Mushk Dana | Ambrette Seeds | Abelmoschus moschatus Medik.
English: Ambrette plant, Fautia, gandapura, Kasturi, Musk, musk mallow, Musk mellow, musk okra, musk seed, Muskmallow, Muskseed, okra, rose of Sharon, Vegetable musk plant, tropical jewel hibiscus | Gujrati: Bhindo, Bhinda | Punjabi: Mushak Dana, ... Read More
Mushk Dana | Ambrette Seeds | Abelmoschus moschatus Medik. - 500 Gram
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Mushk Dana | Ambrette Seeds | Abelmoschus moschatus Medik. - 100 Gram
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Mushk Dana | Ambrette Seeds | Abelmoschus moschatus Medik. - 250 Gram
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Mushk Dana | Ambrette Seeds | Abelmoschus moschatus Medik. - 1 Kg
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Muskdana seeds are added to coffee for flavouring. Its leaves are used as vegetable. It cleanses urinary bladder, acts as and is useful in eye disorders.
- Ambrette seeds are used for their diuretic action in urinary diseases. Seeds also have anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties due to which they help in reducing inflammation and infection of urinary tract and urinary bladder.
- Ambrette seeds are more beneficial for stabilizing sugar level in the blood.
- Seeds are also chewed as a nervine, stomachic and to sweeten the breath.
- Seeds are valued medicinally for their diuretic, demulcent and stomachic properties.
- Decoction of seeds is given internally for disorders of the spleen, vomiting and pectoral lesions.
- Muskdana seeds are added to coffee for flavoring.
- Seed is fried or roasted and has a flavor similar to sesame seeds.
- The tea or tincture prepared from the seeds is taken orally to heal cramping.
- The seeds are rubbed to a paste with milk, and applied to reduce itching.
- Chew the seeds to sweeten the breath.
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