Friday, 6 November 2015

Organic kudampuli (Indian garcinia)

We are the manufacture  of  kudampuli (Indian garcinia)Kudampuli is a moderate-sized, evergreen tree and the flowers are unisexual, sessile and axillary. The leaves are dark green, shining, elliptic to obviate. It bears sweet-sour mixed fruits native to SE Asia and India. The fruit may resemble a small yellow or reddish pumpkin, or it may have a unique purple colour. The fruit of Garcinia cambogia has been traditionally used in food preparation and cooking, having a distinctive taste. Garcinia has garnered a lot of attention of late as a popular natural weight loss aid. The reason is that the rind of this pumpkin like fruit is rich in a substance called hydroxycitric acid / HCA.  Aside from its use in food preparation and preservation, extracts of G. cambogia are sometimes used in traditional medicine as purgatives. Kudampuli is known for its medicinal values in Ayurveda. It helps to promote digestion, and a decoction (kashayam) made out of it is used against Arthritis and some uterine deceases. It is also known to cure ulcers. The root of Kudampuli can be used quire the swelling the whole body due to viper bite.

Kudampuli is found to have astringent, antioxidant, anticatarrhal, demulcent, thermogenic, cardiotonic and anti-cancer properties. It is effective against rheumatism, piles, bilious affections, edema, intestinal parasites, constipation and delayed menstruation.
Kudampuli extract is found to increase the mucosal defensive mechanisms in stomach and thereby it is helpful as a protective agent against gastric ulcers. A study has shown that a supplement extract of kudampuli is helpful in reducing both the volume and acidity of gastric juice. Further, its use showed promotion of defensive factors on gastric mucosa.
More recently, it has been proved that kudampuli has a hepato-protective ability against external toxins, such as alcohol. A recent study showed that its use prevented liver cells from becoming fibrotic and stopped cell damage caused by high blood lipid levels.

How does Kudampuli help in weight loss?
The science behind Kudampuli promoting loss of weight is simple. See how it works:

  • Suppresses hunger naturally: We all know that overeating leads of unwanted weight gain. Kudampuli helps in suppressing your appetite and thus, you feel less hungry throughout the day. Your metabolism too is improved.
  • Controls blood sugar level: The extracts of Garcinia Cambodia help to control blood sugar levels. When your appetite is suppressed, not only are you less prone to consume increased amounts of carbohydrates, you are also saved from a spike in blood sugar levels and deposit of fats in your body. It also blocks the enzyme- citrate lyase, which is responsible for the conversion of carbohydrate into sugar and fat.
  • Promotes strong digestive system: Kudampuli protects you from colic pain and irregular movement of bowels. When consumed regularly, Kudampuli tends to strengthen your digestive system and prevents acidity. Your immunity power is also boosted.

Friday, 2 October 2015


We are one of leading manufacturers and suppliers of Capsicum. We manufacturing RED, YELLOW, GREEN Capsicum. Capsicum Processed under the skilled team of professionals, these products strictly follow the international food standards. Additionally, the entire processes are executed in strict adherence with the industry standards and norms. We can give delivery at any quantity. Each weighs about 120gms.


Wednesday, 29 July 2015



We are one of leading suppliers and manufacturers of Neem Seeds. These seeds are source from the renowned farmers of the agricultural industry. Processed under the skilled team of professionals, these products strictly follow the international food standards. Additionally, the entire processes are executed in strict adherence with the industry standards and norms.


  • Available at reasonable prices
  • Required in pharmaceutical industry
  • Used in fertilisers and pesticides
  • Highly effective

Monday, 20 July 2015

Tephrosia purpurea

Botanical Name  : Tephrosia purpurea

Tephrosia purpurea a common weed belongs to family fabaceae is used in Indian system of medicine. Tephrosia is used in liver cirrhosis, splenomegaly, skin diseases, abdominal disorders, dental problems. It possesses antidotal, bactericidal, wound healing and haemostatic. Additionally it acts as a liver stimulant for better bile secretion and possesses parasiticidal properties.

Asparagus racemosus

Botanical Name         : Asparagus racemosus
Family                         : Asparagaceae
Local names               : Satavari

Asparagus racemosus generally known as ‘Satavari’ which means that cures hundred diseases. The root of Satavari is used in the form of juice, paste, decoction and powder to treat intrinsic haemorrhage, diarrhoea, piles, hoarseness of voice, cough, arthritis, poisoning, diseases of female genital tract, erysipelas, fever, as aphrodisiac and as rejuvinative.

Aloa Vera

Botanical Name         : Aloe vera                                                              
Family                         : Liliaceae
Local names               : Aloe, Barbados Aloe, Curacao Aloe

Aloe vera a popular houseplant generally known as ‘Kumari’ (Sanskrit) that used in Indian system of medicine with history of multipurpose remedies. In general leaves are known to be used in cosmetics, the leaves and root of Kumari is used in form of juice to treat spleen enlargement, epilepsy, penile wart, dysuria, inflammation in penis, abscess, jaundice, gulma, mastitis, headache and amenorrhoea.

