Raipur, Chhattisgarh, India
Our Complete range of products are Maize Grains, Parboiled Rice, Arjun Chaal, Gum Acacia and black Haritaki fruit.
Maize is an annual cereal crop, belonging to the grass family of 'Gramineae'. It composes of kernels having long ears. These kernels are used in the form of grains as food for both humans and animals and also as a source of oil. Maize is also known by the name of 'corn' in many countries. Maize or corn is a rich source of carbohydrates, Vitamin B, proteins and minerals. Most of commercial Maize grows at a maximum height of 2.5 ft. In India, Maize is also known as 'bhutta' in Hindi. Health Benefits of Maize: Maize is a rich source of Vitamin B1, Vitamin B5, Vitamin C, dietary fibers, etc. The presence of thiamin in Maize helps in keeping the memory power intact, thereby preventing the dreaded "Alzheimer's" disease. Folate, a good source of Vitamin B helps in preventing birth defects and also helps in lowering the level of Homocysteine that has the potential of damaging the blood vessels. Consumption of corn also prevents the occurrence of lung cancer as it is rich in beta-cryptoxanthin, an orange-red carotenoid found in corn in large proportion.
The company is the foremost Supplier of Parboiled rice all over the Country. We take procure these Parboiled rice from the reputed vendors of the market who make use of the latest cultivation practices. The Parboiled rice, offered by us, is processed in the hygienic way retaining the nutritious value of Parboiled rice.
The word "amla" is derived from the Sanskrit word "amlaki". The fruit has a sour and bitter taste. Except for the seed, all parts of the amla fruit are edible. A major ingredient in most ayurvedic products, especially the Chyavanprash and the Triphala churna, amla is a potent fruit known for promoting health and longevity. amla is considered to be one of most powerful herbs for improving health and well-being. Amla is rich in vitamin C. A glass of amla juice contains twenty times more vitamin C than a glass of fresh orange juice.
Arjuna tree bark (Latin Name: Terminalia arjuna Wight & Arn.) is a cardioprotective botanical used in Ayurveda (East Indian traditional medicine) since 2500 B.C. It has remarkable cardioprotective, heart muscle strengthening properties. Arjuna (Bark) is Heart tonic, that helps maintain a healthy heart and reduces the effects of stress and nervousness. Arjuna promotes effective cardiac functioning and regulates blood pressure
The botanical name of Babool is Acacia nilotica and it belongs to Mimosaceae family. The herb is highly beneficial in Ayurveda. Babul or Acacia Arabica tree is considered to be native of Africa, Middle East and the Indian subcontinent. Babul trees contain crude protein; up to 20% can be found in the leaves and up to 12% is found in the edible pods. The gum that the babul bark yields has multiple medicinal properties. The babul plant consists of compounds such as an active androstene steroid, D-pinitol, gallic acid, and rutin. Baboo is also beneficial for the health of teeth and gums.
Haritaki fruit is one among The three, that constitute Triphala. It is a very famous rejuvenating herb. Its botanical name is Terminalia chebula and it belongs to Combretaceae family. Chewing the Haritaki fruit causes increase in digestion power. Haritaki helps to ease bowel movement, one of the complications in hemorrhoids. Hareetaki seed kernel is sweet, the fiber part is sour, fruit rind is bitter, skin is pungent and seed is astringent in nature.
Bael, also known as the “Wood Apple”, is a species native to India. The bael tree is considered to be sacred to the Hindus. A famous drink known as sherbet is made from the bael fruit and it has been known for its medicinal values since 2000 BC.Apart from the fruit, the root, bark, leaves as well as flowers of bel tree have medicinal value. Different parts of this tree have different medicinal qualities. Bel purifies blood and cools the body. Moreover, it is considered good for heart and brain.
Kalmegh has been used for liver complaints and fever, and as an anti-inflammatory and immunostimulant. In clinical trials, Andrographis extract has been studied for use as an immunostimulant in upper respiratory tract infections and HIV infection. The potential of andrographolide as an anticancer agent is being investigated. However, clinical evidence to support the use of Kalmegh for any indication is lacking.
n traditional Indian Ayurvedic medicine, Baheda is known as "Bibhitaki;" in its fruit form it is used in the popular Indian herbal rasayana treatment triphala. The fruit resembles Haritaki fruit but it does not contain the ridges. Its surface is quite plain. This species is used by some tribes in the Indian subcontinent for its mind-altering qualities - they smoke dried kernels. Too much of this can cause nausea and vomiting.
