Palm Jaggery

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Highlights

  • Source of Vitamin B complex and ascorbic acid.
  • Clears respiratory tracts, stomach, and intestines.
  • Produces a cooling effect on the body.
  • Aids in digestion and reduces constipation.
  • Provides energy for long periods.

 

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Description

Palm Jaggery is made from the extract of palm trees. It is dark yellow in color, amorphous solid with a gooey consistency. Palm Jaggery is obtained organically without the use of chemicals agents such as Sulphur dioxide, lime and bleaching agents that are used in the manufacturing process of white sugar. Palm Jaggery is beneficial than refined sugar. It is primarily used as a natural sweetener, cleanses your body, acts as a digestive agent and provides energy. Palm Jaggery is made naturally and loaded with minerals and vitamins. Palm Jaggery is highly beneficial to pregnant ladies to ease difficulties in pregnancy from the 7-month on-wards when consumed in the form of traditional concoctions (Kashayam in Tamil).

Namma Veedu takes great care in sourcing organic palm jaggery for its customers so that they can enjoy the wholesome health benefits it offers.

Benefits of Palm Jaggery:

  • Source of Vitamin B complex and ascorbic acid.
  • Clears respiratory tracts, stomach, and intestines.
  • Produces a cooling effect on the body.
  • Aids in digestion and reduces constipation.
  • Provides energy for long periods.
  • Cures anemia and beneficial for the pregnant woman.
  • Cleanses the liver.
  • Regulates Premenstrual syndrome.
  • Provides effective remedy for migraines.
  • Rich Source Of Minerals
  • Restores Healthy Digestion
  • Rich In Nutrients
  • Energy Booster
  • Active Cleanser
  • Relieves Constipation
  • Relieves Many Common Ailments

 

 

Additional information

Weight N/A
Brand

Namma Veedu

Country of Origin

India

Ingredient Type

Vegetarian

Ingredients

Palm Syrup

Product Type

Plant

Quantity

400gm, 900gm, 2000gm, 3000gm

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