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Wonderfully delicious, almonds have long been revered as an epitome of wellness and health. The kernels are among the richest sources of health-benefiting nutrients essential for optimum health.
The plant is a deciduous tree, probably originated mineral-rich West-Asian mountain ranges that provide fertile conditions favorable for their growth. In recent years, its cultivation and processing spread across many regions of the world, including the USA, as a major commercial crop.
Almond nuts are rich sources of vitamins, and minerals and packed with numerous health promoting phytochemicals. The nuts are an excellent source of vitamin E; hold about 25 mg per 100 grams (about 170% of RDA). Vitamin E is a powerful lipid soluble antioxidant. It protects and restores cell membrane integrity of mucosa and skin from harmful effects of oxygen free radicals.
The benefits of apricot are rarely denied by any. In fact, it’s as popular raw as it is cooked. The dried version of this fruit is globally loved.
Apricots are excellent sources of vitamin-A and carotenes. They are an also good source of minerals such as potassium, iron, zinc, calcium and manganese.
Black cardamom, also known as hill cardamom, Bengal cardamom, greater cardamom, Indian cardamom, Nepal cardamom, winged cardamom or brown cardamom, comes from either of two species in the family Zingiberaceae. Its seed pods have a strong camphor-like flavor, with a smoky character derived from the method of drying.
Cardamom has a strong, unique spicy-sweet taste, which is slightly aromatic. Cardamom is more expensive than average spices. The health benefits of cardamom include gastrointestinal protection, cholesterol control, control of cancer, relief from cardiovascular issues, and the improvement of blood circulation in the body. It is useful for curing dental diseases and urinary tract infections such as cystitis, nephritis, and gonorrhea. Cardamom possesses aphrodisiac properties and is also used as a cure for impotency, erectile dysfunction, and premature ejaculation.
It is regarded as the Queen of Spices and is one of the most expensive spices, ranking third, the first and second being saffron and vanilla, respectively.
These dry fruits are rich in vitamins and proteins; they also boost immunity and prevent lifestyle diseases such as cholesterol and diabetes. Most dry fruits are rich in minerals, proteins, fibre and vitamins add to that they are tasty and delicious too. Dry fruits are excellent and healthy substitute for daily snacks.
Kanwal Masala Tikki-250gm
Masala Tikki known as Vaaer in Kashmiri is abundantly used in Kashmiri kitchen. Hindus and Muslims are fond of this special Small mixed spice cake. In fact, this Vaaer reflects and represent s the essence of Kashmiri cuisine Aroma. The Masala Tikki is made from Spices like Cloves, Zeera, Red chilly powder, Saunf Powder, Sound powder, Methraa ( Fenugreek seeds), a pinch of Turmeric, Garam Masala, Heeng (Asafoetida ) and Rohunn ( Garlic ) essentially. While Kashmiri Pandits do not use Garlic, Kashmiri Muslims do not use Heeng (Asafoetida ) though both Heeng and Garlic are a flavor enhancer and have enormous medicinal properties.
Authentic Kashmiri Vaaeri or Masala Tikki is available in Kashmir, Jammu, and New Delhi. Though many Spice dealers in Kashmir sell good quality Masala Tikki, we bring Kanwal Brand Masala Tikki ( made by Kanwal Spices from Anantnag Kashmir ) which is good for Non-Veg and chicken preparation. These Tikkis are Garlic based and are consumed mostly by Kashmiri Muslims.
Noor Walnut Scrub
Noor Walnut Scrub with saffron extract
Noor Walnut Scrub is really effective exfoliating agent that through its physical and biochemical peeling actions gently removes the hard dead cells, dirt, grime and toxins, making skin extra smooth, soft and even toned with a visible glow.
Cranberries offer a range of possible health benefits.
A diet with a high proportion of fruits and vegetables has been shown to offer health benefits.
In addition, cranberries are a good source of various vitamins and antioxidants.
Historically, they have been used by Native Americans as a treatment for bladder and kidney diseases.
Early settlers from England used them to treat poor appetite, stomach complaints, blood disorders, and scurvy.
Treats urinary tract infections
Fights heart disease
Helps kidney and bladder problems
Promotes weight loss
From RS. 2000/