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Price of Dried Raisins, 250gm is 209
Sun Dried Indian Grapes
Store in Refrigerator to retain colour and taste.
A raisin is a dried grape commonly known as "Kishmish" or "Songi" in India. Raisins are produced in many regions of the world and may be eaten raw or used in cooking, baking, and brewing.
Having a few raisins every day is good for your stomach.
Raisins contain fibers that start to swell in the presence of water. This gives the stomach a laxative effect and helps to relieve constipation. Also, daily intake of raisins keeps the bowel movement regular and the fibers help to keep toxins and waste products out of the system.
Raisins contain potassium and magnesium in good levels. Thus this help reduces acidity and helps remove the toxins from the system preventing diseases like arthritis, gout, kidney stones, and heart diseases.
Raisins have a good amount of Iron as well as B-Complex Vitamins in them which help to treat anemia. The copper present in raisins also helps in the production of red blood cells.
An antioxidant named catechin present in raisins helps to protect against the free radical activity that can cause tumors and colon cancer.
Raisins have a substance named polyphenolic phytonutrients which are well known as an anti-inflammatory antioxidant. It contains anti-bacterial properties which help lower the risk of fever and kills the bacteria. Thus having a few raisins a day can keep you safe from cold and other such infections.
Consumption of raisins is also good for your sex life. Raisins contain an amino acid named Arginine which increases libido and induces arousal.
It is good for men as well as it is used to treat erectile dysfunction.
Also, the added energy of raisins helps your conjugal life.
Remember the tradition in India where the new bride and groom are given a glass of milk boiled with raisins and saffron. This is an age-old practice that validates its effectiveness.