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We are a leading Exporter of Trachyspermum Roxburghianum, Myristica Fragrans, Murraya Koenigii, Trachyspermum Ammi, Anethum Sowa and Trigonella Foenum-Graecum from Dehradun, India.

Trachyspermum Roxburghianum
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TypeNatural
Packaging TypePacket
Pack TypePacket
Pack Size1 Kg
BrandHorticultural Impex

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  • Family: Apiaceae
  • Species: T. roxburghianum
  • Common Name: Wild Celery
  • Altitude: up to 1700ft


Description:

  • The small dried fruits, commonly referred to as seeds, are similar in appearance to those of ajwain, celery, and caraway
  • Because of their similarity in both appearance and flavour, it is often confused or substituted with celery seed


Uses:

  • It is a very strong spice, with a characteristic smell similar to parsley and a taste similar to celery
  • A couple of pinches can easily overpower a curry
  • In Bengali cuisine the seeds are used whole, quickly fried in very hot oil until they crackle
  • They are part of a local panch phoron (Bengali five spice) mixture, the other ingredients are cumin seed, fenugreek seed,fennel seed, and kalonji
  • In other places, a common use is in pickles or spice mixtures

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Myristica Fragrans
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Myristica Fragrans

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Pack TypePacket
Pack Size1 Kg
BrandHorticultural Impex
FloweringJuly - Oct.
English NameNutmeg Tree

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  • Family: Myristicaceae
  • Species: M.fragrans
  • Common Name: Curry Leaf Tree
  • Altitude: up to 2242 ft.


Description:

  • Myristica fragrans is a small evergreen tree, usually 5–13 m (16–43 ft) tall, but occasionally reaching 20 m (66 ft)
  • The alternately arranged leaves are dark green,5–15 cm (2.0–5.9 in) long by 2–7 cm (0.8–2.8 in) wide with petioles about 1 cm (0.4 in) long
  • The species is dioecious, i.e. "male" or staminate flowers and "female" or carpellate flowers are borne on different plants, although occasional individuals produce both kinds of flower
  • The flowers are bell-shaped, pale yellow and somewhat waxy and fleshy

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Murraya Koenigii
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Murraya Koenigii

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FloweringJuly - August
BrandeHorticulture
Is It DriedDried
english NameCurry Leaf Tree

Other details:

  • Family: Rutaceae
  • Species: M.koenigii
  • Common Name: Curry Leaf Tree
  • Altitude: up to 4500ft


Description:

  • It is a small tree, growing 4–6 mt tall, with a trunk up to 40 cm diameter
  • The aromatic leaves are pinnate, with 11-21 leaflets, each leaflet 2–4 cm long and 1–2 cm broad
  • The plant produces small white flowers which can self-pollinate to produce small shiny-black berries containing a single, large viable seed
  • Though the berry pulp is edible -- with a sweet but medicinal flavour -- in general, neither the pulp nor seed are used for culinary purposes


Uses:

  • The leaves are highly valued as seasoning in southern and west-coast Indian cooking
  • The leaves of Murraya koenigii are also used as an herb in Ayurvedic medicine
  • They are believed to possess anti-diabetic properties

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Trachyspermum Ammi
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Trachyspermum Ammi

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TypeNatural, Dried
Shelf Life1year
Is It OrganicOrganic

Other details:

  • Family: Apiaceae
  • Species: T. ammi
  • Common Name: Carum, Ajowan
  • Altitude: up to 1700ft


Description:

  • The small fruit pods are pale brown and have an oval shape, resembling caraway and cumin
  • It has a bitter and pungent taste, with a flavour similar to anise and oregano
  • They smell almost exactly like thyme because it also contains thymol, but is more aromatic and less subtle in taste, as well as slightly bitter and pungen
  • Even a small amount of fruit pods tend to dominate the flavour of a dish


Uses:

  • The fruit pods are rarely eaten raw; they are commonly dry-roasted or fried in ghee, clarified butter
  • This allows the spice to develop a more subtle and complex aroma
  • In Indian cuisine it is often part of a baghaar a mixture of spices fried in oil or butter, which is used to flavour lentil dishes
  • It is considered to be an anti flatulent, a spice which reduces the gaseous effects of beans and other legumes
  • In Afghanistan the fruit pods are sprinkled over bread and biscuits

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Anethum Sowa
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Anethum Sowa

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Packaging Size1 Kg
Packaging TypePacket
ColorBrown
FormExtract
Grade StandardBio-Tech Grade
Common NameIndian Dill
Product OfferedSeed
BrandHorticultural Impex

Keeping in mind the vast necessities of the patrons, we are engaged in providing wide range of Anethum Sowa.

