Tuesday, 23 October 2018

WILD FOREST HONEY

Honey is a sweet liquid made by bees using the nectar from flowers.

There are five varieties of honey bee in INDIA and each honey they collect have unique properties.

WILD HONEY which is collected from the wild forest is known to have more medicinal value due to different types of herbs and trees of the wild.

 For people with diabetes, using honey in very small amounts should not cause blood glucose to spike dramatically. So, people with diabetes may consume honey instead of sugar in moderation, as part of a healthful diet.It has been used in medicine for over 5,000 years.Honey can replace sugar in meals, providing a healthier option. However, they can also add browning and excess moisture to a dish.

Benefits
Modern science is finding evidence for many of the historical uses of honey.

1) Healing wounds and burns

Honey has been consumed for thousands of years for its supposed health benefits. Jar of honey with wooden dipper on top dripping honey.
Honey has been consumed for thousands of years for its supposed health benefits.


2) Reducing the duration of diarrhea

According to research-based reviews on honey, it has been shown to decrease the severity and duration of diarrhea. Honey also promotes increased potassium and water intake, which is particularly helpful when experiencing diarrhea.
Research that took place in Lagos, Nigeria suggests that honey has also shown the ability to block the actions of pathogens that commonly cause diarrhea.

3) Preventing acid reflux

Recent research has shown that honey can reduce the upward flow of stomach acid and undigested food by lining the esophagus and stomach.
This has helped to reduce the risk of gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). GERD can cause inflammationacid reflux, and heartburn.

4) Fighting infections

Honey may even help reverse bacterial resistance to antibiotics, according to research presented in the journal Letters in Applied Microbiology. This type of honey showed action against Ureaplasma urealyticum, a bacteria that is resistant to many different antibiotics.A study published in the journal Pediatrics, which compared honey to placebo in helping children with a cough during the night, found that honey was superior. The researchers concluded:

"Parents rated the honey products higher than the silan date extract for symptomatic relief of their children's nocturnal cough and sleep difficulty due to URI (upper respiratory infection). Honey may be a preferable treatment for cough and sleep difficulty associated with childhood URI."

In The Scientific World Journal, researchers provided data confirming that natural honey was as effective as a eusol antiseptic solution in reducing wound infections.
There is a great deal of evidence supporting the use of honey as a remedy for infection.
The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends honey as a natural cough remedy.

5) Relieving cold and cough symptoms

The American Academy of Pediatrics also recognizes honey as a treatment for a cough.
However, they advise that honey is not suitable for children under the age of one year.
2007 study by Penn State College of Medicine suggested that honey reduced night-time coughing and improved sleep quality in children with upper respiratory infection to a greater degree than the cough medicine dextromethorphan.

6) Replacing added sugar in the diet

Honey's sweet flavor makes it an ideal substitute for sugar in the diet.
Added sugar in the diet provides excess calories with no nutritional benefit. This can lead to an increased body weight, which comes with an increased risk of high blood pressure and diabetes.
Honey can be added to food and beverages to sweeten the taste without the negative health impact of added sugars. However, since honey is still a sweetener, it is important to remain mindful of how much honey being is used.
Medicinal use
Honeycomb pieces for medicinal use.
Honey is a versatile ingredient with a range of medicinal uses.
Honey has been used to treat a wide array of illnesses, ailments, and injuries.
It can be mixed with other remedies and consumed or rubbed onto the skin. Practitioners of Ayurvedic medicine have attempted to use honey as a remedy for the following:
While not all uses of honey are confirmed as effective, trying it as treatment will not make conditions any worse or cause harm.

Honey is sometimes touted as a cosmetic solution for cracked, dry, pimply, or clogged skin.

Honey in Religions

  • In Islam, there is an entire chapter in the Qur'an called al-Nahl (the Honey Bee). According to the words and deeds of the Prophet Muhammad honey is strongly recommended for healing purposes. Qur'an promotes honey as a nutritious and healthy food.
  •  In Hinduism, honey is one of the five foods used in Hindu worship. It is used widely as an offering to God. In temples, honey is poured over the deities in a ritual called Madhu abhisheka. The vedas and other ancient literature mention the use of honey as a great medicinal and health food.
  •  In Jewish tradition, honey is a symbol for the New Year, Rosh Hashana. At the traditional meal for that holiday, apple slices are dipped in honey. Apples represent life, and honey represents sweetness.
  • In Buddhism, honey plays an important role in the festival of Madhu Purnima, celebrated in India and Bangladesh.,etc., 

WHAT WE DO?
At AMMAJEE ORGANICS, we collect wild honey from the jungles of western ghats with the help of the tribals and provide it to the consumers without processing (As processed honey has more glucose than raw honey and the raw honey is processed naturally by the honey bee in the hive), with best quality , which can be used for medicinal purpose and also for regular use , which helps for healthy lifestyle.