Astringent in taste, light and rough in its properties, dhataki is cold in its effect. Its taste becomes pungent after it is digested. Dhataki pacifies morbidity of kafa and pitta. Flowers and leaves of dhataki are used for medicinal purpose. Therapeutic dose of dhataki powder is 3-5 gms.
Its gum resin is widely used in abdominal diseases. It is very good carminative medicine. It is kapha & vata suppressment. It is alos antibacterial and hence used in curbing any infection in the body and wounds. It is a good inflammattory, pain reliever. It helps in normalizing the digestion. It is also helful in reducing fever.
In traditional Ayurvedic medicine, Terminalia bellerica has been used as a "health-harmonizer" in combination with Terminalia chebula and Emblica officinalis. This combination is also used to lower cholesterol and to prevent death of heart tissue. Terminalia contains ingredients that help stimulate the heart. It might also help the heart by lowering cholesterol and blood pressure.
The leaves are acrid, thermogenic, anodyne and hypotensive and are very useful in odontalgia, vitiated conditions of vata and hypertension. The seeds are bitter, astringent, acrid, carminative, constipating, depurative, anthelmintic and febrifuge. They are useful in vitiated conditions of Pitta and Kapha, dyspepsia etc.
Kali jeeri is a flowering plant native to Iran, Afghanistan and the Indian subcontinent. It is also known as black cumin and black caraway and, depending on the region, by several variations of kali jeeri. The aromatic seeds are used as a spice in Indian cuisine and in Ayurvedic medicine. Because the seeds are reputed to possess diuretic properties, the spice is sometimes suggested to for weight loss. However, little evidence supports the plants use for weight loss.
Catechu is an herb. The leaves, shoots, and wood are used to make medicine. The two types of catechu, black catechu and pale catechu, contain slightly different chemicals, but they are used for the same purposes and at the same dose. Catechu is used for diarrhea, swelling of the nose and throat, dysentery, swelling of the colon (colitis), bleeding, indigestion, osteoarthritis, and cancer. People apply catechu directly to the skin for skin diseases.
Nux vomica is a plant. The seed is used to make medicine. Despite serious safety concerns, nux vomica is used for diseases of the digestive tract, disorders of the heart and circulatory system, diseases of the eye, and lung disease.
Mucuna pruriens or Kaunch is one of the popular medicinal plant of India. It is widespread over most of the subcontinent and is found in bushes and hedges and dry-deciduous, low forests throughout the plains of India.It is used as a nervine tonic for nervous system disorders. It release bound up testosterone. ncrease blood circulation to the genitals. Eliminate stress and anxiety etc.
Known as Rauwolfia serpentina sarapgnadha is pungent and bitter in taste. Dry and rough in nature, sarapgandha is useful in epilepsy, insanity, sleeplessness, vertigo and pain. Today sarapgandha is used in condition of sleepless ness, schizophrenia, and high blood pressure.
Lac is the resinous protective secretion of the tiny lac insect. The major constituent of sticklac is the resin (70-80%); other constituents present are: sugar, proteins, and soluble salts, coloring matter, wax, sand, woody matter, insect bodies and other extraneous matter; a volatile oil is present in traces. Its Tonic for liver, stomach and intestin. Haemostatis, resolvent of obstructions, jaundice, dropsy, kidney, reduces fat the Adipose persons. Shellac is primarily used as a wood sealer and finisher today. It has the great advantage of being soluble in ethyl or denatured alcohol, an environmentally-safe solvent.
Mahua is a multipurpose tree, mostly grown on wastelands in North and Central part of the country where generally tropical and subtropical climates prevail. Mahua yields both flowers and seeds. Ripe fruits are ready for harvest during May- July. Seeds are taken from ripe fruits. Mahua flowers can be eaten or used to make alcohol.