Other details:
  • Family: Apiaceae or Carrot family
  • Species: A. Graveolens
  • Common name: Indian Dill, Sowa


Description:

  • Anethum grows up to 90 cm tall, with slender stems and alternate leaves finally divided three or four times into pinnate sections slightly broader than similar leaves of fennel
  • The yellow flower develops into umbels
  • The seeds are not true seeds
  • They are the halves of very small, dry fruits called schizocarps
  • Dill fruits are oval, compressed, winged about one-tenth inch wide, with three longitudinal ridges on the back and three dark lines or oil cells (vittae) between them and two on the flat surface
  • The taste of the fruits somewhat resembles caraway
  • The seeds are smaller, flatter and lighter than caraway and have a pleasant aromatic odor


Uses:

  • Dill is best when used fresh as it loses its flavor rapidly if dried; however, freeze-dried dill leaves retain their flavor relatively well for a few months
  • Dill seed, having a flavor similar to caraway but also resembling that of fresh or dried dill weed, is used as a spice
  • Dill oil is extracted from the leaves, stems and seeds of the plant
  • The oil from the seeds is distilled and used in the manufacturing of soaps

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  • Trigonella Foenum-Graecum
  • Trigonella Foenum-Graecum
  • Trigonella Foenum-Graecum
Trigonella Foenum-Graecum
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TypeNatural

Trigonella foenum-graecum An aromatic annual, 0.4-0.6mt. tall found wild in Kashmir, Punjab and the upper Gangetic plains, and widely cultivated in many parts of India. Two fairly distinct types of palnts are recognized; the dwarf type, grown for culinary puroses; and the tall-growing type, known as Meta in Punjab, grown for fodder. Leaves pinnate, 3 foliolate; leaflets 2.0 - 2.5cm long, oblanceolate-oblong, obscurely dentate; flowers white or yellowish white, 1 or 2, axillary; pods 3 -15 cm long, 10 - 20 seeded; seeds greenish brown, 2.5 x 2.0 - 3.5 mm. oblong with a deep greeove across one corner giving the seeds a hooked appearance.

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Piper Nigrum
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BrandHorticultural Impex
FloweringDec. - Jan.
Packaging Size1 Kg
PackagingPacket
English NameBlack Pepper

Other details:
  • Family: Piperaceae
  • Species: P. nigrum
  • Common Name: Black Pepper


Description:

  • A climber that grows to a height or length of 10 m or more
  • Once the main stem is established it grows many side shoots to create a bushy column
  • Almond-shaped, tapering towards the tip, dark green and shiny above, paler green below, arranged alternately on the stems. Borne in clusters along flowering stalks known as spikes
  • 50–150 whitish to yellow-green flowers are produced on a spike
  • Round, berry-like, up to 6 mm in diameter, green at first but turning red as they ripen, each containing a single seed. 50–60 fruits are borne on each spike
  • Fruits are picked when green and immature to produce green pepper; when fully grown but still green and shiny to produce black pepper; and when slightly riper to produce white pepper (for which the fruits are also soaked to remove the fleshy outer layer)

Uses:

  • The fruits of Piper nigrum are used to make black pepper
  • This hotly pungent spice is one of the earliest known and most widely used spices in the world today
  • It is used as flavouring, particularly for savoury foods, meat dishes, sauces and snack foods
  • It is also used as a table condiment.
  • Black pepper, white pepper and green peppercorns are all produced from Piper nigrum fruits, but are harvested at different times and are processed differently
  • Black pepper is also used to produce pepper oil and oleoresin, which are frequently used in the production of convenience foods and sometimes also for perfumery
  • Of lesser importance is the use of preserved immature green pepper or fresh pepper fruits, which are eaten more like a vegetable
  • In Ayurvedic medicine, black pepper has been used to aid digestion, improve appetite, treat coughs, colds, breathing and heart problems, colic, diabetes, anaemia and piles
  • Stomach ailments such as dyspepsia, flatulence, constipation and diarrhoea are all treated with black pepper, which may be mixed with other substances such as castor oil, cow's urine or ghee

 

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Apium Graveolens
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Apium Graveolens

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TypeDried
Shelf Life1year
Is It OrganicOrganic

We are an acclaimed name indulged in offering our patrons a superior quality range of Apium Graveolens.

Other details:
  • Family: Apiaceae
  • Species: A. graveolens
  • Common name: Celery, Ajwain-ka-patta (Indian)
  • Altitude: 2286mt


Description:

  • Apium graveolens is a BIENNIAL growing to 0.6 m (2ft) by 0.3 m (1ft in)
  • It is hardy 6 and is not frost tender
  • It is in flower from Jun to August, and the seeds ripen from Aug to September
  • The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) and are pollinated by Flies, self
  • The plant is self-fertile


Uses:

  • Celery is used around the world as a vegetable
  • In Europe the hypocotyl is used as a root vegetable
  • The leaves are strongly flavoured and are used less often, either as a flavouring in soups and stews or as a dried herb
  • The use of celery seed in pills for relieving pain
  • Celery is used in weight-loss diets, where it provides low-calorie dietary fibre bulk

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  • Elettaria Cardamomum
  • Elettaria Cardamomum
  • Elettaria Cardamomum
Elettaria Cardamomum
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Elettaria Cardamomum

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TypeDried
English NameCardamom,Lesser Cardamom

Elettaria cardamomum a tall herbaceous perennial, with branching subterranean rootstock, from which arise a number of upright leafy shoots, 5-12ft. high, bearing alternate, elliptical or lanceolate sheathing leaves, 1-3 ft long. Flowers borne in panicles, 2-4 ft long, arising from the base of vegetative shoots; panicles upright at first and ultimateliy pendient or prostrate; flowers about 1.5 inches long, white or pale green in colour with a central lip streaked with violet, borne in a close series on the rachis; they are bisexual, but self-sterile, and open in succession from the base towards the tip. Furits trilocular capsules, fusiform to ovoid, pale green to yellow in colour, containing 15-20 hard, browinish black, angled and rugose seeds, covered by a thin mucilaginous membrane. The herb is also helpful in treating gum and teeth infections, throat congestion and kidney disorders. It is sensitive to drought and water-logging.

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