Bulk Phaseolus coccineus seeds are a rare type of edible seeds discovered in the Amazon rainforest. They are the smallest edible fruits known to man, and a popular pursuit for the adventurous type. The majority of the world's native species are quite small-sized, but the Brazilian ones are among the largest. They have an interesting physical attribute, the fruit being surrounded by a slimy wax membrane.
This uniqueness is due to the fact that the seeds are enclosed within this wax-like exterior. The seeds are highly perishable, so it is not advisable to store them in your refrigerator. Once the plant has matured, it is often eaten as a snack, although it may also be used as bait for fishing. It is available at most supermarkets and has become popular as a home remedy for a variety of ailments.
The bulk phaseolus contains a large amount of caffeine. This serves two purposes; firstly, it gives the fruit its distinctive bitter taste, which is off-putting to many people. The bitter taste comes from the large amount of caffeine it contains and is also due to the large quantity of tannic acid it contains. Tannic acid is what gives coffee its characteristic flavor.
It is not advisable to take bulk phaseolus with caffeine. Caffeine induces stimulation in the stomach and increases the rate of chemical changes which are involved in the digestion of the fruit. This can be harmful for those suffering from gastric-juice deficiency. It also has a diuretic effect on the system. So the safest way to take them is in the morning after you've had a good night's sleep.
You can store the seeds in a refrigerator if they are not used immediately. Seal them tightly into a bottle or container using a cork. Place it somewhere safe such as your desk drawer. Do not leave it near your microwave, stove, or toaster oven.
Bulk phaseolus can be frozen at low temperatures if you store them properly. It is best to wrap them in wax paper and put them in a freezer. At this stage they will be hard but won't stay that way for too long.
Freezing phaseolus is best stored in airtight canisters that are made specifically for storing medicinal seeds. Any open canister will lose all of the medicinal properties of the seed. The wax paper should be removed from the canister before placing it in the freezer to keep the seeds from melting. These canisters are often called "medical seed banks" because of their storage capabilities.
When the bulk medicinal phaseolus has finished drying and hardening, it should be stored in a cool, dark place. Seeds should never be stored near the sunlight. Seeds will dry out and die if stored in direct sunlight for too long. They should also never be stored in the refrigerator because it will cause the seed to go bad. The shelf life of bulk phaseolus will last from one year to three years depending on the storage conditions.
It may take up to a year to dry the bulk phaseolus completely once it has been harvested. This is due to the drying process. After the seeds have dried out completely, they must be treated to prevent them from germinating again. This treatment is commonly referred to as "kemoplasty."
The seeds will also need to be germinated before they can be planted. Germination is necessary for a successful planting. Once the seeds are germinated they can be planted and grown by hand.
Once the bulk phaseolus has been harvested, it must undergo a second process that is not as important, but still necessary. The medicinal plant must be cleaned and sanitized. It may also be placed in an acid or lye solution to cleanse it. This process is often used for the sole purpose of cleaning the seeds. The residue that remains from this process, will be passed on to a third party. The third party will use this residue to make capsules for distribution to medical centers and pharmacies.
There are some pharmaceutical companies that specialize in the production of medicinal herbs. They are the ones who will do all of the actual work in processing the bulk phaseolus for resale. It is their job to ensure that all of the necessary steps are completed to sell the medicinal phaseolus. Because of their specialized knowledge, they will generally charge more for their services. However, if you do your homework, you will be able to find a bulk phaseolus producer who can provide you with a reasonable price tag.