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We offer a complete product range of Curry Leaves, Turmeric and Fenugreek

Turmeric

we are specialized in the production and supply of turmeric in the marketplace. The natural turmeric powder is a yellowish substance used commonly as spice. The turmeric extract supplied by our company is obtained from organic turmeric fruit. It is also excessively used as medicine of ayurveda, unani etc. It is also externally applied on the fresh wounds and on insect stings for quick healing actions. It is even used to cure ailments like chicken pox and small pox. In addition to this, when it comes to the largest wholesale turmeric suppliers in the market, we are at top of the list. Besides, we are also one of the chief turmeric oil manufacturers in the business. turmeric (curcuma longa) is a rhizomatous herbaceous perennial plant of the ginger family, zingiberaceae which is native to tropical south asia. It needs temperatures between 20 and 30 degrees c. And a considerable amount of annual rainfall to thrive. Plants are gathered annually for their rhizomes, and re-seeded from some of those rhizomes in the following season. it is often misspelled (or pronounced) as tumeric. It is also known as kunyit (indonesian and malay), besar (nepali) or haldi or pasupu in some asian countries. In medieval europe, turmeric became known as indian saffron, since it is widely used as an alternative to far more expensive saffron spice. its rhizomes are boiled for several hours and then dried in hot ovens, after which they are ground into a deep orange-yellow powder commonly used as a spice in curries and other south asian and middle eastern cuisine, for dyeing, and to impart color to mustard condiments. Its active ingredient is curcumin and it has an earthy, bitter, peppery flavor and has a mustardy smell.sangli, a town in the southern part of the indian state of maharashtra, is the largest and most important trading centre for turmeric in asia or perhaps in the entire world. curcuma longa

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Curry Leaves

We are offering curry leaves, commonly known as sweet neem leaf, are basically used as seasoning in various food stuffs especially in curries with fish or coconut milk. Kadi patta is highly aromatic leave with rich flavor. It is extracted from its natural source i.e. Its plant. Curry leaves are also extensively used as flavoring agents in myriad of cuisines. In addition to this, we are reckoned as a prime murraya koenigii manufacturer in the market. Besides, we are also counted as one of the most famous curry leaf exporters in india.

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Fenugreek

We are offering fenugreek fenugreek is commonly known as maithray in india. The fresh fenugreek leaves supplied by us are procured directly from the farm and stored in the cool dry place so they are remarkable for retaining their freshness for considerably a longer period of time. Our organic fenugreek seeds are variedly used in the preparation of cuisines like pickles, curry powders, pastes etc. In addition to the above, it is also used as conditioner for hair. Additionally, we are one of the most trusted fenugreek exporters from india. (trigonella foenum-graecum) is a plant in the family fabaceae. It is commonly known as maithray (bangla, gujarati), methi or mithi (hindi , nepali, marathi मेथी, and urdu ميتهي , from the sanskrit मेथिका), menthyada soppu (ಮೆಂತ್ಯ) (kannada), ventayam (வெந்தயம்) (tamil), menthulu (telugu), hilbeh (حلبة arabic), or ulluva (malayalam)، shambalîleh (شنبليله persian). Fenugreek is used both as an herb (the leaves) and as a spice (the seed). It is cultivated worldwide as a semi-arid crop. It is frequently used in curry. use the rhombic yellow to amber colored fenugreek seed, commonly called maithray, is frequently used in the preparation of pickles, curry powders, and pastes, and is often encountered in the cuisine of the indian subcontinent. The young leaves and sprouts of fenugreek are eaten as greens, and the fresh or dried leaves are used to flavor other dishes. The dried leaves (called kasuri methi) have a bitter taste and a strong characteristic smell. in india, fenugreek seeds are mixed with yogurt and used as a conditioner for hair. It is one of the three ingredients of idli and dosa (tamil). It is also one of the ingredients in the making of khakhra, a type of bread. It is used in injerataita, a type of bread unique to ethiopian and eritrean cuisine. The word for fenugreek in amharic is abesh, and the seed is reportedly also often used in ethiopia as a natural herbal medicine in the treatment of diabetes. It is also sometimes used as an ingredient in the production of clarified butter (amharic: qibé, ethiopian and eritrean tigrinya: tesme), which is similar to indian ghee. in turkey, fenugreek gives its name, çemen, to a hot paste used in pastirma. The same paste is used in egypt for the same purpose. The arabic word hulba حلبة (helba in egypt) for the seed resembles its mandarin chinese counterpart hu lu ba. In yemen it is the main condiment and an ingredient added to the national dish called saltah. Fenugreek, or shambalîleh شنبليله in persian, is also one of four herbs used for the iranian recipe ghormeh sabzi. in egypt, fenugreek seeds are prepared as tea, by being boiled then sweetened. This is a popular winter drink served in coffee shops. In other parts of the middle east fenugreek is used in a variety of sweet confections. A cake dessert known as helba in the islamic world is a tasty treat during islamic holidays. This is a semolina cake covered in sugar or maple-like syrup, and sprinkled with fenugreek seeds on top. jews customarily eat the fenugreek during the meal of the first andor second night of rosh hashana (the new year). It is green and is similar to the verb (to increase) in hebrew, which symbolically signifies a prayer that their merits will increase. fenugreek is a galactagogue that is often used to increase milk supply in lactating human women. seeds fenugreek seeds are a rich source of the polysaccharide galactomannan. They are also a source of saponins such as diosgenin, yamogenin, gitogenin, tigogenin, and neotigogens. Other bioactive constituents of fenugreek include mucilage, volatile oils, and alkaloids such as choline and trigonelline. fenugreek is frequently used in the production of flavoring for artificial syrups. The taste of toasted fenugreek is additionally based on substituted pyrazines, as is cumin. By itself, it has a somewhat bitter taste. fenugreek is mainly used as a digestive aid. Fenugreek seed is widely used as a galactagogue (milk producing agent) by nursing mothers to increase inadequate breast milk supply. Studies have shown that fenugreek is a potent stimulator of breastmilk production and its use was associated with increases in milk production of as much as 900%. it can be found in capsule form in many health food stores. supplements of fenugreek seeds were shown to lower serum cholesterol, triglyceride, and low-density lipoprotein in human patients and experimental models of hypercholesterolemia and hypertriglyceridemia (basch et al., 2003). several human intervention trials demonstrated that the antidiabetic effects of fenugreek seeds ameliorate most metabolic symptoms associated with type-1 and type-2 diabetes in both humans and relevant animal models (basch et al., 2003; srinivas, 2005). fenugreek is currently available commercially in encapsulated forms and is being prescribed as dietary supplements for the control of hypercholesterolemia and diabetes by practitioners of complementary and alternative medicine. in recent research, fenugreek seeds were experimentally shown to protect against cancers of the breast (amin et al., 2005) and colon (raju et al., 2006). The hepatoprotective properties of fenugreek seeds have also been reported in experimental models (raju and bird, 2006; kaviarasan et al., 2006; thirunavukarrasu et al., 2003). fenugreek

