)
    0.6 (g)
    33.5 (g)
    8.3 (g)
    211 (mg)
    1.8 (mg)

  • Blackeye Beans (Cowpeas)
  • Description: Kidney shape; white skin with small black eye, very fine wrinkles. Creamy texture.
    Flavor: Scented aroma, distinctive flavor.
    Cooking Time: 1/2 to 1 hour.
    Culinary Uses: Originally from Africa, still very common there; also called cowpeas or black-eyed peas; cook rapidly with no pre-soaking needed. Try in stir-fried blackeyes & beef or turkey and bean salad with apricot-ginger dressing.
    Cranberry Bean
    241 (cal)
    16.5 (g))
    0.8 (g))
    43.3 (g))
    17.7 (g))
    88.5 (mg))
    3.7 (mg)

  • Cranberry Beans (Roman Beans)
  • Description: Small rounded beans, ivory color with red markings that disappear on cooking.
    Flavor: Creamy texture; subtle, nut-like taste.
    Cooking Time: 3/4 to 1 hour.
    Culinary Uses: A favorite in northern Italian, Spanish and Portuguese cuisines. Try them in cranberry bean pizza.
    Fava Beans)
    187
    12.92
    0.68
    33.4
    9.2
    61
    2.55

  • Fava Beans (Broad Beans)
  • Description: Large pale-green bean, 4 to 5 beans per pod. In their green pod, they resemble oversized sweet peas. Fava beans need to be peeled twice. The bean has a thick white-ish skin around it which also needs to be peeled off. One pound of unpeeled beans will give you approximately 1/3 cup of favas.
    Flavor: Fava beans are often unappreciated because of their slightly bitter taste. They have a meaty, starchy texture and a bold, earthy taste.
    Cooking Time: 1 to 2 hours.
    Culinary Uses: They usually come in pods, which are removed before eating or cooking, and they are usually dried or mixed in dishes. They are best served steamed with olive oil, salt and lemon, or as an addition to pasta and soups. Soak overnight. Drain water. If your fava beans were not already shelled, you should be able to slip the outer skins off after soaking by squeezing the beans between your fingers. Once favas are shelled, fill pot with fresh, cold water for cooking. Place on stove and bring to a boil in a pot with a lid. Once boiling, reduce to a simmer, tilting the lids slightly to allow steam to escape, and leave to cook for one to two hours, until tender or desired consistency.
    Kidney Beans
    225
    15.3
    0.9
    40.4
    11.3
    62.0
    3.9

  • Light Red Kidney Beans
  • Description: Large, kidney-shaped bean.
    Flavor: Robust, full-bodied flavor and soft texture.
    Cooking Time: 1 to 2 hours.
    Comments: Also called Mexican Bean.
    Culinary Uses: Most often used in chili; popular in salads and with rice, Caribbean region, Portugal, Spain.

  • Dark Red Kidney Beans
  • Description: Large, kidney-shaped bean. deep reddish brown.
    Flavor: Robust, full-bodied flavor and soft texture.
    Cooking Time: 1.5 to 2 hours.
    Comments: Also called Mexican Bean.
    Culinary Uses: Most often used in chili, popular in salads, paired with rice.

  • Small Red Beans
  • Description: Dark red color; flavor and properties are similar to red kidney, only smaller. A bright red pea bean that adds sparkle to bean salads, and like all colored beans, can be substituted for any of the colored varieties.
    Cooking Time: 1 to 1.5 hours.
    Comments: Also called Mexican Red Bean; hold shape and firmness when cooked.
    Culinary Uses: Most often used in soups, salads, chili and creole dishes.
    Garbanzo Bean
    269
    14.53
    4.25
    44.97
    12.5
    80
    4.74

  • Garbanzo Bean (Chickpea)
  • Description: Beige to pale yellow.
    Flavor: Nutlike taste, buttery texture.
    Cooking Time: 1 to 1.5 hours.
    Culinary Uses: Called chickpeas; especially popular in Middle Eastern, Indian dishes, such as hummus, falafels, curries. Try them in a grilled tuna and bean salad or make your own falafel.
    Great Northern
    209 (cal)
    14.7 (g)
    0.8 (g)
    37.3 (g)
    12.4 (g)
    120 (mg)
    3.8 (mg)

  • Great Northern Beans
  • Description: Medium size, white color, flat, kidney-oval shape.
    Flavor: Mild, delicate flavor with a powdery texture. Take on flavors of other foods with which they are cooked. They are commonly found dried. They have a delicate flavor which makes them a good choice for salads. You may find canned Great Northerns. Substitute canned canellini beans for canned Great Northerns. Canellini beans are also called white kidney beans.
    Cooking Time: 3/4 to 1 hour.
    Comments: Belongs to the White Bean or Haricot bean family.
    Culinary Uses: Most often used in soups, stews. Popular in France in cassoulet (a white bean casserole); in U.S., traditionally prepared a Boston baked beans.
    Green Bean, Raw
    34.1 (cal)
    2.0 (g)
    0.1 (g)
    7.8 (g)
    3.7 (g)
    40.7 (mg)
    1.1 (mg)