The roots and stem barks are considered to be expectorant, demulcent, astringent and antiglactagogue. Bark is used in diarrhoea, dysentery, scbies, biliousness and is useful in gripping of the bowels. Root juice is used in antidiarrhoeal and antidysenteric formulations. Fried pods are given to children to kill intestinal worms.
According to Ayurveda, seeds are acrid, alexipharmic, lithotriptic and cure strangury, urinary discharges, head diseases etc. Roots cure Leucoderma whereas fruits are useful in eye diseases, thirst, poisoning and hallucinations. The fruits are emetic, diaphoretic alexiteric etc. According to Unani system of medicine, seeds are bitter, astringent to bowels, aphrodisiac, tonic, diuretic and good for liver, kidney complaints, gonorrhea, colic etc. Seeds are used to purify water. Seeds are rich source of polysaccharide gum suitable for use in paper and textile industries.
Nagarmotha (Cyperus rotundus) is found in all tropical, subtropical and temperate regions of the world. In India, it is commonly known as Nagarmotha and it belongs to the family Cyperacea. The major chemical components of this herb are essential oils, flavonoids, terpenoids, sesquiterpenes, cyprotene, cyperene, aselinene, rotundene, valencene, cyperol, gurjunene, trans-calamenene, cadalene, cyperotundone, mustakone, isocyperol, acyperone, etc.
Palash also known as Butea monospermaor flame of the forest is recommended in the digestive disturbances specially involving the liver functions. It also benefits a lot in spleen disorders. Palash powder should be taken for proper healing of bone fractures. It is also recommended as a supplement to prevent age related changes in bones. Palash pacifies the Kapha Pitta Doshas; hence Palash is used in disorders induced by Kapha and Pitta.
Sarpagandha is generally known for its medicinal properties to treat and cure many diseases. This plant is basically originated in India, though it is an Indo-Malaysian species.Sarpagandha is considered as one of the best-known medicinal plants in the world. The roots contain major constituents, notably Reserpine, Rescin-Namine and Deserpidine, which are used for medical purpose in India. The root of Sarpagandha that carries immense medicinal properties is widely used even in foreign countries, in the treatment of high blood pressure and as a sedative and tranquillising agent.
Shikakai as a natural herb is also used as a medicine to make use of its hair strengthening and conditioning properties. In order to get the most out of shikakai, it can be mixed with amla, reetha and henna and then applied to your hair. This mixture is also free from chemicals and is a very efficient natural way.
Tesu flowers are traditionally used for colour-play in the spring festival of Holi. Tesu flowers are boiled in water to give a fragrant, deep yellow water which has medicinal properties and prevents skin problems. Flowers of Palash (Tesu ke phool) were used in ancient India in beauty care recipes to improve complexion, suppleness of the skin and disorders of female reproductive organs. Seeds are applied for the treatment of worm infestations and allergic skin conditions. Gum is used in Ayurvedic formulations to improve spermatogenesis.
The useful part of Vidarikanda is Tuber and it helps to pacifies vitiated vata, pitta, emaciation. The medicine is found effective in different forms for different diseases such as skin, gastric related complaints such as anorexia, colic, burning sensation, vomiting, inflammation. For females it helps to prevent menorrhagia and general debility. It is also used to promote breast milk production similar to shatavari.
Mucuna pruriens or Kaunch is one of the popular medicinal plant of India. It is widespread over most of the subcontinent and is found in bushes and hedges and dry-deciduous, low forests throughout the plains of India. All parts of Mucuna posses valuable medicinal properties and there is a heavy demand of Mucuna in markets. Research shows mucuna extract is beneficial for reducing cholesterol , lowering blood sugar levels and enhancing mental alertness all without stimulating the central nervous system.
