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We are leaders in the market for providing best range of Black Pepper Seeds, Basil Seeds, Ajwain Seeds and Powder, Black Cumin Seeds and Sesame Seeds
Black pepper is used in all types of savoury, main dishes, soups and salads. Black pepper is the world’s most traded spice! In ancient times, pepper was so valuable that it was often used as currency.
The word “pepper” is ultimately derived from the Sanskrit word for long pepper – pippali. Black peppercorns were found stuffed in the nostrils of Ramesses II, placed there as part of the mummification rituals shortly after his death in 1213 BCE.
Black pepper, is widely used in traditional Indian medicine and as a home remedy for relief from sore throat, throat congestion, and cough.
Also known as common basil, this type of basil is used mostly used in cuisines and also in medicines. Italian cuisines make the maximum use of this basil, and it is also used in Thai and Vietnamese cuisines. Their leaves are as tall as 2-3 inches and appear in bright green colour. It smells like a clove. In India, it is known by the name of Tulsi.
People suffering from arthritis can benefit a lot, when taken with food, as the basil is also equipped with anti-inflammatory properties.
A staple in Southern European food, basil has become one of the most widely used spices in the world. It adds a delicately sweet flavor and warm aroma to savory dishes, and naturally combines with garlic, capers and tomatoes. Today, basil's flavor and aroma still rules in the Mediterranean, where its mild flavor often combines with oregano to enhance almost any tomato-based dish. Fields of the large-leaved annual dot the landscape of the region.
Basil, an herb is generally known for its medicinal attributes. Leaves, flowers and the Basil Seeds are used in many medicines to treat different diseases. It is also a good source of vitamins and minerals and can be used to prepare foods including soups.
ajwain, ajowan or carom, trachyspermumammi, is an annual herb in the family apiaceae. It originated in the eastern mediterranean, possibly egypt, and spread up to india from the near east. Both the leaves and the fruit pods of the plant are consumed by humans. The plant is also called bishop's , but this is a common name it shares with some other different plants. The "seed" is often confused with lovage seed.
the small fruit pods are pale brown and have an oval shape, resembling caraway and cumin. It has a bitter and pungent taste, with a flavor similar to anise and oregano. They smell almost exactly like thyme because it also contains thymol, but is more aromatic and less subtle in taste, as well as slightly bitter and pungent. Even a small amount of fruit pods tend to dominate the flavor of a dish.
This small annual plant is native to the Mediterranean region, where it is cultivated extensively. The cumin seed widely is used in cooking. The dried seeds resemble those of caraway, but are straighter in form and have a coarser taste and odor. Major cumin seed producers include Egypt, Iran, India, and Morocco. The United States is among the largest producers of cumin oil. This spice should not be confused with sweet cumin, which is a common name for anise (Pimpinella anisum). Black cumin (Bunium persicum) has smaller and sweeter seeds than C. cyminum, but is not commercially important. Another black cumin (Nigella sativa) is not related to cumin.
Black Cumin Seed appropriately known as the "seed of blessing" is considered to be one of the greatest healing herbs of all times. Kalonji, which may also be called nigella, refers to small black seeds grown on Kalonji bushes, which are grown widely through India. Kalonji is both flavoring, added to a variety of traditional foods, and herbal remedy that has been touted as the magic bullet for a variety of ailments. Kalonji seeds are about the same size as sesame seeds, though they have a more triangular instead of oval shape.
Traditional uses of cumin include reducing inflammation, increasing urination, preventing gas, and suppressing muscle spasms. It has also been used as an aid for indigestion, jaundice, diarrhea, and flatulence. Cumin powder has been used as a poultice and suppository, and has been smoked in a pipe and taken orally.
Cumin is a major component of curry and chili powders and has been used to flavor a variety of commercial food products. The oil, which is derived by steam distillation, is used to flavor alcoholic beverages, desserts, and condiments. It is also used as a fragrant component of creams, lotions, and perfumes.
The health benefits of cumin for digestive disorders have been well known throughout history. It can help with flatulence, indigestion, diarrhea, nausea, morning sickness, and atonic dyspepsia. In this case, the seeds are boiled in water to make a tea of sorts - 1 teaspoon seeds to 1 glass water. Mix with salt and a teaspoon of coriander leaf juice.
Sesame Seeds Is Cultivated In India For More Than 1000 Years. Sesame Seeds Is Rich Source Of Edible Oil. Sesame Seeds Is Well Known As Most Nutritious Seeds Because It Contains High Value Of Protein And Amino Acid. Sesame Seed Is Drought Tolerant Crop. Sesame Seed Have Rich Nutty Flavor. Sesame seeds contains three times more calcium than half a cup of whole milk? In addition to being an excellent dietary source of calcium, sesame seeds are also a good source of manganese, copper, magnesium, iron, phosphorus, vitamin B1 (thiamin), zinc, vitamin E, healthy protein, and fiber.
Sesame seeds also contain sesamin and sesamolin, two substances that are thought to prevent high blood pressure and protect the liver against oxidative damage. We Export Best Quality Natural Sesame Seeds, Hulled Sesame Seeds, Brown Natural Sesame Seeds, Black Sesame Seeds, Roasted Natural Sesame Seeds, Roasted Hulled Sesame Seeds.
