|Description||Tulsi is native to India, where it often graces shrines and homes as an aromatic perennial shrub. Order Shakomatos's 100% Organic Basil Oil today!||The black sesame at Shakomato is produced with care and craft, packaged masterfully to ensure the goodness reaches you fresh. Order Shakomato's black sesame today!||The 'star among medicinal species' is produced organically with adherence to high-quality norms and delivered fresh to you. Order Shakomato's coveted chamomile today!||A time tested ingredient in Ayurveda, Skakomato's Ashwagandha Roots are organically grown and packaged with love and care in powder form. Order your's today!||Shakaomato is a legacy Tea Garden in Assam and our CTC tea goes into the packet of well known tea brands of India.||We grow black pepper varieties Penniyar-1 and Karimunda, the mother vines are sourced from tribal settlements of South India. The produce is dried and perfected for consumption at the Shakomato Estate and shipped to you fresh! Order Shakomato's Black Pepper today!|
|Content||Shakomato’s Tulsi leaves are 100% pure organic.
Tulsi is native to India, where it often graces shrines and homes as an aromatic perennial shrub.
- Tulsi leaves are used as herbal tea in Ayurveda. It’s used in Thai cuisine and is best-known dish made with this herb is phat kaphrao
- Holy basil or tulsi leaves in Hindi are considered good for skin, hair and build immunity in the body. It’s cultivated for its medicinal and essential oils
- Consuming tulsi leaves with a per cent of black pepper in boiling water helps build immunity. It’s considered good for skin and consumed and applied topically
- Kadha, a mix of ginger, Tulasi leaves, and crushed pepper in boiling water, is considered good for the body. Tulsi leaves is loaded with R, vitamin a and c
- Free from Harmful Chemicals, Pesticides & No Additives
|Black sesame seeds are small, flat, oily seeds that grow in the fruit pods of the Sesamum indicum plant, which has been cultivated for thousands of years.
Sesame seeds grow in a variety of colours, including shades of black, brown, tan, grey, gold, and white. Black sesame seeds are primarily produced in Asia, although they’re quickly gaining popularity around the world. The Black Sesame at Shakomato is produced with care and craft, packaged masterfully to reach you fresh and healthy!
Sesame seed is the seed of the sesame plant (Sesamum indicum). The plant is an annual herb that produces pods containing edible sesame seeds. Special care is taken to use the fresh and pure ingredients, the herbs are properly cleansed and processed as per authoritative texts/methods to retain its natural aroma, colour, taste, purity and effectiveness and maintain the quality.
- Contains lignan fibre & phytosterols plant compounds that have cholesterol-lowering effects.
- A decent source of calcium, magnesium, and minerals is linked to better blood pressure control.
|SHAKOMATO’s chamomile is grown in an organic environment. The daisy-like flowering plant comes from the Asteraceae family often referred to as the “star among medicinal species.” Nowadays it is a highly favoured and much used medicinal plant in folk and traditional medicine. Chamomile is a naturally caffeine-free herb that can be brewed into a light gold colour, like soft sunshine.
The chamomile available in the market is mostly adulterated and substituted by close relatives of chamomile. Chamomile flowers of Shakomato are grown in-house in the organic plot and dried in aseptic conditions to give the full flavour of the flower heads.
- Widespread use of chamomile is as a tisane. It is often enjoyed on its own as a herbal tea
- Has herbal properties that alleviate cold, stomach upset, anxiety,
- Has calming effects, gives good night's sleeps
|Ashwagandha is a subtropical undershrub commonly used in Indian traditional medicines for more than 3000 years and has been categorized as Rasayana in Ayurveda.
The active component of Ashwagandha is glyco withanolides possesses the ability to alter the cortical and striatal antioxidant enzyme functions. Shakomato’s Ashwagandha total alkaloid content is 0.2%
- Ashwagandha is a powerful anti osteoarthritic and anti-inflammatory plant.
- Elevates the defence system against diseases, arrest ageing, revitalize the body, increase resistance against adverse environmental conditions.
- Ashwagandha is a natural treatment for low energy status and general exhaustion.
- It helps relieve mental, physical & emotional stress; restores and builds energy.
|CTC tea refers to a method of processing black tea. Named for the process, "crush, tear, curl" (and sometimes called "cut, tear, curl") in which black tea leaves are run through a series of cylindrical rollers. The rollers have hundreds of sharp teeth that crush, tear, and curl the leaves. The rollers produce small, hard pellets made of tea. This CTC method is different from standard tea manufacturing, in which the tea leaves are simply rolled into strips.
The CTC method gives tea have a consistent flavour profile from one batch to the next. A well-known and highly appreciated type of CTC tea is Assam tea. Assam tea usually steeps as a deep ruby red colour, has a rich gutty flavour and goes well with milk. Other popular black tea blends include English Breakfast, Irish Breakfast, and Afternoon Tea. Assam tea also goes into the recipe of classic "masala chai" - literally a spice mixed tea, having milk, tea and spices.||We grow black pepper varieties Penniyar-1 and Karimunda, the mother vines are sourced from tribal settlements of South India. Black Pepper grows on vines attached to tall trees. Green colour berries are first spotted on the vines indicating that the crop is now coming forth. Berries can be harvested only when anyone berry in the cluster shows scarlet red colour. Mature berries are harvested between November to March. After basic processing, berries are dried in the sun till the outer skin becomes black and shrunken giving the appearance of high-quality black peppercorns. These corns are then dipped in boiling water for one minute and then sun-dried before packing. Piperine is the alkaloid responsible for the pungency of black pepper.
- Contains a powerful bioactive compound – piperine
- Has antioxidants that help to lower the risk of chronic illnesses.
- The most significant benefit of black pepper is its ability to absorb curcumin
- Food flavour enhancer.
- Improves blood sugar control.
- Can regulate cholesterol levels.
- Have cancer-fighting properties. …
- A versatile spice.