With this soup mix, you make a tasty and nutritious soup with typical Indian spices. The main ingredient is the Alzheimer’s plant. A herbaceous plant is known for promoting concentration, memory, mental energy, a good state of mind, and a clear mind.
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Brahmi leaves, coriander leaf, cumin, pepper, asafoetida, black cumin, calamus, dried ginger, turmeric powder, cardamom, nutmeg, haritaki, oak gall, belleric, cloves, pipal, tail pepper, fennel, ajwain, poppy seeds (poppy seeds).
Explanation Of Ingredients
Coriander: the leaves have a lemony flavor, while the seeds have a slightly sweet, aniseed flavor.
Cumin: gives a nut and peppery flavor to dishes. To be used in curry or chili, for example.
Asafoetida: devil’s dung (a herbaceous plant). It has a beneficial effect and aids digestion. It is an alternative to the use of onion and / or garlic in dishes.
Calamus: an Indian spice with a herbaceous flavor. It tastes like cinnamon, nutmeg and ginger.
Ginger: has an intense sharp taste. Can be used in, for example, desserts, bread or biscuits. In India it is widely used with fish.
Turmeric: spice extracted from the roots of Curcuma plant. It provides flavor and color in curry dishes.
Cardamom: herbaceous plant of the ginger family. It has a pungent aroma and a sweet taste with a hint of lemon, camphor and bergamot. The green variant provides spice and freshness. The black variety is suitable for more powerful dishes such as curries and stews.
Nutmeg: ideal with savory or sweet dishes.
Haritaki: is part of the triphala and is a fruit that has a positive effect on digestion, has a reducing effect on intestinal complaints and activates the digestive enzymes.
Belleric: is part of the triphala and is a fruit that has a positive effect on digestion, has a reducing effect on intestinal complaints and activates the digestive enzymes.
Clove: gives a herbaceous and spicy flavor to dishes.
Pipal: a species of ficus whose leaves are used for medicinal purposes, among other things.
Tail pepper: nice and spicy and fresh which gives vegetables more depth and is delicious in meat, poultry and vegetable dishes or in stews.
Fennel: aids digestion and gives fresh breath. Fennel tea is used for coughing.
Ajwain: seeds of an episcopal herb. Also called royal cumin. It stimulates the appetite and is good for the digestion.
Poppy seed (poppy seed): gives a nutty and soft sweet taste.
This product is packaged and/or stored in a company that also processes products containing wheat, nuts, peanuts, mustard, celery, gluten, sesame, shellfish, soy, sulphite, fish, and molluscs. Despite all precautions, this product may contain traces of these allergens.
Keep in a cool, dark, and dry place. After opening, transfer the contents to an airtight container.
Put 1 tablespoon of soup mix in a bowl.
Add 150 ml (about 1 cup) of boiling water.
Stir well so that no lumps form.
Your nutritious soup is ready to eat.