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Dried Carob (Keci Boynuzu)

MEK NATURE 500g.
Carob is a beneficial type of shrub in the same family as peas that have a wide variety of health benefits, including its ability to boost the immune system, reduce the risk of cancer, improve digestion, slow down aging, prevent cardiovascular diseases, and manage diabetes. Widely produced in Turkey. It is also beneficial for lungs and mental health and increases libido.
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