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Turmeric

We are specialized in the production and supply of turmeric in the marketplace. The natural turmeric powder is a yellowish substance used commonly as spice. The turmeric extract supplied by our company is obtained from organic turmeric fruit. It is also excessively used as medicine of Ayurveda, Unani etc. It is also externally applied on the fresh wounds and on insect stings for quick healing actions. It is even used to cure ailments like chicken pox and small pox. In addition to this, when it comes to the largest wholesale turmeric suppliers in the market, we are at top of the list. Besides, we are also one of the chief turmeric oil manufacturers in the business. Turmeric (Curcuma longa) is a rhizomatous herbaceous perennial plant of the ginger family, Zingiberaceae which is native to tropical South Asia. It needs temperatures between 20 and 30 degrees C. and a considerable amount of annual rainfall to thrive. Plants are gathered annually for their rhizomes, and re-seeded from some of those rhizomes in the following season. It is often misspelled (or pronounced) as tumeric. It is also known as kunyit (Indonesian and Malay), Besar (Nepali) or haldi or pasupu in some Asian countries. In medieval Europe, turmeric became known as Indian Saffron, since it is widely used as an alternative to far more expensive saffron spice. Its rhizomes are boiled for several hours and then dried in hot ovens, after which they are ground into a deep orange-yellow powder commonly used as a spice in curries and other South Asian and Middle Eastern cuisine, for dyeing, and to impart color to mustard condiments. Its active ingredient is curcumin and it has an earthy, bitter, peppery flavor and has a mustardy smell.Sangli, a town in the southern part of the Indian state of Maharashtra, is the largest and most important trading centre for turmeric in Asia or perhaps in the entire world. Curcuma Longa

