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Wheat Grass

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Haritaki Powder

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Jamun Powder

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Kasuri Methi

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MINT POWDER

Mint powder can be used as a topping on cooked dishes such as dal and curries. As heat diminishes their flavour quickly, mint powders are often used raw or added to the dish right before serving.


How to use?

Mint powder/ Mint leaves can also be used as tea: 1/3rd teaspoon or 2grams in 200ml warm or hot water, 15minutes after a meal. In Indian and Central Asian recipes, mint powders/leaves, can be used to make cool refreshing drinks like Mint-lemonade or Jaljeera.

CEYLON CINNAMON POWDER

Also known as “True Cinnamon,” Ceylon cinnamon has a subtly more delicate and sweet flavour than the more common Cassia Cinnamon. It’s used to flavour cookies, cakes, stewed fruits, puddings, and bread – as well as curries, sauces, and vegetable dishes. Ceylon cinnamon contains all the health-promoting properties of cinnamon with none of the toxic properties, which is why it’s the healthiest type of cinnamon.


How to use?

Boil a cup of water in a tea kettle. Add ½ teaspoon of cinnamon powder to the water and let it cool.

Now, add a teaspoon of raw, organic honey to the cinnamon water and stir.

Your honey and cinnamon health tonic for weight loss is now ready to be consumed.

WHEAT GRASS

Wheatgrass contains few calories and is rich in vitamins, minerals, proteins, and enzymes. One study indicated that it might have anticancer properties.

It is especially high in vitamins A, C and E, as well as iron, magnesium, calcium and amino acids.It also contains several important antioxidants, including glutathione. Antioxidants are compounds that fight free radicals to prevent cell damage and reduce oxidative stress. Another test-tube study found that it reduced oxidative damage to cells through its antioxidant properties.


How to use?

One way to consume raw wheatgrass or wheatgrass powder (up to 1 teaspoon) is in a smoothie or fresh juice. However, it does have an overpowering taste.

Mixing it with an ingredient that has a strong taste, such as pineapple, may make it more palatable.

HARITAKI POWDER

Prized as the “King of Medicines”, Haritaki is a miraculous ayurvedic fruit that is extensively used for a wide range of traditional remedies. Cultivated from the seeds of Terminalia chebula tree, it is popularly known as the Indian walnut or Indian hog plum for its innumerable benefits. It promotes digestion, enhances weight loss, manages diabetes, improves oral hygiene and good for skin and hair.


How to use?

Haritaki is usually available in powdered form and must be taken by infusing it (1 teaspoon) in warm water or in the form of a decoction or tea.

In summers, it can be taken along with jaggery (raw unrefined sugar).

You can also consume Haritaki (1 teaspoon) with just honey or long pepper.

JAMUN POWDER

Jamun is a delicious, tropical plum-like fruit rich in vitamins and minerals. The fruit, seeds, bark and leaves of Jamun have medicinal properties. The powder of the seeds of Jamun is beneficial in reducing the blood sugar level. It promotes digestion and is effective for a healthy heart and liver.

It is also essential for maintaining bone health, blood dysentery, hoarseness, bilious diarrhoea, bed wetting in children and excessive urination in adults.


How to use?

Take about half a teaspoon, that is about 3 grams of the seed powder early morning with water in empty stomach.

This drink can be consumed before meals for managing blood sugar levels.

KASURI METHI

Kasuri Methi refers to dried leaves of the fenugreek plant.

It is a herb with a bitter but addictive taste.

Used as a spice in Indian curries, sabzi, parathas, it’s strong aroma and distinctive flavour fascinate the taste buds!


How to use?

Use of dried fenugreek leaves in cooking is like that of using basil, thyme, rosemary that is as a flavour and aroma enhancer.

It is added as a seasoning at the end of cooking.

Kasuri Methi can be used to make curries, soups or dry dishes.

It can also be added to dips and is especially good with yoghurt and in hummus.