- Material KERALA NATURAL SPICES
- Application FOR INDIAN CUSINE, AYURVEDIC TREATMENT
- Feature GARAM MASALA
- Age Group Suitable for All Ages, Men, Women, Adults, Children, Infants
- Use Multiple Use
- Volume 100 Kilogram(Kg)
- Color NATURAL
- Supply Ability : 10 Kilograms Per Month
Price And Quantity
- 100 Kilograms
- 530.00 - 1200.00 INR/Kilograms
- FOR INDIAN CUSINE, AYURVEDIC TREATMENT
- 42 Months
- GARAM MASALA
- Dry Place
- Multiple Use
- KERALA NATURAL SPICES
- 100 Kilogram(Kg)
- Suitable for All Ages, Men, Women, Adults, Children, Infants
- Cash Against Delivery (CAD)
- 10 Kilograms Per Month
- 48 Hours
- All India
Hilly tracts of western ghat and red soil of Kerala are most suitable for clove cultivations. Cloves are the flower buds of the clove tree, an evergreen also known as Syzygium aromaticum. The cloves growing district in state of Kerala, India are Kozhikode, Kottyam, Kollam and Thiruvananthapuram. Clove is propagated through seed obtained from ripened fruit know as mother of clove. Fruit is taken from tree with more than 15 years of age and steady yielding nature. The ripened seed have to drop down naturally. Cloves trees begin to bear flower seven to eight year after planting. Unopened flower buds are carefully picked when they turn from green to pink. The buts are then allowed to dry for 4 to 5 days till they become crisp and dark brown in color. There is a huge demand for clove at domestic and international due to many of its health benefits. Clove, with its incredible antiquity was once used by the people of Kerala to improve their dental hygiene. Hence it has excellent medicinal properties..
Health Benefits of Clove:
Cloves have been used as both a spice and medicine in India for thousands of years. In ayurvedic practice cloves treat tooth decay and halitosis. Additional health benefits include improving digestion, strengthening the immune system, and eliminating headaches.
Cloves have historically been used in Indian cuisine of (North India and South India). Whole cloves are frequently used to flavor meat dishes, curries, and soups. In North Indian cuisine, it is used in almost all rich or spicy dishes as an ingredient of a mix named garam masala, along with other spices, although it is not an everyday ingredient for home cuisine, nor is it used in summer very often. Dried cloves are also a key ingredient in Indian masala chai, spiced tea, a special variation of tea popular in some regions, notably Gujarat.
- There are no particular verities of cloves in India but few commercial varieties are :
PIPL offer superior quality cloves which are cultivated in hygienic and favorable growing conditions. We provide our exclusive range of Cloves after strictly testing and analyzing them on well-defined quality parameter to gain complete client satisfaction and offering them best quality product. These products are packed in suitable way, which can be available in bulk packings of 100 Grams, 250 Grams, 500 Grams, & 1000 Grams. We ensure timely deliveries as per the customer's requirements.