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Munakka (Brown Raisins, Glass Bottle 200gms)
Raisins or Munakka are a type of grape that has been dried or dehydrated for around three weeks. Grapes darken as they dry, which gives Munakka their dark brown colour. The size, taste and colour can vary depending on the type of grape used. It is generally used as a dry fruit and has a sweet taste. Munakka is cooling in nature and has plenty of medicinal uses.
Health Benefits of Munakka
- Managing Constipation
Munakka's high fiber content and laxative properties help in maintaining bowel movements and managing constipation.
- Controls Acidity
Its unique cooling property can help to treat many digestive disorders including acidity.
- Helps in weight gain
Munakka is a rich source of natural sugars like sucrose and glucose which is considered highly effective for gaining weight naturally. For this, you can consume 5-7 raisins daily with milk.
- Promotes bone health
Munakka is rich in calcium, magnesium and potassium which help in strengthening the bones and boosts bone density.
Other benefits -
- Stabilizes cholesterol levels
- Cures hypertension
- Prevents cold and cough
- Improves oral health
- Treats headache
- Improves vision
- Promotes haemoglobin levels
Uses of Munakka
- You can soak Munakka in water overnight and have the water as well as the Munakka in the morning to start your day.
- You can use Munakka paste with honey as a face mask to get rid of dark skin patches.
- You can also eat 1 - 2teaspoons of raw Munakka to reap its benefits.
Where Can I Buy Munakka Online?
You can buy Munakka online from Healthy Buddha's website or through the mobile app.
FAQ about Munakka -
What is the difference between Munakka and Kishmish?
Munakka and Kishmish are totally different dry fruits. Munakka is brown in colour while Kishmish is yellow. Munakka contains seed and is used for its medicinal properties whereas Kishmishis seedless and is more popularly used in cooking.
Can we eat Munakka seeds?
Yes, there is no harm in eating Munakka seeds as long as you can chew them.
Is Munakka good for diabetes?
Munakka's antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties can help in managing diabetes when eaten in a moderate manner.
Does Munakka help to control bad breath?
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