Ikshvaku Organic Kapok Seeds | Kapok Buds | Marathi Moggu | Natural Indian Farm Product

Kapok Buds, also known as Marathi Moggu are the flower buds of a creeper shrub. These are basically grown in Malnad region in Karnataka, South India. This plant was mentioned in the Old Testament in historical periods. It is used as a spice for either garnishing the food items or adding flavour to the ordinary taste of the food to make it extraordinary. It helps the digestive and excretory systems because it helps in the breakdown of starch.

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  • Marathi Moggu is a spice that is native to Karnataka and is grown there. The Marathi Moggu is a woody bulb like structure with a woody tail at the top. It is very dry and compressed. It is used as a flavouring spice or agent for South Indian dishes. The fragrance is very spicy and strong.
  • The spices have been cultivated in the Malnad region located in Karnataka. This place is rich, bountiful and blessed by the Mother Nature. The reason being it rains in plenty in Malnad because of which it is green, pure and moist, suitable for the growth of Marathi Moggu.
  • Marathi Moggu is known as Kapok Buds which is a spice specially grown in Karnataka for preparing certain dishes like Bisi Bele Bath, Kannadiga, saagu, etc. It is called Moggu in Karnataka and Mogga in Telugu. It is also known as Indian Capers as its common name.
  • According to the Ayurvedic Doshas, Marathi Moggu brings Kapha and Pitta to moderate levels. The effect on the Vata Dosha is good after eating.
Weight 0.25 g
Dimensions 10 × 5 × 2 in

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