AMLA WHOLE (DRY)
How to use: Amla also known as Indian Gooseberries. Amla is used world-wide as a souring agent in various food dishes.
It has medicinal purposes and is used for various ailments such as fever, liver disorder, indigestion, anemia, heart complaints and urinary problems.
Amla is also known to have many beauty benefits and is used as skin-care and hair-care. It freshens your skin and make your hair feel healthy, shiny and smooth.
Take pieces of dry amla, soak in water overnight, and use the water to rinse your hair in the shower.
Amla is a great source of Vitamin C and Amla whole can be taken orally. Amla has special importance in Ayurveda also. It is one of the most powerful antioxidants which efficiently boosts immunity. It very well rejuvenates body systems and is one of the best herbs for daily use
You can find other uses for this herb as well!
POMEGRANATE SEEDS POWDER
How to use: Pomegranate powder spikes both sweet and savory dishes with the distinct sweet-tart flavor of pomegranate along with the nutrients found in this gorgeous fruit.
Pomegranate powder boasts high levels of phytonutrients including:
- vitamin C
How to use: Dagad Phool or Stone Flower is a lichen. It has no taste, no smell and is light like paper. You cannot crush it or powder it - it has to be torn apart like say, cellophane tape. It is used extensively in Chettinad cooking, especially chicken curries etc.
How to use: Molokhia ( ملوخية), also known as Jute, or Jews Mallow is the name of both a plant and a dish. It has medium sized saw-toothed leaves that come to a point at the tip and have small tendrils at the base of each leaf.
The leaves are rich in betacarotene, iron, calcium, Vitamin C and more than 32 vitamins, minerals and trace elements. The plant has a potent antioxidant activity with a significant α-tocopherol equivalent Vitamin E.