Millets & Grains

Description :

  • Pearl millets are commonly known as Bajra, Kambu, Sajje, Sajjalu, etc.
  • Pearl millet or bajra is said to be a miracle millet with iron content 8 times higher than that present in rice.
  • Consumption of pearl millet will help ease constipation issues and any problems with the digestion as well.
  • It is a rich source of phosphorus and helps in minimizing the risk of type 2 diabetes.
  • Because of the nutritional line-up, it can also make for a good lactagogue.

Description :

  • Ragi millets are commonly known as Finger millet, Ragula, Kezhvaragu, Mandua, Nachani, etc.
  • Red millet, Ragi is rich in calcium,protein,iron and other minerals
  • Ragi also has some good number of Essential Amino Acids (EAA) required for human body.
  • Due to ragi’s nutrition, it can be considered as a good replacement for rice and wheat.
  • Ragi is also one of the very few natural sources of Vitamin D which is mostly derived from sunlight. Vitamin D is a carrier molecule for calcium, which accounts for vitality.

Description :

  • Barnyard millets are commonly known as Jhangora, Kuthiravaali, Oodalu, Udalu, etc.
  • Barnyard millets are rich in fibre content, phosporous and calcium.
  • Barnyard has low glycemic index and thus helps in type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease.
  • It has 6 times more of fibre than wheat making it an ideal weight loss millet.
  • The good antioxidant profile makes it an ideal replacement to rice in dosa/idli/dhokla batters.

Description :

  • Kodo millets are commonly known as Varagu, Arikelu, Kodra, Harka, etc.
  • Kodo millets contain high amounts of polyphenols, an antioxidant compound. They are rich in fibre and low on fat.
  • It is easy to digest and is rich in phytochemicals and antioxidants, all of which helps prevent the occurrence of major lifestyle diseases.
  • Kodo millet has shown to reduce knee and joint pain, helps regularize menstruation in women among others.

Description :

  • Jowar millets are commonly known as Sorghum, Cholam, Jola, Jonna, etc.
  • Sorghum has high nutritional value, with high levels of unsaturated fats, protein, fiber, and minerals like phosphorus, potassium, calcium, and iron.
  • It is high in calories and macronutrients and has more antioxidants than blueberries and pomegranates. Sorghum helps to improve metabolism.
  • Researchers have found that a typical sorghum wax is rich in policosanols which helps in reducing the levels of cholesterol.
  • Being a gluten-free grain, it is also much preferred by those who can’t tolerate wheat-based products.

Description :

  • Proso millets are commonly known as Bariga, Chena, Variga, Panivaragu, white millet, Kashif millet or hog millet, etc.
  • proso millet is rich in protein and low glycemic index carbs.
  • It is also a rich source of essential phosphorous. It also provides nutrients such as iron, zinc, fiber and vitamin B6, which are essential for our day to day functioning.
  • Proso millet contains one of the most asorbable source of calcium found in food and hence are useful in strengthening our bones.
  • Sufficient serving of proso millets in your daily diet helps in delaying the ageing process.

Description :

  • Little millets are commonly known as Saame, Sama, Kutki, Saamai, etc.
  • It is a rich source of B-vitamins, minerals like calcium, iron, zinc, potassium among others.
  • It is also a rich source of essential phosphorous. It also provides nutrients such as iron, zinc, fiber and vitamin B6, which are essential for our day to day functioning.
  • Its high fibre content is yet another positive making it an ideal part of pongal or even kheer instead of rice.
  • They are high in Iron content, fibre and antioxidants. It helps in diabetes and stomach related illness.

Description :

  • Foxtail millets are commonly known as Kangni, Navane, Korra, Thinai, etc.
  • Foxtail millets are high in Iron content and are totally pest-free. Foxtail don’t need fumigants and act as anti pest agents to store delicate pulses such as green gram.
  • They help control blood sugar, cholesterol levels & increase HDL cholesterol.
  • foxtail millet is rich in smart carbohydrates, the kind which doesn’t increase the blood sugar levels immediately.
  • It is rich in dietary fibre, and minerals like iron and copper. Due to this, it helps to reduce the levels of bad cholesterol and keeps the immune system strong.

Description :

  • Browntop millets are commonly known as Korla, Andakorra, Thinai, etc.
  • Browntop millet is not only nutritious but also very delicious. The millet is gluten free and rich in essential nutrients.
  • Korale contains about 12.5% fibre due to which it serves as medicine for dealing with life style diseases.
  • Lower incidence of cardiovascular diseases, duodenal ulcer and hyperglycemia (diabetes) are reported among those who regularly consume millets.
  • It is a rich source of natural fibre, when compared to other grains.

Description :

  • Pearl millets are commonly known as Bajra, Kambu, Sajje, Sajjalu, etc.
  • Pearl millet or bajra is said to be a miracle millet with iron content 8 times higher than that present in rice.
  • Consumption of pearl millet will help ease constipation issues and any problems with the digestion as well.
  • It is a rich source of phosphorus and helps in minimizing the risk of type 2 diabetes.
  • Because of the nutritional line-up, it can also make for a good lactagogue.

Organic Ragi Millets 1kg

130.00 inc. GST

Description :

  • Ragi millets are commonly known as Finger millet, Ragula, Kezhvaragu, Mandua, Nachani, etc.
  • Red millet, Ragi is rich in calcium,protein,iron and other minerals
  • Ragi also has some good number of Essential Amino Acids (EAA) required for human body.
  • Due to ragi’s nutrition, it can be considered as a good replacement for rice and wheat.
  • Ragi is also one of the very few natural sources of Vitamin D which is mostly derived from sunlight. Vitamin D is a carrier molecule for calcium, which accounts for vitality.

Description :

  • Barnyard millets are commonly known as Jhangora, Kuthiravaali, Oodalu, Udalu, etc.
  • Barnyard millets are rich in fibre content, phosporous and calcium.
  • Barnyard has low glycemic index and thus helps in type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease.
  • It has 6 times more of fibre than wheat making it an ideal weight loss millet.
  • The good antioxidant profile makes it an ideal replacement to rice in dosa/idli/dhokla batters.