If you love rajma, there’s nothing better than the Munsiari variety – named after the region it is grown in. These beans were harvested by a women’s farmer group and brought to you for a sumptuously fresh experience. Gandrayani herb grow in the wilderness of Temperate forests in the Himalayas.
Rich in proteins and fibre. Aids Digestion. Rajma is rich in proteins that aid in maintaining the integrity of the body tissues. Gandrayani has numerous medicinal properties. It aids in digesting pulses by counter-acting on the pulse protein inhibitors.
Uses. Soak rajma overnight and cook with Gandrayani to deactivate the components that lead to flatulence and indigestion. Taken with honey Gandrayani acts as a remedy for cough and congestion
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