October 24, 2018
October 24, 2018

SUMAC EXTRACT (RHUS CORIARIA) is lemony and tangy flavored spice in the Mediterranean. It has a lot of Vit C and other phytochemicals which is the strongest antioxidant among all spices. It has 312.400 mol units ORAC(Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity) values. Nearly 4% of sumac by weight includes tannins. It is an excellent source of organic acids, myricetin, anthocyanin, kaempferol, gallotannic acid, flavones, volatile oil, tartaric acids, phenolic acids, malic acid, hydrolyzed tannins, anthocyanin, citric acids, flavonols and quercetin, which are all beneficial to human health.   Its tangy flavor is the result of high acid content and because of malic acid, gallic acid, citric acid, fumaric acid and ascorbic acid present in berries. Potassium, Calcium, Magnesium, and Phosphorus are minerals found in good amounts in Sumac berries Antimicrobial properties of sumac were attributed to the presence of methyl gallic acid, gallic acid and other compounds in a study published in Journal of Ethnopharmacology. Traditionally powdered sumac bark is used as antiseptic


  • It helps for cardiovascular diseases( It helps to reduce cholesterol level
  • It is anti-inflammatory properties So; helps respiratory disorders, bronchitis
  • It helps for common colds
  • It helps arthritis and bone loss
  • It helps the controlling herpes simplex virüs
  • It protects liver diseases
  • It helps diabetes and obesity
  • It helps to increase the secretion of breast milk
  • It helps menstrual cramps
  • It has diuretic properties
  • It is helpful for upset stomach
  • It has antimicrobial and antifungal effect