Gourd, Pumpkin, Drumstick
₹ 15.00About :Drumstick is one of those rare plant species whose seeds, flowers, leaves, and stems are edible and extremely nutritious. Drumstick is an easily available vegetable which is cultivated mostly in Asian and African regions. It is a staple vegetable in Southern India and is also widely consumed in other states.Benefits:Regulates blood sugar levels,Helps improve digestive health,Great for developing stronger bones,Helps purifying blood,Relieves respiratory disorders,Boosts immunity.Storage and Uses:Drumsticks are best stored wrapped in paper in the crisper drawers of the fridge. They will keep for 3 or 4 days but are best consumed quickly. Drumsticks can also be frozen. Cut them into lengths, 4 cm – 6 cm, and plunge into boiling water.
Gourd is occasionally used to describe crop plants in the family Cucurbitaceae, like pumpkins, cucumbers, squash, luffa, and melons. More specifically, gourd refers to the fruits of plants in the two Cucurbitaceae genera Lagenaria and Cucurbita, or also to their hollow, dried-out shell.Benefits:Bottle gourd is a vegetable high on water and is a rich source of vitamin C, K and calcium. It helps in maintaining a healthy heart and brings down bad cholesterol levels. The juice is also beneficial for diabetic patients as it stabilizes the blood sugar level and maintains blood pressure.Storage and Uses:Wipe the gourds dry and spray lightly with a household disinfectant or mist with rubbing alcohol. Space the prepared gourds on a few layers of newspaper in a dark, warm, dry area with good ventilation. Replace the damp newspaper every few days, turning the gourds when you do.
A pumpkin is a cultivar of winter squash that is round with smooth, slightly ribbed skin, and most often deep yellow to orange in coloration. The thick shell contains the seeds and pulp.Pumpkins are widely grown for commercial use and are used both for food and recreation.
Highly Nutritious and Particularly Rich in Vitamin A. High Antioxidant Content May Reduce Your Risk of Chronic Diseases. Packs Vitamins That May Boost Immunity.Vitamin A, Lutein and Zeaxanthin May Protect Your Eyesight.Nutrient Density and Low Calorie Count May Promote Weight Loss.
Storage and Uses:Store the pumpkin in a cool, dry and dark place Avoid hot and humid places, even if storing for only a couple of weeks. Pumpkins are best stored on a board or piece of cardboard. Do not store the fruit on a cement floor, as they tend to rot.