Gahat Dal
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Himalayan Gahat Dal

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Our Gahat dal, also known as horse gram is grown in the Bhatwadi village of Uttarakhand. This storehouse of nutrients has premium quality taste and is sourced directly from the farmers.

Amongst all pulses, horse gram has the highest calcium concentration, rich in protein, dietary fiber, minerals, and vitamins. It is used to treat kidney stones, urinary disorders, piles, the common cold, throat infection, and fever.

  • Unpolished
  • Keto-Friendly
  • Soaking time- 12 hrs.
  • High in protein and fibre

· Gahat ki dal is a natural treatment for kidney stones.

· Significantly reduces high blood sugar by reducing insulin resistance. Thus, it’s a super diabetic-friendly food and helps in weight loss.

· Traditional medicine says Gahat ki dal has the power to help heal any health issue such as asthma, bronchitis, leucoderma, urinary discharge, kidney stones and heart ailments.

· Ayurveda also recommends horse gram for treating jaundice, rheumatism, conjunctivitis and piles.

· The paste of the gram is used to ease localized swelling.

Ingredients: Himalayan Gahat Dal.

Storage: Store in a cool, dry place away from sunlight.

Consume within 12 months from the date of manufacturing

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Rakshit Rajpal
Pahadi taste

Omg, I was born in the hills but had to move to city for my job. As soon as I saw this on insta, I ordered it without any second thought at the word 'Gahat' ki dal. I used to love it as a child but now it can be rarely found in grocery stores. Its very nice work done by these people who are delivering Pahadi cuisine with such fast service.
Thanks Valley Culture:)

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Rakshit Rajpal
The flavour!

Omg, I was born in the hills but now I live in city due to my job . I saw this on insta n quickly ordered it on hearing 'Gahat' dal . I used to love it as a child but now it can be rarely found. To be honest, I was a little scared at trying it but when I combined it with Red rice, the explosion of taste in my mouth was unforgettable. Its great how these people are delivering pahadi cuisine with such fast service. Thanks Valley Culture :)


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