Groundnut (Arachis hypogaea), which also goes by several other names such as peanuts, earthnuts, monkey nuts, pinders, etc. is actually a legume that grows in the ground. It is a common sight during the rainy season to see little children hawking boiled groundnuts on the streets. A lot of people may be reluctant to buy a cup or two from off the streets but that should change right after you know the benefits associated with these nuts. Groundnuts along with peas and beans are among the best sources of protein in the plant kingdom and they are also super high in polyphenols; the chief of the antioxidant group. Although peanuts are high in fat, like avocados, they are high in the “good” kind of fat – monounsaturated fat. They also contain magnesium, foliate, vitamin E, copper, arginine, and fibre – all of which are known to lessen the risk of cardiovascular disease. The nuts are really rich with significant, beneficial nutrients that are essential for optimum health Health Benefits: • Reduces the risk of colon cancer. • They contain antioxidants. • They contain Vitamin B3 which boosts memory and helps lower cholesterol. • Helps to prevent blood related problems. • They help to combat depression. • They are generally rich in vitamins and minerals.
Basil is well known for its use as a culinary herb as well as its purported health benefits. You may not know that basil seeds can be eaten just as well as basil leaves. They are a popular part of traditional Asian cuisine, mainly in drinks and desserts found in places like India, Thailand and Vietnam. Health Benefits: • Aids in digestion • Treats colds • Cures respiratory disorders • Stress reliever • Good for skin infections
Psoralea corylifolia (Bouchi) is an important plant in the Indian Ayurveda and Tamil Siddha systems of medicine, and also Chinese medicine. The seeds of this plant contain a variety of coumarins including psoralen. The seeds have a variety of traditional medicinal uses. Health Benefits: • Antibacterial, Anthelmintic, Antistaphylococcal, Antifungal properties of Bakuchi is helpful in treating various skin infections and vitiligo caused by fungal or bacterial reactions. • Anti inflammatory properties of Bakuchi is helpful in treating inflammations. • Central muscle relaxant is helpful in treating colic pain. • Mild hypotensive properties of Bakuchi helps in treating hypertension. • Spasmolytic action of Bakuchi helps in treating abdominal pain. • Vasodilator properties are helpful in relieving various painful conditions like headache. • Antitumour properties are helpful in treating various symptoms of cancer. • Antipyretic action of Bakuchi helps in treating fever conditions.
Charota Seeds are widely used in medical field which is used to eradicate several dreadful diseases. Qualitative products are produced by our team of experts with hygienically packed. The paste of this seeds is used to cure the skin ailments and also acts as a preventive measure for chronic diseases. Its powder is used to treat digestion problems. Allergies and rashes are treated by the juice that is taken from its leaves. To maintain the level of cholesterol its herb is used. Health Benefits: • Cassia Tora is used as a coffee substitute and has a maturing and anodyne action. • It is very useful in treating skin diseases like ringworm and itching or body scratch and psoriasis. • The alcoholic or vinegar maceration of pounded fresh leaves is used externally to treat eczema and dermatomycosis. • Decoction of the fruit of Cassia Tora is used in the treatment of fever. • Since the herb acts as a kapha and vata dosha suppressant, it acts as a nerve tonic. • It is consumed in worm infestation and cures the infection occurring in the body. • Cassia Tora acts as a liver stimulant, mild laxative and heart tonic. • The herb helps the body in maintaining the normal level of cholesterol. • Its paste is used for treating skin ailments and also for getting rid of chronic diseases
Kala Dana (Ipomea Hederachtea), a member of the family Convolvulaceae, is used primarily for its seeds and recognized for its medicinal properties, especially in Asian countries. This medicinal herb contains various valuable chemical constituents such as ecdysteriods, steroidal glycosides, aromatic acids, triterpenes, amino acids, organic acids, mineral elements and vitamins. A number of pharmacological properties such as diuretic, anthelmintic, blood purifier, deobstruent, laxative, carminative and anti-inflammatory actions have been ascribed to this plant, besides its use to treat abdominal diseases, fevers, headache and bronchitis. This review focuses on compositional, medicinal and therapeutic properties of this plant, as a potential sources of bioactive molecules for medicinal and nutraceutical applications.
