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We offer a complete product range of amla gel, barley dalia, BALSAM ROSE MIXED FLOWER SEEDS, MICROGREEN BEET ROOT SEEDS and Karela / BITTER GOURD SEEDS
This aromatic soap-free shower gel has fresh extracts of organic aamla hand-picked from Himalayan forests. It tones and refreshes your skin while succulent aloe soothes and moisturises. The rich, red roots of organic manjistha rejuvenate your skin and leave it radiant.
Sow Seeds In Beds And Cover Seeds With Thin Layer Of Soil. Maintain A Distance Of 0.5 Feet Between Plants.Irrigate Immediately And Then As Per Requirement But The Soil Should Remain Moist Always. Flowering Starts After 7-8 Weeks Afer Sowing And Continues For Longer Duration. Balsam is a medium-tall, rainy season annual that is grown for its beautiful flowers. The flowers are long lasting on the plant and are quickly replaced by new flowers. Balsam is one of the few flowers, planted from flower seeds, that can do well in sun or shade as long as it has plenty of moisture Soil should be mixed with well rotten Cow dung. Sow seeds in beds and cover seeds with thin layer of soil. Maintain a distance of 0.5 feet between plants.Irrigate immediately and then as per requirement but the soil should remain moist always. Flowering starts after 7-8 weeks after sowing which continues for longer duration.
Beets microgreen seeds grow better in soil as compared to hydroponics. The translucent violet colour pops on the plate and the flavour goes brilliantly well with garlic. Beets microgreens contain 40 times higher levels of vital nutrients than their mature counterparts. These should be harvested close to the soil to feature the colorful red stem.
Karela, as better known in India and some neighboring countries, is also called by names such as bitter melon, bitter gourd, bitter squash and balsam pear. Bitter Gourd comes packed with nutrients that enable you to lead a healthy life. Most important of all is a phytonutrient Polypeptide-P, which is a plant insulin that lowers blood sugar levels naturally. Not just this, it also has the potential to treat cancer and HIV infection in their early stages. It also carries a potent dose of Vitamin C, A, K and is proven to work wonders for the skin and liver. Bitter Gourd is also helpful in lowering cholesterol, ridding the kidneys of stones, and even reducing the risk of pancreatic cancer. As far as the taste is concerned, rubbing salt or soaking peeled bitter gourd in salt water prior to cooking cuts down on the bitterness considerably. Either cut it in fine rings and cook it like other vegetables with spices or simply slit through and stuff it with your favorite spices for an interesting dish. Soil should be mixed with well rotten Cow dung. Sow the seeds at a distance of 1 feet plant to plan and 4 feet line to line. Water it immediately and then water as per requirement. Harvest after 55 to 60 days.
Strikingly coloured and full of flavour, broccoli micro-leaves add the perfect finishing touch to all manner of dishes such as salads, soups and pasta recipes. They are also an excellent source of vitamins, such as vitamin C, and other nutrients such as sulforaphane with multiple health benefits.
Cauliflower microgreens offer a tidy way to consume all of the nutrients of mature cauliflower in a form that is easily digested. Cauliflower is a nice green crop that has a fresh, mild cabbage flavor. It is easy to grow and can be sown more thickly than most other seeds.
Spinach microgreens are so intensely flavorful that a handful go a long way. Pinch off a few to check the flavor. Spray the plants thoroughly two hours before you intend to harvest them. Shake off excess water and allow them to air dry. This will keep them at their freshest.
Bamboo Hair Comb Bamboo Natural Hair Comb Eco-friendly This bamboo comb made by Bamboo India is a sustainable alternative to plastic combs. This Bamboo comb features wide teeth and fine teeth and is easy to clean. 100% bamboo and biodegradable.
Bamboo keychain is made of eco friendly bamboo material with 100% handmade crafts, it is nontoxic, non irritation, flexible and lightweight, Material: Bamboo Dimension:4 x 10cm(customized is ok) Logo printing options : laser printing is depends on request
This is no typical office supply – this high-quality pen is hand-made from bamboo, a unique crop that is as sustainable as it is versatile. As such, these pens make a unique and ethical addition to conference packs. These elegant pens are handmade and are produced by micro enterprises in India. The group is run predominantly by disadvantaged women who belongs to Indigenous people. These pens are made by using reed bamboo and coconut shelves. Bamboo helps in conserving streams and is environment friendly. The maximum utilization will help the rural people in earning their bread. With the every purchase of script o pen, our clients can help these disadvantaged women to have a promising future
Sky Lantern for Diwali Bamboo India proudly brings Tradition Indian style Sky lantern for you to celebrate eco-friendly Diwali. These Diwali Lanterns are handmade from craft paper, fine bamboo net. Simple yet creative and beautiful design, available in many colors and sizes. Native Artist from Indian villages designed this exclusively for your home.
Varni Bright blue semi round Necklace and Earrings Ideal for Daily Wear Hand Painted Using Organic Colors Do Not Expose To Water Will Not Lose Colour But Might Lose Texture Hand With Care
Gluten Free Almond Chocolate Chip Cookies (Veg) 100g •A pure cookie delight • Made from almonds and indulgent choco chips • Gluten Free and Eggless Shelf Life: 9 Months A cookie lover cannot look past these delicious yet healthy cookies that make a tasty nutty crunch for those mid-meal hunger pangs. Suitable for: For all, especially for people with special dietary requirements such a those allergic to gluten. Ingredients: Rice Flour, Sugar, Milk, Butter, Edible Vegetable Oil, Almonds, Chocolate Chips and Cocoa Solids Powder. Serving Size: Two to three at a time is recommended Best had: As it is or can be a great base in the form of cookie crumble for cheese cakes. Taste best with tea/coffee on the side. Allergens: The product is Gluten-free, Corn free, Yeast free & egg free . Not suitable for individuals with nut allergy
Gluten Free Jeera Cracker 125g A namkeen (salty) cumin flavoured snack Ideal for mid meal hunger panks Gluten Free Low on fat. Shelf Life: 5 Months Crispy bites made with a combination of gluten free grains and flavoured with cumin (Jeera), a commonly used Indian spice . Specially formulated with gluten-free flours. Suitable for: For all, especially for people with special dietary requirements such a those allergic to gluten Ingredients: Rice flour, Arrowroot, Sabudana, Moong Dhuli, Salt, Sugar, Edible Vegetable Oil, Zeera, Xanthan Gum Serving Size: We believe that portion control is the key. About 7 to 10 crackers (25g) are ideal for a single serve. Best had: Enjoy the fresh crunchy crackers with cheese dip/ yogurt/salsa and tea or coffee on the side.. You may also crush the same and use it as a topping on your salad or as a base for sevpuri for that extra punch of taste. Allergens: The product is Gluten-free, Corn free, Yeast free and egg free and doesn’t contain nuts.
Gluten Free Rusk 200g •Gluten free • Fresh crunchy rusks • Mid meal snack • Dip and eat or just eat! Shelf life: 9 Months Tea Time snacks are made healthier with this healthy gluten free rusk that taste crunchy and fresh. Suitable for: For all, especially for people with special dietary requirements such as those allergic to gluten Ingredients: Rice, Milk, Sugar, Eggs, Butter, Edible Oil, Xanthan Gum, Baking powder, Baking Soda Best had: these rusks can be had with tea/coffee for mid meals. Taste best with tea/coffee or can be had toasted with a layer of butter Allergens: The product is Gluten-free, Corn free, Yeast free and doesn’t contain nuts. Not suitable for individuals with egg allergy.
• Lightly spiced and flavoured, crisp snack • Made from Amaranth. • Low on fat. • Gluten free Shelf Life 5 Months Made keeping in mind the urban lifestyle. These delicious crunchy crackers are naturally low on glycaemic index and high in protein rich grains such as chickpea and amaranth.and are lightly spiced and flavoured in spring onion and garlic. It makes for a perfect evening snack that is light on the tummy yet tasty and filling. Suitable for everyone. Ingredients: Chickpea flour and Amaranth (Ram Dana), Onion and Garlic flavour. Appropriate Serving: We believe that portion control is the key. About 7 to 10 crackers (25g) are ideal for a single serve. Best had with: Enjoy the fresh crunchy crackers with cheese dip/ yogurt/salsa and tea or coffee on the side.. You may also crush the same and use it as a topping on your salad or as a base for sevpuri for that extra punch of taste. Allergens: The product is Gluten free, Lactose free, Dairy free, Soy free, Corn free, Yeast free , Egg free, Nut free
This kajal is made by a traditional ayurvedic recipe using a 3000 year old process. We use organic ghee for a soothing softness, camphor for natural cooling and cleansing, organic almond oil and natural pigments. – Certified by BDIH Germany – Lead free and Paraben free – Not tested on Animals Ingredients Isoamyl laurate, Ricinus communis (castor) oil*, Sorbitan olivate, Euphoribia cerifera (candelilla) cera, Copernicia cerifera (carnuba) cera, Butyrum (clarified butter)*, Theobroma cacao (cocoa) butter, Garcinia indica (kokum) butter, Prunus dulcis (almond) oil*, Mel (honey)*, Cinnamomum camphora (camphor) powder, Tocopherol May contain + or – CI 77491, CI 77492, CI 77499, CI 77742, CI 77019, CI 77891, CI 77007, CI 77268:1 *From certified organic farms Made from camphor and organic ghee the kajal has a soothing softness that keeps the eyes cool & clean. The natural pigments enhance the natural beauty of the eyes. How to use – Before applying the Kajal, wash your face and eyes properly to ensure it is clean and that there are no dirt particles on your face and around your eyes. Gently pull down the lower eyelid so that the inner lid line or waterline is exposed and start lining from the inner corner of the eye up to the outer end. For the upper eyelid, close the eye and line the upper lid smoothly, starting from the inner corner up to the outer corner of the eye. To remove the kajal, dab some of the SoulTree Cleanser on some cotton wool & gently wipe your eyes. Make sure it does not get inside the eye. Meant for Women Before Use- Though all our products are made naturally, using the best & purest of the ingredients it is recommended that you read through the label to make sure you are not allergic to any individual component of the Ingredients mentioned. Best Before- Best within 24 months from date of manufacture
This aromatic soap-free shower gel has fresh extracts of organic aamla hand-picked from Himalayan forests. It tones and refreshes your skin while succulent aloe soothes and moisturises. The rich, red roots of organic manjistha rejuvenate your skin and leave it radiant. – Certified by BDIH Germany – Contain no paraben/harmful chemical – Not tested on Animal This product is applicable for any Skin type. Ingredients Aqua, Coco glucoside, Lauryl glucoside, Glycerine, Aloe barbandensis (aloe vera) juice*, Emblica officinalus (aamla)*, Vetiveria zizanioides *, Caprylyl/capryl glucoside, Azadirachta indica (neem) infusion*, Rubia cordifolia (manjistha) extract*, Citric acid, Xanthan gum, Sodium levulinate, Potassium sorbate, Sodium gluconate, Parfum**, Linalool**, Geraniol**, Limonene**, Citral** *From certified organic farms **From essential oils This citrusy shower gel, helps de-stress & energizing the bathing experience & is ideal for every use. How to use – While showering, use the gel with a natural loofah or a bath sponge and rinse. It is gentle enough for repeated and everyday use. Before Use- Though all our products are made naturally, using the best & purest of the ingredients it is recommended that you read through the label to make sure you are not allergic to any individual component of the Ingredients mentioned. Best Before- Best within 30 months from date of manufacture.
