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Indian spices consists high amount of properties which are essential for good health. They are also world famous appetizers and digestives sources to maintain good health. These spices contains anti-oxidant properties and preservatives. We export wide rage of Indian spices like Red Chillies, Pepper, turmeric, cardamom, cumin and Nutmeg etc...

Turmeric has been put to use as a foodstuff, cosmetic, and medicine. It is widely used as a spice in South Asian and Middle Eastern cooking. It lends curry its distinctive yellow color and flavor. It is used as a coloring agent in cheese, butter, and other foods
Turmeric is used as an herbal medicine for rheumatoid arthritis, chronic anterior uveitis, conjunctivitis, skin cancer, small pox, chicken pox, wound healing, urinary tract infections, and liver ailments . It is also used for digestive disorders; to reduce flatus, jaundice, menstrual difficulties, and colic; for abdominal pain and distension It has anti-inflammatory, choleretic, antimicrobial, and carminative actions. The main clinical targets of turmeric are the digestive organs: in the intestine, for treatment of inflammatory bowel disease and for treatment of colon cancer
Main varieties of Indian Turmeric are Nizamabad, Alleppy, Erode, Sangli, Lakadong (north East) best quality.

Red Chillies: Guntur
Grown extensively in Andhra Pradesh’s Guntur region—from which it gets its name—Guntur red chilli is almost synonymous to all the spicy dishes cooked up in Andhra cuisine. Because of its growing popularity, this red chilli variety is now also grown in the state of Madhya Pradesh. Making for almost 30 per cent of India’s red chilli export, Guntur chillies score 30,000 to 40,000 SHU on the Scolville scale.
Byadagi: Also known as Kaddi Chillies, Byadagi chillies are grown in Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. Hotter than most chilli varieties, Byadagi chillies score 8,000 to 15,000 SHU on the Scolville scale. Quite similar to paprika, this chilli variety is used in Maharashtrian spice blends like Goda Masala. Though crinkly outside, Byadagi chillies are not pungent.
India is the largest producer and consumer of chillies, proving that we Indians do love our red chillies.
Red chilis include a substance called capsaicin that speeds up the body's metabolism, which directly burns calories. Red chilies are an abundant source of vitamin C, which supports the immune system and prevents chronic illnesses. They also contain potent antioxidants that aid in unblocking arteries and blood vessels