BONISEAFOOD INC can offer dried Wild Sea Cucumber flowers from Latin America. While you may not be familiar with sea cucumbers, they’re considered a delicacy in many Asian cultures. Sea cucumber is also used in traditional Chinese medicine, where it’s believed to have healing properties and used to treat ailments like arthritis, cancer, frequent urination, and impotence (2Trusted Source).
Not to be confused with vegetables, sea cucumbers are marine animals.
They live on sea floors throughout the world, but the greatest population is found in the Pacific Ocean.
Most sea cucumbers resemble large worms. These slug-like animals are used either fresh or dried in various dishes, though the dried form is by far the most commonly used. In fact, they have been fished from the Pacific Ocean for over 170 years (1Trusted Source). Treatment: OVEN Dried. Average size of dried product: 1cm+. Color : black, solid. Pollution-free. Moisture : 5-10%. Pack: Bulk master carton 20-30 IQF Kg. Carton Shelf life – 1-2 years. Has 24% more protein than the body of the sea cucumber.
Dried sea cucumber flower can be made soup, сreams, tinctures, medicinal wine or ferment fresh “sea cucumber” salted into sauce. Dried sea cucumber flowers (PATALLUS MOLLIS) contain special effects on the human body acidic viscose polysaccharides, lipids, visceral pigment (beta carotene, sea choline purple, astaxanthin, zeaxanthin, keratosin, etc.), as well as sea cucumber wall content higher than niobium, nucleic acid, arginine and other active substances, but also contains sea cucumber saponin, selenium, calcium and other useful ingredients. Sea cucumbers deliver an impressive amount of nutrients and beneficial compounds, including protein, antioxidants, and B vitamins. Sea cucumbers are also rich in compounds called triterpene glycosides, which possess antifungal, antitumor, and immune-boosting properties.