Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India
Our Complete range of products are Lemon Grass, Basil, Tulsi, Spearmint and Thyme.
Lemon grass is the common name for Cymbopogon. It has a subtle citrus flavor and can be dried and powdered, or used fresh. It is commonly used in teas, soups and curries. It is used as a pesticide and preservative and it has anti fungal properties. It has medicinal properties and is used extensively in Ayurvedic medicine. It is supposed to help with relieving cough and nasal congestion.This product is available as both dried or fresh leaves.
Basil , Thai basil, or sweet basil, is a common name for the culinary herb Ocimum basilicum. Its highly fragrant leaves are used as a seasoning herb for a variety of foods. The unique array of active constituents called flavonoids found in basil provide protection at the cellular level. Its volatile oil provides protection against unwanted bacteria growth.This prodcut is available both as dried or fresh leaves
Tulsi (Krishna), The dark Tulasi with puple leaves is known as Krishna Tulasi. It is a herbal remedy for lot of common ailments like fever & common cold, coughs, sore throat, respiratory disorder, heart disorder, stress, mouth infections, skin & teeeth disorders and insect bites.
Spearmint is an excellent antioxidant and antifungal herb. It is used to treat a variety of digestive ailments, including stomachache and gas. Due to its unique flavor it is mainly used as seasoning in many dishes. We offer fresh as well as dried mint leaves.
Thyme, A delicate looking herb with a penetrating fragrance, thyme is a wonderful addition to bean, egg and vegetable dishes. Both fresh and dried thyme is available in your local supermarket throughout the year.Thyme leaves are curled, elliptically shaped and very small, measuring about one-eighth of an inch long and one-sixteenth of an inch wide. The upper leaf is green-grey in color on top, while the underside is a whitish color. Along with fresh sprigs of parsley and bay leaves, thyme is included in the French combination of herbs called bouquet garni used to season stock, stews and soups.
bay leaf or bay-laurel is one of the well-recognized culinary leaf-spices in use since the earliest times. In the legends, bay laurel is deemed as the tree of the Sun god, under the celestial sign of Leo. Botanically, bay tree belongs to the family of Lauraceae, in the genus; Laurus . It is thought to have originated in Asia Minor region, from where it distributed to all over the Mediterranean region and other parts of Asia.Scientific name: Laurus nobilis . The bay plant is a tall, conical, evergreen tree growing upto 30 feet in height. Yellow or greenish white, star-shaped flowers appear in clusters during early spring, which subsequently produce dark-green to purplish, single seeded berry. Its thick and leathery leaves feature elliptic, shiny, dark-green and measure about 3-4 inches in length. Bay leaves give off a pleasing and sweet aroma when added to dish. Wilted and dried leaves indeed are strongly aromatic and can be stored for months. Its dried fruit (berries) can also be employed as a flavoring agent in the cuisines. The bay plant is a tall, conical, evergreen tree growing upto 30 feet in height. Yellow or greenish white, star-shaped flowers appear in clusters during early spring, which subsequently produce dark-green to purplish, single seeded berry. Its thick and leathery leaves feature elliptic, shiny, dark-green and measure about 3-4 inches in length. Bay leaves give off a pleasing and sweet aroma when added to dish. Wilted and dried leaves indeed are strongly aromatic and can be stored for months. Its dried fruit (berries) can also be employed as a flavoring agent in the cuisines. Health benefits of bay leaf Bay leaf was highly praised by the Greeks and the Romans, who deeply believed that the herb symbolizes wisdom, peace, and protection. The spice contains many notable plants derived compounds, minerals and vitamins that are essential for optimum health. This spice has many volatile active components such as α-pinene, β-pinene, myrcene, limonene, linalool, methyl chavicol, neral, α-terpineol, geranyl acetate, eugenol, and These compounds are known to have been antiseptic, anti-oxidant, digestive, and thought to have anti-cancer properties. Fresh leaves are very rich source of vitamin-C; provide 46.5 mg or 77.5% of RDA per 100 g. Vitamin-C (ascorbic acid) is one of the powerful natural anti-oxidant that help remove harmful free radicals from the body. Ascorbic acid also has immune booster, wound healing and anti-viral effects. Furthermore, its fresh leaves and herb parts are very good in folic acid; contain about 180 mg or 45% of daily-recommended values per 100 g. Folates are important in DNA synthesis and when given during the peri-conception period, they can help prevent neural tube defects in the baby. Bay leaves are an excellent source of vitamin A; contain 6185 IU or 206 % of recommended daily levels per 100 g. Vitamin A is a natural antioxidant and is essential for healthy visual sight. It is also required for maintaining mucus membranes and skin health. Consumption of natural foods rich in vitamin A has been found to help to protect from lung and oral cavity cancers. The spice is indeed a very good source of many vitamins such as niacin, pyridoxine, pantothenic acid and riboflavin. These B-complex groups of vitamins help in enzyme synthesis, nervous system function, and regulating body metabolism. This noble spice is a good source of minerals like copper, potassium, calcium, manganese, iron, selenium, zinc and magnesium. Potassium is an important component of cell and body fluids that helps control heart rate and blood pressure. Manganese and copper are used by the body as co-factors for the antioxidant enzyme, superoxide dismutase. Iron is essential for red blood cell production and as a co-factor for cytochrome-oxidase enzymes.