Buck Wheat

Buckwheat's Numerous Benefits and Nutritional

and Medicinal Value Makes it a Healthy Choice

for Today's Health Conscious Consumers"

Buckwheat nutrition facts

Buckwheat is neither a cereal grain

nor related to the wheat. It is, in fact, a seed

but handled in a similar way like any other common

cereal grains. Binomially, it belongs within t...

Buckwheat's Numerous Benefits and Nutritional

and Medicinal Value Makes it a Healthy Choice

for Today's Health Conscious Consumers"

Buckwheat nutrition facts

Buckwheat is neither a cereal grain

nor related to the wheat. It is, in fact, a seed

but handled in a similar way like any other common

cereal grains. Binomially, it belongs within the family

of Polygonaceae, which also include sorrel, rhubarb,

Japanese knotweed, etc. Scientific name is Fagopyrum esculentum.

The crop was first cultivated in the high plains of southeastern China and Himalay and mountain area of Pakistan as centuries ago, and has been staple food of the inhabitants much before rice and other cereal grains gradually replaced its cultivation. Its grains, indeed, provided much needed essential nutrients, protein, fats and minerals to the inhabitants during early civilizations, enabling them to thrive well under inhospitable terrains. Recently, there has been a renewed interest in its revival as routine crops among the nutrition scienists.

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