We deal with Walnut, Poppy seed, Almond, Sunflower seed, Pumpkin seed, ect. Click to go our other website.

Poppy Seed

The only thing most people know about poppies is that they can be ground and mixed with sugar as a tasty filling for cakes and pancakes. However, the tiny black seeds have many good properties

Calcium and phosphorus

A single teaspoon of poppy seeds contains 4 percent of our daily calcium and phosphorus needs – these two minerals are very important to keep our bones strong and healthy. If there is not enough of them in our body permanently, the density of our bones decreases: they become weaker and more fragile. Muscles and nerve cells also need calcium, and calcium is also necessary at the cellular level for the healthy functioning of the body.


One teaspoon of poppy seeds contains 0.3 milligrams of iron, which is 4 percent of the required daily intake for men and 2 percent for women. Iron plays an important role in ensuring that inhaled oxygen reaches everywhere in our body, and also helps our muscles store oxygen. The immune system also needs iron to function properly. Women need more iron than men—up until menopause, 18 milligrams a day. After menopause, the required daily intake drops to 8 grams.


We don’t need huge amounts of zinc, but if we don’t take in a little every day, it can be a problem, since our body can’t store this mineral. Zinc plays an important role in cell formation, it is also needed for the proper functioning of the immune system. Men need 11 milligrams and women 8 milligrams of it per day. One teaspoon of poppy contains 0.2 milligrams, which covers 3 percent of a woman’s need and 2 percent of a man’s need.


Poppy can be included in our diet in many ways. It can be filled in cakes, puddings, pancakes. It can be sprinkled on salads, breads and pastries. We can also make cakes with poppy flour, and there are cake recipes in which ground poppy can be used instead of flour, and you can even get poppy ice cream in many places.