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Fenugreek

fenugreek is commonly known as maithray in india. The fresh fenugreek leaves supplied by us are procured directly from the farm and stored in the cool dry place so they are remarkable for retaining their freshness for considerably a longer period of time. Our organic fenugreek seeds are variedly used in the preparation of cuisines like pickles, curry powders, pastes etc. In addition to the above, it is also used as conditioner for hair. Additionally, we are one of the most trusted fenugreek exporters from india. (trigonella foenum-graecum) is a plant in the family fabaceae. It is commonly known as maithray (bangla, gujarati), methi or mithi (hindi , nepali, marathi मेथी, and urdu ميتهي , from the sanskrit मेथिका), menthyada soppu (ಮೆಂತ್ಯ) (kannada), ventayam (வெந்தயம்) (tamil), menthulu (telugu), hilbeh (حلبة arabic), or ulluva (malayalam)، shambalîleh (شنبليله persian). Fenugreek is used both as an herb (the leaves) and as a spice (the seed). It is cultivated worldwide as a semi-arid crop. It is frequently used in curry. use the rhombic yellow to amber colored fenugreek seed, commonly called maithray, is frequently used in the preparation of pickles, curry powders, and pastes, and is often encountered in the cuisine of the indian subcontinent. The young leaves and sprouts of fenugreek are eaten as greens, and the fresh or dried leaves are used to flavor other dishes. The dried leaves (called kasuri methi) have a bitter taste and a strong characteristic smell. in india, fenugreek seeds are mixed with yogurt and used as a conditioner for hair. It is one of the three ingredients of idli and dosa (tamil). It is also one of the ingredients in the making of khakhra, a type of bread. It is used in injerataita, a type of bread unique to ethiopian and eritrean cuisine. The word for fenugreek in amharic is abesh, and the seed is reportedly also often used in ethiopia as a natural herbal medicine in the treatment of diabetes. It is also sometimes used as an ingredient in the production of clarified butter (amharic: qibé, ethiopian and eritrean tigrinya: tesme), which is similar to indian ghee. in turkey, fenugreek gives its name, çemen, to a hot paste used in pastirma. The same paste is used in egypt for the same purpose. The arabic word hulba حلبة (helba in egypt) for the seed resembles its mandarin chinese counterpart hu lu ba. In yemen it is the main condiment and an ingredient added to the national dish called saltah. Fenugreek, or shambalîleh شنبليله in persian, is also one of four herbs used for the iranian recipe ghormeh sabzi. in egypt, fenugreek seeds are prepared as tea, by being boiled then sweetened. This is a popular winter drink served in coffee shops. In other parts of the middle east fenugreek is used in a variety of sweet confections. A cake dessert known as helba in the islamic world is a tasty treat during islamic holidays. This is a semolina cake covered in sugar or maple-like syrup, and sprinkled with fenugreek seeds on top. jews customarily eat the fenugreek during the meal of the first andor second night of rosh hashana (the new year). It is green and is similar to the verb (to increase) in hebrew, which symbolically signifies a prayer that their merits will increase. fenugreek is a galactagogue that is often used to increase milk supply in lactating human women. seeds fenugreek seeds are a rich source of the polysaccharide galactomannan. They are also a source of saponins such as diosgenin, yamogenin, gitogenin, tigogenin, and neotigogens. Other bioactive constituents of fenugreek include mucilage, volatile oils, and alkaloids such as choline and trigonelline. fenugreek is frequently used in the production of flavoring for artificial syrups. The taste of toasted fenugreek is additionally based on substituted pyrazines, as is cumin. By itself, it has a somewhat bitter taste. fenugreek is mainly used as a digestive aid. Fenugreek seed is widely used as a galactagogue (milk producing agent) by nursing mothers to increase inadequate breast milk supply. Studies have shown that fenugreek is a potent stimulator of breastmilk production and its use was associated with increases in milk production of as much as 900%. it can be found in capsule form in many health food stores. supplements of fenugreek seeds were shown to lower serum cholesterol, triglyceride, and low-density lipoprotein in human patients and experimental models of hypercholesterolemia and hypertriglyceridemia (basch et al., 2003). several human intervention trials demonstrated that the antidiabetic effects of fenugreek seeds ameliorate most metabolic symptoms associated with type-1 and type-2 diabetes in both humans and relevant animal models (basch et al., 2003; srinivas, 2005). fenugreek is currently available commercially in encapsulated forms and is being prescribed as dietary supplements for the control of hypercholesterolemia and diabetes by practitioners of complementary and alternative medicine. in recent research, fenugreek seeds were experimentally shown to protect against cancers of the breast (amin et al., 2005) and colon (raju et al., 2006). The hepatoprotective properties of fenugreek seeds have also been reported in experimental models (raju and bird, 2006; kaviarasan et al., 2006; thirunavukarrasu et al., 2003). fenugreek

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Turmeric

We are specialized in the production and supply of turmeric in the marketplace. The natural turmeric powder is a yellowish substance used commonly as spice. The turmeric extract supplied by our company is obtained from organic turmeric fruit. It is also excessively used as medicine of Ayurveda, Unani etc. It is also externally applied on the fresh wounds and on insect stings for quick healing actions. It is even used to cure ailments like chicken pox and small pox. In addition to this, when it comes to the largest wholesale turmeric suppliers in the market, we are at top of the list. Besides, we are also one of the chief turmeric oil manufacturers in the business. Turmeric (Curcuma longa) is a rhizomatous herbaceous perennial plant of the ginger family, Zingiberaceae which is native to tropical South Asia. It needs temperatures between 20 and 30 degrees C. and a considerable amount of annual rainfall to thrive. Plants are gathered annually for their rhizomes, and re-seeded from some of those rhizomes in the following season. It is often misspelled (or pronounced) as tumeric. It is also known as kunyit (Indonesian and Malay), Besar (Nepali) or haldi or pasupu in some Asian countries. In medieval Europe, turmeric became known as Indian Saffron, since it is widely used as an alternative to far more expensive saffron spice. Its rhizomes are boiled for several hours and then dried in hot ovens, after which they are ground into a deep orange-yellow powder commonly used as a spice in curries and other South Asian and Middle Eastern cuisine, for dyeing, and to impart color to mustard condiments. Its active ingredient is curcumin and it has an earthy, bitter, peppery flavor and has a mustardy smell.Sangli, a town in the southern part of the Indian state of Maharashtra, is the largest and most important trading centre for turmeric in Asia or perhaps in the entire world. Curcuma Longa

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Turmeric

We are specialized in the production and supply of turmeric in the marketplace. The natural turmeric powder is a yellowish substance used commonly as spice. The turmeric extract supplied by our company is obtained from organic turmeric fruit. It is also excessively used as medicine of Ayurveda, Unani etc. It is also externally applied on the fresh wounds and on insect stings for quick healing actions. It is even used to cure ailments like chicken pox and small pox. In addition to this, when it comes to the largest wholesale turmeric suppliers in the market, we are at top of the list. Besides, we are also one of the chief turmeric oil manufacturers in the business. Turmeric (Curcuma longa) is a rhizomatous herbaceous perennial plant of the ginger family, Zingiberaceae which is native to tropical South Asia. It needs temperatures between 20 and 30 degrees C. and a considerable amount of annual rainfall to thrive. Plants are gathered annually for their rhizomes, and re-seeded from some of those rhizomes in the following season. It is often misspelled (or pronounced) as tumeric. It is also known as kunyit (Indonesian and Malay), Besar (Nepali) or haldi or pasupu in some Asian countries. In medieval Europe, turmeric became known as Indian Saffron, since it is widely used as an alternative to far more expensive saffron spice. Its rhizomes are boiled for several hours and then dried in hot ovens, after which they are ground into a deep orange-yellow powder commonly used as a spice in curries and other South Asian and Middle Eastern cuisine, for dyeing, and to impart color to mustard condiments. Its active ingredient is curcumin and it has an earthy, bitter, peppery flavor and has a mustardy smell.Sangli, a town in the southern part of the Indian state of Maharashtra, is the largest and most important trading centre for turmeric in Asia or perhaps in the entire world. Curcuma Longa