Ideal for dandruff-distressed hair, this soap-free shampoo is an anti-microbial cleanser and moisturiser built into one. Made with fresh extracts of neem, methika (fenugreek), amla and reetha, it protects and strengthens your hair. The astringent action of lemon peel oil combines with hydrating aloe to heal irritated scalp and prevent dandruff. Use 2-3 times a week. – Certified by BDIH Germany – Contain no chemical – Not tested on Animal This product is applicable for Hair prone to dandruff. Ingredients Aqua, Decyl glucoside, Lauryl glucoside, Caprylyl/capryl glucoside, Coco glucoside, Glycerine, Aloe barbadensis (aloe vera) juice*, Sodium gluconate, Sodium lactate, Glycerol mono oleate, Azadiracta indica (neem) infusion*, Sapindus mukarossi (reetha) extract*, Trigonella foenum graecum (methika) extract*, Emblica officinalis (aamla) extract*, Parfum**, Zn PCA, α-glucan oligosaccharide, Sodium levulinate, Xanthan gum, Citric acid, Potassium sorbate, Citrus limonum (lemon peel) oil, Azadirachta indica (neem) oil, Linalool**, Limonene**, Geraniol**, Citral** *From certified organic farms **From essential oils The shampoo helps moisturize the hair to heal the itchy scalp and remove dandruff, by use of natural ingredients How to use – Apply a bit of shampoo into the palm of your hand, massage your scalp and work it through the hair. Leave it for 2-3 minutes. If your hair is longer, comb through it with your fingers to reduce tangles. Don’t forget to follow this with SoulTree’s Hibiscus Conditioner. Meant for both Women and Men Before Use- Though all our products are made naturally, using the best & purest of the ingredients it is recommended that you read through the label to make sure you are not allergic to any individual component of the Ingredients mentioned. Best Before- Best within 30 months from date of manufacture
Organic ghee for its healing, moisturising and lightening effects, wild honey for softening and sweet almond for revitalising and nourishment, make this lipstick a perfect way to give your lips a vibrant dash of colour. It has no synthetic colours, fragrances or preservatives – Certified by BDIH Germany – Contains no lead or paraben – Not tested on Animal Net Quantity:4.5 gm Delivery time: 3-5 working days as per location. Ingredients Butyrum (clarified butter)*, Ricinus communis (castor) oil*, Isoamyl laurate, Sorbitan olivate, Prunus dulcis (almond) oil*, Euphoribia cerifera (candelilla) cera, Copernicia cerifera (carnuba) cera, Cera alba (beeswax), Theobroma cacao (cocoa) butter, Coco-caprylate/caprate, Tocopherol, Rosa damascena (rose) oil, Cetyl palmitate, Parfum**, Limonene**, Linalool, Geraniol**, Citronellol** May Contain + or – CI 77491, CI 77492, CI 77499, CI 77742, CI 77019, CI 77891, CI 77007 *From certified organic farms **From essential oils Free of carmine & lead, this lip wear helps bring the natural colour to your lips along with giving it the right amount of moisture. How to use – Based on your complexion, attire & occasion, pick the shade that best suits you. Start the application at the center of the upper lip and first move outwards toward one corner and then the other. Repeat on the lower lip so that an even coat spreads across both the lips. Meant for Women Before Use- Though all our products are made naturally, using the best & purest of the ingredients it is recommended that you read through the label to make sure you are not allergic to any individual component of the Ingredients mentioned. Best Before- Best within 24 months from date of manufacture
Organic ghee for healing, moisturising and lightening, along with kokum butter and seven organic oils make this the perfect lip care for dry weather to keep your lips soft and supple. It has no synthetic colours, fragrances or preservatives. – Certified by BDIH Germany – Contain No chemical – Not tested on Animal This product is applicable for any Skin type. Net Quantity:3.5 gm Delivery time: 3-5 working days as per location. Ingredients Cera alba, Isoamyl laurate, Ricinus communis (castor) oil*, Helianthus annus (sunflower) oil*, Sorbitan olivate, Olea europaea (olive) oil*, Butyrum (clarified butter)*, Cocos nucifera (coconut) oil*, Prunus armeniaca (apricot) oil*, Prunus dulcis (almond) oil*, Vitis vinifera (grapeseed) oil, Garcinia indica (kokum) butter, Theobroma cacao (cocoa) butter, Nelumbo nucifera (pink lotus), Tocopherol, Vanilla plantifolia, Parfum**, CI 77492, CI77007, Limonene**, Linalool, Geraniol**, Citronellol** *From certified organic farms **From essential oils With a hint of lotus fragrance, this lip orange coloured lip balm keeps your lips from drying away. How to use – – Use this naturally fragrant lip balm regularly in dry weather to moisturise your lips and keep them soft and supple. – Meant for both Women and Men Before Use- Though all our products are made naturally, using the best & purest of the ingredients it is recommended that you read through the label to make sure you are not allergic to any individual component of the Ingredients mentioned. Best Before- Best within 30 months from date of manufacture
Handmade sound amplifier enables you to share your music through passive sound amplification. Incredibly durable, renewable, and rich in tonal variation, bamboo and rattan bring a relaxed style to any area. Our passive amplifier is hand-made to create a unique and one of a kind look. Features Eco-friendly from 100% sustainable bamboo Speaker Amplifier Stylish docking station and sound amplifier Great for hands-free calls and skype Gives your phone a natural companion Ideal eco-friendly gift Bamboo is one of the most plentiful natural materials around, this speaker is just about as eco-friendly as you can get. No Bamboo Speaker will be the same, either, since each cut of bamboo will have unique markings and a different look. Either way, it’s an attractive device that we wouldn’t mind having on our bedside table. According to the Feng-Shui, the natural speaker will also increase the good luck of your desk, bedroom, or wherever you place it. Bamboo speaker dock that just so happens to be 100 percent green and uses no electricity whatsoever. It’s made from a single piece of bamboo, and holds your mobile device in place as it plays music to amplify the sound. Bamboo speaker is ideal to use around the house or garden / beach barbecues as well as camping trips. They are also great for amplified hands-free calls and skype Plus, the Bamboo Speaker is pretty damn beautiful, in both bamboo and black color flavors. CARE For daily care, simply wipe clean using a soft , dry cloth. To protect the finish, avoid the use of abrasive chemicals, harsh cleaners and rough cleaning pads and polishes. To remove lodged debris, we recommend using a vacuum with a brush attachment. No two Bamboo speakers are same. It’s signature product. Note: Accessories are not part of the product
Apple Gourd, Indian Round Gourd, Indian Baby Pumpkin, or better known as Tinda in South Asian context, is a member of the Praecitrullus genus. Rich in antioxidants, full of anti-inflammatory properties and other long-term health benefits, the Indian Round gourd is a super food, which is highly recommended to be made part of one’s diet. Usually light green in color and spherical in shape, the apple gourd is also a great source of Vitamin A. A popular summer vegetable with 94% water content, it can be cooked in various ways without worrying about the calorie intake. Mild and soothing to the digestive system, this squash-like and water-rich gourd can either be cooked in a curry or stuffed with spices to make an authentic gourmet dish. Soil should be mixed with well rotten Cow dung. Sow the seeds at a distance of 1 feet plant to plant and 5 feet line to line. Irrigate immediately and then as per requirement. Harvest starts after 70 – 80 days.
Tulsi is not only a household herb but also a highly honoured and venerated one! The significance of Basil in the Hindu religion dates back to ancient times. Even today in homes across India, Tulsi is a symbol of purity and is considered as a sacred plant to be included in all important religious ceremonies. Basil is also considered a highly affective herb with remedial and medicinal properties. Basil is native to India, Iran, and other parts of South Asia, but Mediterranean and European varieties are also commonly found. The European varieties are usually known as ‘sweet Basil’. The herb belongs to the mint family – Lamiaceae. Basil is a powerful herb with many health benefits! It is usually consumed as a spice and added to salads, cooked dishes, soups, smoothies, and even desserts! In India, basil seeds are soaked overnight and used to make some popular desserts such as faluda and sharbat-e-rihan. Basil is full of therapeutic chemical compounds that form the basis of many essential oils and give it the distinctive fragrance and flavor which closely resembles that of clove. Basil leaves themselves contain many remedial essential oils such as eugenol, citronellol, linalool, citral, limonene and terpineol. These oils are anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial. Other than the oils, Basil is also full of polyphenolic flavanoids like orientin and vicenin which act as amazing antioxidants. Vitamin A and K are found in abundant quantities in Basil along with other micro-nutrients. One can go on and on about the health benefits of Basil because they are so many but we’d simply suggest growing your own healthy variety of this herb to get a fresh supply all season around. The pure, non-hybrid, and open pollinated seed variety at ATG will ensure that you get a fresh and bountiful yield. Soil should be mixed with well rotten Cow dung. Sow the seed one inch deep closely at the distance of 8 inches plant to plant and 6 inches row to row. Water it immediately and then water as per requirement.Harvest after 30-35 days from sowing.
Green beans, also known as french beans, pencil beans, string beans and snap beans, are much-loved all over the world and consumed in a variety of ways. Steamed, sauteed, grilled, roasted, stir-fried, or simply freshly picked. So gorge on this green vegetable, full of carotenoids, any which way you like. Green beans are a great source of the less popular nutrients like Manganese and Silicone, crucial for bone health, along with Vitamin K, C, B2, dietary fibre and folate. Scoring high on the antioxidant scale too, consuming green beans is beneficial to reduce the risk of colon cancer, heart disease, obesity, and keep the stress levels to a minimum low. This super veggie also boosts immunity and helps regulate and manage blood sugar levels. With so many plus points, there is clearly no way why you won’t include these fresh green beans in your diet. Grow fresh and enjoy the goodness! Soil should be mixed with well rotten Cow dung. Seeds are sown in lines at the distance of 1.5 feet between line to line and 8 inches seed to seed. Irrigate immediately and then as per requirement. Harvest starts after 45 – 50 days.
The ancestors of yellow beans are native to Central and South America. Yellow Wax beans, ideally harvested young, are crisp, succulent and tender-firm, with mellow grassy sweet and nutty flavors. They benefit your health by boosting iron and manganese intake. Both minerals have the ability to activate enzymes, including enzymes needed to produce energy and support your metabolism.They are also rich in Phosphorous, Vitamin C and Vitamin B1. They stand out, as compared to other beans as french beans, classic green beans and purple beans in salads and alongside several companion ingredients. Use them to prepare hearty salads by combining with kidney beans, chickpeas, minced onion and a balsamic vinaigrette for healthy three-bean salad, or roast them with summer squash and cherry tomatoes for a roasted summer vegetable salad. You can also roast the beans on their own, adding minced garlic for flavor, or saute them with your favourite vegetables and lean proteins for a healthful stir-fry. Beans can be kept fresh for about 4 days, or blanched and frozen immediately after harvesting.
