tamarind

We can supply superior Quality pure Tamarind of Thailand Origin, 100% Seedless, without any fiber and hygienically packed We pack tamarind paste in wooden case and carton at sizes as per your market preference Dear Buyers :We are now ready to supply in much larger quantity of pure and premium grade tamarind paste from Thailand

 










Stored in cold storage tamarind race number.

Tamarind (tamarindus indica) is a long-lived tree indigenous to Africa, particularly Sudan. It is now widely cultivated in Africa, India, and countries in southern Asia and South America, where it has been established for centuries if not thousands of years. It grows up to 18m (60') high. The ripe fruit has a sweetandsourflavour, and I often use it in my cooking.

You can buy blocks of pressed tamarind fruit in most Asian stores. It stores well, and is not expensive. In Western cuisine, it is used in Worcestershire sauce and HP sauce. The biggest consumers of tamarind are in Asia and Mexico, where it is used to make chutney, soups, jams, syrups, as a snack, and in many drinks.

Tamarind's properties

The fruit is high in acid, sugar, vitamin B and calcium.

Antibiotic, antiseptic, antimicrobial (2).
Antiviral.
Astringent.
Blood tonic.
Food preservative
Insecticide.
Laxative.
Anthelminthic (expels worms).
Fluoride removal. Teas and strong tinctures made from the seeds, pulp, bark, and leaves of the tree have been shown to remove fluorides from mammals. (1) It promotes excretion of fluorides.
Saliva production - promotes
Skin cleanser.
Tamarind remedies

Tamarind is an important remedy in Ayurvedic medicine. Traditional remedies are listed below.

Asthma
Boils
Cholesterol metabolism disorders
Colds
Colic
Conjunctivitis (pink eye)
Constipation
Diabetes
Digestive/stomach/gastric disorders, including indigestion, chronic diarrhoea, dysentery
Eyes - dry eyes, eye inflammation, keratitis (inflammation of the cornea)
Fever
Gallbladder disorders
Gingivitis
Haemorrhoids
Jaundice
Joints - swelling and pain
Leprosy
Liver disorders
Malaria using leaves as a herbal infusion. (2)
Nausea and vomiting (pregnancy-related)
Pain - general body pain
Rheumatism
Skin infections, bacterial (erysipelas)
Sore throat
Stones - kidney, gallbladder
Wound healing
Yellow fever