Amla Murabba Gooseberry
- NO ARTIFICIAL FLAVOR OR COLOR: Keeping in mind that food dyes are dangerous for most people. Nevertheless, they may cause allergic reactions in some people Nourish amla murabba is processed without adding any artificial color or flavor retaining the natural content.
- FAVORITE WINTER PRESERVE: Loaded with Minerals, Nutrients, And Vitamins Amla Murabba is a complete health food. From providing strength to smoothing body’s function it does it all for you. A great detoxifier which restores the body’s immunity building up resistance against respiratory tract diseases like cough, cold.
- USE AS A TONIC- Amla is a very rich source of Vitamin C. According to Ayurvedic Medicines, 100g of amla juice contains as much vitamin C as two fresh oranges. A murabba made from amla is traditionally used as a general health tonic to sharpen the mind and relieve fatigue. Ayurvedic practitioners recommend taking amla murabba each day in the morning for its health benefits.
- ONE SOLUTION FOR MANY HAIR WOES- If you are looking for natural solutions to uncover stronger and lustrous tresses, then Indian gooseberry (Amla) murabba is your sure shot savior. Being a rich source of essential fatty acids, it helps to nourish your hair from their roots.
- BENEFICIAL FOR YOUR EYES- Regular consumption of Amla murabba helps to fight eye problems like short-sightedness, watering of eyes, eye infection and early onset of cataract. Power in eyes also gets better with regular consumption of amla murabba.
Pickle making is the tradition in every Indian family. The pickle making process begins in the mid-summer with selecting the right raw mango, further washing, cleaning, drying it. The sun-dried raw mangoes combined with our signature blend of spices and tossed in a little mustard oil. Made from the finely picked ingredients retaining the quality nourish pickle is a perfect blend of taste with health standards. Our pickles are aged in proper jars that are stored in cool dark rooms to draw out the natural flavours. Enjoy these pickles while travelling, in tiffin’s too as a side dish.