Thursday, 7 June 2018

MILLET NOODLES

Benefits of Millet

Millet is important because of its uniquely high content  of nutrients, including impressive starch levels, vitamin B, calciumironpotassiumzincmagnesium, and fats. Furthermore, there are significant levels of protein and dietary fiber in millet as well, which contribute even more to the health benefits of this important grain!



Health Benefits Of Millet

This grain is rich in nutrients, vitamins, and minerals that provide many benefits. Let’s take a look at them below:

Protects Heart Health

Millet is one of the best possible grains to add to your diet if you want to protect  your heart. It is a rich source of magnesium, which is an important mineral for reducing blood pressure and the risk of heart attack or stroke, particularly in the case of atherosclerosis. Millet is also a great source of potassium, which further keeps blood pressure low by acting as a vasodilator. Reducing your blood pressure and optimizing your circulatory system is one of the best ways to protect your cardiovascular health. Furthermore, the plant lignans found in millet can be converted into animal lignans by the microflora in our digestive system and these animal lignans have been shown to protect against certain chronic diseases, like cancer and heart disease.

Controls Cholesterol Levels

Cholesterol levels go hand-in-hand with heart health, so the high fiber levels in millet make for an ideal cholesterol-lowering approach. Dietary fiber eliminates  dangerous bad cholesterol (LDL cholesterol) from the system while promoting the effects of good cholesterol (HDL cholesterol).

Prevents Diabetes

Diabetes is a disease affecting millions of people around the world. Millet is a beneficial food staple in many countries (where diabetes is less frequently found). It is, perhaps, because one of the effects of millet is a reduced chance of type 2 diabetes, thanks to the significant levels of magnesium found in it. Magnesium is considered as one of the important minerals for increasing the efficiency of insulin and glucose receptors in the body, thereby preventing this disease. A 30% reduction in diabetes has been seen in the population that consumes a magnesium-rich diet.

Aids in Digestion

As most fiber-rich foods boast, millet can help move your gastrointestinal system along and eliminate problems like constipation, excess gas, bloating, and cramping. By regulating your digestive processes, you also improve your nutrient retention and reduce your chance of more serious gastrointestinal conditions like gastric ulcers or colon cancer. Regular digestion and elimination of waste also help optimize your kidney, liver, and immune system health, as those organ systems are closely related to the body’s metabolic activities.

Prevents Cancer

Recent research has revealed fiber to be one of the best and easiest ways to prevent the onset  of breast cancer in women. In fact, women can reduce their chances of breast cancer by more than 50% by eating more than 30 grams of fiber every day. Given that breast cancer is one of the most common and deadliest forms of cancer, this is an advice that every woman should consider!

Detoxifies the Body

Many of the antioxidants in millet can clean up toxins from your body. Quercetin, curcumin, ellagic acid, and various other beneficial catechins can help rid your system of any foreign agents and toxins by promoting proper excretion and neutralizing enzymatic activity in certain organs.

Prevents Asthma

Research has come to light showing that millet can significantly improve the quality of life for people suffering from asthma since childhood and can also prevent it from developing in the first place. Although some of the evidence is controversial, it is shown that significantly less wheezing and asthma attacks (by more than 15%) were seen in children who had a large intake of grains like millet. As wheat is a common allergen associated with asthma and wheezing, millet does not have the same components and hence, does not have this negative effect.
and so on...................
WHY NOODLES?
At the present dynamic world, where the healthy foods are to be given to the kids in their likely form, We have launched MILLET NOODLES made of millet and Wheat Atta , which makes them to take this healthiest food with joy and at less time.
HEALTH IS WEALTH
For business inquiries - 9443160766, ammajeeorganics@gmail.com

Saturday, 7 April 2018

GANA JEEVAMIRTHUM - ORGANIC MANURE



The name of the Organic manure is Ganajeevamrutha:
This is organic manure which enriches the soil and plant and provides all the nutrients required for the growth of the plant. This has to be applied in wet soil. It comes in powder form and it has to be scatted on the soil and approximately 100 to 125 kgs is required for one acre of land.
Gana Jeevamrutham is an organic input for the agriculture. This is used instead of DAP and Urea which are chemical input.

