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When growing Red Gram (Tur) crop, the likelihood of pest and disease is much higher and so regular farmers (i.e chemical farming use way more pesti...View full details
It is number one source of omega 3 fatty acids, lignans along with mucilage gums. Can be consumed whole seeds, roasted and powdered form. Benefits ...View full details
Bengal Gram Dal closely related to the chickpea family, is a yellow lentil, rounded on one side and flat on the other. Bengal gram is one of the ea...View full details
Kabuli chana is believed to be one of the earliest cultivated legumes. It is a small, hard, knobby, beige-coloured bean with a diameter of less tha...View full details
Sonamasuri Rice (Polished) is medium-grain aromatic rice that is lightweight and low in starch. Benefits of using Sona Masoori : It provides with e...View full details
This is also popularly called as "Brown Rice". Brown rice is a whole grain meaning it contains a large amount of fiber. This is due to the fact tha...View full details
The most referred rice in the ancient Ayurvedic text as Raktasali in Charaka and other Samhitas. Abundant in antioxidants and phytochemicals, Rich ...View full details
Jaggery is a traditional non-centrifugal cane sugar consumed in Asia, Africa and some countries in the Americas. It is a concentrated product of ca...View full details
Honey is a sugary food substance produced and stored by certain social hymenopteran insects. It is produced from the sugary secretions of plants or...View full details
According to Ayurveda, amla fruit is sour (amla) and astringent (kashaya) in taste (rasa), with sweet (madhura), bitter (tikta) and pungent (katu) ...View full details
Bay leaf refers to the aromatic leaves of several plants used in cooking. Dried bay leaves are used in cooking for their distinctive flavour and fr...View full details
Cardamom is native to the evergreen forests of India. This spice is commonly used in Indian cuisine, but it has also made its way into Ayurvedic me...View full details
As often referred as “king of spice”. Black pepper is another spice that is used all around the world that has some amazing health benefits. Benefi...View full details
Sweet and pleasant, groundnut oil is popularly used in Asian cuisine for salad dressings and sautéing.It has a long shelf life and a high smoke poi...View full details
This important oil, although you may have never heard of it before, is derived from an herb that grows in various parts of Ethiopia, Malawi, and I...View full details
Jaggery is a traditional non-centrifugal cane sugar consumed in Asia, Africa and some countries in the Americas. It is a concentrated product of cane juice without separation of the molasses and crystals, and can vary from golden brown to dark brown in colour. It contains up to 50% sucrose, up to 20% invert sugars, and up to 20% moisture, with the remainder made up of other insoluble matter, such as wood ash, proteins, and bagasse fibres.
Benefits of using Jaggery :
Desi A2 Cow Ghee is made from pure and fresh A2 milk using the traditional methods. The cows graze happily in the grassy uplands and are kept in...View full details
Turmeric powder or Haldi Powder is a bright yellow powder made by dry grinding of mature turmeric rhizomes (underground stems). The use of turmeric...View full details
Bt-cotton (Bollgard I), which was introduced in 2002 (by promising immunity against the Pink Bollworm) has caused severe damage to crop biodiversity, claimed thousands of lives, and eroded much-needed organic matter from the topsoil.
Well, the nature catches up. Eventually.
So, the Pink Bollworm also has caught up with this Bt-cotton and have become immune to Bollgard II (which was introduced in 2006).
How many of you know that during Adhik Masa, it doesn't rain and our ancestors knew how to make a scientific calendar that keeps in mind both the solar + lunar movements so farmers don't have to suffer.
Today, people think it's Aug/Sep/Oct so it's got to rain. Well, no. It depends on many factors, but in a tropical country like India tidal forces (aside from heat) play a big part which Gregorian Calendar ignores altogether which results in delayed monsoons that, well, aren't actually delayed. No wonder farmers want to sue IMD.