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Black Pepper


Black pepper is the whole, partially ripened fruit from the berries of the pepper plant. Black peppercorns are picked when almost ripe and sun-dried, turning the outer layer black. It is also known as King Of Spices because of rich anti-oxidants and other nutrients. From a culinary standpoint, black pepper's uses are almost endless; traditionally used for coating meats; adding pepper to warm beverages like tea; sprinkling on freshly cut fruit for a spicy kick; and grinding pepper into a bowl of olive oil with balsamic vinegar to create a dipping sauce for bread and vegetables. It helps in digestion and has the ability of reaching the minutest channels in the body to remove the accumulated toxins. Black Pepper is extremely useful for respiratory disorders and asthma. The use of this ingredient helps in digestion and also gives relieve from gaseous distension and indigestion.

Dehydrated Green Pepper


Green Peppercorns are the unripe berries of a tropical vine. The same berries are processed to make black pepper. Green peppercorns have a milder but more complex and fresh flavor than most other peppercorns. Green peppercorns can be sliced or chopped or eaten whole (pickled). The green peppercorns have a much suppressed pepper flavor. Green peppercorns are usually frozen dried or preserved in brine or pickled. In addition to being a culinary treat, green peppercorns have numerous health benefits. They are good for the digestive system, reducing gas while increasing hydrochloric acid in the stomach which aid with digestion and helps reduce several types of stomach distress. Green peppercorns are high in iron, vitamin K, and antioxidants. The skin of the peppercorn is helpful in breaking down fat cells, so eating green peppercorns can even help you lose weight. Green peppercorns have anti-cancer properties as well.

White Pepper


Black and white peppercorns are both the fruit of the pepper plant, but they are processed differently. To produce white peppercorns, the outer layer is removed before or after drying, leaving only the inner seed. White pepper tastes hotter than black but is less complex, with fewer flavor notes, milder, more delicate flavor than black pepper because it contains lesser piperine, the volatile oil that gives pepper its characteristic flavor. While black pepper is more common in American kitchens, using white pepper in light-colored dishes for aesthetic reasons (such as white sauces and mashed potatoes) is a tradition that originated in French cookery. It is common in Chinese cooking and petradish also uses it in aromatic Vietnamese soups and pork dishes, as well as in many Swedish preparations.



Nutmeg is a slightly sweet spice used in cuisine all over the world. A dusting of nutmeg gives aroma and enhances the taste of your food, mainly used in soups, stews, cheesecakes, marinades, pies, puddings, custards, cookies , spice cake and in any dish that you relish. Nutmeg is used as medicinal spice for centuries; it gives relieve from digestive problems. A pinch of nutmeg in a glass of milk can give you better sleep. Paste of nutmeg in water or honey can make your skin look clearer. It has antibacterial properties that protect tooth and gum. It keeps the brain sharp and acts as a shield against Alzheimer’s. It improves blood circulation and is known to treat kidney infection.



Mace is a spice made from the waxy red covering which covers nutmeg seeds. This aromatic mace spice is especially used as a colorant and flavoring agent in sweets, pie, cakes, donuts, etc. The flavor is similar to that of nutmeg and can be used much like nutmeg in things like spice cookies, curries, soups, cream sauces, roasts, meat marinate and a range of other ingredients. Potassium present in mace is significant for controlling heart rate and blood pressure. It contains iron which is essential for red blood cell production. It is an important ingredient in many cough syrups and cold rubs as it helps in relieving cough and cold. Further, it is very effective in treating asthma. Since mace is a great stimulator, it stimulates the brain and eliminates any signs of mental exhaustion and stress. Mace can be considered as a good remedy for anxiety as well as depression. It enhances concentration and increases the overall efficiency at study and work. Mace is antiseptic in nature and is an important ingredient in several toothpastes. It effectively cures toothaches, aching gums, and bad breath.

Coffee Powder


The coffee beans are handpicked and sundried. It is then roasted and powdered to form a fine powder. It is available with and without chicory.

Coffee Beans


Coffee bean is the pit inside the red or purple fruit often referred to as a cherry. When the fruit is ripe, it is handpicked. Even though they are seeds, they are referred to as 'beans' because of their resemblance to true beans. Coffee is one of the world's most widely consumed beverages.



Cardamom is an aromatic herb from the ginger family. It can be used in flavored rice, pan cake, stews, soups, purees, in all types of sweet pastry and bread dishes. A pinch of dried cardamom in a cup of hot coffee or tea will bring out flavor. It is effective in improving digestion. It is a good stimulant and beneficial for those suffering from flatulence and gas. Cardamom also helps in cleansing the body as it has detoxifying properties. It improves blood circulation to the lungs and can be helpful in prevention of spasms or convulsions. Cardamom enhances appetite and provides relief from acidity in the stomach.



Cambodgia (Malabar Tamarind) is a tropical fruit that is found in parts of Asia and Africa. The ripe fruits are cut and sundried for a day and then smoked till black. In culinary skill, it is used to add a sour flavor to sea foods. It is said to heal ulcers, promotes digestion and even helps relieve arthritis related pain. It is widely known to reduce weight as it suppress appetite; it works by blocking an enzyme called citrate lyase which is the one responsible for converting carbohydrates into fats and sugars. This means that any fat that is consumed never really gets to make it to the cells but rather is excreted with the rest of the waste.



Cinnamon is a spice obtained from the inner bark of several trees from the genus Cinnamomum that is used in both sweet and savory foods. Cinnamon has long been a popular spice in baking and cooking. It lower cholesterol, blood sugar regulation, and when added to food, it inhibits bacterial growth and food spoilage, making it a natural food preservative.



Cloves are the dried, flower bud of the evergreen tree. It has an aromatic and spicy smell and taste that greatly compliment many dishes. They can be used in dishes that include poultry or meat, stocks and you can add a pinch to almost any meal. It can add a new dimension to some of your old dishes. It can temporarily treat a toothache, reduce inflammation, treat scrapes and bruises, relieve upper respiratory infections and improve digestion.



Vanilla is the fruit of an orchid plant, which grows in the form of a bean pod. Vanilla is widely used in both commercial and domestic baking, perfume manufacture and aromatherapy. This spice is especially used as flavouring agent in a wide array of sweet-drinks and confectionaries, for making ice-cream and sweet puddings.


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