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Turmeric

We are specialized in the production and supply of turmeric in the marketplace. The natural turmeric powder is a yellowish substance used commonly as spice. The turmeric extract supplied by our company is obtained from organic turmeric fruit. It is also excessively used as medicine of Ayurveda, Unani etc. It is also externally applied on the fresh wounds and on insect stings for quick healing actions. It is even used to cure ailments like chicken pox and small pox. In addition to this, when it comes to the largest wholesale turmeric suppliers in the market, we are at top of the list. Besides, we are also one of the chief turmeric oil manufacturers in the business. Turmeric (Curcuma longa) is a rhizomatous herbaceous perennial plant of the ginger family, Zingiberaceae which is native to tropical South Asia. It needs temperatures between 20 and 30 degrees C. and a considerable amount of annual rainfall to thrive. Plants are gathered annually for their rhizomes, and re-seeded from some of those rhizomes in the following season. It is often misspelled (or pronounced) as tumeric. It is also known as kunyit (Indonesian and Malay), Besar (Nepali) or haldi or pasupu in some Asian countries. In medieval Europe, turmeric became known as Indian Saffron, since it is widely used as an alternative to far more expensive saffron spice. Its rhizomes are boiled for several hours and then dried in hot ovens, after which they are ground into a deep orange-yellow powder commonly used as a spice in curries and other South Asian and Middle Eastern cuisine, for dyeing, and to impart color to mustard condiments. Its active ingredient is curcumin and it has an earthy, bitter, peppery flavor and has a mustardy smell.Sangli, a town in the southern part of the Indian state of Maharashtra, is the largest and most important trading centre for turmeric in Asia or perhaps in the entire world. Curcuma Longa

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Fenugreek

We are offering fenugreek fenugreek is commonly known as maithray in india. The fresh fenugreek leaves supplied by us are procured directly from the farm and stored in the cool dry place so they are remarkable for retaining their freshness for considerably a longer period of time. Our organic fenugreek seeds are variedly used in the preparation of cuisines like pickles, curry powders, pastes etc. In addition to the above, it is also used as conditioner for hair. Additionally, we are one of the most trusted fenugreek exporters from india. (trigonella foenum-graecum) is a plant in the family fabaceae. It is commonly known as maithray (bangla, gujarati), methi or mithi (hindi , nepali, marathi मेथी, and urdu ميتهي , from the sanskrit मेथिका), menthyada soppu (ಮೆಂತ್ಯ) (kannada), ventayam (வெந்தயம்) (tamil), menthulu (telugu), hilbeh (حلبة arabic), or ulluva (malayalam)، shambalîleh (شنبليله persian). Fenugreek is used both as an herb (the leaves) and as a spice (the seed). It is cultivated worldwide as a semi-arid crop. It is frequently used in curry. use the rhombic yellow to amber colored fenugreek seed, commonly called maithray, is frequently used in the preparation of pickles, curry powders, and pastes, and is often encountered in the cuisine of the indian subcontinent. The young leaves and sprouts of fenugreek are eaten as greens, and the fresh or dried leaves are used to flavor other dishes. The dried leaves (called kasuri methi) have a bitter taste and a strong characteristic smell. in india, fenugreek seeds are mixed with yogurt and used as a conditioner for hair. It is one of the three ingredients of idli and dosa (tamil). It is also one of the ingredients in the making of khakhra, a type of bread. It is used in injerataita, a type of bread unique to ethiopian and eritrean cuisine. The word for fenugreek in amharic is abesh, and the seed is reportedly also often used in ethiopia as a natural herbal medicine in the treatment of diabetes. It is also sometimes used as an ingredient in the production of clarified butter (amharic: qibé, ethiopian and eritrean tigrinya: tesme), which is similar to indian ghee. in turkey, fenugreek gives its name, çemen, to a hot paste used in pastirma. The same paste is used in egypt for the same purpose. The arabic word hulba حلبة (helba in egypt) for the seed resembles its mandarin chinese counterpart hu lu ba. In yemen it is the main condiment and an ingredient added to the national dish called saltah. Fenugreek, or shambalîleh شنبليله in persian, is also one of four herbs used for the iranian recipe ghormeh sabzi. in egypt, fenugreek seeds are prepared as tea, by being boiled then sweetened. This is a popular winter drink served in coffee shops. In other parts of the middle east fenugreek is used in a variety of sweet confections. A cake dessert known as helba in the islamic world is a tasty treat during islamic holidays. This is a semolina cake covered in sugar or maple-like syrup, and sprinkled with fenugreek seeds on top. jews customarily eat the fenugreek during the meal of the first andor second night of rosh hashana (the new year). It is green and is similar to the verb (to increase) in hebrew, which symbolically signifies a prayer that their merits will increase. fenugreek is a galactagogue that is often used to increase milk supply in lactating human women. seeds fenugreek seeds are a rich source of the polysaccharide galactomannan. They are also a source of saponins such as diosgenin, yamogenin, gitogenin, tigogenin, and neotigogens. Other bioactive constituents of fenugreek include mucilage, volatile oils, and alkaloids such as choline and trigonelline. fenugreek is frequently used in the production of flavoring for artificial syrups. The taste of toasted fenugreek is additionally based on substituted pyrazines, as is cumin. By itself, it has a somewhat bitter taste. fenugreek is mainly used as a digestive aid. Fenugreek seed is widely used as a galactagogue (milk producing agent) by nursing mothers to increase inadequate breast milk supply. Studies have shown that fenugreek is a potent stimulator of breastmilk production and its use was associated with increases in milk production of as much as 900%. it can be found in capsule form in many health food stores. supplements of fenugreek seeds were shown to lower serum cholesterol, triglyceride, and low-density lipoprotein in human patients and experimental models of hypercholesterolemia and hypertriglyceridemia (basch et al., 2003). several human intervention trials demonstrated that the antidiabetic effects of fenugreek seeds ameliorate most metabolic symptoms associated with type-1 and type-2 diabetes in both humans and relevant animal models (basch et al., 2003; srinivas, 2005). fenugreek is currently available commercially in encapsulated forms and is being prescribed as dietary supplements for the control of hypercholesterolemia and diabetes by practitioners of complementary and alternative medicine. in recent research, fenugreek seeds were experimentally shown to protect against cancers of the breast (amin et al., 2005) and colon (raju et al., 2006). The hepatoprotective properties of fenugreek seeds have also been reported in experimental models (raju and bird, 2006; kaviarasan et al., 2006; thirunavukarrasu et al., 2003). fenugreek