Beetroot consists of the phytonutrient betalain responsible for making it antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and detoxifying in nature. And it is the plant pigment, betacyanin, responsible for the rich purplish-red tone. The presence of this pigment is what helps prevent the formation of some kinds of cancer cells in the body and prevents birth defects too. Consuming beetroot, better known as Chukandar in India, is very beneficial for the liver and the quickest way to recover from iron deficiency. While detoxifying it, beetroot also helps keep the disorders of the liver at bay. Being rich in fibre, beetroot stimulates better bowel functions and an increase in the antioxidant enzymes. It also comprises glutamine, an essential amino acid that keeps the intestinal tract in good shape. Having a shot of beet juice daily has a positive effect on blood pressure levels too. Mostly, beetroot is eaten raw in salads but it can also be mixed in juices and smoothies or even cooked and pickled. Soil should be mixed with well rotten Cow dung. Make ridges at the distance of 1.0 feet and sow seed at the distance of 4 inches apart. Irrigate immediately and then as per requirement. Harvest starts after 65-70 days.
When going by the shape of this vegetable, the name is hardly a surprise. This variety of bottle gourd is called the Lattu Ghiya in India and is cultivated differently too. Grown along a trellis that comprises wooden or metal bars as a means of support for the fruit to retain its unique shape. Consisting of all the qualities of bottle gourd, the bulb or pear-shaped variant too, is an excellent source of Vitamin C, B, zinc, potassium, magnesium and many other beneficial and life-sustaining nutrients. Being rich in fibre, its consumption works wonders as a remedy for constipation and flatulence. It also helps in lowering bad cholesterol levels. With a high water content, almost 94%, the vegetable can be consumed without having to worry about burning calories. So go ahead and grow the freshest bottle gourd bulbs in your homes and farms. Whether cook as a curry with your favorite spices or extract its juice, but make sure make to make it a regular part of your diet. Soil should be mixed with well rotten Cow dung. Sow the seeds at a distance of 4 feet line to line and 1 feet plant to plant. Water it immediately and then water as per requirement. Harvest after 55 to 60 days.
Yet another variant of the versatile vegetable, the chu chu or small cluster produce has a distinct flavor with all the benefits of brinjals intact. Brinjals, also known as the Eggplant and Aubergine in the west and as Baingan and Bataun in some countries of South Asia including India, are a low calorie vegetable with a high nutritive value. Rich in B-Vitamins, intake of brinjals helps in keeping blood pressure in check while also lowering bad cholesterol levels. High in fibre, these aid in proper digestion while preventing constipation and the risk of colon cancer. Eating brinjals also promotes healthy looking hair and skin because of a high water content. Brinjals can be cooked both peeled and unpeeled. For these mini eggplants, you just need to cut slits and stuff them with spices before frying for a mouth-watering savory dish. Another unique quality of brinjals is their ability to be made into a healthful dip that acts as an accompaniment with snacks. You can also roast, grill or steam them as per your taste and preference. Soil should be mixed with well rotten Cow dung. Sow seeds in rows at distance of 1.5 feet between row to row and 1 feet between plant to plant. Water it immediately and then water as per requirement. Harvest after 90 – 100 days.
The origin of the capsicum is known to be the Americas. However, the vegetable is now widely available in almost all parts of the world. It is now one of the main ingredients of many cuisines such as South Asian, European, Mediterranean and of course – Mexican. Native to the Americas, Mexico, Central America, and South America, the capsicum has been named after the Latin word, capsa, meaning case. It’s a highly flavorful vegetable with variants in red and yellow colors. The vegetable is also known to have medicinal value and formed a primary food ingredient in the Americas. The capsicum belongs to the genus of flowering plants in the nightshade family Solanaceae. Capsicum is very rich in nutrients and contains good amount of Vitamin A and C. Along with essential nutrients, it also provides a healthy dosage of proteins, plant fats, and carotenoids. It also contains provitamins such as B1, B2, and B3, P, and E. Traditionally, the capsicum has been used to keep cholesterol in check and treating indigestion. Regular consumption of the vegetable is also advised to those suffering from diabetes. At All That Grows, we offer pure, non-GMO seeds of capsicum that you can easily grow in your kitchen gardens! So start today and add this healthy vegetable to your gardens.
Just like red and green varieties, yellow bell peppers too come packed with their own set of health-giving properties. Not just beautiful and happy to look at, the yellow capsicum is distinct in taste and the benefits it can endow you with. A fantastic way of taking in the much-needed dose of iron and protein in sufficient quantity. Also a potent source of antioxidants like Vitamin C and Vitamin E along with the fat-soluble agent Vitamin A. It does contain Vitamin B6 and potassium too. The presence of all these nutrients gives yellow capsicum its anti-inflammation and even anti-cancer properties. But what actually sets the yellow ones apart from other bell peppers is the presence of lutein and zeaxanthin carotenoids in abundance. Where cooking techniques are concerned, they are not much different from those recommended for other bell peppers. You can grill, roast, steam, saute and stuff these ones too. But take care not to overcook them and destroy the essential nutrients. Soil should be mixed with well rotten Cow dung. Sow seeds in rows at distance of 1.5 feet between row to row and 1.0 feet between plant to plant. Water it immediately and then water as per requirement.
The luscious red carrots, are at their glorious best during the fall months, i.e. from November to February. Carrots, also known as Gaajar in some South Asian countries including India, also come in black, purple, white, and yellow varieties apart from the easily available and widely consumed orange and red ones. If you are protective about your eyesight and want to restore it in the long-run, then carrots is what you should be eating more often. Including it in your daily diet also helps in regulating blood sugar levels, preventing the risk of brain stroke while also giving a boost to immunity. Carrots make for a great mid-meal snack too. Simply pick a carefully washed and peeled one and munch on the fresh goodness. Even for salads you can play around a bit and experiment with interesting shapes. You can grate, shred, julienne, or slice them in sticks or roundels. Even if you want to cook them, make sure not to expose them to heat for longer periods as it will considerably reduce the benefits of beta-carotene and other antioxidants. Soil should be mixed with well rotten Cow dung. Make ridges at the distance of 1.5 feet and sow seed at the distance of 2 inches apart. Irrigate immediately and then as per requirement. Harvest starts after 75 – 80 days.
Celery is more of a herb and less of a vegetable. With a strong flavor and presence in the Mediterranean and Asian cuisines, this herb is not something that can be ignored. In comparison to Basil, of course Celery comes in second, but it isn’t a herb you can simply ignore for too long. Some claim that Celery was originally native to Europe before its variegated strains became prevalent in other parts of the world, specifically Asia. Celery is a highly potent herb and extremely nutritionally dense. It is a low-calorie herb and consists of many antioxidants. It’s also rich in folic acid, Vitamin-K, riboflavin, niacin, and others. People also extract essential oils from Celery to be used as an effective carminative and galactogogue (helps in breast milk secretion) and a remedy for curing nervous system ailments such as headaches and irritability. You can use Celery seeds, the leaves, and even the stem to add to your dishes or to garnish them. Celery seeds can even be eaten raw. With so many health and culinary benefits, you must add this easy-to-grow herb in your kitchen gardens right away! The bed is ploughed properly and soil should be mixed with well rotten Cow dung. Make ridges at the distance of 2.0 feet and seedlings are transplanted 6 inches apart. Irrigate immediately and then as per requirement. Harvest starts after 75-90 days of transplanting.
Now available almost everywhere, the Cherry Tomatoes were originally known to be part of the Aztec Mexico agriculture. In Europe, it appeared in the 16th century and the variety grown in Europe was mostly the yellow cherry tomatoes. As far as the genetic make up of the Cherry tomatoes is concerned, it is an admixture of the garden and the wild-currant type variety of tomatoes. The seed variety available at All That Grows will yield bright red, roundish and, sometimes may be oblong produce. Cherry tomatoes are succulent, refreshing, and extremely flavorful. They are a popular addition to salads, even sangrias, smoothies, or regularly eaten raw. If you love juicy tomatoes, then this variety will surely become your favorite. Apart from being so tasty, the Cherry tomatoes are also very nutritious and healthful. Cherry tomatoes are very low in sodium, saturated fats, and cholesterol. Thanks to the Alpha Tocopherol, the vegetable is a great source of Vitamin E and also offers B6, Folate, Magnesium, Phosphorus, and Copper along with potassium, Vitamin A, C and K. You can also use Cherry tomatoes in sandwiches, or steam them anduse to make a sour-sweet sauce, etc. Beautiful to look at, and very tasty to savor, the Cherry tomatoes will be an excellent way to beautify and add nourishment to your gardens. Get started, shop the seeds with us. Botanical Name: Solanum lycopersicum var. cerasiforme Soil should be mixed with well rotten Cow dung. Raise nursery and transplant 30-35 days old plants in 6 inches raised beds at the distance of 2.5 feet between line to line and 1.0 feet plant to plant. Irrigate immediately and then as per requirement.Harvest starts after 55-60 days from transplanting.
Coriander has long been used as a garnishing agent in almost all cuisines the world over. But there is so much more to coriander than just being an ingredient with a strong and much-loved aroma. Both a herb and a spice, coriander belongs to the Apiaceae family of flowering plants that also includes celery, carrot, and parsley. With origins in Southern Europe, Northern Africa, and South-Western Asia, it is mainly the fresh leaves and dried seeds in powder form that are consumed. The delicate looking and lush coriander plant is packed with extremely beneficial nutrients that both protect and regulate body functions. From being considered anti-diabetic to controlling cholesterol and free-radical production, the coriander does it all. Its healing properties are also said to be anti-inflammatory in nature. So now you know, coriander is not just a seasoning condiment but also particularly an excellent source of Vitamin A, C, K, calcium, manganese, magnesium and dietary fibre. It is most famously used in salsa dips and chutneys, and generously sprinkled over soups, broths, omelettes and countless other dishes. If you are fond of coriander, you will find a way to include it in any and everything you eat. It’s that simple! So go ahead and give your preparations the coriander kick! Soil should be mixed with well rotten Cow dung. Crush the seed with feet to divide it into two parts.Place few seeds 1 inch deep at line to line distance of 9 inches and plant to plant 6 inches. Water it immediately and then water as per requirement. First cutting after 30 – 35 days.
Chillies were first grown in Central America, South America and West Indies. The Spanish conquest eventually introduced chilly cultivation around the world. Yellow chilly has anti-bacterial, analgesic and anti-diabetic properties. It has also been proven that chillies reduce cholesterol level in patients with obesity. Yellow chillies are also a good source of vitamin C, though compared to the fiery red chillies, they have a considerably low amount of Vitamin C and carotene. This variety of chilly is mainly grown in the regions of Punjab and South Kashmir. They are widely used in Indian households while cooking as spices to enhance colour and piquancy to the dishes in recipes of stuffed chilly and in preparation of dips and sauces.The yellow chilly powder is extensively used in vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes.It is also used in making pickles, soups, sauces and stews. Chillies, either fresh or ground, can cause severe burning sensation to hands and severe irritation to nasal passages, eyes, and throat. Therefore, it may be advised in some sensitive individuals to use thin hand gloves while handling chillies. Soil should be mixed with well rotten Cow dung. Sow seeds in rows at distance of 1.5 feet between row to row and 1.0 feet between plant to plant. Water it immediately and then water as per requirement.
