Ayurvedic Indian Herbs
Quince Slices Cydonia oblonga
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Organictas Dried Quince Fruit Slices (Cydonia oblonga): Pure 100% natural organic Quinces in the form of dried fruit slices. Harvested in an ecologically clean non-contaminated area in Kashmir.
Free from any Pollutants, No Preservatives, No SO2, No Artificial Colours, No Artificial Flavours, No Artificial Sweeteners, No added Sugar/Salt, GMO-Free, No Gluten, No Wheat, No Soya, No Yeast, No Milk, No Starch, No Lactose, No Chemicals, Pesticide Free, Eco friendly Package.
Main Nutritional Profil of Organic Quinces:
- Energy 919 KJ/219 kcal
- Fat 0,4 g
- -of which saturated fat 0,1 g
- Carbohydrate 75,6 g
- -of which sugars 35,4 g
- Fibre 22,8 g
- Protein 1,2 g
- Salt 0,009 g
- Vitamins A
- Vitamin C
- Vitamin E
- Vitamin B1, B2, B6
- Vitamin PP
- + many others
- Quinces are tradionally used in/for*:
- Quince fruit is a great source of antioxidants.
- Help block the growth of harmful bacteria in the body.
- Quince is recommended for gastric irritation.
- Promotes Heart Health.
- Beneficial effect on the circulatory system.
- May help to reduce blood pressure.
- To boost immunity.
- Improving digestion to keep body weight down
- Quince has anti-inflammatory properties
- In inflamed mucous membranes of the respiratory and digestive tracts
- effective in relieving gastric ulcers.
- calms the gastrointestinal tract.
- Help neutralize disease-causing free radicals and protect against chronic disease.
- Helps increase the supply of white blood cells.
- May help prevents GERD.
- The antioxidant compounds in quince have been associated to reduce developing "bad cells".
- An infusion is used for sore throat, diarrhea and hemorrhage of the bowel.
- Externally in inflammation of the eyes, gargle with angina, burns and skin irritations.
- Quince has long been admired for its ability to control allergic reactions.
- can be baked like apple
- making jam
- making compotes
- as a snack
- making biscuites with almond butter
- as a delectable side dish
- using in deserts
- in trail mixes
- with other different fruits
- as tea
- in a wide variety of culinary recipes
Organic Horehound herb
Minimum Order Quantity: 50 Kg
|10 kg bag
|Is It Organic
|Is It Dried
|Country of Origin
|Made in India
Marrubium vulgare (horehound)
Organic Horehound has long been known in the area of combating various respiratory ailments. The horehound is known to possess antiseptic, anti-spasmodic, expectorant, diaphoretic and diuretic properties, among others.
The horehound is a perennial herb, a garden mint possessing a fiber-rich rootstock from which emerge bushy, square-shaped stems. The horehound has wrinkled green and white leaves, rough-textured on the top and wooly-textured on the underside of the lamina.
Known by its official name of marrubium vulgare, the horehound grows in a wide range of locales A unique herb white horehound is a very potent anti-inflammatory, specifically regarding respiratory inflammation. In natural medicine practices, it is used to treat bronchitis, whooping cough, and asthma.
Horehound is a perennial herb native to Europe. It grows easily in waste land and along roads. This bushy herb has been used for centuries to treat a variety of symptoms. The Romans and Egyptians used this herb. It was also one of the bitter herbs taken to the Passover Feast. In England the leaves are used in the preparation of a delicious beer know as Horehound Ale that is non-alcoholic and nutritious. It is a natural attractant for bees so be prepared to see them in your garden if you plant horehound.
Medicinal Uses – Organic Horehound has long been used as an expectorant for lung conditions. This herb has been used for asthma and whooping cough, as well as bronchitis. It is also used for diabetes in some countries. Some people take horehound to relieve heartburn and to increase the appetite. It is also used for intestinal disorders as well as pan and spasms from menstruation. Studies are showing some promise as a treatment for high cholesterol and triglyceride levels.
Other Uses – Organic Horehound is used to make candy.
Herbs to Combine/Supplement – Horehound can be used with hyssop, rue, marshmallow root and licorice root. When the root of white horehound is combined with ribgrass plantain, it can be used for snakebite.
Parts Used – The leaves of white horehound are used medicinally.
The main constituent of the horehound is a bitter substance known as marrubin, and other constituents are flavonoids, caffeic acid, resin, tannins, wax, fat, sugar, etc.
The benefits of the horehound can be derived through teas, infusions, candies, tinctures and encapsulations. To make horehound tea, place 2½ teaspoons of horehound herb in a pint of boiling water. Let it steep and simmer for about 45 minutes. The tea is best consumed in lukewarm temperature.
Horehound tea is quite bitter in taste so it is normally flavored with lemon juice and sweetened by molasses, not sugar. Sugar is thought to dilute the beneficial properties of the horehound tea.
Though safe for use in children, the horehound is not recommended for use by pregnant women.
The following are some health benefits derived from this tea:
• May help in fighting upper respiratory disorders like cough, asthma and lung troubles by loosening phlegm-accumulation in the passages.
• May help in fighting headaches caused by sinus infection.
• May help fight sore throat.
• May help night-time gastric reflux.
• May help relieve pain caused by cough or indigestion.
- Production Capacity: 5000
- Delivery Time: 10
- Packaging Details: 20kg loose herb in poly lined bag