Gooseberry commonly known as Amla in India is a citrus fleshy fruit having a myriad of medicinal properties. It is a very rich source of vitamin C which is required by human beings to develop their immune system. Its ascorbic acid content is 1100 to 1700 mg per 100 grams which is said to be the second highest among all the fruits next only to the Barbados cherry. The fruit is useful in diabetes, cough, asthma, bronchitis, flatulence, hyperacidity, peptic ulcer, skin diseases, leprosy, inflammation, anaemia, jaundice, diarrhoea, dysentery, cardiac disorders, greyness of hair etc. Despite of having such powerful medicinal properties, amla never becomes a table top fruit like mango or apple. It is due to its sour taste. However, now amla processing is picked up and efforts are made to develop products that are good in taste so that people can consume it every day and gain health benefits.
Potato ( New Aloo) 1 kg
Garlic Mota 100gm
Long Bottle Gourd (( Lamba Ghiya) 500g
Mint Leave (Pudeena) 1 Bunch
Gol Ghiya (Round Bottle Gourd) 500g