Belonging to the Cucurbitaceae family of plants, same as melons and squash, cucumbers originated in parts of Middle East and Western Asia, but particularly in India. The elongated, water-rich, and light-on-the-palette vegetable is an effective way of getting rid of internal heat, flushing out toxins, while still sufficiently hydrating to prevent dehydration. Also, low on calories, cucumbers are rich in Vitamin A, C, K, folate, magnesium, potassium, calcium, iron, copper, zinc, and many other nutrients and minerals. Being a potent source of antioxidants, cucumbers impart enough nourishment for the skin to look healthy and can also reduce puffiness around eyes, and treat swelling and sunburns too. Also with anti-inflammation and anti-cancer properties, there is no possible excuse one can come up with, to not eat them. In fact, people looking to maintain or reduce weight should have these on a daily basis with their meals. Cucumbers are popularly consumed raw in salads, sandwiches, smoothies, and cold soups. Just wash, peel, and you are good to go. But if you are bored with the regular way of eating cucumbers, then try pickling them. Soil should be mixed with well rotten Cow dung. Sow the seeds at a distance of 1′ plant to plant and 4′ line to line. Water it immediately and then water as per requirement. Harvest 55 – 60 days after sowing.
An allium vegetable, just like onion, garlic, shallots, and scallions, leeks are native to Central Asia. These are abundantly cultivated in Europe too. Sweeter, more delicate, and less pungent in taste than onions, leeks have a very subtle presence in a dish to which they are added. Leeks are full of antioxidant agents such as flavanoids which are most concentrated in the bulb and leaves adjoining it. Extremely rich in kaempferol, a flavanol that produces Nitric Oxide(NO) that dilates and relaxes blood vessels and protects them from damage. Another very important nutrient found in leeks is folate, helpful for a healthy cardiovascular system. These also comprise nutrients and minerals like Vitamin A, C, E, K, potassium, iron, magnesium, zinc, and selenium along with anti-inflammatory properties. Leeks are specially beneficial to expecting mothers as its intake reduces the chances of neural tube defects in newborns significantly. Leek is a versatile vegetable and can be consumed in a variety of ways. Be it raw in salads, in stews and soups, in pizzas, pasta, and fried rice or simply blanched to be added to your favorite dish. Leeks can be had as and when and how you like. Soil should be mixed with well rotten Cow dung. Raise nursery and transplant 40-45 days old plants in beds at the distance of 1.0 feet between line to line and 4 inches plant to plant. Irrigate immediately and then as per requirement. Harvest starts after 70-80 days from transplanting.
One of the most famous salad ingredient, lettuce belongs to the Asteraceae family of flowering plants that also includes artichokes. Native to ancient Egypt, Lettuce consumption quickly spread to Greece, Rome and then further onto North America and other parts of Europe. The easy to grow green Lettuce is a low-calorie food rich in many minerals and nutrients. Have it to enrich your body with the benefits of Vitamin A, B6, C, E, K, folate, calcium, iron, potassium, zinc, riboflavin, and many others. Intake of these soothing-green leaves helps in preventing anemia, osteoporosis, certain types of cancer, cardiovascular diseases and even Alzheimer’s. A powerful antioxidant, eating lettuce fights free radical attacks and neutralizes them effectively. It also possesses anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial and sleep-inducing properties. This in turn helps tackle anxiety issues and lowers bad cholesterol or LDL levels, while also normalizing blood sugar and blood pressure. Lettuce can be had raw in salads, sandwiches, burgers, and other healthy alternatives of your favorite fast food preparations. It can also be steamed, sauteed and stir-fried. It is also commonly seen as a fresh green leafy bed in both vegetarian and non-vegetarian sizzlers. The bed is ploughed properly. Prepare the flat beds and make rows 1.0 feet apart and seeds are sown thinly in these rows. Sowing is done in dry soil and then the beds are irrigated. Soil should be mixed with well rotten Cow dung. Harvest starts after 80-85 days from sowing.
India is the largest producer of fenugreek, but it is also cultivated in Egypt, France, Spain, Argentina, Turkey, and Morocco. Used as a herb, spice, and also a vegetable, Fenugreek as Methi is a versatile edible ingredient in the Indian sub-continent with magical health benefits. To speak of the lush green and little oblong leaves in particular, these are an excellent source of iron, Vitamin C, calcium, phosphorous, and protein. The protein content, in the herb form, also called methi kasuri, that are the sun-dried leaves, is equivalent to that found in pulses. With a slight bitter taste, fenugreek leaves or methi has proven results for keeping blood sugar levels stable, highly nutritious for lactating mothers, and excellent for skin, hair, and weight loss. It is also a great way of keeping bowel dysfunctions at bay and can be used as a mouth-freshner too! The intake of methi leaves has a strong effect on keeping the LDL (bad Cholestrol) levels low and HDL (good Cholestrol) levels up. The methi leaves are cooked fresh with vegetables and spices for a savory dish. The leaves are also kneaded along with flour to make delicious paranthas. It can be also be used in soups, salads, and any which way you deem fit as per your love for this green veggie. Soil should be mixed with well rotten Cow dung. Broadcast seeds in beds and rake it to cover seed. Irrigate immediately and then as per requirement. First cutting starts after 25-30 days and subsequent cuttings after 20-25 days.
First cultivated in Africa, Okra popularly travelled from there to America and South Asia and became a much-loved summer vegetable. Grown usually in tropical and sub-tropical weather conditions, Okra has a gummy texture and belongs to the Malvaceae family of flowering plants. Okra is also one of the most heat and drought resistant vegetable. It is full of life-sustaining nutrients and minerals such as Vitamin A, B6, C, K, dietary fibre, folate, potassium, calcium, magnesium, and iron. Eating Okra, rich in so many health-giving nourishing substances, is a great way to have healthy cholesterol levels, maintain weight, prevent the risk of developing colorectal cancer, have a strong immune system, as well as protect the eyesight and body tissues. Though not in abundance but the ladyfinger does carry small quantities of protein, carbohydrate, and almost negligible calories too. These also have plenty of antioxidants such as beta-carotene, xanthin, and lutein and can also help in keeping the heart healthy and reduces the chances of being afflicted with type 2 diabetes monumentally. In India, Okra is cooked in a variety of ways. Fried, stuffed, or cooked simply after cutting in equal sized pieces with spices. Soil should be mixed with well rotten Cow dung. Sow seeds in rows at distance of 1.5 feet between row to row and 1 feet between plant to plant. Water it immediately and then water as per requirement. Harvest after 45-50 days.
Like garlic and leeks, onions too are an allium vegetable that were cultivated 2000 years ago in ancient Egypt. Particularly rich in polyphenol and flavanoids, care should be taken not to over-peel the papery layer of onions for fear of losing much of the essentials. Including onions in your diet is also a great way to prevent colorectal, laryngeal, ovarian, oral, and esophageal cancers. It has been specially effective to keep the heart and blood vessels in an excellent condition and a great defense against heart attacks. There is good news for menopausal women too! Eating onions can help them gain bone density and lower the risk of fractures due to accidental falls. Also rich in sulphur, onions are very beneficial for the formation of connective tissues. The other main nutrients found in onions include Vitamin A, B6, C, E, sodium, potassium, iron, and dietary fibre. Onions also contain the coveted allyl propyl disulphide which helps in maintaining optimum blood sugar levels too. Mostly, onions are eaten raw in salads, sandwiches, and other savoury side dishes. While they can be cooked in a variety of styles. Sautee, steam, bake, grill, boil or have a soup made entirely and just of onions! Have them any which way you like, but be sure to make them a part of your meals so as not to miss out on the benefits. Soil should be mixed with well rotten Cow dung. Raise nursery and transplant 40-45 days old plants in beds at the distance of 6 inches between line to line and 4 inches plant to plant. Irrigate immediately and then as per requirement.Harvest starts in 135 – 140 days after sowing.
Parsley, the sweet and pungent tasting dried herb or a fresh table garnish originated in Southern Europe and has been cultivated for almost 2000 years. It was extensively used and revered by Greeks. Belonging to the Apiaceae family of plants, Parsley is not just an ingredient used in cooking but has medicinal properties too. Comprising of both nutritious and healing qualities, Parsley is regarded as world’s most popular herb. The true worth of Parsley can be understood only once you know about the unique components it packs within itself. The first is a type of volatile oil that prevents the formation of tumors in lungs and neutralizes carcinogens too. The second is the presence of antioxidant flavanoids. Parsley also consists of Vitamin A, B6, B12, C, E, K, folate, calcium, iron, magnesium and many other highly beneficial nutrients and minerals. Because of being so nutritionally charged, it helps you fight rheumatoid arthritis, strengthens immunity, helps control diabetes, and also prevent internal inflammations. Parsley as a herb is widely used as a seasoning over soups, salads, pastas, over grilled food, and even used for making dips and sauces. The bed is ploughed properly. Prepare the flat beds and make rows 1.0 feet apart and planting is done 6 inches apart. Soil should be mixed with well rotten Cow dung. Irrigate the beds immediately after transplanting and afterwards as per requirement. Harvest starts after 90 to 100 days from transplanting
Peas, botanically a fruit, belong to the Fabaceae family of flowering plants just like cowpeas and pigeon peas. Peas are also recognized as the only legume to be consumed fresh unlike the lentils, pulses, and chickpeas that are sold in the dried form. Considered as one of the earliest food crops to be cultivated, peas are most abundantly produced in Canada with France, China, Russia, and India next in line. The fresh green peas come packed with phytonutrients, specially coumestrol, that protects against stomach cancer. Another phytonutrient found only in peas is saponin. Being low on the glycemic index and high on the fibre and protein content, the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes is also down to a minimum if you consume peas regularly. These also come loaded with antioxidants and nutrients like Vitamin A, C, B6, K, iron, zinc, copper, magnesium, and phosphorous. Eating the sweet-tasting green peas is effective in maintaining cardiovascular health, and limiting neuronal damage while slowing down the progression of Alzheimer’s disease. Feel free to add peas to whatever you eat. Steam, boil, sautee, bake, grill, fry! Go ahead and put it in soups, pastas, sandwiches, salads, or even in curries. Can be used both fresh and frozen. Soil should be mixed with well rotten Cow dung. Seeds are sown in lines at the distance of 1 feet between line to line and 4 inches seed to seed. Irrigate immediately and then as per requirement. Harvest starts after 55 – 60 days.
Unlike the ones found in the west with an orange skin and associated mostly with Halloween to be carved into Jack-o-Lanterns, in India pumpkins usually have a green skin. A part of the Cucurbitaceae family of plants just like cucumbers, squash and cantaloupes, pumpkins are widely cultivated and consumed all over the world. Though not everyone’s favourite veggie, they are extremely healthy to eat1! Wait till you know of the nutritional value it carries. Pumpkins are an excellent source of Vitamin A, E, C, iron, folate, dietary fiber and antioxidants. Its consumption can greatly help you with lowering the risk of heart disease, diabetes, and breast cancer, while fighting fatigue, boosting the immune system, maintaining optimum weight, and improving vision and digestion. A water-rich vegetable, pumpkins will keep your feeling refreshed and hydrated sufficiently too. Pumpkins are generally cooked after removing the seeds with spices. Also generously included in stews, soups, and even desserts. You can even steam, boil or bake it for a delicious savory dish. Soil should be mixed with well rotten Cow dung. Sow the seeds at a distance of 1 feet plant to plant and 4 feet line to line. Water it immediately and then water as per requirement. Harvest after 70-75 days.
