Lentils from India are a high source of protein and high fiber. As they belong to members of the legume family. Lentils are found in various varieties, like red lentils, green lentils, and black lentils, each with varying textures and flavors. Lentils are easy to cook and they protect heart health. Lentils have folate and […]
Turmeric has been used in Asia for thousands of years and is a major part of Ayurveda, Siddha medicine, traditional Chinese medicine, Unani and the animistic rituals of Austronesian peoples. Turmeric was first used as a dye, and then later it is being used for its medicinal properties. The precise origin of turmeric is unknown. […]
The genesis of almost all the spices was from India and the organic spices manufacturers in India are proud to be a part of this legacy. In ancient times sourcing divergent assortment of spices from India was both strenuous and risky. It meant commencement on long and difficult sea voyages ‐ as well as the […]
Sesame seed is considered to be an ancient oilseed crop known for humanity. Sesamum has many species, most being wild and native to sub‐Saharan Africa. Sesamum indicum, the cultivated type is originated in India. It is tolerant to drought‐like conditions, growing where other crops fail. Sesame has the highest oil contents as compared to other […]
Organic healthy food provides a new way of “healthy life”. The organic goods assure that toxic persistent pesticides, genetically modified organisms, synthetic fertilizers are not used in production. It also shows precise organic cultivation have been implemented with respect to water, soil and air protection. Organic products are grown naturally and without the use of […]
Psyllium plant scientifically known as Plantago ovata has gained high importance as a traditional medicine in the world due to its medicinal properties. Locally it is known as isabgol or isabhghula and is now cultivated on huge scale in India.
Amaranth is a species belonging to the genus Amaranthu. It has been cultivated for their grains for 8,000 years. Amaranth plants are classified as pseudocereals that are grown for their edible starchy seeds, but they are not in the same botanical family as cereals such as wheat and rice.
Turmeric is a sacred spice from India. It is nicknamed as “Indian solid Gold” or “Indian Saffron” owing to its golden Yellow color. Turmeric’s Botanical name is “Curcuma longa” which belongs to the Zingiberaceae family. It has a profound use as a flavouring & dyeing agent. The extract is used in pharmaceutical industries and Ayurvedic […]
Black cumin seed also known as Kalonji, black caraway, black seeds and black onion seeds. It is native to south‐eastern Asia and North America. Black seed come from Nigella sativa, a small plant with pale purple, blue, or white flowers that grows in Eastern Europe, Western Asia and Middle‐east. The black cumin seed oil has […]
Humans have been consuming Lentils for thousands of years. Lentils were considered as a poor man’s food due to their inexpensive nature. Lentils may be cheap but their nutritious value is huge and is the most flavorful among all the legumes. Lentils, botanically-known as Lens culinaris esculenta, grow in pods that contain either one or […]