  • Green Beans (Snap Beans / String Beans)
  • Description: Unripe fruit of Phaseolus vulgaris. Long, thin fillet type pod to wide romano type pod with common types in between, depending on variety. Crisp and tender. Medium, rich emerald green pod and bean. The pod comes to a slight point at either end. Although usually green they can be purple, red or streaked. Grown as pole beans or bush beans.
    Flavor: Mild, delicate flavor. Great texture.
    Cooking Time: 5 minutes, steamed.
    Comments: Green beanns belong to the same family as shell beans, such as Pinto, Black, and Kidney beans. They differ in that they are usually picked while immature and while the inner beans are beginning to form in the pod. They are typically eaten fresh (versus dried) pod and all.
    Culinary Uses: Green beans are of nearly universal distribution. They are marketed canned, frozen, and fresh. Green beans are often steamed, boiled, stir-fried, or baked in casseroles. After cooking, they may be added to cold bean salads.
    Lima Beans
    176
    10.1
    0.72
    33.06
    13
    70
    4

  • Lima Beans (Butter Beans)
  • General Description: Lima beans are light green to whitish in color, oblong in shape with a buttery and starchy texture. Their exquisite taste makes them a good compliment for a variety of dishes and herbs.

    Baby Lima Beans
    Description: Flat-shaped, creamy white.
    Flavor: Rich, buttery.
    Cooking Time: 1 hour.
    Culinary Uses: Soups, stews and casseroles; or simply cooked with herbs and spices. Try them in this sweet onion apricot limas recipe.

    Large Lima Beans
    Description: Flat shape, light green to ivory color.
    Flavor: Smooth, creamy, sweet.
    Cooking Time: 1 to 1.5 hours.
    Culinary: Used in American succotash; good substitute for potatoes or rice; excellent in soups, casseroles. Try them in tomato butter bean bok choy or white bean chili.
    Navy Beans
    255 (cal)
    15.0 (g)
    1.1 (g)
    47.8 (g)
    19.1 (g)
    126 (mg)
    4.3 (mg)

  • Navy Beans
  • Description: Small white ovals.
    Flavor: Mild flavor with powdery texture.
    Cooking Time: 1.5 to 2 hours.
    Comments: Also known as pea beans and small white beans.
    Culinary Uses: Most often used in pork and beans or baked beans; used in soups and stews; great pureed. Navy beans are also excellent for soups, chowders, and are most often called for in bean pot recipes.
    Pink Beans
    252 (cal)
    15.3 (g)
    0.8 (g)
    47.2 (g)
    9.0 (g)
    87.9 (mg)
    3.9 (mg)

  • Pink Beans
  • Description: Small, pale-pink; turn reddish brown when cooked.
    Flavor: Rich, meaty with slightly powdery texture.
    Cooking Time: 1 hour.
    Culinary Uses: Related to kidney beans; often used in chili; a favorite in Old West (U.S.) recipes. Try them in pink beans with chicken breasts, oranges and walnuts or cajun bean, corn and shrimp bisque.
    Pinto Beans
    245 (cal)
    15.4 (g)
    1.1 (g)
    44.8 (g)
    15.4 (g)
    78.6 (mg)
    3.6 (mg)

  • Pinto Beans
  • Description: Medium ovals; mottled beige and brown color.
    Flavor: Earthy flavor and powdery texture. Distinguished for its succulent flavor and dappled, bicolor appearance.
    Cooking Time: 1.5 to 2 hours.
    Comments: Closely related to red kidney beans; when cooked, lose mottling and turn brown.
    Culinary Uses: Most often used in refried beans; great for Tex-Mex and Mexican bean dishes. A favorite for chili, refried beans and in other Mexican-American dishes. If unavailable, substitute with pink beans. Pintos tend to be mushier when cooked, than pink or red beans.
    34.1(cal)
    2.0 (g)
    0.1 (g)
    7.9 (g)
    3.7 (g)
    40.7 (mg)
    1.1 (mg)

  • Wax Beans (Yellow Beans / Yellow Wax Beans / Butter Beans)
  • Description: Bright yellow coloration, pod and beans.
    Flavor: Similar in taste to string or green beans. Slightly sweet, rich taste and crunchy texture with a lot of snap.
    Cooking Time: 5 minutes, steamed. Can be eaten raw or cooked.
    Comments: Closely related to green beans and can be used as a substitute in recipes.
    Culinary Uses: Wax beans can be used as a substitute in any recipe where green beans or string beans are used. They make a delicious addition to salads, soups, and pasta dishes. Their pleasant color creates a lovely contrast to regular green beans, so consider using half wax and half green beans in a recipe to add visual appeal.
    White Beans
    220 (cal)
    12 (g)
    10 (g)
    38 (g)
    16 (g)
    50 (mg)
    5 (mg)

  • White Beans (Cannelini Beans)
  • Description: Large white beans, about 1/2-inch long, with a firm texture and skin.
    Flavor: Nutlike flavor. Mild in taste and hold shape well.
    Cooking Time: 1 to 2 hours. Culinary Uses: Often found in Italian Cuisine. A staple of minestrones, fagioli's, and salads. Use in tuna and white bean salad.