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Fenugreek

fenugreek is commonly known as maithray in india. The fresh fenugreek leaves supplied by us are procured directly from the farm and stored in the cool dry place so they are remarkable for retaining their freshness for considerably a longer period of time. Our organic fenugreek seeds are variedly used in the preparation of cuisines like pickles, curry powders, pastes etc. In addition to the above, it is also used as conditioner for hair. Additionally, we are one of the most trusted fenugreek exporters from india. (trigonella foenum-graecum) is a plant in the family fabaceae. It is commonly known as maithray (bangla, gujarati), methi or mithi (hindi , nepali, marathi मेथी, and urdu ميتهي , from the sanskrit मेथिका), menthyada soppu (ಮೆಂತ್ಯ) (kannada), ventayam (வெந்தயம்) (tamil), menthulu (telugu), hilbeh (حلبة arabic), or ulluva (malayalam)، shambalîleh (شنبليله persian). Fenugreek is used both as an herb (the leaves) and as a spice (the seed). It is cultivated worldwide as a semi-arid crop. It is frequently used in curry. use the rhombic yellow to amber colored fenugreek seed, commonly called maithray, is frequently used in the preparation of pickles, curry powders, and pastes, and is often encountered in the cuisine of the indian subcontinent. The young leaves and sprouts of fenugreek are eaten as greens, and the fresh or dried leaves are used to flavor other dishes. The dried leaves (called kasuri methi) have a bitter taste and a strong characteristic smell. in india, fenugreek seeds are mixed with yogurt and used as a conditioner for hair. It is one of the three ingredients of idli and dosa (tamil). It is also one of the ingredients in the making of khakhra, a type of bread. It is used in injerataita, a type of bread unique to ethiopian and eritrean cuisine. The word for fenugreek in amharic is abesh, and the seed is reportedly also often used in ethiopia as a natural herbal medicine in the treatment of diabetes. It is also sometimes used as an ingredient in the production of clarified butter (amharic: qibé, ethiopian and eritrean tigrinya: tesme), which is similar to indian ghee. in turkey, fenugreek gives its name, çemen, to a hot paste used in pastirma. The same paste is used in egypt for the same purpose. The arabic word hulba حلبة (helba in egypt) for the seed resembles its mandarin chinese counterpart hu lu ba. In yemen it is the main condiment and an ingredient added to the national dish called saltah. Fenugreek, or shambalîleh شنبليله in persian, is also one of four herbs used for the iranian recipe ghormeh sabzi. in egypt, fenugreek seeds are prepared as tea, by being boiled then sweetened. This is a popular winter drink served in coffee shops. In other parts of the middle east fenugreek is used in a variety of sweet confections. A cake dessert known as helba in the islamic world is a tasty treat during islamic holidays. This is a semolina cake covered in sugar or maple-like syrup, and sprinkled with fenugreek seeds on top. jews customarily eat the fenugreek during the meal of the first andor second night of rosh hashana (the new year). It is green and is similar to the verb (to increase) in hebrew, which symbolically signifies a prayer that their merits will increase. fenugreek is a galactagogue that is often used to increase milk supply in lactating human women. seeds fenugreek seeds are a rich source of the polysaccharide galactomannan. They are also a source of saponins such as diosgenin, yamogenin, gitogenin, tigogenin, and neotigogens. Other bioactive constituents of fenugreek include mucilage, volatile oils, and alkaloids such as choline and trigonelline. fenugreek is frequently used in the production of flavoring for artificial syrups. The taste of toasted fenugreek is additionally based on substituted pyrazines, as is cumin. By itself, it has a somewhat bitter taste. fenugreek is mainly used as a digestive aid. Fenugreek seed is widely used as a galactagogue (milk producing agent) by nursing mothers to increase inadequate breast milk supply. Studies have shown that fenugreek is a potent stimulator of breastmilk production and its use was associated with increases in milk production of as much as 900%. it can be found in capsule form in many health food stores. supplements of fenugreek seeds were shown to lower serum cholesterol, triglyceride, and low-density lipoprotein in human patients and experimental models of hypercholesterolemia and hypertriglyceridemia (basch et al., 2003). several human intervention trials demonstrated that the antidiabetic effects of fenugreek seeds ameliorate most metabolic symptoms associated with type-1 and type-2 diabetes in both humans and relevant animal models (basch et al., 2003; srinivas, 2005). fenugreek is currently available commercially in encapsulated forms and is being prescribed as dietary supplements for the control of hypercholesterolemia and diabetes by practitioners of complementary and alternative medicine. in recent research, fenugreek seeds were experimentally shown to protect against cancers of the breast (amin et al., 2005) and colon (raju et al., 2006). The hepatoprotective properties of fenugreek seeds have also been reported in experimental models (raju and bird, 2006; kaviarasan et al., 2006; thirunavukarrasu et al., 2003). fenugreek

