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- AboutA highly nutritious leafy vegetable, Red Amaranthus has bright red leaves and a flavour similar to a beat. The Red variety produces feathery purple, magenta or red flowers from the central stalk which is packed with edible seeds. But once they mature and become bushy, they are not edible and should be avoided.
- Storage and UsesYou can store fresh leaves by wrapping in damp paper towels and refrigerating. We deliver these leafy in hygienic packages which can be directly stored in your refrigerator. Consumed in the form of stir fries, soups, gravies, simmered dishes, daal and curries.
- BenefitsAmaranthus is an excellent source of elements like foliate, calcium, phosphorous, Vitamin C, A and a powerhouse of Iron. Relieves a wide variety of oral problems like mouth ulcers, sore throat, bad breath and swollen gums.
Regular consumption helps in easing digestion, excessive menstruation and weight management.
The leaves are also deemed to be an effective measure against hair loss, skin problems and premature greying.