Red Radishes are more pungent and sharp as compared to the popular white ones but are not nutritionally deficit at all. In fact, the anthocyanins that are responsible for the blush red color make them more nourishing than the white varieties. The red radishes pack quite a punch when it comes to flavor and nutrition! In fact, since the ancient times the radish has been known to have many health benefits. There is even a Chinese proverb dedicated to radishes which states, “eating pungent radish and drinking hot tea, let the starved doctors beg on their knees.” The pungency in radishes can be attributed to isothiocyanate which is very intense in red radishes. These are also extremely rich in antioxidants such as sulforaphane and Vitamin C. Better digestion, glowing skin, stronger hair are only a few benefits of consuming red radishes. Radishes are extremely useful in treating jaundice, piles, urinary disorders, and liver dysfunctions too. It also makes for an effective cure for constipation and enhances immune system as well. You can eat them raw, cook them or add to salads and sandwiches. Radish leaves can also be eaten. Soil should be mixed with well rotten Cow dung. Sow at least 2-3 seeds in 6 inches raised rows at distance of 1.0 feet between row to row and 3 inches feet between plant to plant. Water it immediately and then water as per requirement. After germination, keep only one plant at one place and remove all other plants just after germination. Harvest after 40-45 days.
The Luffa or the dark green sponge belongs to the Cucurbitaceae family. It is widely cultivated in India and the Americas. However, it is easiest to grow in the tropical and sub-tropical climates which means that if you are in India, then your backyards! The Sponge gourd / Luffa or the Tori is a highly fibrous vegetable and has a flavor and taste which is similar to bitter melon. It’s a nutrient-dense green veggie that you can rely on for a rich supply of anti-oxidants, minerals, vitamins, dietary essentials such as lipids and good carbohydrates. Sponge gourd offers Vitamin C and B6 in abundance quantities along with Magnesium which itself performs key roles in the human physiology. Because the sponge gourd is low on carbohydrates, it is highly recommended for people suffering from diabetes. Luffa or the Tori, is in fact, believed to have many medicinal qualities. Vitamin A in this gourd prevents macular degeneration which leads to blindness. The vegetable even prevents cardiovascular ailments thanks to the Vitamin B5 which lowers bad Cholestrol in the blood. Apart from this the sponge gourd is extremely good for skin health, treating migraine headaches, and providing the necessary cooling to the body when it heats up. You can add the Luffa to your salads by steaming or blanching them, to your chutneys for that peculiar bitter flavor, cook them in a curry, or simply saute. There are many traditional and modern ways to cook and eat the sponge gourd! But first, sow them in your garden for a healthy supply! Soil should be mixed with well rotten Cow dung. Sow the seeds at a distance of 1 feet plant to plant and 4 feet line to line. Water it immediately and then water as per requirement. Harvest after 50 to 55 days.
Belonging to the easy-to-grow and healthy family of Cucurbitaceae, summer squashes are related to both the water-rich cucumber and the sweet melons! Not endowed with a very powerful taste such as the melon, the chappan kadu is more of a power-food than a tasty food. It’s a variety of Zucchini, actually. They were originally found in the caves of Mexico about 10, 000 years ago! Since then they are now found in almost all around the world with India, China, Russia, and the United States being the largest producers of the summer squashes. Summer squashes have a white soft flesh which and a very soft shell which is also edible. They are a rich source of carotenoids, minerals, good carbohydrates, anti-oxidants. They are also abundant in Vitamin C, K, phosphorus, potassium, Vitamin B6, B1, Zinc, Copper, Omega-3 fatty acids, folate and other essential nutrients. These essentials make the Chappan Kadu anti-microbial, anti-inflammatory, anti-cancer, and great for diabetic patients. You can steam, boil, blanche, cook the summer squash for a curry-based dish or eat them raw. Some also add the summer squashes to soups, smoothies, and chutneys. So don’t wait up, add this healthful vegetable to your green patch, right away! Soil should be mixed with well rotten Cow dung. Prepare 5-6 feet wide bed and sow the seed on both sides at a distance of 1.0 feet .Irrigate immediately and then as per requirement. Harvest starts after 60-90 days.
An annual plant, Sunflower defines summer with its daisylike flower faces of bright yellow petals. They emerge as dense petals of the richest frilly golden yellow that are packed clear to a brown center. Giant Sungold is long lasting in the garden and in the vase. Soil should be mixed with well rotten Cow dung. Broadcast seeds in beds and rake it to cover seed. Maintain a distance of 2.0 feet between plants.Irrigate immediately and then as per requirement but the soil should remain moist always. Flowering starts after 6-7 weeks after sowing which continues for very long duration.
The purple top white globe Turnip is the most commonly found winter vegetable in India. However, it is now found all over the world and is related to Radish and Mustard. It’s a vegetable that is grown in cool-temperate regions and is a root vegetable grown for its tap root and, sometimes, leaves. It is easy to grow and does not require much effort, like the beet or the potato. Some regions even eat turnip stems. Turnips are considered to be native to Europe and form the staple for both human (only the smaller varieties) and livestock. The bigger bulbous roots are given to the livestock as feed. Turnips are a rich source of Vitamin C and hence are essentially immunity-boosting veggies. Also, the phytonutrients which are responsible for its stingy flavor are great as detoxifiers. In fact, the high-dietary fiber that the turnips provide the human body, make the vegetable, a great remedy for diverticulitis – a condition of the colon. Other benefits of including turnips in your diet include maintaining a healthy vision, weight, and digestion. You can cook turnip along with other vegetables or separately for a flavorful dish! Add them to salads, soups, or to your meat dishes for a strong and earthy taste. Before you bring this healthy staple to your kitchens, why not add them to your gardens? If you are looking for the best purple top turnip seeds then look no further! Get them now. Soil should be mixed with well rotten Cow dung. Make ridges at the distance of 1.5 feet and sow seed at the distance of 4 inches apart. Irrigate immediately and then as per requirement. Harvest starts after 40 – 50 days.
Zinnia flowers are one of the easiest plants grow. They grow quickly, and their prolific, bright flowers bloom in vivid or even neon shades from mid-summer to fall. They make a massive burst of color in your garden and they attract butterflies. They also don’t need much care, just simple weeding. Pinching spent blossoms encourages new blooms. Zinnias make beautiful border plants and cut flowers. Zinnia helps cure constipation and the extracts are used in many beauty products. Soil should be mixed with well rotten Cow dung. Broadcast seeds in beds and rake it to cover seed. Maintain a distance of 8-10 inches between plants.Irrigate immediately and then as per requirement but the soil should remain moist always. Flowering starts after 40-45 days after sowing. It blooms almost all the year round.
SOWING TIME : February To June (Summers), July To September (Rains) PLANT CHARACTER : Small Nutty Flavor Seeds With Leaf Flavor Similar To Spinach LEAF CHARACTER : Green Thick Leaves, Multiple Stems And Few Flowers HARVEST: Early Greens Can Be Harvested Post 2 Weeks, Full Crop Gets Ready In 45 -50 Days Native to the Aztecs, Mayans, and Incas, the green leaf amaranth has long been in consumption for its health-giving properties. The demand for Amaranth continues to grow and it is mostly cultivated in the Himalayan region of India and also in Peru, Argentina, and Bolivia. But it is countries like China, Greece, Africa, and the Caribbean that most popularly and fondly consume it in the leaf form as a part of a variety of dishes. The super vegetable comes with exceptional health-benefits to keep you in good stead when consumed regularly. Being rich in Vitamin A, B6, C, E, K, and nutrients like calcium, magnesium, phosphorous, potassium, iron, copper, and many more micronutrients, the amaranth greens are highly beneficial to eyesight and help increase the red blood cells count. Not just this if the green amaranth is consumed frequently, it aids in lowering LDL or bad cholesterol levels, improves digestion and energy levels, counters unnatural hair loss, strengthens bones, teeth, and the immune system. These are just some of the benefits that the green amaranth imparts. There is so much more to this absolutely amazing and healthful vegetable and grain. But be careful not to overcook it, else the nitrates present will turn into nitrites which can be harmful.. So next time you shop for your weekly stock of veggies and fruits, be sure to buy amaranth or even better grow your own, and savour a purer version. Soil should be mixed with well rotten Cow dung. Raise nursery and transplant the plants at the distance of 18 inches row to row and 12 inches plant to plant. Irrigate immediately and then as per requirement. Harvest starts after 30-35 days.
Cultivated in North Africa, the Middle East, Egypt, and India, Fenugreek has a long history as an ingredient in traditional medicine. The leaves are flat and spear-shaped, and radiate out from a central stem. Fenugreek is rich in calcium, phosphorus, iron nd Vitamin C. The leaf is highly beneficial for treating poor liver functions and dyspepsia. It helps in controlling blood sugar levels as galactomannan, a natural soluble fiber present in Fenugreek slows down the rate of sugar absorption into the blood. It also contains amino acid responsible for inducing the production of insulin. Fenugreek is beneficial in the case of high blood levels of certain fats including cholesterol and triglycerides. It also helps in reducing menstrual discomfort and prevents colon cancer. Fenugreek is most widely used in Indian cuisine, though it is also found in North African and Middle Eastern dishes. While the leaves smell like caramel or maple syrup, when heated, their taste is rather bitter, like burnt sugar. The ground seeds (yellow) are often used in curry powder, spices blends, dry rubs, and tea blends. Fresh leaves can be added to salads and cooked dishes. Start out with a small amount—too much can cause a bitter taste. Soil should be mixed with well rotten Cow dung. Broadcast seeds in beds and rake it to cover seed. Irrigate immediately and then as per requirement. First cutting starts after 25-30 days and subsequent cuttings after 20-25 days.
Found and grown mostly in semi-arid tropical areas of Africa, Asia, South Europe, and Central & South America, Cowpeas are a savior crop for areas with poor climatic conditions. These can be grown easily and do not require much to thrive. Helpful in fixing atmospheric nitrogen through its root nodules, cowpeas carry all the essential nutritional benefits and the makings of a super food. Majorly rich in Vitamin A, B9, C, fibre, protein, copper, iron, and phosphorous, consuming cowpeas is an excellent way to prevent the risk of developing cancer, diabetes, anemia, cold sores, and even depression. Including cowpeas in your diet will also help in maintaining a healthy metabolism, bowel system, cardiovascular system, and immunity. Also great for having strong bones and healing injured muscle tissues. Eating cowpeas results in a radiant skin and shiny hair as well. With so many benefits, we are sure your next meal might just consist this bean like legume. These can be cooked with spices and vegetables after soaking overnight. They are also used as an important ingredient in soups, salads, pastas, sandwiches and many other dishes as a taste-enhancing and healthful ingredient. Soil should be mixed with well rotten Cow dung. Sow seeds in rows at distance of 2 feet between row to row and 0.5 feet between plant to plant. Irrigate immediately and then as per requirement. Harvest after 50 – 55 days.
Golden melon or honey-melon is a fruit for everyone. The balance in its taste, color, crunchiness and water content is a perfect combination for anyone hoping to consume a delight. The golden melon was originally from Europe and Africa before spreading to other parts of the world. Golden melon is a great constituent of essential minerals and nutrients such as vitamin C, pantothenic acid, calcium, zinc, vitamin B6, fiber, magnesium, iron, potassium, vitamin A and omega-3 & 6. The intake of golden melon helps to regulate blood pressure level due to the presence of potassium in it. The Omega 3 & 6 fatty acids also makes it effective for maintaining a healthy heart. Puree and use your melons to make sauces, smoothies, and cocktails. The sweet flavor is complemented by cucumber, mint, basil, red onion, blueberries, mango, robust cheese varieties, salted meats, honey, cream, black pepper and balsamic vinegar. Do not forget to scoop out the seed portion inside the fruit just like you would do to papaya. Golden melon is easily perishable and as such necessitates quick consumption upon ripening to avoid spoilage. Soil should be mixed with well rotten Cow dung. Make planting beds around 5 – 7 feet wide and sow seeds on both sides of bed at 1.5 feet distance between two lines. Water it immediately and then water as per requirement. Harvest after 90 to 95 days.
