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Sanchomee's paan mukhwas gulkand

Betelmoon - Paan Mukhwas Gulkand is a 100% natural, handmade and sun-dried authentic recipe. Its prepared using the finest quality ingredients such as gulkand, menthol, paan leaf, saunf, elaichi etc and packed in a very hygienic condition to ensure better quality and flavor. If consumed post meal, its unique delicious combination of sweet and minty flavor refreshes and freshens the mouth.

Contents of Betelmoon - Paan Mukhwas Gulkand

1. Sucrose

Sucrose, are colorless sweet-tasting crystals that dissolve in water. Its also referred to as table sugar and it occurs naturally in sugarcane, sugar beets, sugar maple sap, dates and honey.

2. Glucose

Glucose, also called dextrose is one of a group of carbohydrates known as simple sugars. It’s the chief source of energy in the blood and the main sugar the body manufactures. Glucose normally comes from the food we eat; fruits, honey etc.

3. Betel Leaves

Betel leaves, are heart shaped, deep green colored leaves that belongs to the family of Piperaceae. According to the Hindu rituals, they are considered to be very auspicious and mostly used in all kinds of Hindu ceremonies. With properties like detoxification, antioxidation and antimutation, the leaves are used for the treatment of oral cavity, gastric and wound healing.

4. Rose Petals

Rose Petals, referred to as ‘Queen of the flowers’ are the most ancient medicinal plants. Its unique strong, sweet scent spreads a positive effect on our body, mind and skin. Apart from being a well-known beauty ingredient, the petals are also used to spice up the sexual life, combat stress and lose weight naturally.

5. Long Pepper (Pippali)

Long Pepper, sometimes called Indian long pepper is a flowering vine from the family Piperaceae. Its used as spice, pickles, preservatives, foods, beverages, liquors and medicines. Its used in combination with other herbs in order to make various Ayurvedic medicines. The fruit and root of the plant are used to make medicine which helps improve appetite, digestion, treats stomachache, heartburn, indigestion, intestinal gas, diarrhea and cholera.

6. Raw Papapa

Raw papaya, a super food which beats the goodness of many tropical fruits. Its rich in vitamins A, C, E, B, enzymes and phytonutrients, which makes a person both physical and mentally healthy. Apart from beauty benefits, raw papaya is loaded with numerous health benefits; helps to aid digestion, smoothens inflammation and useful for skin care.

7. Fennel Seeds

Fennel Seeds, also called saunf which have a sweet, powerful flavor that’s similar to licorice. It’s a very common ingredient used in Indian household for cooking purpose. Its rich in Copper, Potassium, Calcium, Zinc, Manganese, Vitamin C, Iron and Magnesium which helps to beat bad breath. In many parts of the world, fennel seeds are used medicinally to treat everything from menstrual cramps to bad gas.

8. Dried Coriander Seeds

Dried coriander seeds, is a flowering plant that belongs to the parsley, carrots and celery family. The coriander leaves are used to flavor many Indian and international dishes. Majorly people add them in soups, curries and masalas. The seeds are filled with fibers that aids digestion, improves bowel movement, promotes insulin growth and cures allergies.

9. Menthol

Menthol a covalent organic compound made synthetically or obtained from peppermint or other mint oils. With its anesthetic and anti-irritating properties, its widely used to relieve minor throat irritations, treats mild to moderate muscle and joint pain. Its commonly used to add peppermint flavor to candies and other products.

10. Bamboo Manna (Vanshalochan)

Bamboo manna, a form of herbal silica obtained from female bamboo trees. It belongs to the plant family of Gramineae / Poaceae, which is found most abundantly on the planet Earth. It’s mostly used in Ayurvedic and Unani medicine. Its sweet and cooling properties is effective in treating impotence, male sexual disorders, cough, asthma, bronchitis, burning sensations, diseases of the blood, tuberculosis, leprosy and fever.

11. Cardamom

Cardamom, world’s ancient spice is famous for its intense, slightly sweet and minty flavor. It belongs from the ginger family, and is world widely used both in sweets and savory recipes. Its medicinal properties have been accepted since years and used to treat indigestion, asthma and bad breath.

12. Cinnamon

Cinnamon, is a highly delicious spice which has been prized for its medicinal properties for thousands of years. Its commonly used in cooking and baking. All the parts of the cinnamon tree i.e. bark, leaves, flowers, fruits and roots all have been used in making traditional medicines. Medical physicians use cinnamon to treat coughing, hoarseness and sore throats.

13. Sodium Benzoate

Sodium benzoate, a type of salt-based preservative that is added to sodas, packaged foods, condiments, medicines, beverages and personal care products in order to extend their shelf life. It’s a man-made compound specifically made to prevent spoilage of food items from harmful bacteria, yeasts and mold. It’s often found in berries, apples, plums, cinnamon and several other natural foods.

14. Potassium Sorbate

Potassium Sorbate, a man-made chemical preservative that has been used for almost 200 years in the baking industry to prevent mold, yeast and microbes. It’s an odorless and tasteless salt produced from sorbic acid and potassium hydroxide. Its commonly used in cakes, icings, beverage syrups, cheese, dried fruits, margarine, pie fillings and wine.

15. Nature Identical Betel Leaf Flavor

Nature identical betel leaf flavor, brings out the natural flavor of Paan and helps to fight the summer heat. The leaves contain high quantities of moisture, proteins, fats, minerals, vitamins, phytochemicals and antioxidants which are beneficial for both skin and overall health. Its antiseptic, antifungal and antibacterial properties help to treat diseases caused by bacteria and fungus.

16. Natural Green colour

Natural green color, makes it the perfect natural food which provides a little added nutritional benefit like added fiber, vitamin C and minerals. It’s basically prepared from the pigments present in chlorophyll. It’s used in pancakes, oatmeal, eggs, muffins, smoothies, sugar confectionery and dairy products.