Best Dry Fruits In Pakistan

Ever wondered about the nutritional requirements of the body? Ever wondered about the causes of sluggishness, hair fall, retarded memory, weak immunity, bone ache, muscle weakness, tooth decay, etc.? It’s vital to keep track of the body’s nutritive graph to ensure the sustenance of a wholesome, healthy body.

Dry fruits, seeds, and nuts are the richest and the most delicious source of hygiene and organic nutrients. An ounce of dry fruits daily does wonders for the body and health than all the world’s medication and therapies. Here is the list of the power-packed nuts that guarantee to fill up the nutritional deficiency gaps in the body.

It would be awesome if we could be healthy by just taking supplements. Sadly, it’s not that simple! Our immune system isn’t aware of what we consume (whether good or bad); instead it simply protects us from anything that seems unnatural.

This makes the task of delivery more important than the supplement itself. The good news is that leading towards wellbeing can be as easy as tapping into ancient nutrients with the help of Shilajit! The particular combination of Plant Derived Minerals bound to Humic and Fulvic Acids found in shilajit price in pakistan is readily accepted and absorbed by any organism on Earth as it’s been here since life first began.

Shilajit aka Salajeet is a blackish stone extracted from the Himalayan and Karakorum ranges. It is widely available in Gilgit Dry Fruits Bazar. It develops over the slow decomposition of herbs and plants in the mountains for centuries. That is why it contains high amounts of minerals.

Benefits of Shilajit:

  •  Altitude Sickness
  • Alzheimer’s Disease
  • Aging
  • Male Infertility
  • Low Testosterone level

Shilajit is available in cream/liquid form. Dissolve a portion the size of a pea or apricot nut size in water or preferably milk, and drink one or two times a day.

A handful of mulberries freshly picked off the bountiful branches – if that makes you nostalgic, you must be familiar with the many benefits of mulberries as well. But if you have had mulberries just for their sheer juicy taste and were unaware of their many health benefits, fret not – we got you covered.

Also commonly known as “Shahtoot”, mulberries, like most berries, are chockful with important nutrients, polyphenols, anthocyanins, and other antioxidants. These not only protect your body from the harmful effects of toxic free radicals but also help improve your skin, hair, and overall health. In this article, we take a detailed look at the key benefits of mulberries and the ways you can include them in your diet. Read on to learn more.

Simply put, mulberry is a berry that comes from a tree called Morus Alba. We usually think that mulberries are red, but there are white, black, and blue versions of them too. Mulberry trees can grow up to 10 feet per year and reach full maturity at 30 feet. The leaves, which are the favorite food of silkworms, fall off in winter and grow back the following season. Mulberries ripen over a few months and fully mature in May.

The structure of the mulberries is very similar to that of the blackberry (not the phone!). They taste similar to a grapefruit. They are sweet and can be eaten in the dry form.

Mulberries have interesting names in local dialects. They are called ‘Shahtoot‘ in Hindi, ‘Mulberi’ in Malay, ‘Morbær’ in Norwegian, ‘Mora’ in Spanish and ‘Mullbär’ in Swedish. ‘Kambali Pandu‘ in Telugu, ‘Mucukkattaip palam’ in Tamil, ‘Hippunerale‘ in Kannada, ‘Shetur‘ in Gujarati, ‘Tutee‘ in Marathi, and ‘Shatut‘ in Punjabi. The names are quite tricky to remember, so let’s just stick to ‘mulberry.’ Whatever the name is, mulberries are delicious and nutritious.

Mulberries are extensively grown in the warm regions of Asia, Africa, and America. So, if you live in these areas, you can easily get hold of a fresh batch and gorge on gleefully.

Also, there are a handful of interesting recipes of jams, jellies, smoothies, pancakes, desserts, sauces, and wine that incorporate mulberries in them and some of them are mentioned below for you to try.

Now, let’s get into the scientific details of mulberries. Mulberries are scientifically known as ‘morus,’ and is a part of a genus of flowering plants called the Moraceae. Moracea includes 10-16 species of deciduous trees that produce mulberries.

Mulberries are related to figs and breadfruit. Technically, mulberries are not single berries. Each mulberry is a concentrated fruit, and the fruits in the aggregation are arranged concentrically around a central axis.

Mulberries were used in Asia for centuries. The white mulberry, in specific, is native to China. Also, the same mulberry type was taken to Europe centuries ago and naturalized. Soon, the same white mulberry was introduced in colonial America mainly to support the silkworm industry as mulberry leaves are the only food for silkworms.

The red mulberry is native to the eastern United States and the Gulf Coast. The black mulberry is native to western Asia and has also been grown in Europe from before the Roman ages.

Now, let’s go back in time and find out more about the history of mulberries. Shall we?

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