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Gums & Raisins

gum-olibanum

Gum Olibanum

Gum Olibanum Gum Olibanum is a resin that exudes from specific tree trunks of Boswellia specie, primarily belonging to boswellia carterii, boswellia serrata and sacra. We supply in both yellow and black olibanum resin format to film industry for special effects that smoke emits as this smoke is not harmful for breathing. Further the essential oils from gum olibanum are used for aroma therapy and relaxation treatments while these are also used in combination with other ingredients to formulate flavour, stabilizers and Emulsifying Agents.

 

 


gum-benzoin

Gum Benzoin

Gum Benzoin Also known as gum Benjamin, this resin is obtained from a rainforest tree and has an aroma similar to vanilla when dried. The powder is used as a fixative in incense and potpourri, as flavouring in baked goods and other foods and as a preservative in natural cosmetics.

 

 

 


Loban

Loban or Gum Benzoin is a fragrant balsamic resin obtained from the bark of several species of trees in the genus Styrax. Crystals of Loban are burnt in places of worship throughout the Indian sub-continent for the holy, sanctified atmosphere the smoke creates.

 

 

 


Gum Arabic

Gum Arabic is a versatile hydrocolloid that has many applications. A superior emulsifier, our Gum Arabic Spray Dry Powder is widely used in the production of beverage and flavour emulsions and meal replacers. Its low viscosity and adhesive properties, meanwhile, make gum Arabic an excellent ingredient for coating cereal, confections, and snack foods.

 

 


Gum Myrrh

Gum Myrrh is a sap-like substance (resin) that comes out of cuts in the bark of trees that are members of the Commiphora species. Commiphora mukul, a related species, is not a source
of myrrh. Myrrh is used to make medicine. Myrrh is used for indigestion,
ulcers, colds, cough, asthma, lung congestion, arthritis pain, cancer, leprosy, spasms, and syphilis. It is also used as a stimulant and to increase menstrual flow.

 

 


Black Raisins

Black Raisins also known as dried black grapes. The black raisins are generally used for many Indian deserts and Rice dishes and Kormas. Many Indian cooks prefer to use the golden raisins for some Indian sweets. They make a great low calorie snack and 2 tablespoons of black raisins can be used as one fruit serving. This kind is prepared by drying the fruit in full sun and results in a dark color

 

 


Golden raisins

Golden raisins may benefit people with allergies. Quercetin, a flavonoid in grapes, has antihistamine and anti-inflammatory properties and may help prevent heart disease and cancer, according to the University of Maryland Medical Center.

 

 

 


Yellow Raisins

To make Yellow Raisins, the grapes are dipped in warm water and then coated with sulfur dioxide to make sure they stay golden throughout the drying process. Raisins contain considerable amount of iron which directly helps treating anemia. It also contains many members of vitamin-B complex which are essential for formation of blood. They are then laid out on wooden trays to dry, where warm air is blown on them to speed up the drying process.

 

 


Green Raisins

Green Raisins are an internationally renowed, healthy snack food—cholesterol-free, low in sodium and totally fat-free. They provide many essential vitamins and minerals including iron, potassium, calcium and certain B vitamins. Raisins are a good source of fiber and are rich in antioxidants.

 

 

 


Brown Raisins

We supply superior quality Brown Raisins that are known for their high-sweetness level. These raisins have a 70% of pure fructose and provide quick energy on consumption. These raisins are fat free and a good source of fibre and antioxidants. These are used in muesli, plum cakes, buns and sweet breads.