People growing in the tropical countries have a very sweet association with hot summery days – the huge large Watermelon! It is one of the sweetest, juiciest, and cooling fruits that you can find in nature. It’s interesting to note that the Watermelon is actually a berry! It is classified so because botanically it’s called a Pepo – or a berry which has a hard rind but no internal division! First grown in the Kalahari desert of Africa, the first records of harvesting this popular heat-dasher, dates back to 5000 years ago. In India there presence was recorded in the 7th century. More than just a fruit, the watermelon also has special connotations in the Freedom struggle of Africans and also became a symbol of their freedom. Eventually, they also found their way into the warmer parts of the Mediterranean region. The flowering plant belongs to the flowering vine-like family called the Cucurbitaceae and is an annual. It is usually grown for the special edible fruit. The fruit, which is 91% water and 6% sugar, is one of the most nutritious fruits to include in your diet. With a very high content of Vitamin C, A, B6, and lycopene. Its seeds are edible too and are usually dried and roasted before consumed. They are known to be extremely rich in micro-nutrients and provide many life-sustaining essentials. The popular ways of eating watermelon include slicing or cutting it into cubes and enjoying on a hot summer day. You can also add it to salads, fruits salad, desserts and even pickle it. Tempted to grow this beautiful and large fruit in your gardens? Get the seeds that will assure a high variety of the Black Watermelon. Shop with us now. Soil should be mixed with well rotten Cow dung. Make planting beds around 5 – 7 feet wide and sow seeds on both sides of the bed at 1.5 feet distance between two lines. Water it immediately and then water as per requirement. Harvest after 85-90 days.
The “Belgian Samurai Mayonnaise” is a unique GreenTokri product. The Jalapeños are responsible for the hot flavour and the red colour and make the mayonnaise deliciously spicy and creamy. Tastes great on a sandwich or as a dip for chicken nuggets or veggies. Kids will love it with fries or on a hamburger! No preservatives nor colours added. Store in the refrigerator!
Bamboo Cotton buds are 100% biodegradable and made from sustainable bamboo stick with natural cotton tip. Pack of 50 pieces. The Bamboo cotton buds are definitely an essential item to have in every household. Perfect to use for removing eye makeup, applying face paint, cleaning jewellery or your computer keyboard. Why choose the Bamboo Cotton Buds? Because they are: Sustainable Biodegradable Naturally organic Can be disposed in your compost bin instead of rubbish bin BPA free Packaging is made from recycled cardboard
Like a conventional toothbrush, a charcoal toothbrush has a similar shape and design along with bristles on the brush head. However, the difference is that those bristles are infused with charcoal rather than being standard nylon/synthetic bristles that simply sweep and capture bacteria and debris. Some charcoal toothbrushes have a plastic/rubber handle with the charcoal-infused bristles, whilst others have a wooden, normally bamboo, handle. The wood is a more natural option as this biodegrades whereas the plastic does not. Benefits Natural Bamboo Product Compostable brush handle Biodegradable packing A sleek, natural look and feel BPA-free bristles While switching to a natural toothbrush may seem like a small change, the stats above show that we could all make a big difference if we each committed to doing things a better way. Absorbs plaque Charcoal has a naturally porous formation and when used in the mouth helps absorb bacteria and debris to effectively clean the teeth and gums. The charcoal absorbs and binds bacteria together and a microscopic level to reduce and remove from the mouth compared to a conventional toothbrush that scapes and sweeps this away. Reduces tooth staining/whitens teeth Tea, coffee, red and smoking are just some of the better-known causes for stained /aged or yellow teeth. The activated charcoal in the bristles of the brush absorbs the tannins that bind to your teeth and cause stains. As it removes these through regular brushing your teeth become whiter as the contaminants that age and darken them are removed. You can find a return to a more natural white color through a more natural method, no bleaching or cosmetic dentistry required. Reduces bad breath & odor The same carbon-absorbing properties that remove plaque and tannins can too remove the bacteria that cause you to suffer from bad breath. The idea here is not to mask or overpower the natural odor produced by your mouth, but to remove the bacteria that creates the odor in the first place for a more pleasant post clean feeling for you and for those you interact with throughout the day.
natural bamboo straws – pack of 4 reusable bamboo straws, 100% natural bamboo material. no chemical treated. eco friendly & reusable: stop using plastic, acrylic, and other, metal or petroleum derived disposable drinking straws. conventional straws not only jeopardize your health and put a dent in your familys budget, but they also fill the earths landfills with excess waste. our premium drinking straws are made from organic, sustainably sourced bamboo, making them a foolproof choice, benefiting both you and the environment! non toxic & safe: free of any harmful chemicals, bpa, or other, dangerous compounds contained in conventional drinking straws, bamboo straws are perfect for kids and adults alike. bamboo straws are ideal for warm and icy cold drinks, making them your new, trusted, year round drinking companion!
Aromatic and low foaming, this pH balanced gel removes dirt and surface pollution without stripping natural oils. This hair and body wash is made with a select combination of ingredients such as aamla, neem, khus, shikakai and aloe that nourish and clean both hair and skin of every type. – Certified by BDIH Germany – Contain no chemical – Not tested on Animal This product is applicable for any hair and skin type. Net Quantity:300 ml Delivery time: 3-5 working days as per location. Ingredients Aqua, Decyl glucoside, Lauryl glucoside, Caprylyl/capryl glucoside, Glycerine , Sodium PCA, Rubia cordifolia (manjistha) extract*, Aloe barbadensis (aloe vera) juice*, Curcuma longa (turmeric) extract*, Azadirachta indica (neem) infusion*, Citric acid, Sodium levulinate, Coco glucoside, Glyceryl oleate, Xanthan gum, Parfum**, Eclipta alba (bhringraj) extract*, Zn PCA, Potassium sorbate, Sodium gluconate, Acacia concinna (shikakai) extract*, Vetiveria zizanioides (vetiver) extract*, Emblica officinalis (aamla) extract*, Cyperus rotundus (nagarmotha) extract*, Parfum**, Linalool**, Limonene**, Geraniol**, Citral** *From certified organic farms **From essential oils Ideal for daily use, this 2-in-1 Hair & Body Wash is handy to travel with and easy & quick to use. How to use – To be used on hair & body for a refreshing bathing experience. – Meant for Men. Before Use- Though all our products are made naturally, using the best & purest of the ingredients it is recommended that you read through the label to make sure you are not allergic to any individual component of the Ingredients mentioned. Best Before- Best within 30 months from date of manufacture
This fragrant, non-greasy skin care potion is a blend of vitamin-rich oil cold-pressed from ripe Himalayan Apricot Kernels, organically cultivated herbs, and wild honey from the Sirumalai forests. It is then infused with kokum butter to keep your face and body supple, smooth and moisturised. – Certified by BDIH Germany – Contains no lead or paraben – Not tested on Animal This product is applicable for any Skin type, except for Oily skin. Net Quantity:200 ml Delivery time: 3-5 working days as per location. Ingredients Aqua, Aloe Vera Juice*, Coco-caprylate/caprate, Apricot oil, Sunflower oil*, Glycerine, Glycerol mono stearate, Cetearyl alcohol, Kokum butter, Mel (honey)*, Parfum**, Tocopherol, Sodium benzoate, Xanthan gum, Potassium sorbate, L-lactic acid, Rubia cordifolia (manjistha) extract*, Sodium stearoyl glutamate, Sodium gluconate, Geraniol**, Limonene**, Linalool**, Benzyl alocohol**, Benzyl benzoate**, Citral**, Citronellol**, Coumarin**, Eugenol**, Farnesol** *From certified organic farms **From essential oils The Apricot Oil is very finely absorbed by the skin & works on the deeper layers, leaving a non-greasy feel. How to use – Apply daily on Body & Face(forDry Face Skin) after a shower. Use firm, upward strokes, particularly around the neck and jawline. If you have oily facial skin refrain from using it on your face. Meant for both men and women Before Use- You can test the cream for sensitivity by applying a small portion on your ear lobe and leave it for 12-24 hours. In case of any adverse reactions, discontinue use and consult your physician. Best Before- Best within 30 months from date of manufacture
This intense care and repair cream is packed with anti-oxidants, moisture and cell regeneration properties from kokum butter as well as oils of organic sesame, coconut, apricot and almond. Enriched with honey, aloe and extracts of turmeric, it is effective in soothing dry and cracked skin, keeping it soft and smooth. Massage a liberal amount of cream onto washed and dried hands & feet and keep overnight. – Certified by BDIH Germany – Contain no Parabens, Silicones – Not tested on Animal This product is applicable for any Skin. Net Quantity:100 gm Delivery time: 3-5 working days as per location. Ingredients Aqua, Prunus armeniaca (apricot) kernel oil, Sesamum indicum (sesame) seed oil*, Cocos nucifera (coconut) oil*, Glycerol mono stearate, Stearic acid, Coco-caprylate/caprate, Glycerine, Sodium gluconate, Sodium lactate, Cetearyl alcohol, Emblica officinalis (aamla)*, Cera alba (beeswax), Garcinia indica (kokum) butter, Aloe barbadensis (aloe vera) juice*, Hemedismus indicus (anantmool), Parfum**, Sodium stearoyl glutamate, Mel (honey)*, L-lactic acid, Sodium benzoate, Prunus amygdalus dulcis (almond) oil*, Potassium sorbate, Curcuma longa (turmeric) extract*, Xanthan gum, Linalool**, Limonene** *From certified organic farms **From essential oils Super rich cold pressed oils nourish and heal cracked skin, Kokum butter and honey gives moisture to dry skins. Anti oxidant amla and Vitamin E protect skin against environmental stress prevents skin damage. How to use – Apply cream & massage onto freshly washed hands. Apply after every hand washing. To treat severely dry hands or feet, massage a liberal amount of cream into affected areas and cover with cotton gloves or socks and allow to remain overnight Meant for women and men Before Use- Though all our products are made naturally, using the best & purest of the ingredients it is recommended that you read through the label to make sure you are not allergic to any individual component of the Ingredients mentioned. Best Before- Best within 30 months from date of manufacture
Organic turmeric combined with fresh extracts of Indian rose, aloe and forest honey makes this a moisturising face wash that keeps skin clean, protected and naturally soft. Regular use keeps your skin clear, supple and fragrant. Net Quantity:120ml Delivery time: 3-5 working days as per location. Ingredients Aqua, Capryl/caprylyl glucoside, Glycerine, Sodium gluconate, Rubia cordifolia (manjistha) extract*, Sodium lactate, Vetiveria zizanioides (vetiver) extract*, Sodium cocoyl glutamate, Disodium cocoyl glutamate, Hydrolysed wheat protein, Citric acid, Coco glucoside, Glyceryl oleate, Aloe barbadensis (aloe vera) juice*, Azadirachta indica (neem) infusion, Xanthan gum, Sodium levulinate, Potassium sorbate, Parfum**, Curcuma longa (turmeric) extract*, Rosa damascena (rose) infusion*, Mel (honey)*, Linalool**, Limonene**, Citronellol**, Geraniol**, Benzyl alcohol, Benzyl cinnamate**, Citral**, Eugenol**, Farnesol** *From certified organic farms ** From essential oils Preserved with potassium sorbate An Ayurvedic Product, each 100 ml contains: Manjistha-3g, Ushir-2g, Neem-2g, Gwarpatha-1g, Haridra-0.5g, Gulab-0.5g Wet face and neck. Massage this soap-free face wash onto your skin, rinse thoroughly and pat dry. Use 2-3 times a day for visible skin improvement.