Tamarinds are slow-growing, long-lived, evergreen trees which have 3 - 8 inch long, brown, irregularly curved pods in abundance along the new branches. As the pods mature, they fill out somewhat and the juicy, acidulous pulp turns brown or reddish-brown. When fully ripe, the shells are brittle and easily broken. The pulp dehydrates to a sticky paste enclosed by a few coarse stands of fiber .The pods contains flat, glossy brown, obviate seeds embedded in the brown, edible pulp.
Tamarind is generally used in India as paste or pulp in addition to its being a main constituent in our daily food preparations. India holds the credit of chief producer of this crop. This extremely sour fruit is available in whole pods, compressed blocks, paste or concentrate. It is used as a base for spicy and sometimes sweet sauces. It is often the main ingredient in juices, soups, chatnis and bean dishes.
The sunflower seed is the fruit of the sunflower (Helianthus annulus). The term "sunflower seed" is actually a misnomer when applied to the seed in its per carp hulls. Botanically speaking, it is a cypsela. When dehulled, the edible remainder is called the sunflower kernel or heart.
It is a tall, erect, herbaceous annual plant belonging to the family of Asteraceae, in the genus, Helianthus. Its botanical name is Helianthus annulus. It is native to Middle American region from where it spread as an important commercial crop all over the world through the European explorers. Today, Russian Union, China, USA, and Argentina are the leading producers of sunflower crop.
It produces grayish-green or black seeds encased in tear-dropped shaped gray or black shells that oftentimes feature black and white stripes. Since these seeds have a very high oil content, they are one of the main sources used to produce polyunsaturated oil. Shelled sunflower seeds have a mild nutty taste and firm, but tender texture. Their taste is oftentimes compared with the Jerusalem artichoke (not to be confused with the bulb artichoke), another member of the Helianthus family.
Sweet, nutty sunflower seeds are an excellent source of essential fatty acids, vitamins, and minerals. Sunflower kernels actually employed to extract edible oil at commercial levels. Besides being eaten as popular snacks, they are also used in the kitchen to prepare variety of recipes.
Although safflower seed is one of the oldest oilseed crops in the history of mankind – some of the first mummies were wrapped in linens dyed with safflower flowers – it has become popular in wild bird feeding only in recent years. The high fat, protein and oil content of safflower make it a valuable nutritional food source for wild birds. Widely known as the cardinal's favorite food of choice, safflower has also been recognized as the solution to many squirrel problems at birdfeeders.
Safflower seeds are found in most of the quality wild birdseed mixes available on the market today. They are rarely found, however, in any of the bottom-end mixes available at mass merchants or grocery stores since they are more expensive than some of the other seeds commonly used in the cheaper blends. Some wild birdseed mixes offer safflower seed as one of the main ingredients in order to attract more cardinals, one of North America's favorite backyard birds, and are named for them.
In addition to cardinals, chickadees, titmice, nuthatches, grosbeaks are also attracted to safflower seed, among others. More important, however, is the fact that grackles and starlings – species known as "feeder hogs" that keep other, more desirable birds away from backyard birdfeeders – are not attracted to it.
We are exporter of Barley seeds. Our products are selected from the best farm of barley from prominent crop producing fields where clean and tidy farming methods are implemented. These barley grains are well-known globally for their precious medicinal properties. It is available in a variety of forms like whole barley, hulled barley, pearled barley as well as barley flakes.
Barley (Hordeum vulgare L.), a member of the grass family, is a major cereal grain. It was one of the first cultivated grains and is now grown widely. Barley grain is a staple in Tibetan cuisine and was eaten widely by peasants in Medieval Europe. Barley has also been used as animal fodder, as a source of fermentable material for and certain distilled beverages, and as a component of various health foods. It is used in soups and stews, and in barley bread of various cultures. Barley grains are commonly made into malt in a traditional and ancient method of preparation.
It is a wonderfully versatile cereal grain with a rich nutlike flavor and an appealing chewy, pasta-like consistency. Its appearance resembles wheat berries, although it is slightly lighter in color. Sprouted barley is naturally high in maltose, a sugar that serves as the basis for both malt syrup sweeteners. When fermented, barley is used as an ingredient in and other alcoholic beverages.
The seed of the African yellow daisy Guizotia abyssinica, Niger is known by many names. Originally called Niger in reference to Nigeria and the plant’s origin, the name was trademarked as Niger in 1998 by the Wild Bird Feeding Industry to clarify pronunciation. Many backyard birders also call the seed thistle, but in fact Niger is not related to thistle plants or seeds. It is believed that calling the seed thistle may have become popular because goldfinches, which adore Niger, also feed on thistle and use thistle down to construct their nests.
