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  1. Organic Peppermint Leaves Powder

    • Peppermint is a hybrid mint, a cross between watermint and spearmint. Indigenous to Europe and the Middle East, the plant is now widely spread and cultivated in many regions of the world. 
    • Milled from whole organic peppermint leaves
    • Works great as a flavoring for teas and other beverages
  2. Organic Black Cardamom Pods Whole

    • Black cardamom is a small herb with strong aromatic fragrances and can be availed in two varieties – ‘black cardamom’ and ‘green cardamom’. Black cardamom or hill cardamom is the most popular species among these two. It is widely used in cooking for its unique taste and powerful flavor.
    • Black Cardamom is also known as ‘Kali Elaichi’ in Hindi, ‘Nalla Elakulu’ in Telugu, ‘Karupu Elakkai’ in Tamil, ‘Karutta Elakka’ in Malayalam, ‘Kari Elakki’ in Kannada, ‘Badi ilaychi’ in Gujarati, ‘Masalyaci Velci’ in Marathi, and ‘Baro Elaca’ in Bengali.
    • The oil extracted from the seeds of the herb is known as one of the most effective essential oils and is widely used in aromatherapy. From promoting your heath to making your hair shiny, there are a number of ways this spice can be used.
  3. Tandoori Masala

    • The name tandoori masala comes from the type of clay pot used to cook some dishes in which the spice blend is used. Tandoors are known for their ability to reach very high temperatures similar to pizza ovens. In some cases, they can put out as much as 900 degrees Fahrenheit.
    • There is no standard recipe for tandoori masala but most blends offer a pungent sweetness backed up by bitter notes and heat.
    • Cardamom and black peppercorns are both used in many tandoori masala blends and are rich in fiber. Other spices like nutmeg and cloves also provide significant amounts of fiber.
    • Cardamom and ginger are both rich in manganese and copper. Other minerals that the spices in tandoori masala can provide include iron, calcium and magnesium.
    • The cayenne pepper used in tandoori masala can provide a significant amount of vitamin A, while cloves and cardamom are rich in vitamin C.
  4. Xanthan Gum

    • Xanthan gum is a popular additive for thickening, suspending and stabilizing.
    • It's found in many foods and products, and appears to be safe for most people.
    • Xanthan gum is a common food additive that you find in everything from sauces and dressings to ice cream and yogurt and, of course, gluten-free baked goods.
    • Xanthan gum has been classified as non-toxic. It has even been approved without limitations by the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) to be used as a food additive.
    • Xanthan gum is made up of repeating units of simple sugars bonded together by bacterial fermentation
  5. Organic Black Pepper Powder

    • Black pepper is actually a flowering vine indigenous to India that is grown for its fruit. When it is ripe, the plant’s fruit is dried and the peppercorn is born. You can buy peppercorns whole or purchase the product as a preground pepper seasoning.
    • Black pepper—in combination with substances like castor oil or ghee—is used as an appetite stimulant, a breathing aid, and a cough therapy. You can also use peppercorns as a coating for your food. This will make your dish crunchier.
    • Black pepper contains antimicrobial compounds that help keep food fresh. Many anthropologists believe that peppercorns were a part of early food-preservation techniques. You can use black pepper in combination with salt to cure and flavor a wide variety of meats.
    • The nutritional content of black pepper is far more diverse than you might think. The innocuous-looking substance contains a generous quantity of vitamin A and is rich in vitamins C and K. Other vitamins and minerals in black pepper.
    • Black pepper can be used as a scrub to exfoliate the skin and remove dead skin cells. This makes your skin smoother. Crush some black pepper and make a scrub to remove dead skin cells and exfoliate your skin. Just take 1/2 teaspoon of powdered black pepper and 1 teaspoon of yogurt. Apply to your face and wash after 20 minutes.
  6. Organic Sumac Powder

    • Sumac spice, however, is derived from the dried and ground berries of a specific type of sumac plant, Rhus coriaria. This bright and flavorful spice is often added to other spice blends, including za’atar. It’s also a common ingredient in traditional Middle Eastern cuisine and is used in everything from meat dishes to salads.
    • Sumac has a unique taste typically described as tangy and slightly fruity, a bit like lemon. But in addition to bringing a distinct taste to dishes, it also boasts a long list of impressive benefits. Sumac could have a powerful effect on blood sugar control, heart health, and even pain relief.
    • When herbs and spices are rated for antioxidant levels sumac sits atop the list, even above commonly used spices like cinnamon and oregano. It even beats the acai berry (which is trending now as a health elixir), as well as many fruits and vegetables.
    • Sumac is high in polyphenols and flavonoids, such as gallic acid, methyl gallate, kaempferol and quercetin. It also contains tannins, which act as antioxidants.
    • The fruit is also sometimes used as a natural diuretic to help promote proper elimination and detoxification also V sumac spice is bright and flavorful, perfect for adding a bit of zing to your favorite dishes.
  7. Black Tellicherry Peppercorn