This sun protection cream is free from complex chemical UV filters, which may cause long-term skin damage. Organic Olive Oil and Green Tea Extract combat the effects of UV rays, while Aloe Vera and Witch Hazel soothe and hydrate. Rich in Vitamin E, organic Sunflower, Coconut and Almond oils heal damaged skin. Carrot Seed oil lightens, and Hydrolysed Wheat Protein moisturises. Apply liberally to exposed skin 30 minutes before going out in the sun. – Certified by BDIH Germany – Contain no paraben/harmful chemical This product is applicable for dry to normal skin. Net Quantity:100 gm Delivery time: 3-5 working days as per location. Ingredients Aqua, Isoamyl laurate, Zinc oxide, Aloe barbadensis (aloe vera) juice*, Helianthus annuus (sunflower) seed oil*, Titanium dioxide, Glycerine coco-caprylate/ caprate, Polyglyceryl-2 oleate, Polyhydroxy stearic acid, Cocos nucifera (coconut) oil*, Olea europaea (olive) fruit oil*, Camellia sinensis (green tea) infusion*, Hamamelis virginiana (witch hazel) water*, Cetyl alcohol, Sorbitan olivate, Polyglyceryl-2 stearate, Theobroma cacao butter, Sodium levulinate, Prunus amygdalus dulcis (almond) oil*, Hydrolyzed wheat protein, Tocopherol, Glyceryl caprylate, Potassium sorbate, Daucus carota sativa (carrot seed oil), Butea monosperma (palash) infusion, Xanthan gum, Isoamyl cocoate, Parfum**, Linalool**, Geraniol**, Citronellol**, Limonene**, Benzyl alcohol**, Benzyl benzoate**, Benzyl salicylate**, Citral**, Farnesol**, Eugenol**, Isoeugenol** *From certified organic farms **From essential oils It protects skin from harmful effects of the Sun with completely natural non-nanonized broad spectrum sunscreens like Zinc oxide & Titanium di-oxide, enriched with Cold pressed oil like almond, Coconut and Olive oil that prevents sunburn, premature ageing, wrinkles. Strong anti oxidant like green tea and natural Vitamin E protect against pre radical damage. Skin soothing & cooling Aloe vera & witch hazel water. How to use – Apply liberally on the area to be exposed to sun half hour before going out. Reapply after every two hours. Meant for Men & Women Before Use- You can test the cream for sensitivity by applying a small portion on your ear lobe and leave it for 12-24 hours. In case of any adverse reactions, discontinue use and consult your physician. Best Before- Best within 30 months from date of manufacture
Deeply exfoliates skin with gentle walnut grits. Coconut and almond oil nourishes skin. Anti bacterial Neem and Van haldi gives deep cleansing and prevents acne. Rose and Rraktchandan hydrats skin and improves skin tone. – Certified by BDIH Germany – • Contain no paraben/harmful chemical This product is applicable for all type of Skin Net Quantity:100 gm Delivery time: 3-5 working days as per location. Ingredients Aqua, Juglans regia (walnut) shell grits, Cetearyl alcohol, Aloe barbadensis (aloe vera) leaf juice*, Glycerine, Helianthus annuus (sunflower) oil*, Cocos nucifera (coconut) oil*, Glycerol mono stearate, Coco-caprylate/caprate, Vitis vinifera (grapeseed oil), Sodium gluconate, Curcuma aromatica (van haldi) extract, Sodium lactate, Azadirachta indica (neem) infusion*, Rosa centifolia (rose) petal infusion*, Sodium benzoate, L-lactic acid, Xanthan Gum, Prunus amygdalus (almond) dulcis oil*, Pterocarpus santalinus (raktchandan) extract, Potassium sorbate, Citrus limonum (lemon peel) oil, Tocopherol, Sodium gluconate, Sodium cocoyl glutamate, Disodium cocoyl glutamate, Parfum**, Geraniol**, Limonene**, Linalool**, Benzyl alocohol**, Benzyl benzoate**, Citral**, Citronellol**, Coumarin**, Eugenol**, Farnesol** *From certified organic farms ** From essential oils Gentle exfoliation with eco friendly walnut grits. Removes dead skin & surface toxins leaving skin smooth & radiant. No harsh ingredients & microbeads which affect marine life. Ideal for all skin type. Meant for both men & women. How to use – Apply a small amount to fingertips. In a circular motion, massage into face and neck. Rinse well with warm water. Before Use- Though all our products are made naturally, using the best & purest of the ingredients it is recommended that you read through the label to make sure you are not allergic to any individual component of the Ingredients mentioned. Best Before- Best within 24 months from date of manufacture
Bamboo Office Organiser Beautiful Handcrafted Bamboo Desk Organiser Each Bamboo desk organiser is handcrafted from carefully selected stems of bamboo. Features Eco-friendly from 100% sustainable bamboo product Stylish Gives your desk a natural companion Ideal eco-friendly gift Note : Accessories are not part of the product
Our pickles are handmade in small batches using the traditional “lacto fermentation” technique. Being oil-less and vinegar-free our pickles are heart healthy and delicious. The age old lacto fermentation method of making pickles produces probiotics which are good bacteria required for superior intestinal health. Our pickles have no synthetic additives and preservatives. Usage Instructions: Please make sure your spoon is dry and does not contain water residue when using it for the pickles.
English : barnyard millet, Bengali : shyama, Hindi : sanwa, Kannada : oodalu, Oriya : khira, Punjabi : swank, Tamil : kuthiraivolly, Telugu : udalu, kodisama Barnyard millet has 6 times more fiber when compared to wheat. It is high in calcium, phosphorus and fiber. It helps to maintain the body temperature and acts as a good anti-oxidant too. It is diabetic friendly and gluten free. Millets have been cultivated from pre-historic times and is one of the world’s earliest food plants used by humans. It is naturally gluten free and is non-acid forming. Millets are alkalizing foods which helps in preventing chronic diseases. Soak, ferment, roast or sprout before consumption to derive full benefits of millets and whole grains. Cooking direction: After washing throughly, cook one cup of millet in two cups of water in an open vessel. Once done enjoy with curry or chutney. Substitute, millet with rice in any recipe (e.g., dosa, upama, lemon rice etc
Our Black Rice is sourced from Manipur. It is a glutinous variety of rice which is nutritionally dense. A spoonful of black rice bran contains more health promoting anthocyanin antioxidants than in a spoonful of blueberries, but with less sugar, more fiber and Vitamin E antioxidants. It is also known as “Forbidden Rice” – a name which originated from China as it was served only for Kings & elites, and was forbidden for commoners.
The Indian Black Salt, also known as “Kala Namak”, is a popular variety of Indian volcanic stone salts. Most commonly used in Indian chats, chutneys and many other savory snacks. It is considered as a cooling spice in Ayurveda and is used as a laxative and digestive aid. It is known to relieve flatulence and heartburn.
Alfalfa seeds are high in many essential vitamins and minerals, including A, D, E, K, and B vitamins; biotin, calcium, folic acid, iron, magnesium, potassium and many others, as well as being very high in protein. Sprout the seeds and use them in salads and smoothies.
Almonds are technically the seed of the almond fruit. Like most whole foods, they are naturally rich in a variety of nutrients and antioxidants that help your body thrive which includes monounsaturated fats, magnesium, potassium, Vitamin E, Calcium, Fiber and Protein. Also, the almond skin is rich in antioxidants including phenols, flavonoids and phenolic acids. Go ahead and enjoy this whole food to your heart content!! Our Almonds are raw which means they have not undergone any pasteurization (unlike North American almonds where pasteurization of almonds is a must)
This highly nutritious, heart-friendly atta is made of nine grains of wheat, soy, barley, Bengal gram, green gram, moth, jowar, bajra and wheat bran. It is a valuable source of dietary fibre. Ingredients: Barley, Bajra, Jawar, Maize, Bengal Gram, Moong Dhuli, Moth, Wheat Bran, Soyabean Best served with curries, vegetables, gravy, or stuffed Allergen: The product doesn’t contain Yeast, nut and egg. Not suitable for individuals with gluten sensitivity, corn and soy allergy.
Gluten Free Toasted Water Melon Seeds 180g Rich in natural fibre Good source of protein and naturally healthy fat Excellent snack option Ingredients: Watermelon seeds, Edible vegetable oil, citrus acid, salt, spices and condiments Best had: Can be added to salads, flours, or just the way it is.
Amaranthus – Red/Rajgira Lal, bunch Red Amaranthus has bright fuchsia-red leaves and a flavor that is reminiscent to a beat. The plant has compounds that showed to have many health benefits, which are mostly present in the oil extracted from the seeds. This plants red color is due to anthocyanins, a pigment that is released in the leaves that helps protect the plant from the sun rays and to help pollinators locate the flower. Product image shown is for representation purpose only, the actually product may vary based on season, produce & availability.
Beans – Cowpea/Chavli, 250 gm Cowpea Beans is broadly popular for its nice flavor and savor, the nutritious value of the vegetable can also not be ignored. It includes almost all necessary vitamins and minerals including vitamin A, B1, B3, B5, B2, B6, C, potassium, folic acid, iron, magnesium, sodium, zinc, calcium, selenium, copper, phosphorus, etc. It includes a number of important health benefits. Product image shown is for representation purpose only, the actually product may vary based on season, produce & availability.
The Fresh beetroot comes in a convenient 1kg pack and includes fine beetroot selected from farmers across the country. The beetroot has a nice and earthy flavour and it can be used in both raw and cooked forms.
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Broad Beans, 1 kg Broad Beans have a crunchy feel and sweet flavor. It contains rounded, green, velvety pods and flavor best when they are still young, wide, juicy and tender. It is a superior supply of dietary fiber and low in calories. Product image shown is for representation purpose only, the actually product may vary based on season, produce & availability.
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Coriander, bunch Coriander commonly known as cilantro or dhania is a powerful green colored herb with several health benefits. Strong smell, citrus taste & intense flavor have made coriander leaves a must in garnishes. The leaves are extremely fragile which spoil quickly when removed from the plant and lose their fragrance when dried. Product image shown is for representation purpose only, the actually product may vary based on season, produce & availability.
Drumstick, 1kg Drumstick is an extremely well known vegetable and flavor excellent when extra in sambhar, a popular lentil dish arranged in southern India. These long, slender pods can be difficult for those not used to eating them. The drumstick pods are mostly high in vitamin C, are a good supply of dietary fiber, iron, calcium, magnesium, potassium and manganese. Product image shown is for representation purpose only, the actually product may vary based on season, produce & availability.
Fenugreek leaves/Methi, bunch Fenugreek leaves have a sour taste, however once accustomed; it is very tempting to the flavor buds. They are used both dried & fresh in Indian food preparation. These are a superb supply of iron, calcium, potassium, and Vitamins C & K. They also are wealthy in protein and dietary fibre. Product image shown is for representation purpose only, the actually product may vary based on season, produce & availability.
