Premium Quality Chironji Nuts from Nutraj also known as Almondette Kernel are low in calories yet high in protein and nutritional fibre. Chironji can also be eaten raw or used to make desserts. Chironji seeds are used to increase the flavour and nutrients of a variety of Indian sweets, including variations of Kheer, ice cream, and porridge. Chironji contains vitamins such as vitamin C, vitamin B1, vitamin B2, and niacin.
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Health: Chironji is high in protein and dietary fibre while being low in calories and it may also aid in enhancing stamina, removing fatigue, and improving immunity.
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Anytime Snack: These sweet and salty, nutty seeds can either be consumed raw or by slight roasting, at any time of the day but in measured quantity to avoid any harmful effect.
Product Description: Precisely sourced by our in-house professionals these Chironji nuts come in 100 gms premium packages that have no chemicals. The packaging is done in such a way that you can enjoy and savour the taste of health without losing on any of its benefits.
Chironji is a nutty seed derived from the plant which has the botanical name Buchanania lanzan. This plant, commonly known as the Almondette tree, belongs to the Anacardiaceae family. Although the Chironji plant is indigenous to India, it is also grown extensively in Thailand, Vietnam, Burma, Laos, and Yunnan. The tree grows natively in tropical deciduous forests of Northern, Western, and Central India.
Chironji is known by several names across the world. Some popular names for this tree are Chirauli nut, Chirauli nut tree, Narrow-leaved buchanania, Cheraunji nut tree, Chironji nut, Cuddapa almond, Broad-leaved bachanania, Cheronjee, Cuddapah almond, Calumpong nut, Buchanan's Mango, Buchanania lanzan, Charoli Nut, Hamilton's mombin, and Hermit's tree.
Multiple ayurvedic texts and journals have repeatedly cited chironji for a variety of indications, where it is helpful, such as Jvara (useful in fever), Kasahara (relieves cough), Amahara (treats indigestion), Dahahara (relieves burning sensation), Mehahara (treats urinary tract disorders), Prameha (manages diabetes), and many others. They also provide a decent amount of protein as well. These nutty seeds are a wonderful complement to the daily diet because of their high caloric value and relatively low-fat content.
Chironji is low in calories but abundant in proteins, calcium, iron, and phosphorus, as well as dietary fibre, which keeps you feeling fuller for longer. It includes a variety of healthy elements such as vitamin B1, B2, and C, as well as niacin.
These nuts have many health benefits such as:
1. Aids in Digestion: The seed aids digestion due to its great digestive characteristics. The seed's anti-flatulent and astringent qualities prevent gas generation in the alimentary canal, decreasing bloating, flatulence, and abdominal distension. The high fibre content of Chironji makes it an effective cure for constipation and other digestive disorders too.
2. Boosts Immunity: Chironji provides multiple folk treatments for boosting the immune system, combating germs, and protecting the body from different illnesses because of its abundance of antioxidants. It also exhibits powerful anti-bacterial, anti-viral, and antifungal characteristics, making it particularly useful in avoiding infections such as fever, common cold, sore throat, and other respiratory abnormalities.
3. Purifies Blood: Because of the detoxifying characteristics of the Chironji seeds, it is highly effective in blood purification. It promotes blood circulation and helps to eliminate toxins and stress hormones from the bloodstream by purifying the blood.
4. Treat Wounds and Ulcers: The anti-inflammatory and anti-ulcer qualities of chironji are highly significant in treating many forms of ulcers, such as ulcerative colitis, peptic ulcer, canker sores, mouth ulcers, etc. While the juice produced from the seeds is also useful for treating wounds, the bioactive components in the seed powder encourage tissue regeneration and speed up wound healing.
These sweet and salty, nutty seeds can be eaten raw or lightly roasted. Many regions use the seed powder to thicken savoury soups, flavour batters, or simmer into rich, meaty kormas. The seed powder has also been discovered to be effective in the preparation of different desserts and smoothies, as well as in the enhancement of the flavour of several gourmet meals.
Chironji helps to strengthen the body, relieve fatigue, and boost immunity. They can be preserved for up to 6 months if kept dry.
Chironji seeds can trigger severe problems, including anaphylaxis, in people who are sensitive to cashews or have general tree nut sensitivity.
Chironji is a natural coolant and reduces body heat.
Yes, Chironji leaves may aid with stress relief. Certain elements in it have antioxidant effects. These antioxidants attack free radicals, which can cause stress.
Yes, Chironji may be beneficial in the treatment of stomach ulcers since it contains antioxidants (flavonoids) that protect the gastric mucosa from free radical damage. Because of its anti-secretory effects, it also decreases gastric secretion and acidity.
If ingested in large quantities without seeing a doctor, chironji seed powder can suppress appetite. Constipation and frequent urination are two more negative effects of chironji seed powder or oil.
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