    • Tellicherry is the name given to a town in the Indian state of Kerala, which lies on the Malabar Coast. It is often stated that Tellicherry pepper has to come from this town in order to be designated as Tellicherry pepper. These days Tellicherry pepper simply refers to larger black peppercorns; however, the Tellicherry name does have some historical significance. The significance of peppercorns from the Malabar region began with the Arab spice trade.
    • Tellicherry pepper different with other kinds of pepper is that Tellicherry pepper offers more aroma and flavor. Therefore, there is actually no specific differences between the healthy benefits of Tellicherry pepper and other pepper’s benefits.
    • Tellicherry peppercorns have a reputation for a bright, fresh flavor. They are considered more aromatic than other peppercorns. Their fragrance has strong, complex citrus notes. It is rich in fiber also you can get as much as 6 percent of the amount you need each day from a single tablespoon.
    • It contain Piperine this compound is the active ingredient in black pepper and can be beneficial for increasing the bioavailability of other supplements and drugs. For example, it can increase the bioavailability of curcumin by 2000 percent.
    • Boosting the secretion of certain stomach acids, Tellicherry peppercorns can improve digestion also the piperine in Tellicherry peppercorns can enhance brain function. It can be used like any other form of black pepper. Use it to flavor savory dishes like lemon pepper chicken or at the table as a way to add a little extra flavor to food.
  8. Organic Clove Buds

    • Cloves are the flower buds of the clove tree, an evergreen also known as Syzygium aromaticum. Found in both whole and ground forms. In addition to their sweet, aromatic flavor, cloves are known for their potent medicinal properties.
    • This evergreen tree that grows in Asia and South America, cloves are a spice used in cooking and are also said to offer several health benefits. The tree's leaves, flower buds, and fruit are used to produce clove oil, which is widely used in aromatherapy.
    • Did You Know? Ancient Romans used cloves for culinary and medicinal purposes. In fact, they were one of the most expensive spices in Europe in the Middle Ages.
    • This versatile spice can be used to season pot roasts, add flavor to hot beverages and bring spicy warmth to cookies and cakes. You may know cloves as one of the main ingredients in gingerbread baked goods or a staple spice in Indian cuisine.
    • The eugenol in clove is known to provide relief. The substance is an anesthetic and has antibacterial properties, and this helps you deal with the pain. If you have a much severe toothache, such that grinding cloves with your teeth is not possible, you can use crushed cloves. Crush the whole cloves and place the powder on the affected tooth.
  9. Paprika Powder

    • Paprika -- made by grinding capsicum peppers into a fine powder -- adds vibrant red color and a rich, pungent flavor to a variety of meals. Paprika comes loaded with carotenoids -- the pigments that give it its deep red color.
    • Paprika powder is also used in India, Moroccan, Spanish, and Austrian cuisines. Unlike other spices, Spanish paprika powder is comparatively milder and is classified into three varieties- ‘dulce’ (sweet and mild variety), ‘agridulce’ (bittersweet variety) and ‘picante’ (hot variety).
    • Paprika not only enhances the health of your body but also improves the appearance of your skin. The rich array of health benefiting vitamins and antioxidants make it beneficial for your skin. Vitamin A in paprika promotes healthy cell development. Certain healthy fats are required in your diet to protect nerve cells while insulating and protecting organs.
    • Most impressive quality of paprika is the amount of antioxidant power it packs in just one serving. There are many antioxidants in paprika, including carotenoids, which are found to varying degrees in different types of paprika. Carotenoids are a type of pigment found in many plants that serve the body as antioxidants it absorbed best when consumed alongside a healthy fat source, such as avocado.
    • This spice is available all year round in your local grocery stores and it pairs well with rice, chicken, fish, eggs, pasta, cottage cheese, potatoes, and cauliflower. Lightly coat sweet potatoes in olive oil and paprika, and then roast until tender, or use paprika as a seasoning for roasted or steamed carrots.
  10. Organic Caraway Seeds

    • As a biennial plant, caraway won’t mature (produce fruit) until the second growing season, though its leaves in the first year can be a nice addition to a soup or salad. The caraway plant can grow up to three feet tall, with delicate, feathery leaves. Caraway will bloom white or pink flowers from May to July before producing its fruit.
    • Caraway seeds are not seeds at all. The caraway plant produces its seeds in achenes. Achenes are a type of fruit defined by its simple, dried form – and that they contain only one seed. So technically, the “seeds” we use from the caraway plant are actually an achene, or fruit. The fruit (and leaves) of the caraway plant are very similar to other plants in the celery family, which is why caraway is sometimes confused with fennel or cumin.
    • Caraway, however, is a distinct plant. Caraway seeds are also distinct, though only upon close inspection. The crescent shaped caraway seed is darker in color and smoother than the cumin seed. Caraway seeds are also more bitter than cumin. The aroma of caraway seeds can be described as slightly minty or peppery.
    • Caraway seeds have an anise-like (mild licorice) flavor, though it is more complex and less pronounced than the anise flavor in fennel seeds. Like fennel seeds, caraway can be used as an anise seed substitute, but they do have a distinct flavor of their own. Caraway seeds also have an herbal bitterness with pronounced aromatic qualities. This is why caraway seeds are a common savory spice in traditional European cooking and baking
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Spices and grains

A Spice is a seed, fruit, root, bark, or other plant substance primarily used for flavoring, coloring or preserving food. They play a significant role in the way we cook and consume food around the world. Every spice is known for its distinct flavor and essence and the taste that they bring to a recipe. Most of the exotic spices come from the Land of India. Additional to making a dish tasty, Spices boost of various health benefits.They possess a notable nutritional and are a great addition to any dish.

A Grain is a small, hard, dry seed, with or without an attached hull or fruit layer, harvested for human or animal consumption. A grain crop is a grain-producing plant. The two main types of commercial grain crops are cereals and legumes.

Who wants to have that bland dish of porridge fifth time in a week? Make it interesting with a dash of differently flavored spices from mystical land of India. Cooking with spices and herbs not only lessens the urge to shake the salt, but also enhances flavor and adds depth to a number of foods.

We at Naturevibe Botanicals, provide a dedicated range of genuine spices and grains, brought together from different parts of globe to enhance your mood and suit your taste buds.