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Turmeric

we are specialized in the production and supply of turmeric in the marketplace. The natural turmeric powder is a yellowish substance used commonly as spice. The turmeric extract supplied by our company is obtained from organic turmeric fruit. It is also excessively used as medicine of ayurveda, unani etc. It is also externally applied on the fresh wounds and on insect stings for quick healing actions. It is even used to cure ailments like chicken pox and small pox. In addition to this, when it comes to the largest wholesale turmeric suppliers in the market, we are at top of the list. Besides, we are also one of the chief turmeric oil manufacturers in the business. turmeric (curcuma longa) is a rhizomatous herbaceous perennial plant of the ginger family, zingiberaceae which is native to tropical south asia. It needs temperatures between 20 and 30 degrees c. And a considerable amount of annual rainfall to thrive. Plants are gathered annually for their rhizomes, and re-seeded from some of those rhizomes in the following season. it is often misspelled (or pronounced) as tumeric. It is also known as kunyit (indonesian and malay), besar (nepali) or haldi or pasupu in some asian countries. In medieval europe, turmeric became known as indian saffron, since it is widely used as an alternative to far more expensive saffron spice. its rhizomes are boiled for several hours and then dried in hot ovens, after which they are ground into a deep orange-yellow powder commonly used as a spice in curries and other south asian and middle eastern cuisine, for dyeing, and to impart color to mustard condiments. Its active ingredient is curcumin and it has an earthy, bitter, peppery flavor and has a mustardy smell.sangli, a town in the southern part of the indian state of maharashtra, is the largest and most important trading centre for turmeric in asia or perhaps in the entire world. curcuma longa

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Fenugreek

fenugreek is commonly known as maithray in india. The fresh fenugreek leaves supplied by us are procured directly from the farm and stored in the cool dry place so they are remarkable for retaining their freshness for considerably a longer period of time. Our organic fenugreek seeds are variedly used in the preparation of cuisines like pickles, curry powders, pastes etc. In addition to the above, it is also used as conditioner for hair. Additionally, we are one of the most trusted fenugreek exporters from india. (trigonella foenum-graecum) is a plant in the family fabaceae. It is commonly known as maithray (bangla, gujarati), methi or mithi (hindi , nepali, marathi मेथी, and urdu ميتهي , from the sanskrit मेथिका), menthyada soppu (ಮೆಂತ್ಯ) (kannada), ventayam (வெந்தயம்) (tamil), menthulu (telugu), hilbeh (حلبة arabic), or ulluva (malayalam)، shambalîleh (شنبليله persian). Fenugreek is used both as an herb (the leaves) and as a spice (the seed). It is cultivated worldwide as a semi-arid crop. It is frequently used in curry. use the rhombic yellow to amber colored fenugreek seed, commonly called maithray, is frequently used in the preparation of pickles, curry powders, and pastes, and is often encountered in the cuisine of the indian subcontinent. The young leaves and sprouts of fenugreek are eaten as greens, and the fresh or dried leaves are used to flavor other dishes. The dried leaves (called kasuri methi) have a bitter taste and a strong characteristic smell. in india, fenugreek seeds are mixed with yogurt and used as a conditioner for hair. It is one of the three ingredients of idli and dosa (tamil). It is also one of the ingredients in the making of khakhra, a type of bread. It is used in injerataita, a type of bread unique to ethiopian and eritrean cuisine. The word for fenugreek in amharic is abesh, and the seed is reportedly also often used in ethiopia as a natural herbal medicine in the treatment of diabetes. It is also sometimes used as an ingredient in the production of clarified butter (amharic: qibé, ethiopian and eritrean tigrinya: tesme), which is similar to indian ghee. in turkey, fenugreek gives its name, çemen, to a hot paste used in pastirma. The same paste is used in egypt for the same purpose. The arabic word hulba حلبة (helba in egypt) for the seed resembles its mandarin chinese counterpart hu lu ba. In yemen it is the main condiment and an ingredient added to the national dish called saltah. Fenugreek, or shambalîleh شنبليله in persian, is also one of four herbs used for the iranian recipe ghormeh sabzi. in egypt, fenugreek seeds are prepared as tea, by being boiled then sweetened. This is a popular winter drink served in coffee shops. In other parts of the middle east fenugreek is used in a variety of sweet confections. A cake dessert known as helba in the islamic world is a tasty treat during islamic holidays. This is a semolina cake covered in sugar or maple-like syrup, and sprinkled with fenugreek seeds on top. jews customarily eat the fenugreek during the meal of the first andor second night of rosh hashana (the new year). It is green and is similar to the verb (to increase) in hebrew, which symbolically signifies a prayer that their merits will increase. fenugreek is a galactagogue that is often used to increase milk supply in lactating human women. seeds fenugreek seeds are a rich source of the polysaccharide galactomannan. They are also a source of saponins such as diosgenin, yamogenin, gitogenin, tigogenin, and neotigogens. Other bioactive constituents of fenugreek include mucilage, volatile oils, and alkaloids such as choline and trigonelline. fenugreek is frequently used in the production of flavoring for artificial syrups. The taste of toasted fenugreek is additionally based on substituted pyrazines, as is cumin. By itself, it has a somewhat bitter taste. fenugreek is mainly used as a digestive aid. Fenugreek seed is widely used as a galactagogue (milk producing agent) by nursing mothers to increase inadequate breast milk supply. Studies have shown that fenugreek is a potent stimulator of breastmilk production and its use was associated with increases in milk production of as much as 900%. it can be found in capsule form in many health food stores. supplements of fenugreek seeds were shown to lower serum cholesterol, triglyceride, and low-density lipoprotein in human patients and experimental models of hypercholesterolemia and hypertriglyceridemia (basch et al., 2003). several human intervention trials demonstrated that the antidiabetic effects of fenugreek seeds ameliorate most metabolic symptoms associated with type-1 and type-2 diabetes in both humans and relevant animal models (basch et al., 2003; srinivas, 2005). fenugreek is currently available commercially in encapsulated forms and is being prescribed as dietary supplements for the control of hypercholesterolemia and diabetes by practitioners of complementary and alternative medicine. in recent research, fenugreek seeds were experimentally shown to protect against cancers of the breast (amin et al., 2005) and colon (raju et al., 2006). The hepatoprotective properties of fenugreek seeds have also been reported in experimental models (raju and bird, 2006; kaviarasan et al., 2006; thirunavukarrasu et al., 2003). fenugreek

