Loaded with health benefits, methi or fenugreek leaves are used extensively in Indian preparations. These are sourced from farmers and stored in the perfect conditions to preserve taste, flavor and aroma. The leaves taste like a mix of celery and fennel and can enhance the nutritional value of many dishes.
Benefits: This leaf is highly beneficial for treating poor liver functions and dyspepsia. It is also helpful in treating gastric problems and other intestinal issues. It is also used for curing dysentery and diarrhea. It is helpful for reducing High Cholesterol, preventing and treating of Type II diabetes, Reduce Blemishes, Long and Lustrous Hair, etc.
Spinach or Palak is very famous and well known edible flowering plant all over the world for its amazing benefits. It is a leafy vegetable, belongs to the Amaranthaceae family and locally found in the central and southwestern Asia. It is biennial plant and grows in both summer and winter seasons. Spinach was originated in the ancient Persia which was carried to India by the Arab traders.
Benefits: Prevents Cancerous Cells Division, Reduces Risk of Prostate Cancer, Reduces Risk of Many Health Disorders, Reduces Risk of Age-Related Eye Disorders, Promotes Proper Growth and Development of Bones, Stimulates Bone Protein, Good Source of Bone-Supportive Nutrients, Contains Low Calorie and High Nutrients, Protects from Early Ageing, Heart-Healthy Food, Maintains Blood Pressure, Maintains Gastrointestinal Health, Relieves Inflammation, Maintains Brain Functioning, Fulfills Iron Requirement, Maintains Blood Sugar Level, Strengthens Body Immunity, Relieves Constipation, Prevents from Osteoporosis and Anemia, Prevents from Alzheimer’s Disease, Rich Source of Minerals and Vitamins.
Dill's green leaves:
Dill's green leaves are flimsy and fernlike and contain a spongy, sweet taste.Dill is also very rich in minerals, vitamin C and flavonoids. It contains a strong aroma & a unique sharp taste. The flavor of dill leaves reduces greatly the longer it is cooked. Dill is popularly utilized as a condiment in soups, meat marinade and salads. It is also utilized as a leafy addition to various sabjis. Product image shown is for representation purpose only, the actually product may vary based on season, produce & availability.Protection Against Free Radicals and Carcinogens.An Anti-Bacterial Spice.A Flavorful Way to Help Prevent Bone Loss.