Name a dish that captures the essence of winters and delectably so! Many fancy items would cross your mind but imagine a lump of freshly made Murabba. Drooling already? Ah yes, does the trick for me too. A childhood favorite for all of us and has some good reasons to be called one actually: healthy, tasty, ease of storage, carriage, and loved by everyone across all age groups. I have tried to create and preserve the same semblance of good old times.
Harad, a well-known superfood according to our Ayurveda, especially for raising immunity, helping restore the balance of Pitta (or bile). Few of the benefits of Harad:
Improves digestive health and prevents constipation due to its inherent deepan (appetizer), pachan (digestive), and rechana (laxative) properties
Helps in weight loss: Helps in proper digestion of food and increases metabolism. Also removes toxins from the body
Improves immunity due to its inherent Rasayana (rejuvenating) properties
Has been known to keep the joints and nervous system healthy
This murabba is made with the Harad fruit, not only tastes good but packs a lot of nutrients and goodness according to our Ayurveda.
Perfect homemade dessert when craving something sweet
Also, thrill your taste buds with various flavors of Homemade Murabbas:
Amla Murabba, Kachcha Aam Murabba, Gajar Murabba, Apple Murabba, Wood Apple (Bel) Murabba
Note: This murabba is packed in a food-grade liner due to logistical constraints. Please cut open the liner and transfer the contents to the same glass jar.
Harad Murabba – A superfood from Ayurveda Perfect homemade dessert when craving something sweet
Approx. values per 100g
Energy (kcal): 357.6
Protein (g): 0.4
Carbohydrate (g): 88.9
Sugar (g): 50.6
Total Fat (g): Not Detected
Chebulic Myrobalan (harad) and sugar
Store in a cool and dry place away from direct sunlight
Best until 6 months from manufacturing date
We have a processing time of 7 to 14 days on all our products, however, it may take 3-4 weeks for final delivery depending on your location and Pincode.
Harad Murabba – A superfood from Ayurveda