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SPICES & HERBALS

RED CHILLI

  • Dry red chilli is a condiment that adds pungency and colour to the food.
  • It has certain medicinal and homeopathic properties.
  • We offer red chillies in a uniform shape and size.
  • It is used mostly to temper dishes.
  • The chillies have a sharp flavour.
  • It has antibiotic properties and also acts as a pain killer.
  • It provides relief from lung disease.
  • Chillies are excellent source of Vitamin, A, B, C and E with minerals like molybdenum, manganese, folate, potassium, thiamin, and copper.
  • Chilli contains seven times more vitamin C than orange.
  • Ever since its introduction to India in 1498, Chilies have been included in Ayurvedic medicines
  • Used as tonic to ward off many diseases and good for slimming down as it burns the calorie easily.
  • Chilies stimulate the appetite, help to clear the lungs, and stimulate digestive system.
 

BYADGI CHILLI

  • Byadagi Chilli is a famous variety of chilli mainly grown in the Indian state of Karnataka. It is named after the town of Byadagi which is located in the Haveri district of Karnataka.
  • The business involving Byadagi chillis has the second largest turnover among all chilli varieties of India.
  • Byadagi chilli is also known for its deep red colour and is less spicy and is used in many food preparations of South India.
  • The quality of chilli varieties is measured in terms of the extractable red colour.
  • The higher the ASTA colour unit, the better the quality of chilli and therefore the higher the price.
  • The Byadagi chilli has negligible capsaicin content making it less pungent than other chilli varieties.
  • USED AS CUISINE: Byadagi chilli is an important ingredient in spicy preparations like Bisi Bele Bath, Sambar, Chutneys and other food items of Udupi cuisine.
  • USED AS OLEORESIN : Byadagi chilli has also been grown for the extraction of oleoresin, a red oil from the pods. Oleoresin is used in the preparation of nail polish and lipsticks. About 50 litres of oleoresin can be extracted from about 1 tonne of Byadagi chillies. This oleoresin is then sent for further refined before being exported to countries like US, Japan and those in Europe.
 

CARDAMOM

  • Cardamoms are an exotic spice from India
  • Warm, fragrant and mysterious, it has a unique and pleasant fragrance.
  • It is inseparable from Indian sweets.
  • It also plays a pivotal role in the Indian cuisine
  • Cardamom is an important ingredient in cooking dishes all around the world today
  • Belonging to the ginger family, this spice is used in desserts, tea, coffee and many more delicious dishes.
  • Cardamom is an ideal spice with many health benefits.
  • The health benefits of cardamom include gastrointestinal protection, cholesterol control, control of cancer, relief from cardiovascular issues, and the improvement of blood circulation in the body.
  • It is useful for curing dental diseases and urinary tract infections such as cystitis, nephritis, and gonorrhea.
  • Cardamom possesses aphrodisiac properties and is also used as a cure for impotency, erectile dysfunction, and premature ejaculation.
 

CASHEW

  • The nut and the fruit, both have multiple uses
  • Cashew nuts are rich in copper, zinc, magnesium, iron and phosphorous
  • Cashews help lower LDL and increase the carrying capacity for HDL
  • A popular ingredient finding its way into many gravies, cashew is a nut high in minerals.
  • Made available round the year, the nut has a great shelf life if stored properly.
  • The nut and the fruit, both have multiple uses
  • The nut is used to make delectable and rich curries and also roasted and eaten dry
  • A considerable amount of cashews in your diet can provide you with many health benefits - such as preventing heart diseases, eye diseases, heavy weight, etc.
 

PEPPER

  • Pepper is the fruit of the black pepper plant is used as both a spice and a medicine.
  • It is native to Kerala, the southern state of India.
  • Since ancient times, black pepper is one of the most widely traded spices in the world.
  • It is not considered a seasonal plant and is therefore available throughout the year.
  • When dried, this plant-derived spice is referred to as a peppercorn, and is then ground into a powder to be put on food to add flavor and spice.
  • Because of its antibacterial properties, pepper is also used to preserve food.
  • It is a rich source of manganese, iron, potassium, vitamin-C, vitamin K, and dietary fiber.
  • Black pepper is also a very good anti-inflammatory agent.
 

GINGER

  • Ginger is listed as an herbal medicine with carminative effects: a substance that promotes the release of intestinal gas. It's also an intestinal spasmolytic.
  • That means it can settle an upset stomach, relieve vomiting, and ease gas and diarrhea discomfort; but it's also effective in preventing nausea in the first place.
  • Increases cardiovascular circulation.
  • Numerous studies have shown the effectiveness of ginger as a pain reliever, but the way it eases nausea and vomiting has to do with its ability to stimulate the flow of saliva.
 

TURMERIC

  • Turmeric may be the most effective nutritional supplement in existence
  • It is also used as an important condiment in beauty products and spiritual ceremonies
  • Turmeric is used in almost all curries and gravy dishes
  • It gives a rich color and a unique flavour to the food
  • Turmeric is a well-known preservative.
  • Turmeric is arguably the most powerful herb on the planet at fighting and potentially reversing disease.
  • It has so many healing properties and one of its renowned healing compounds curcumin.
  • This puts turmeric on top of the list as one of the most frequently mentioned medicinal herbs in all of science and the next most popular studied herbs include garlic, cinnamon, ginseng, ginger and milk thistle.
  • Of the 6000+ studies referencing curcumin, the most interesting finding is that when turmeric is compared to conventional medicine its benefits equal that of many pharmaceutical medications.
 

List of Other Spices Exported :

  • Coriander
  • Cumin Seeds
  • Fennel Seeds
  • Sesame Seeds
  • Mustard Seeds
  • Fenugreek
  • Cinnamon Stick
  • Cloves
  • Almond
  • Raisins
  • Star Anise
  • Briyani Leaves
  • Ajinomoto
  • Tamarind
  • All Types of Dal
  • Roasted Gram Dal
  • Green Leaves
  • Color Red
  • Salt
  • Vanaspathi
  • Asafoetida
  • Nutmeg
 

List of Herbals Exported :

  • Noni
  • Rosemary
  • Fenugreek Seed
  • Thyme
  • Saga
  • Peppermint
  • Star Anise
  • Oregano