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    Ayurvedic Curry Powder is a natural detoxifier introduced ideally by Nivartana. This is a herbal mix of spices and greenery condiments to give an extra herbal lush to your curry. This is specially made for an ancient local recipe by utilising organic and 100% natural ingredients. Further, the nourishing and…

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    Black seeds are extracted from the Nigella Sativa plant, which is highly available in Southwest Asian countries. Black seeds can be consumed raw or in lightly roasted nature. This added to curries, oatmeal, used as a breakfast snack with honey etc. Ayurveda medicine says that Black seeds are rich in…

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    Dried blue butterfly pea flowers are magically blue in colour that is directly congregated from the farmers of Ceylon. The dried blue butterfly pea flowers add perfection to any type of syrup, hot beverage, cocktail, or tea. These organically grown flowers of premium quality improves skin health with its rich…

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    Ceylon Cinnamon is named after the old British Name for Sri Lanka, and it is often considered as “real Cinnamon”. It is made from the dried inner bark of a tree called Cinnamomum verum. Growing these trees is an investment as these trees are used for harvesting once reached about…

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    Ceylon Cinnamon is named after the old British Name for Sri Lanka, and it is often considered as “real Cinnamon”. It is made from the dried inner bark of a tree called Cinnamomum verum. Growing these trees is an investment as these trees are used for harvesting once reached about…

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    Curcuma is a commonly used spice in curries, food tastemakers and herbal medicines. Ceylon Curcuma is grown in Sri Lanka by the local farmers in the tropical Sri Lanka. Curcuma has its own health benefits to resolve issues in digestive tracts and act as a detoxifier which helps to nourish…

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    Ceylon curry powder is an aromatic spice mix and a taste elevator which is unique to Sri Lanka itself. Curry powder is a must add to the Ceylonese curry dishes to get that local currish taste and spice kick inherent to the country. The recipe comes from ancestors who were…

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    The hibiscus flower is desiccated by preserving its colour, aroma, and herbal properties in Ceylon. The dried hibiscus flower is part of the remedial culture of Ceylonese for symptoms of cold, nerve pain, heart health, and liver health These dried hibiscus petals make a wonderful herbal tea, herbal tonic, and…

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    The Moringa tree is native to the Ceylonese for its medicinal purposes and is an indistinguishable ingredient for curries. Forsooth, every bit of the Moringa tree is edible. The powder carries potassium, iron, calcium, and vitamins that are indispensable for protecting tissues, lessening pain, inoculating cells, rich antioxidants, and more.…

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    Neem powder is a herbal green powder made by crushing the sun-dried leaves of the neem tree called Azadirachta indica. In the world of Ayurveda, Neem is a popular medicinal herb that’s been part of traditional remedies that dates back almost 5000 years. Ayurveda, which follows the natural ways for…

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    The Chai tea introduced by Nivartana has a rich history attached to the arrival of South Indian tribes to ancient Sri Lanka. This originated with the influence of Tamil culture and their own blend of desi condiments infused with the Ceylon tea. Chai tea is highly available in Northern Sri…

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    Cloves hold a rich history from ancient Sri Lanka. It is said that Clove cultivation was also one of the reasons to invade Sri Lanka by foreign conquers. Cloves are the flower buds of Clove tree and are available in both ground and whole form. These are grown in the…