Welcome to Swadist Spices
Agarwal Spices & Food Processors (P) Ltd. modestly began in 1986 as an individual enterprise. The company was founded by Mr. Sandeep Ku. Agarwal and Mr. Hemant Ku. Agarwal. Over a decade of fervent passion for excellence has made Swadist a leader in spice market. Swadist in its R & D division has pioneered various spice mixes (masala) and today Swadist has in its gamut the widest possible range of spices with its consumers scattered throughout the world. In addition to export of spices Swadist is also exporting technology and propriety formulations to various parts of the world. This mystic India resplendent with flora and fauna has a lot to offer to this world, and Swadist is enduring humbly to propagate the pristine cult of Indian spices to every nook and corner of the world.
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Mr. Sandeep Kumar Agarwal
Namaskar & Hello.
It’s a privilege to talk to you. We began our journey in late 1987 and today we are here only because of the blessing of the almighty and you.
During this journey many challenges came but finally we find that there is a award for everyone who believes in hard work, sincerity, truth & consistency. Principally if one is truthful to himself and God, he / she will definitely succeed.
We are thankful to the God for associating us always with right Machinery, Raw Material, Packaging Material Supplier, Hard working and Honest Workers, Co-operative distributors, Stockist, Dealers and above all trustworthy Customers because of whom our company exists. We just want to say “Eat Pure, Live Healthy”.
Good Luck & Regards
Mr. Sandeep Kumar Agarwal
Medicinal Use of Spices & Herbs
Coriander seeds yield cilantro, also known as Chinese parsley, a staple herb in Mexican, Thai, Vietnamese, and Indian cooking. The seeds have been used for thousands of years as a digestive aid. Try making a strong tea from crushed seeds (strain before drinking). The herb can be helpful for some people with irritable bowel syndrome, as it calms intestinal spasms that can lead to diarrhea. Preliminary studies in animals support another traditional use for coriander—as an antianxiety herb. Its essential oil appears to fight bacteria, including E. coli and salmonella. It’s also being studied for its potential cholesterol-reducing benefits and has been shown to lower cholesterol in animals. Like many other herbs, this one acts as an antioxidant. According to one study, cilantro leaves provide the most antioxidant punch.
Smash a clove of garlic, the odor comes from byproducts of allicin. The sulfur compound believed to be responsible for most of the herb’s medicinal benefits and what gives garlic its bite. When eaten daily, garlic can help lower heart disease risk by as much as 76 percent.
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