Buckwheat

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Common Buckwheat
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Plantae
Division: Magnoliophyta
Class: Magnoliopsida
Order: Caryophyllales
Family: Polygonaceae
Genus: Fagopyrum
Species: F. esculentum
Binomial name
Fagopyrum esculentum
Moench

Common Buckwheat (or buckwheat) is a plant. It is often seen as a cereal. Buckwheat is not a true grass. It is not related to wheat, because wheat is a true grass. Buckwheat seeds look like small beech tree seeds. Both seeds have three sides. Beech is also called buck. This is how buckwheat got its name - buckwheat is a plant that is used like wheat and whose seeds look like "buck", or beech seeds.

Benefits[change | change source]

Recent studies have proven that Buckwheat cures and prevents Cancer because Buckwheat plenty of Vitamin B17 and cancer is caused by its deficiency. Buckwheat is a very good source of important nutrients. The protein in Buckwheat is high quality and contains all essential digestive acids including lysine. It prevents gallstones from forming. Buckwheat is very good for your body

So much that buckwheat has been touted as “The world’s healthiest food”[1]

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