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500 Grams
  • About this product :

    The ripe fruit of the tamarind is used as a flavourer. it's a moderate size to an outsized, evergreen tree, up to twenty four meters in high and seven meters. The bark is brown or dark grey, lengthways and horizontally fissured. Leaves ar compound up to fifteen cm long leaflets ar 10-20 pairs, oblong, 8-30 mm. Flowers ar tiny, yellow with pink stripes pods ar seven.5-20 cm long, 2.5 cm broad, 1 cm thick, additional or less constricted between seeds, slightly recurvate, chromatic coloured.Seeds ar 3-12 rectangular compressed, 1.5 cm, dark brown shining. pericarp is light-weight chromatic, sweetish, or acidic, edible pulp traversed by branched woody strands. The outer cowl of the pod is fragile and simply distinct.

    Origin and distribution:

    Tamarind originated in Madagascar and is currently extensively cultivated in Asian nation, Myanmar, Bangladesh, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, Thailand, and several other African, Central yankee, and South yankee countries. In Asian nation it's primarily mature in Madhya Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, and Mysore. The tree isn't exacting as regards soil however thrives best in deep deposit. The tree prefers a heat climate however is sensitive to frost. Tamarind is suited to the semi-tropical region with low rain. It will come back up even in saline, alcalescent and gravelly soils, and soils at risk of erosion.

    Indian Name of spices:

    Assamese: Teteli Bengali: Tentul Gujarati: Amli Kannada: Huli Kashmiri: Tambari Malayalam: Puli, Valanpuli Hindi: Imli Oriya: Dalima Punjabi: Imli Sanskrit: Tintiri, Amli Tamil: Puli Telugu: Chintapandu.



    Tamarind pulp is employed in varied preparation preparations. it's conjointly a material for the preparation of wine-like beverages. The tamarind kernel powder was extensively used for its filler properties in textile, confectionery, cosmetics, and pharmaceutical industries. The reproductive structure is employed in coloring and tanning business. The tender leaves and flowers used as vegetables. In medication it's used as savory, laxative, healing and anti-helminthic. it's used against pathology.

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