Saturday, 30 May 2015

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Wednesday, 25 March 2015

Iceberg lettuce 

Iceberg lettuce is a variety of lettuce with crisp leaves which grows in a spherical head resembling cabbage. Iceberg lettuce has a mild flavor and firm, crunchy texture, making it a good choice for salads and sandwiches. When used in combination with other varieties of lettuce, iceberg lettuce will contribute a pleasant crunch to salads. Moreover, its uniform, pale-green leaves make iceberg lettuce an easy product to work with, making it a good choice for sandwiches. Another positive aspect of iceberg lettuce is that it lasts a long time in the refrigerator, making it an economical choice since it minimizes spoilage and waste.

Iceberg lettuce is regarded as being a food that doesn't offer much in the way of nutrition, but this is somewhat of a misconception. Iceberg lettuce is a good source of fiber, potassium, calcium, vitamin A, vitamin C and iron. Even so, iceberg lettuce has relatively few calories by weight because of its high water content.

Sirukurinjan (Gymnema sylvestre)

 Sirukurinjan (Gymnema sylvestre)

From Rigveda period, plants play a major role in treating diseases. Herbal drugs were used as household remedies from our ancestors till now. It was reported that, India's exports for medicinal plants have elevated to 137% and stands second next to china. Gymnema sylvestre (Sirukurinjan) is a potent antidiabetic herb used in ayurvedic and homeopathic systems of medicine. It is also used for the treatment of cough, fever, snake bite, stomach problems, breathing troubles, dermatological ailments, etc. It posseses antimicrobial, anti-obesity, anti-inflammatory, anti-hypercholesterolemia and anti-sweetener properties. It has the ability to restore pancreatic function by increasing the number of β-cells and insulin release. There is a growing demand in pharmaceutical trade for G. sylvestre leaves. It has the ability to eliminate the taste of sweetness; hence, it is known as destroyer of sugar from ancient time. From 1930, G. sylvestre was found to have promising therapy for type 1 and 2 diabetes with minimal side effects. It has the propensity to decrease the body weight; prevent triglycerides and fatty acid accumulation in muscle and liver, and in circulation respectively. Hence, there are several studies still being carried out on these plants on their other aspects, such as toxicity and delivery methods with suitable formulation.

Medical Uses

  • Its use in snake bite as a remedy was well known to the natives of the Konkan in India and the natives of Southern India.

  • This reduces the blood sugar and also the urinary sugar. These action are obtained by using the leaves only and not by using extracts.
  • Gymnema sylvestre is useful in amenorrhoea, typhoid fever, general debility
  • castor oil is useful in glandular swelling, hepatitis and splenic enlargement.
  • This herb also has a positive effect on triglycerides and cholesterol levels as well. It is of interest to dieters as well.
  • Its extract can help decrease the calories and cholesterol levels in your body and thus minimize high blood pressure.
  • Gymnema sylvestre/ Gurmar extract is recognized to diminish all infections of your lung area which exist in bronchitis and in addition all problems in connection with respiration anytime Asthma takes place.
  • Another usage of this botanical herb is it may reduce the excess calories in the body and burn off off the sugar that remains untouched.
  • Suppresses the intestinal absorption of saccharine, which prevents blood sugar fluctuations. Corrects metabolic activities of liver, kidney and muscles.
  • Gymnema sylvestre/ Gurmar  fits well into a weight management program because it complements exercise and dietary reform by curbing sugar appetite.
  • In type II diabetes, gymnema improves insulin’s effects and can even substitute for oral sugar-lowering drugs.
  • Gymnema sylvestre is an herb from India that has a long and varied history in traditional medicine, including its use as a Diuretic, Laxative, Anti-inflammatory, Circulatory system stimulant, Diabetes treatment, Weight loss aid.

Wednesday, 18 March 2015 Indian Borage / Plectranthus Amboinicus / Coleus A... Indian Borage / Plectranthus Amboinicus / Coleus A...:

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Indian Borage / Plectranthus Amboinicus / Coleus Amboinicus

Plectranthus Amboinicus / Coleus Amboinicus

Indian Borage / Plectranthus amboinicus/ Coleus amboinicus is a large succulent herb, fleshy and highly aromatic.The leaves have  many traditional medicinal uses, especially for the treatment of coughs, sore throats and nasal congestion and for a range of other problems such as infections, rheumatism and flatulence. It is also used to treat malarial fever, hepatopathy, renal and vesical calculi, cough, chronic asthma, hiccough, bronchitis, helminthiasis, colic, convulsions, and epilepsy. It is used as a medicine as for skin ulcerations, scorpion bite, skin allergy, wounds, diarrhoea and to promote liver health