This can be applied for any crop to enrich the soil and also increase the greenery in the plants and crops. First application within one week from the date of harvest: or within one week from sowing the crop. This application has to be applied in wet soil.

The next application is required by watching the crop towards the greenery and it can be applied whenever the greenery is less in the plants/crops.

The nitrogen requirement of the soil will be enriched. Gana Jeevamrutham mixed with micro organisms, when it is applied in soil, it slowly dissolves in soil and releases micro organisms. There are few elements contained in the soil which are not in the form the roots can directly absorb, these organisms convert the elements in the form which roots can directly absorb.

FOR REQUIREMENT
S.RAJALINGAM
Ph- 9443160766

Monday, 12 February 2018

RED RICE 


A variety of rices are known as “red rice.” Generally, individuals mean an unhulled or partially hulled rice that includes a red husk, as opposed to the a lot more common brown. Just like other unhulled  rices, red rice includes a nutty flavor, along with a higher nutritional value, thanks to the proven fact that the germ of the rice is left intact. Several specialty stores carry red rice, frequently defined as “Bhutanese red rice” or even “cargo rice,” also it can even be bought through companies that concentrate on rice.
However, “red rice” may also make reference to a wild variety of rice that features a low grain yield, leading numerous rice farmers in the indigenous Asia to regard it as a weed. This kind of red rice become a genuine nuisance alongside rice plantations, since it can cross-breed, producing inferior rice plants, also it can take over. Numerous attempts have been made to genetically modify this rice varietal to really make it more beneficial. The word “red rice” is additionally sometimes utilized to make reference to red yeast rice, a specialized product produced in China and Japan. To make red yeast rice, manufacturers hull and polish rice grains and after that cultivate a mold that results in a crusty red coating. This particular rice could be consumed such as frequent rice; however it is also utilized in Traditional Chinese Medicine to deal with a number of conditions. Research on red yeast rice also seem to claim that it may help combat dangerous cholesterol levels.
Assuming one is not talking about a weed in order to red yeast rice, red rice is available in a number of forms. Several cultivars are short grained and are incredibly sticky, while some are long-grained. Red rice is cultivated in Europe, Southeast Asia, and also the American South, and a few companies have developed their own cultivars by cross-breeding several varieties.
Whenever red rice is cooked, the natural red colorization within the bran, or hull of the rice, leaches out and dyes the rest of the dish red to pink. Red rice has lots of fiber, due to the bran, and flavor is significantly more powerful compared to hulled rice, tasting more nutty and full. Red rice works well with a number of foods and also eaten by itself, also it can be included in risotto and other combined rice dishes too.
There are thousands of varieties of rice around the world among them rice with red bran layer are known as red rice. The re color of the rice bran ranges from light to dark. The red bran layer contains 95% of the minerals and dietary fiber of the whole rice which contains Iron, Zinc Potassium Sodium, Manganese and so forth. Inner white portion contains predominantly carbohydrate and proteins.
Nutritional value of Red Rice
Serving Size: 100 g
Calories 405 Kcal.Calories from Fat 44.10 Kcal.
 
ProximityAmount% DV
Energy405 Kcal (1695 KJ)ND
Protein7 g14.00%
Total Fat (Lipid)4.9 g14.00%
Carbohydrate86.7 g13.55%
Total dietary Fiber2.7 g7.11%
Water1.6 gND
Ash3.4 gND
 
MineralsAmount% DV
Iron, Fe5.5 mg.68.75%
Zinc, Zn3.3 mg.30.00%
Potassium, K256 mg.5.45%
Sodium, Na6 mg.0.40%
*Percent Daily values are based on 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
 