The popular finch seed Niger (Guizotia abyssinica) is native to the highlands of Ethiopia. Niger is in the composite (Sunflower) family and is quite closely related to the popular garden plants Cosmos (genus Coreopsis). It has yellow Cosmos-like flowers and grows up to 6 feet tall. The seeds contain up to 40% oil and in Ethiopia, India and Myanmar (Burma) it is an important oil seed crop. Ethiopian immigrants possibly introduced the seed to India around 3000BC along with other important food plants such as Millet. Niger supplies 50% of the vegetable oil used in Ethiopia and 3% in India. It is also heated and made into a paste and eaten directly. The meal left after oil extraction is used as a livestock food. It is a useful crop in the tropics because it is relatively pest free and can be grown in clay and waterlogged soils.
Niger(Nyjer) Seeds which comes from the Ramtili plant and scientifically known as Guizotia abyssinica. Oil enriched, black and small Ingurgitated with oils. Niger Seeds are mainly used to feed the birds and it also marginal used in India as jelly.
Today India secures a significant position as one of the Niger Seed Exporters and produces around 2 Lakh tones Niger seeds and 75% (approx) of the produced Niger seed are exported to U.S. Niger Seed Exporters of India also export high quality seeds to Mexico, Singapore, Canada, EU and Brazil.
Celery seed is one of the lesser-known herbs in Western herbal medicine. However, it has been used for thousands of years in other parts of the world for a variety of reasons. Celery Seed Extract is a natural dietary supplement that supports the circulatory system. It has been known to help lower blood pressure and improve circulation in people who are suffering from Hypertension. It may also help prevent male impotence if applied to the skin.
Coriander is an ayurvedic medicinal herb; it is also used as an important ingredient in making curries and other dishes. The seed is used as it is ground into a powder and used. Coriander seeds also have important medicinal properties. Coriander has many important vitamins and minerals. It provides calcium, phosphorus, iron and some other vitamins such as vitamin B and vitamin C. We can offer Fine Quality in both seeds & powder form.Coriander is an important spice crop having a prime position in flavoring food. The plant is a thin stemmed, small, bushy herb, 25 to 50 cm in height with many branches and umbels. Leaves are alternate, compound. The whole plant has a pleasant aroma. Inflorescence is a compound umbel comprises 5 smaller umbels. Fruit is globular, 3 to 4 mm diameter, when pressed break into two locales each having one seed. Fruit has delicate fragrance; seeds are pale white to light brown in color.
Cumin Seeds Are Well Known As Jeera. Cumin sometimes spelled cummin; Cuminum cyminum is a flowering plant in the family Apiaceae, from the East Mediterannean to India. Cumin is the dried seed of the plant cuminum cyminum. Cumin can be used ground or as whole seeds. It helps to add an earthy and warming feeling to food, making it a staple in certain stews and soups, as well as spiced gravies such as chili. It is also used as an ingredient in some pickles and pastries.
In regions where highly spiced foods are favoured, cumin is a favourite. In fact, it comes second as most popular spice after black pepper around the world. Cumin seeds are used as a spice for their distinctive aroma. Cumin is most commonly used to flavour food and is widely available in both seed and powder form.
We Export Dill Seeds Sortex Quality without seed Seeds for Us FDA Guarantee and Asta Quality. Dill Is An Annual Herb Native Of Central Asia; It Is Also Widely Grown In Europe And Northern Africa For Its Culinary And Medicinal Use. Dill seed, Dried Leaves of the Same Plant Is Also Used for Flavoring. It Is Milder In Taste When Compared To Dill Seed. Dill Seeds Are Originated In Central Asia. It Is However Is Also Grown In Large Quantity in Egypt And Mediterranean Countries Or Eastern Europe. It Is Also Getting Popular In North America. It’s Related Species Sowa Is Grown in India Whose Fruits Are Larger but Less Fragrant. India And Pakistan Are The Major Dill Production Areas, Egypt, Fiji, Mexico, Netherlands, United States, England, Hungary Are Other Commercially Productive Areas, Making Small Contributions To The World Production.India Is The Leading Producer Of Dill Seed And Its Derivatives. The Exports Of The Essential Oil And Seeds Have Grown Over The Past Five Years. India Supplies Whole and Powdered Spice To Various European Countries.
Fennel Seeds is known as Sounff or Variyali in India. Fennel Seeds which grows well in mild climates, is an oval, green or yellowish brown dried aromatic ripe fruit of an herbaceous plant called Foeniculum Vulgare, a member of Parsley family. Obtained from an aromatic and medicinal plant, the seeds emit a pleasant odor, are highly aromatic and have a pungent flavor. Fennel is widely used Asian, European, Italian and Mediterranean dishes. In India fennel is widely used in meat and seafood dishes and also with pickles and vinegar for a special flavor.
Fenugreek, an Indian spice is a slender annual herb of the pea family (Fabaceae). Fenugreek was used by the ancient Egyptians and is mentioned in medical writings in their tombs. Historically, the main usage of fenugreek seeds was medicinal rather than as a labor. The botanical name trigonella refers to the angular seeds and foenumgraecum translates as ‘Greek hay’, which explains its use as cattle feeds. This robust herb has light green leaves, is 30-60 cm tall and produces slender, beaked pods, 10-15 cm long, each pod contains 10-20 small hard yellowish brown seeds, which are smooth and oblong, about 3mm long, each grooved across one corner, giving them a hooked appearance.