Edible Gum [Dink/ Gond] Powder (200gm)
Edible Gum [Dink/ Gond] Powder is useful for treating heat stroke & constipation. It helps to cool the temperature in the body if you consume it in the winter season. You can get it online or in a nearby store.
Sago is a processed food made from starch extracted from tapioca roots. Sabudana is very popular for breakfast in the morning. Sago is rich in starch as well as energy and does not contain any artificial sweetener or chemical substances. It is high in carbohydrates but low in fat. This product is available online and in nearby store.
Dried coconut [Sukha Nariyal] often goes underappreciated when compared to other dried fruits. However, if you are interested in eating healthy, you definitely need its thin slices to make a healthy snack. Coconut Rice can also be prepared with this. We also provide Dried Whole Coconut.
Aliv contains many nutrients. Aliv is also known as Haliv or Halim. Aliv is called Garden cress seeds in English. Laddu made from aliv, kheer of aliv etc. are very tasty and nutritious. It is rich in iron, vitamin-C, vitamin-A, vitamin-E, fiber and many other nutrients. They are also beneficial in preventing hair loss.
Vekhand works to improve the memory of the intellect in young children. Pain and swelling are treated with Vekhand. In mental illness, Vekhand is given with ghee or honey. Vekhand Powder with water works wonders for cough and cold.
Green chillies are stuffed with spices and dried under hot sun. You can use this while making Poha. You can buy our Talani Sandagi Mirchi in Indian grocery stores throughout Australia as well as buy it online on our Marathiswad website.
Our Date Powder is made of whole premium dates providing a 100% natural, healthy and nutrient-rich replacement for refined white and brown sugar. Dry dates powder is made from 100% premium brown dates. It is finely powdered and ready to use. We also provide Yellow Date Powder. Check out our full range of products.
Sandage (pronounced as “sand-ge”) is one of the authentic Maharashtrian dishes usually made in the Summer during the month of Chaitra. It is also made as a substitute for regular vegetables when there is a scarcity of fresh vegetables in the market.