Garlic, 1kg Garlic is a white, cloven, juicy, thin skinned, pungent & white fleshed, aromatic edible bulb that belongs to the lily family. Garlic is organized in a head, called the “bulb, ” which is completed up of separate cloves. Garlic cloves are fawn in color, and although they contain a firm texture, they can be simply cut or crushed. It also includes several falconoid anti-oxidants, contains amazingly high levels of minerals and vitamins. Product image shown is for representation purpose only, the actually product may vary based on season, produce & availability.
Ginger, 1kg Ginger is freshly picked to ensure optimum juiciness in this root spice. Ginger is a staple in most Asian cuisines and is used to add zing and peppiness to the dish without over flavouring it. Ginger is laden with a beautiful fragrance that adds freshness to the food.
Guavas are native to South America where they have been growing for centuries. Soft, sweet and fragrant, this fruit belongs to the myrtle family. Each fruit is packed with phyto-nutrients that make it a great snack. Fresho brings you an assortment of these guavas that are farm fresh, crunchy and juicy. Just wash them and bite in to enjoy the deliciousness.
Lemon is a small citrus fruit, like a small orange, with skin and flesh that are green in color. They have an enjoyable aroma, which is generally referred to as a lemony aroma. Its outer skin is bright yellow in color and includes necessary oil that is mostly limonene. Product image shown is for representation purpose only, the actually product may vary based on season, produce & availability.
Mint Grade A is the volatile oil, menthol that provides mint its characteristic taste. With its distinct aroma, pleasing taste, cool after-sensation and medicinal qualities, mint is among the most well-liked herbs that are grown around the world. It is wealthy in Vitamins especially Folate & Vitamin A, C, and also includes the B- vitamins B1, B3, B2 & B6. The main essential oil in mint is menthol that provides it, its characteristic flavor & aroma. Product image shown is for representation purpose only, the actually product may vary based on season, produce & availability.
Button mushroom includes a mild flavor and a good texture. Mushrooms create vitamin D when in sunlight like humans. It is wealthy in Vitamin D, and B complex vitamins especially niacin, riboflavin & pantothenic acid. It is an excellent source of several minerals, especially selenium, potassium, copper & phosphorous. It is a good basis of proteins and low in calories. Product image shown is for representation purpose only, the actually product may vary based on season, produce & availability.
White onions have an all-white skin and flesh. White onions are not as pungent as yellow varieties or as sweet as red onions. White onions are an immense alternate if you are in need of an onion flavor, but do not want it to be too powerful. A 100 gram serving provides 44 calories, generally as complex carbohydrate. Product image shown is for representation purpose only, the actually product may vary based on season, produce & availability.
Nagpur oranges are loaded with beneficial nutrients, and have a refreshing taste and aroma. These healthy fruits are low in calories and can be consumed in versatile ways. We procures these oranges directly from farmers in Nagpur and stores them carefully to preserve taste and food values. Orange – Nagpur, 1 kg ( approx. 6 to 7 nos )
Papaya – Raw, 1 kg ( approx. 2 to 4 nos ) Raw Papaya includes a very mild, almost bland, flavor and can be utilized in a variety of preparations. It is wonderfully packed with phytonutrients, vitamins & enzymes. The enzymes which are liable for conducting most of the chemical reactions need for keeping good mental and physical health. It includes vital nutrients including magnesium, potassium, and vitamins A, E, C and B. Product image shown is for representation purpose only, the actually product may vary based on season, produce & availability.
The bright-red coloured seeds from the reddish-pink pomegranate fruit add a dash of colour and crunch to any food, especially salads. The tart, sweet and acidic taste of the seeds can actually work with everything like chicken and even chocolates. Fresh presents high quality pomegranate fruits, freshly picked and delivered without any blemishes.
Potatoes are nutrient-dense, non-fattening and have reasonable amount of calories. Include them in your regular meals so that the body receives a good supply of carbohydrates, dietary fibers and essential minerals such as copper, magnesium, and iron. In India, potatoes are probably the second-most consumed vegetables after onions.
Sweet Potato, 1 kg ( approx. 8 to 9 nos ) Sweet potatoes from Fresh comes in a convenient 1kg pack for the entire family. The sweet potato is one of the finest and earthiest of vegetables that are used in various cuisines across the world. It has a great taste and MyGreen Mart sources it directly from farmers.
Elephant foot yam is a tropical tuber crop that suggests excellent scope for adoption in the tropical countries as a cash crop due to its production potential and popularity as a vegetable in various delicious cuisines. It probably originates from India or Sri Lanka. It is grown for the corms which are consumed as a vegetable. Product image shown is for representation purpose only, the actually product may vary based on season, produce & availability.
Colocasia, 1 kg Colocasia also called Taro Root is a stuffy, fleshy underground root. It is filled with numerous nutrients and is consumed as a staple food. It is oval or globular in form with a hairy coating on its skin and a whitish yellow flesh. The outer skin is first take away before using it for any preparation. Also, it is always consumed after food preparation and never eaten raw. Product image shown is for representation purpose only, the actually product may vary based on season, produce & availability.
Bamboo Soap Case Features: 100% Brand new and high quality! After waterproof outer layer paint process plant, easy to clean, no deformation. Unique design that allows Soap Soap keep dry, more conducive Handmade soap persisted. Natural Bamboo material Easy to clean, no deformation. Specifications:
We offer different varieties of Local Exotic known for delicious taste and high nutrition value to the clients. Some of our Fresh Exotic Vegetables, known for delicious taste and high nutrition value, are Fresh Baby Corn, Fresh Broccoli, Fresh Lettuce, Fresh Zucchini, Fresh Capsicum, Fresh Cabbage, Jalapeno Chili, Fresh Asparagus, and many more. We offer, Fresh Exotic Vegetables with the guarantee of high freshness and no chance of rot and decay. Our known for delicious taste and high nutrition value known for delicious taste and high nutrition value Fresh Exotic Vegetables are demands in residences and in commercial places, and we offer them in quantities as demanded by the clients…Buy Now
Simple Tawas are essential part of kitchen. ADVANTAGES Clay generates a unique taste to the foods. Cheaper cost makes it affordable. Innovative product is ready, packed in good packaging. HOW TO USE Don’t deep hot Tava directly in water, it may damage the surface and can create breakage though it is made from clay. WASHING METHOD Wash with soft brush.
ADVANTAGES Cook 100% Healthy, 100% Non-toxic food for you and your family with these beautiful unglazed clay pots. Mitticool curd pot, we can store the curd up to 3 to 4 days.you will get a delicious natural taste while making curd in mitticool pots. The clay used to make our cookware is tested to ensure it is a 100% free of toxins like lead and. USE & CARE Stovetop and Oven safe. Refrigerator safe CLEANING It is easy to clean! Just use hot water and a gentle non-abrasive cleaning pad. Do not use metallic scouring pads. Do not clean earthenware with a Soap or detergent. Do not clean your earthen cookware in dishwasher. Store your pot only after it is thoroughly dry.
Our Clay pots not only cool the water down, they also provide healing with the elements of earth. Most significantly, our clay pots transfer the chill to the water based on the climate. This quality of a clay pot is unique, and no other container has the same quality. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION Category Earthen water pots Material Natural pure filtered clay Colour White Capacity 10 Weight 5 kg Packing Thermo coal ADVANTAGES We all remember the good old days when we would drink water stored in the Matkas. Scientists claim that storing water in a clay water pot is the best way. Our Clay pots not only cool the water down, they also provide healing with the elements of earth. Most significantly, Our clay pots transfer the chill to the water based on the climate. This quality of a clay pot is unique, and no other container has the same quality. When you store water in our clay pot, the evaporation happens. This process causes cooling as water particles gain energy in the form of heat, then change to gas and get mixed with air. A clay pot has small holes visible at the microscopic level through which water seeps out and gains energy to become gas and gets evaporated causing cooling. Another benefit of clay water pots is the alkaline nature of clay. The alkaline clay interacts with the acidity of water and provides the proper pH balance. This water can help curb acidity and in turn provides relief from gastronomic pains. This nature of clay is quite useful and is one of the few well-documented benefits of drinking water from an earthen pot. When acidic food like meat or milk is cooked in an earthen pot, the clay helps to neutralize the overly acidic qualities of food as well. Drinking water from a clay pot can help improve metabolism without dangerous chemicals like BPA (Bisphenol A) added to the fray. Drinking water from a clay pot can also help maintain a level of testosterone in your body, as opposed to plastic, which in turn reduces the amount of testosterone in our body. Clay water tastes natural, pleasantly chilled and also helps improve metabolism and virility WASHING TECHNIQUES Do not use metallic scouring pads. Do not clean earthenware with a Soap or detergent. Wash it as usually with soft sponge Or Cloth.
We all remember the good old days when we would drink water stored in the Matkas. Scientists claim that storing water in a clay water pot is the best way. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION ADVANTAGES We all remember the good old days when we would drink water stored in the Matkas. Scientists claim that storing water in a clay water pot is the best way. WASHING TECHNIQUES Simple water or Hot water wash HOW TO USE Can be used to store drinking water as well as keeping vegetables, fruits, milk etc fresh.
ADVANTAGES Mitticool water Bottle is a revolutionary self-cooling bottle Eco-Friendly Terracotta ware. Mitticool water Bottle is handmade by special mixture of clay which results in natural self-cooling of water. Its self cooling, easy to clean & refill. Clay adds a unique flavor to water. We use 100%natural clay as the raw material. CLEANING It is easy to clean! Just use hot water and a gentle non-abrasive cleaning pad. Do not use metallic scouring pads. Do not clean table ware with a Soap or detergent. Do not clean your tableware in dishwasher.
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Bajra Puffed This roasted, nutritious snack is a good alternative to fried namkeens. It is free of trans fats and preservatives. Bajra is naturally rich in calcium, iron, potassium and B-complex. Ingredients: Bajra, Edible Vegetable Oil, Salt & Condiment Shelf Life: 5 Months
Bengal Gram Chips 150g This roasted, nutritious snack is a good alternative to fried namkeens. It is free of trans fats and preservatives. Ingredients: Bengal Gram, Gram Flour, Dried Mango Powder, Salt, Chilli Powder Shelf Life: 5 Months
Gluten Free Chapati Mix 1kg • Enjoy soft fresh gluten free chappatis anytime • Made with extra grains and seeds Shelf Life: 5 Months Make soft, fresh and healthy chappatis which add nutritive value to your everyday meals. This product is a perfect blend of gluten-free grains for gluten sensitive individuals. Suitable for: For all, especially for people with special dietary requirements such a those allergic to gluten Ingredients: Jowar, Arrowroot, Soybean, Sabudana, Rice Flour, Xantham Gum. Serving Size: Comparatively lower appetite for chappatis due to its filling attribute. Best served with curries, vegetables, gravy or stuffed Allergens: The product is gluten-free, Corn free, Yeast free and egg free and doesn’t contain nuts. Not suitable for individuals with soy allergy.
Category Earthen table wares Material Natural filtered clay Dimension 12”inch Colour Reddish brown Weight 800gm Packing Thermo coal ADVANTAGES We introduce you to the world of mitticool dinnerset, which gives more appreciates from your guests while serving his/her meals on it. You feel more comfortable to take dinner/lunch/breakfast from this. CLEANING It is easy to clean! Just use hot water and a gentle non-abrasive cleaning pad. Do not use metallic scouring pads. Do not clean table ware with a Soap or detergent. Do not clean your tableware in dishwasher.
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