Health benefits of Red Rice

Red rice is a kind of unpolished rice which has higher nutritional value compared to white rice or even polished rice. Cooking time is comparatively more than white rice and it has a nutty taste and more gratifying flavor. It is fiber rich content, Vitamin B1 & B2, iron and calcium. Because of higher nutritive content and health advantages of red rice, it is strongly advised for heart patients as well as diabetics. Additionally it is loved by health gurus as well as fitness fanatics since it’s high fiber content helps gain less weight. By consuming red rice, you can get the following nutrition and also health advantages.
 1. Contains antioxidants to counteract free radicals
Red/brown rice is a great source of iron or manganese. Mangan, who was simply instrumental in producing energy for the body is a vital element of the enzyme and is also an anti-oxidant that may safeguard the body from free-radicals which are formed once the energy produced. Additionally, red/brown rice is full of zinc, a mineral that can help accelerate wound healing and maintain the body’s defense mechanisms to function effectively. Just like iron or manganese, zinc is additionally full of anti-oxidants that safeguard the body from free-radicals that may damage tissues and cells within the body.
2. Containing Vitamin B6
By consuming only one serving of red/brown rice, can meet 23 percent of vitamin B6, the quantity required for the functioning of the organ. This particular vitamin is required to help balance the development of serotonin, red blood cells helping the creation of DNA cells.
3. Can Lower High Cholesterol
In 1970, human studies reported red rice’s effect on reducing the blood levels of total cholesterol. The active component in red rice is monacolin K. It’s just like lovastatin within the prescription drug cholesterol-lowering drug, Mevacor. In accordance with EMedtv, the United States Food and Drug Administration has ruled that simply because lovastatin is really a prescription drug, any red yeast rice supplement with a substantial dosage of lovastatin is surely an unapproved drug and not a dietary supplement. Do not take red rice in case you have liver disease, are pregnant, or are younger than 18. Side effects consist of gas, heartburn and dizziness.
4. Can Help Prevent Heart Disease
Higher amounts of low-density lipoprotein or LDL in the blood cause plaque build-up in the walls of the arteries. This particular narrows the size of the arteries and could block the coronary artery, causing a heart attack. Reducing LDL cholesterol levels reduces the chance of heart disease. A 2009 study carried out by David Becker and Ram Gordon, cardiologists at Chestnut Hill Hospital reported that LDL cholesterol levels reduced more in patients receiving red yeast rice compared to patients getting a placebo.
5. Can Lower Blood Glucose
Uncontrolled blood glucose levels in diabetics can ruin the eyes, kidneys and also the coronary heart. Controlling blood sugar levels reduces these dangers. In a animal research carried out at the Department of Food Science at the National Pingtung University of Science and Technology, Hon-Qi–a form of red yeast rice–was administered to induced-diabetic rats and also to rats with normal blood glucose levels. This was a try to create a new replacement for dealing with diabetes. The results claim that oral administration of Hon-Qi may reduce blood glucose in diabetic rats inadequate insulin.
6. It lowers the risk of obesity
Red rice will help you decrease the desire to eat and may cause you to feel fuller for the really long time. Moreover, red rice provides energy in your body and helps the digestion. Red rice is completely fat-free. Most likely you know that high-fat consumption boost the chance of obesity. It’s been shown that individuals who eat red rice on a daily basis, have got a reduce chance of obesity. In case you are attempting to drop a few unwanted pounds, eating red rice could make the method simpler.
7. It helps in fighting asthma
Since red rice is a superb source of magnesium, which will help to manage your normal breathing pattern, consuming red rice regularly will assist you to avoid the issue of asthma. This really is among the best advantages of eating red rice. If you suffer from asthma, talk to your doctor and discover whether you can consume red rice or not.
8. It’s fortified with powerful antioxidants
Red rice is additionally loaded with effective anti-oxidants which are extremely therapeutic for the skin. Consuming red rice frequently might help avoid the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles on the skin. Plus, red rice may help firm and tighten the skin and minimize the damage brought on by UV rays that may result in wrinkles.
9. Red rice is good for your bone health
As we mentioned above, red rice is a superb source of magnesium, that is ideal for your bone health. Magnesium is a crucial nutrient needed to build healthy bones and magnesium deficiency can result in osteoporosis and low bone density later in life. It has been verified that regular consumption of red rice will help avoid and relieve joint problems.
10. It’s rich in fiber
Red rice is really a whole grain to help you meet your daily fiber requirements. One-quarter cup of red rice consists of about 2 grams of fiber, and it’s 8 percent of your daily fiber requirements. Fiber is renowned for its capability to assist in preventing and alleviate constipation, and enhance bowel function. While white rice is full of carbs, red rice is loaded with fiber. Additionally, it offers energy to your body required for regular body functioning.