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Brown Sesame Seed (खैरो तिल) > 200 GRAM

Brown Sesame Seed (खैरो तिल) Price In Nepal रु 95

Sesame seeds have been used in folk medicine for thousands of years and have many possible health benefits. They can help to prevent heart disease, diabetes, and arthritis, among other things.

  • Sesame seeds can help lower triglyceride and “bad” LDL cholesterol levels, which are both risk factors for heart disease. 
  • Good fats, calcium, B vitamins, nutrients, fiber, antioxidants, and other useful plant compounds can all be found in sesame seeds. 
  • Sesame seeds are tiny, oil-rich seeds produced by the Sesamum indicum plant in pods.

Shiva Pujari Jeera Dana (Cumin Seeds) 1KG > 1 KG

Shiva Pujari Jeera Dana (Cumin Seeds) 1KG Price In Nepal रु 430

Cumin seed is an essential,fresh and highly flavoured good for health to make food delicious.

  • Tasty and delicious.
  • Tasty and refreshing.
  • Jeera is a strong spice and most people use it to add additional taste to their food.
  • This spice is well-known not just for its flavor, but also for the wellbeing benefits of cumin seeds.

Cloves - Lwang - 200gm > 200 GRAM

Cloves - Lwang - 200gm Price In Nepal रु 350

Cloves can also be used to refresh the mouth. The Nepalese chew cloves all day, either alone or in combination with green or black cardamom.  Chewing cloves is a cultivated flavor that can be bitingly sweet, hot, and leave a numb feeling in the mouth at first, but once you get used to it, you'll enjoy it.

  • Cloves have a number of possible health benefits, including lowering blood sugar and preventing bacteria development.
  • Cloves are used whole or ground to spice a number of Nepalese foods, including meat, poultry, vegetable stews, and rice, but they are seldom used in sweet dishes.