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Fenugreek

We are offering fenugreek fenugreek is commonly known as maithray in india. The fresh fenugreek leaves supplied by us are procured directly from the farm and stored in the cool dry place so they are remarkable for retaining their freshness for considerably a longer period of time. Our organic fenugreek seeds are variedly used in the preparation of cuisines like pickles, curry powders, pastes etc. In addition to the above, it is also used as conditioner for hair. Additionally, we are one of the most trusted fenugreek exporters from india. (trigonella foenum-graecum) is a plant in the family fabaceae. It is commonly known as maithray (bangla, gujarati), methi or mithi (hindi , nepali, marathi मेथी, and urdu ميتهي , from the sanskrit मेथिका), menthyada soppu (ಮೆಂತ್ಯ) (kannada), ventayam (வெந்தயம்) (tamil), menthulu (telugu), hilbeh (حلبة arabic), or ulluva (malayalam)، shambalîleh (شنبليله persian). Fenugreek is used both as an herb (the leaves) and as a spice (the seed). It is cultivated worldwide as a semi-arid crop. It is frequently used in curry. use the rhombic yellow to amber colored fenugreek seed, commonly called maithray, is frequently used in the preparation of pickles, curry powders, and pastes, and is often encountered in the cuisine of the indian subcontinent. The young leaves and sprouts of fenugreek are eaten as greens, and the fresh or dried leaves are used to flavor other dishes. The dried leaves (called kasuri methi) have a bitter taste and a strong characteristic smell. in india, fenugreek seeds are mixed with yogurt and used as a conditioner for hair. It is one of the three ingredients of idli and dosa (tamil). It is also one of the ingredients in the making of khakhra, a type of bread. It is used in injerataita, a type of bread unique to ethiopian and eritrean cuisine. The word for fenugreek in amharic is abesh, and the seed is reportedly also often used in ethiopia as a natural herbal medicine in the treatment of diabetes. It is also sometimes used as an ingredient in the production of clarified butter (amharic: qibé, ethiopian and eritrean tigrinya: tesme), which is similar to indian ghee. in turkey, fenugreek gives its name, çemen, to a hot paste used in pastirma. The same paste is used in egypt for the same purpose. The arabic word hulba حلبة (helba in egypt) for the seed resembles its mandarin chinese counterpart hu lu ba. In yemen it is the main condiment and an ingredient added to the national dish called saltah. Fenugreek, or shambalîleh شنبليله in persian, is also one of four herbs used for the iranian recipe ghormeh sabzi. in egypt, fenugreek seeds are prepared as tea, by being boiled then sweetened. This is a popular winter drink served in coffee shops. In other parts of the middle east fenugreek is used in a variety of sweet confections. A cake dessert known as helba in the islamic world is a tasty treat during islamic holidays. This is a semolina cake covered in sugar or maple-like syrup, and sprinkled with fenugreek seeds on top. jews customarily eat the fenugreek during the meal of the first andor second night of rosh hashana (the new year). It is green and is similar to the verb (to increase) in hebrew, which symbolically signifies a prayer that their merits will increase. fenugreek is a galactagogue that is often used to increase milk supply in lactating human women. seeds fenugreek seeds are a rich source of the polysaccharide galactomannan. They are also a source of saponins such as diosgenin, yamogenin, gitogenin, tigogenin, and neotigogens. Other bioactive constituents of fenugreek include mucilage, volatile oils, and alkaloids such as choline and trigonelline. fenugreek is frequently used in the production of flavoring for artificial syrups. The taste of toasted fenugreek is additionally based on substituted pyrazines, as is cumin. By itself, it has a somewhat bitter taste. fenugreek is mainly used as a digestive aid. Fenugreek seed is widely used as a galactagogue (milk producing agent) by nursing mothers to increase inadequate breast milk supply. Studies have shown that fenugreek is a potent stimulator of breastmilk production and its use was associated with increases in milk production of as much as 900%. it can be found in capsule form in many health food stores. supplements of fenugreek seeds were shown to lower serum cholesterol, triglyceride, and low-density lipoprotein in human patients and experimental models of hypercholesterolemia and hypertriglyceridemia (basch et al., 2003). several human intervention trials demonstrated that the antidiabetic effects of fenugreek seeds ameliorate most metabolic symptoms associated with type-1 and type-2 diabetes in both humans and relevant animal models (basch et al., 2003; srinivas, 2005). fenugreek is currently available commercially in encapsulated forms and is being prescribed as dietary supplements for the control of hypercholesterolemia and diabetes by practitioners of complementary and alternative medicine. in recent research, fenugreek seeds were experimentally shown to protect against cancers of the breast (amin et al., 2005) and colon (raju et al., 2006). The hepatoprotective properties of fenugreek seeds have also been reported in experimental models (raju and bird, 2006; kaviarasan et al., 2006; thirunavukarrasu et al., 2003). fenugreek

