Spices (Powder And Whole)

Cumin Seeds
Cummin seed or jeera is seeds of flowering plant Cuminum Cyminum.It is extensively used in India to season dishes. Due to its numerous medicinal properties, jeera is used as an ingredient in many home remedies and ayurvedic preparations. The strong aroma of jeera or cumin seeds is due to the presence of compound cuminaldehyde

Coriander Seeds
Like other spices coriander is available throughout the year providing a fragrant flavor that is reminiscent of both citrus peel and sage. The fruit of the coriander plant contains two seeds which, when dried, are the portions used as the dried spice. When ripe, the seeds are yellowish-brown in color with longitudinal ridges.

Ajwain Seeds
Ajwain is a very older and well known Ayurvedic spice. The oriental unani researcher, the ajwain seeds combine the powerful and stimulant qualities of capsicum, bitter property of chiretta and anti spasmodic qualities of asafoetida. Ajwain has been used as a carminative medicine from the ancient times.

Dill Seeds
The dill plant is a member of the same family as the carrot, anise, celery, parsley, fennel, and coriander. The dill seeds are light brown in color, winged and oval in shape, having one flattened side, along with two ridges. The convex side of the seeds has three ridges and oil channels each. 

Turmeric Finger
Turmeric is the ancient and sacred spice of India.Indian Turmeric, which is also popularly known as "Indian Saffron",because of its bright yellow color, is considered the best in the world. It is the dried rhizome of a herbaceous perennial tropical plant. The primary rhizomes which are rather round in shape are called bulbs

Mustard Seeds
ustard seeds are yellowish colored, small seeds that are used as a spice in many countries. These seeds are obtained from bush like mustard plant that belongs to the genus Brassica that also include vegetables like cabbage and turnips.

Tamarind Whole
This tart tropical fruit, also known as Indian date, brings an appealing pucker to marinades, sauces, stir-fries and refreshing drinks. In the West Indies, where tamarind also grows, it is used frequently in fruit drinks. Tamarind makes a great secret barbeque sauce and marinade ingredient

Black Pepper
A touch of black pepper is added to approximately every type of recipe imaginable. Once used as money and presented to the gods as a sacred offering, it is lucky that this most trendy of spices is available throughout the year.

Fennel Seed
Fennel seed has a perfumed odor and flavor. It has been worn for centuries and may be found growing wild in many parts of the world, especially dry limestone soils near the sea-coast and upon river-banks. Fennel has a thick bright green root-stock and stout stems. The four to five feet tall plant has a certain beauty about it.

Fenugreek Seed
Fenugreek is an herb that is commonly found growing in the Mediterranean region of the world. While the seeds and leaves are primarily used as a culinary spice, it is also used to treat a variety of health problems. Fenugreek seeds have been found to contain protein, vitamin C, niacin, potassium, and diosgenin.

Red Chilly / Red Chilly
Chilli is sharp, hot, motivating, and helps in digestion, It develops blood and causes the formation of bile in the body, it is a recommended diet in cholera it also eliminates worms in the intestines and causes irritation. It destroys phlegm, and gives relief from pain. It is helpful in loose motion. Dry chilli is considered to be an eliminator of flatulence.

Green Cardamom
Cardamom spice is a extremely aromatic spice. Its unique slightly sweet and savory flavor allows it to be combined with both sweet and savory dishes. Cardamom seed's skill to enhance so many types of food is why it is combined with a wide choice of other ingredients. From seafood to sauces, to meats, poultry, vegetables, and even desserts, pastries, and other baked goods.

The fragrant, sweet and warm taste of cinnamon is a perfect spice to use during the winter months. Cinnamon has a long history both as a spice and as a medicine. It is the brown bark of the cinnamon tree, which is available in its dried tubular form known as a quill or as ground powder.