The seeds are antiinflammatory, antioxidant, aphrodisiac, astringent, demulcent, diuretic, emmenagogue, emollient, galactagogue, laxative, nourishing, nutritive, rejuvenative and tonic. Used in cough, amenorrhoea and dysmenorrhoea. Sesame seeds are rich in calcium which is useful in male infertility by replenishing what is lost in ejaculation. They have a marked ability to stimulate the production of breast milk in nursing mothers. The seed acts as a tonic for the liver and kidneys. It is taken internally in the treatment of premature hair loss and greying, convalescence, chronic dry constipation, osteoporosis, stiff joints, dry cough etc. The oil is used as a base for floral oils and as a hair tonic in many oils meant for hair. It darkens premature graying hair. It is also applied in arthritis, rheumatism, joint pains and cellulite along with other ingredients. The oil is laxative and is used to treat dry constipation in the elderly.
More Commonly known as noognug, Niger Seed, Ramtil or Ramtilla, inga seed and black seed. It is a fruit of plant called achene is also widely used as birdseeds. Niger seeds is grown and used in souther parts of india and is used in the making of hot sauce, chutney and also used as a taste maker in curries.Niger seed is an erect, tall standing branched herb which is grown for its edible oil and seeds. Its Cultivation originated in Ethiopian highlands and then spread to other parts of Ethiopia
Ajmoda, Carum roxburghianum also known as Bishop's valued for its antispasmodic, stimulant, tonic and carminative properties because Ajmoda ignites digestive fire, so it is helpful in maintaining the digestion properly. Ajmoda is also a good Cardiac tonic. Ajmoda is Useful in all disorders of urinary system, because it eliminates the Doshas from Urinary tract. Best Recommended Uses: â�¢ It is best useful in digestive disturbances. It is specially indicated in Vata disturbances of the digestive system like flatulence, gaseous belching and constipation. â�¢ Decoction of Ajmoda can also be used for gargling in bad breath. â�¢ It is useful against diseases of the digestive tract and fever. Unclean tap water can result in complications; Ajmoda often comes to the traveler's rescue. Just chew on spoonful of the fruits for of Ajmoda a few minutes and wash down with hot water. â�¢ A paste of the crushed fruit of Ajmoda when applied externally relieves colic pains.
Amchur powder is finely ground, beige in color with a warm, sour-sweet, slightly earthy fragrance and a spicy sweet, tart, tangy fruit flavor. Traditional amchur is made by peeling unripe mango fruits and slicing them into thin pieces. The pieces are then sprinkled with turmeric and laid in the sun to dry, though not all amchur is prepared with turmeric. Amchur (amchoor) powder, known as "mango" powder; is produced by grinding the dried mango into a fine powder. It preserves the acidic, tart, and slightly spicy flavor of unripe mangos for use in many Indian dishes including fish, meats, vegetables and curries. Best Recommended Uses: • Substitute amchur for lemon juice - 1 teaspoon of amchur = 3 tablespoons of lemon juice. Amchur is a highly concentrated and has a very potent flavor. • Add amchur to your favorite chicken or fish as a rub or marinade. • Substitute amchur for tamarind - amchur won't change the color of a lighter dish the way tamarind does. • Use amchur powder to add a spicy, tart, sour, fruit flavor to any dish or vegetable. • Use whole slices in curries and other Indian dishes. • Use as a Preservative • Amchur most notably has a high citric acid content that is integral to the prevention of scurvy.
Imli (tamarind), which is also known as aamli, is a fruit originating in Africa, but it is also grown in India and in many other regions with tropical climates, including parts of North America. This “Indian date” is brown and has irregularly curved pods that are 3 – 8 inches long. When fully ripe, the shells of the pods are brittle and easily broken, while the pulp inside turns a reddish-brown. The imli pulp has a delicious sweet and sour flavour and is high in both acid and sugar. It is also contains minerals and fibre. Best Recommended Uses:: • It is a very good source of vitamin C and thus protects against Scurvy. • It helps improve and strengthen our immune system. • Tamarind also helps reduce fever and is effective in protecting against infections like common cold. • Gargling with dilute tamarind pulp is said to provide relief from sore throat and other throat infections. • Tamarind aids in digestion and is used to treat bile disorders. It is used in Ayurvedic medicine to treat gastric and digestion problems. • It is also used as a blood purifier.
Myrobalan powder was traditionally used as a protective, light colour imparting tanning material. But in modern times it is also being used in combination with catechol tannin extract in controlled quantities. It is also finding its usage in blending with syntans for specific end-use results.
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