Tamarind - Imli - 200g - Naturally Extracted

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Tamarind or Imli is extracted from Tamarind tree a native tree of India. This is widley used in food making(curries and Chutneys) and medicine making across India.Health Benefits: May help to treat constipation, liver and gallbladder...
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Tamarind or Imli is extracted from Tamarind tree a native tree of India. This is widley used in food making(curries and Chutneys) and medicine making across India.

Health Benefits:

  • May help to treat constipation, liver and gallbladder problems, and stomach disorders.
  • May help to treat colds and fever.
  • May help to treat pregnancy-related nausea.
  • May help to treat intestinal worms for children
  • Thick paste of tamarind seeds is used as a cast for broken bones.
  • An extract of tamarind seeds is used in eye drops for dry eyes.

Minimum Order Quantity (MOQ): 200 grams

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Best before 12 months.

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