Wednesday, March 27, 2013

What does a Mouth-freshener mean?

What does a Mouth-freshener mean?
Mukhwas is usually eaten after a meal to aid digestion and freshen the mouth.
A Mouth Freshener served after a meal is a mix of mint products like sweet supari, sugar mint, Supari Sali and badisop [ Fennel ].
These tasty Green Mukhwas is a traditional Indian mouth freshener for after meals. It can also act as a digestive aid. This aromatic mouth freshener is a blend of sugar, essential oils, fennel seeds, sesame seeds and other spices.
Saunf or Fennel seeds are the dried seeds of the Fennel plant.
The main ingredient being Fennel seeds or also called Saunf is best when roasted. Do u know why eat fennel seeds after a meal?
Fennel has a cooling effect and is an aromatic herb that is used in various culinary preparations as well.
Nutrition wise fennel or saunf is rich in vitamin C, fiber, potassium, manganese, phosphorus, calcium, magnesium, iron, folate, niacin, and antioxidants. Have u ever tried fennel tea or fennel mixed and had as a juice. This would provides relief from nausea and vomiting.
Coming up with a most interesting mouth freshener recipe combining roasted saunf n sali or laccha supari.

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