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Nannari: Anantamul in Hindi


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Nannari is a spice plant herb that is available in South Asia. Indian called Sarsaparilla is a vine. Sometimes it is a prostrate shrub (most of the branches of which lie upon or just above the ground, rather than being held erect as are the branches of most trees and shrubs). Nannari roots are woody and aromatic it has evergreen leaves. Leaves are opposite, short-petioled, very variable, sharp oval shape, a flower is stalkless with 5 petals. The flowers are greenish outside, purplish inside to yellowish orange on the inside. Flower petals belong to the Milkweed family it is flowering in October to January. Nannari roots around 2 to 3 meters inside that is why it has one other name is Anantamul that means endless roots. It is mostly found in over the greater part of India, from the upper Gangetic plain eastwards to Assam and in some places in central, western and South India.
Nannari is mostly used during summer, because of its cooling nature; it also has some medicinal use. Nannari syrup is used in summer as sharbat which cooled drink. Nannari syrup is made with nannari roots extracts. Nannari root is reddish brown from outside and inside white, we need to use the only outer side you can just say bark of the roots. Nannari roots are available In medical stores or ayurvedic shops or healthy food shops, but nannari sharbat or nannari syrup is available in all the shops in summer even rode side cold drink shops also sales nannari sharbat in summer.
Nannari used as body cooling agent and refreshing drink, this drink can control acidity, relive from constipation, improve inflammation of liver and spleen, intestinal gas, abdominal distention ,control urinary disorder and wheezing, it can purify your blood, improve anemia condition, debility, herpes, skin diseases and the main problem in summer that is body pain and rheumatoid arthritis and gout which increased in summer because of excess uses of air-condition, nannari drink may control these problems. Nannari drink is more beneficial if one can consume before breakfast.

How to consume:

Nannari Water: A perfect body coolant, it is an excellent remedy to cure infections, Constipation – decreases body pain and relieves constipation

Nannari Sharbat / Drink: body coolant drink, Blood Purifier, decreases body pain and relieves constipation, Digestion – Nannari sherbet is an effective way to treat your stomach disorders without swallowing bitter pills. Nannari sharbat you can also make with milk, in place of adding cold water you just add milk in your nannari syrup and enjoy your chilled nannari milk in hot summer days.

Related Link: https://www.tarladalal.com/glossary-nannari-syrup-1180i

Nannari Faluda: Nannari Faluda is so yummy; it fulfills your taste buds and summer small hunger. This is made with nannari syrup so it will prove all the benefits of nannari.

Related Link:The healthy root called Nannari, which is also known as Sarsaparilla makes a delicious faluda at The Faluda Hub Natural Nannari syrup from Royal Sweetmeat Mart, topped with semolina, fresh milk, vanilla ice cream and kaskus and served with confidence.

Nannari Pickle: Kerala style sarsaparilla root, Traditional mahani rooti pickle, Excellent with curd rice has detoxifying and anti-inflammatory properties. Nannari pickle is famous in south India.

How to Store:

This is a Vegetarian product. Nannari Roots/powder can store in a dry plastic bag in the refrigerator. Nannari syrup may store in cool and dry bottles make sure keep away from sunlight. Homemade syrup better to store in the refrigerator. Nannari Pickle can be used before 365 days, store in a cool and dry place. Please make sure before use your spoon should be dry.

Other Names:

Anantamul, Dudhli, Anantamul, Anant Vel, Nannari, Sugandipala, Narunenti, Suganda Pala, Sugankha-palada-gidda, Sogade, Onotomulo, Sariva, Upalasari, Anantamul, Sariva, Hemidesmus Indicus, Dunjoi iqtisod, Anatamula, Tamaitai, Mueonga, Anamuru, Ike, Anantamula, Anants mul, Anantumuli

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