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Nannari Powder (Hemidesmus indicus)

₹129.00
Why you should buy this?
  • This plant found in South Asia
  • The roots are known to be very aromatic, emitting a sweet scent reminiscent of a combination of vanilla, cinnamon and almonds
  • It is used to make beverages and also used in traditional medicine
  • It is used in the form of powder, infusion or decoction as syrup
  • The syrup made with an infusion of the roots is used to make a Sherbet, and is served at most small refreshment shops in South India.

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ALL ABOUT THIS PRODUCT
This plant found in South Asia. The roots are known to be very aromatic, emitting a sweet scent reminiscent of a combination of vanilla, cinnamon and almonds. It is used to make beverages and also used in traditional medicine. It is used in the form of powder, infusion or decoction as syrup. The syrup made with an infusion of the roots is used to make a Sherbet, and is served at most small refreshment shops in South India.
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ALL ABOUT THIS PRODUCT
This plant found in South Asia. The roots are known to be very aromatic, emitting a sweet scent reminiscent of a combination of vanilla, cinnamon and almonds. It is used to make beverages and also used in traditional medicine. It is used in the form of powder, infusion or decoction as syrup. The syrup made with an infusion of the roots is used to make a Sherbet, and is served at most small refreshment shops in South India.
INGREDIENTS
HOW TO USE

RATINGS AND REVIEWS
RATINGS AND REVIEWS

ALL ABOUT THIS PRODUCT
This plant found in South Asia. The roots are known to be very aromatic, emitting a sweet scent reminiscent of a combination of vanilla, cinnamon and almonds. It is used to make beverages and also used in traditional medicine. It is used in the form of powder, infusion or decoction as syrup. The syrup made with an infusion of the roots is used to make a Sherbet, and is served at most small refreshment shops in South India.
INGREDIENTS
HOW TO USE