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Fenugreek

fenugreek is commonly known as maithray in india. The fresh fenugreek leaves supplied by us are procured directly from the farm and stored in the cool dry place so they are remarkable for retaining their freshness for considerably a longer period of time. Our organic fenugreek seeds are variedly used in the preparation of cuisines like pickles, curry powders, pastes etc. In addition to the above, it is also used as conditioner for hair. Additionally, we are one of the most trusted fenugreek exporters from india. (trigonella foenum-graecum) is a plant in the family fabaceae. It is commonly known as maithray (bangla, gujarati), methi or mithi (hindi , nepali, marathi मेथी, and urdu ميتهي , from the sanskrit मेथिका), menthyada soppu (ಮೆಂತ್ಯ) (kannada), ventayam (வெந்தயம்) (tamil), menthulu (telugu), hilbeh (حلبة arabic), or ulluva (malayalam)، shambalîleh (شنبليله persian). Fenugreek is used both as an herb (the leaves) and as a spice (the seed). It is cultivated worldwide as a semi-arid crop. It is frequently used in curry. use the rhombic yellow to amber colored fenugreek seed, commonly called maithray, is frequently used in the preparation of pickles, curry powders, and pastes, and is often encountered in the cuisine of the indian subcontinent. The young leaves and sprouts of fenugreek are eaten as greens, and the fresh or dried leaves are used to flavor other dishes. The dried leaves (called kasuri methi) have a bitter taste and a strong characteristic smell. in india, fenugreek seeds are mixed with yogurt and used as a conditioner for hair. It is one of the three ingredients of idli and dosa (tamil). It is also one of the ingredients in the making of khakhra, a type of bread. It is used in injerataita, a type of bread unique to ethiopian and eritrean cuisine. The word for fenugreek in amharic is abesh, and the seed is reportedly also often used in ethiopia as a natural herbal medicine in the treatment of diabetes. It is also sometimes used as an ingredient in the production of clarified butter (amharic: qibé, ethiopian and eritrean tigrinya: tesme), which is similar to indian ghee. in turkey, fenugreek gives its name, çemen, to a hot paste used in pastirma. The same paste is used in egypt for the same purpose. The arabic word hulba حلبة (helba in egypt) for the seed resembles its mandarin chinese counterpart hu lu ba. In yemen it is the main condiment and an ingredient added to the national dish called saltah. Fenugreek, or shambalîleh شنبليله in persian, is also one of four herbs used for the iranian recipe ghormeh sabzi. in egypt, fenugreek seeds are prepared as tea, by being boiled then sweetened. This is a popular winter drink served in coffee shops. In other parts of the middle east fenugreek is used in a variety of sweet confections. A cake dessert known as helba in the islamic world is a tasty treat during islamic holidays. This is a semolina cake covered in sugar or maple-like syrup, and sprinkled with fenugreek seeds on top. jews customarily eat the fenugreek during the meal of the first andor second night of rosh hashana (the new year). It is green and is similar to the verb (to increase) in hebrew, which symbolically signifies a prayer that their merits will increase. fenugreek is a galactagogue that is often used to increase milk supply in lactating human women. seeds fenugreek seeds are a rich source of the polysaccharide galactomannan. They are also a source of saponins such as diosgenin, yamogenin, gitogenin, tigogenin, and neotigogens. Other bioactive constituents of fenugreek include mucilage, volatile oils, and alkaloids such as choline and trigonelline. fenugreek is frequently used in the production of flavoring for artificial syrups. The taste of toasted fenugreek is additionally based on substituted pyrazines, as is cumin. By itself, it has a somewhat bitter taste. fenugreek is mainly used as a digestive aid. Fenugreek seed is widely used as a galactagogue (milk producing agent) by nursing mothers to increase inadequate breast milk supply. Studies have shown that fenugreek is a potent stimulator of breastmilk production and its use was associated with increases in milk production of as much as 900%. it can be found in capsule form in many health food stores. supplements of fenugreek seeds were shown to lower serum cholesterol, triglyceride, and low-density lipoprotein in human patients and experimental models of hypercholesterolemia and hypertriglyceridemia (basch et al., 2003). several human intervention trials demonstrated that the antidiabetic effects of fenugreek seeds ameliorate most metabolic symptoms associated with type-1 and type-2 diabetes in both humans and relevant animal models (basch et al., 2003; srinivas, 2005). fenugreek is currently available commercially in encapsulated forms and is being prescribed as dietary supplements for the control of hypercholesterolemia and diabetes by practitioners of complementary and alternative medicine. in recent research, fenugreek seeds were experimentally shown to protect against cancers of the breast (amin et al., 2005) and colon (raju et al., 2006). The hepatoprotective properties of fenugreek seeds have also been reported in experimental models (raju and bird, 2006; kaviarasan et al., 2006; thirunavukarrasu et al., 2003). fenugreek

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