    BEANPOD DOSAGE INFORMATION

    TEA SUPPLEMENTS

    Place one heaping tablespoon of tea leaves in 12 ounces of boiling water. Cook for 5 minutes on medium flame in covered pot. Turn off fire and allow to steep for an additional 10 minutes. It is preferable for the tea to be boiled at night and left overnight in pot. Strain liquid and divide into three equal parts. (The strained liquid equal a full cup.)

    Drink one part approximately 15 minutes before each meal. The tea can be used either hot, cold or at room temperature.

    Beanpod tea should be used within 30 hours of preparation.

    Dosage: Juvenile diabetics, age 6 to 12 should take half the recommended adult dosage. Those ages 12 to 16 should takes 3/4 of the recommended adult dosage. For Tincture Extract - Use 6 to 12 drops in juice, water, under the tongue or as desired. May be taken 3 times daily.

    Shake well. Store in cool dark place. Keep out of reach of children. WARNING: Do not take if you have kidney stones, hypoglycemia, or if you are pregnant.





    BEANPOD SAFETY, CAUTIONS & INTERACTIONS INFORMATION

    SAFETY CONCERNS

    Warnings: This tea contains no harmful side effects, whatsoever. The continuation of all medication and diet is recommended while using this tea. Beanpod Tea is not recommended for anyone with kidney stones, ulcers, hypoglycemia (low blood sugar), during pregnancy, and for those with manmade organs. After the individual has maintained an acceptable, stable sugar level, he should then consult with his health care provider about adjustments in medication.




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    BEAN POD (BEANPOD) HERBAL PRODUCTS

    Bean Pod contains amino acids and enzymes. It gradually aids the pancreas to produce insulin. Beanpod Tea is an all natural, mild and pleasant tasting tea which is very beneficial for diabetics. This tea is a natural detox tea that detoxifies the pancreas and other related organs. Beanpod Tea is an all natural, mild and pleasant tasting tea which may have many healthful benefits. It has been found to be sucessful in the lowering of blood sugar levels for thousands of people in Russia and Europe for many centuries.This tea is a natural detox tea that detoxifies the pancreas and other related organs. Beanpod Tea is comprised of a combination of the pods of kidney, white, navy, great northern and baby lima beans. Beanpod Tea contains the following amino acids: tyrosine, trytophan, arginine plus the B vitamin choline and the enzyme betaine.


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    Beanpod Tea contains the pods of various beans, naturally rich in amino acids, choline and enzymes, which helps detoxify the pancreas, balance blood sugar levels, encourage the pancreas to produce its own insulin, and may help regulate diabetes and relieve diabetic symptoms such as excessive thirst, dry mouth, frequent urination, and headaches. A mild and pleasant-tasting tea, which may have many healthful benefits. It has been found to be successful in the lowering of blood sugar levels for thousands of people in Russia and Europe for many centuries. Beanpod Tea is comprised of a combination of Pods of Kidney, White, Navy, Great Northern and Baby Lima Beans. Place one heaping tablespoon of tea leaves in 12 ounces of boiling water. Cook for 5 minutes on medium flame in covered pot. Turn off fire and allow to steep for an additional 10 minutes. It is preferable for the tea to be boiled at night and left overnight in pot. Strain liquid and divide into three equal parts. (The strained liquid equal a full cup.) Drink one part approximately 15 minutes before each meal. The tea can be used either hot, cold or at room temperature. Beanpod tea should be used within 30 hours of preparation. Juvenile diabetics, age 6 to 12 should take half the recommended adult dosage. Those ages 12 to 16 should takes 3/4 of the recommended adult dosage. Does Not Contain Caffeine. Beanpod Tea is not recommended for anyone with kidney stones, ulcers or hypoglycemia (low blood sugar).

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    Recent local studies have shown that kidney bean pods are effective in lowering blood sugar levels and can be used (with the concurrence of a health practitioner) for mild cases of blood sugar level concerns. Kidney bean pod tea according to a naturopathic use, can be useful for dropsy, sciatica, chronic joint pain, kidney and bladder problems, uric acid accumulations, and loss of albumin in the urine during pregnancy. Hot tea brewing method: Bring freshly drawn cold water to a rollingboil. Place one teaspoons for each cup into the teapot. Pour the boiling waterinto the teapot. Cover and let steep for 3 to 7 minutes according to taste (the longer the steeping time the stronger the tea). Iced tea brewing method (to make 1 liter/quart): Place 6 teaspoons into a teapot or heat resistant pitcher. Pour 1 1/4 cups of freshly boiled water over the tea. Steep for 5 minutes. Chill. May be taken as a tea or applied externally.


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