24 Letter Mantra Organic Wheat Daliya

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Organic wheat grains are milled coarsely to obtain organic wheat daliya by 24 mantra organic. Organic wheat is husked and cleaned properly before processing them into required size. It doesnt undergo refining thus highly nutritious. Wheat dhaliya is fiber rich. Regular use of dhaliya is good for relieving many ailments like constipation, diabetes, blood pressure and heart problems. It also helps to maintain gastro intestinal balance. Wheat daliya from 24 mantra organics organic section results in healthy and tasty dishes. It is widely used to prepare stuffed vegetables and soups. In india it is also used to make sweet dishes called lapsi, skip the sugar and tweak few ingredients to make a namkeen upma for the snack time. It is also a nourishing source of vitamin b and e, copper, essential proteins, zinc and carbohydrates. All products of 24 mantra organic are certified as per indian, us and european organic standards. Organic is a way, a habit and a practice all rolled into one. It refers to a way of growing and processing food. It is also about the reliance on an ecological system that sustains itself on rich soil and proven traditional practices to grow crop and food that resists pests and diseases. Organic also means, the farmers don’t use toxic, persistent pesticides, fertilizers which are known to contaminate soil, air, water and the food. In fact, organic farmers and farming involves practices of rotating crops, deploying beneficial insects, using locally honed methods, adding composted manure and plant wastes to the soil.

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