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Thoodhuvalai DIP

Rs. 100.00

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* Used for Bronchial Asthma
* Reduces Chest Congestion
* Treats Cold & Cough
* Treats Sinus Infection
* Protects against Neurotoxicity
* Skin Repellent
* Anti - Inflammatory
* Anti - Microbial

Thoothuvalai/ Solanum Trilobatum Dip Soup has multiple health benefits but it's the ability to fight fever and common cold that makes it a popular hack for many home remedies in Tamil Nadu and the rest of South India. It's also a popular ingredient to combat sinusitis and asthma ailments. It also protects the lung from infection, increases Stamina, Anti-Oxidant, Anti-Microbial.

Thoothuvalai, known by its botanical name Solanum Trilobatum and commonly called in English as “Purple Fruited Pea Egg Plant” is one of the important medicinal plants called as kayakalpa herb in siddha medicine. Thoothuvalai is quite a commonplace in Tamil households as a remedy for cough and cold but that is just the tip of the medicinal iceberg it is. Thoothuvalai is that the herb, a widely used and effective home remedy, is well known for its anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial, anti-oxidant, and anti-cancerous properties.

The fine blend of Thoodhuvalai dried leaves along with salt, pepper & cumin seeds combo when dipped in 100 ml of hot water given the perfect Thoodhuvalai soup in 60 seconds with 100% natural ingredients. Greeny dip brings out the blending which has a crowd-pleasing taste for healthy living.

Greeny Dip is easier to carry anywhere, wherever you travel. We have smartly optimized the timeline of preparing the traditional soup method from 20 mins to 60 secs with our plastic FREE diffusion bag. No Artificial flavor added and Hygienically double packed with high shelf life makes our product Unique.


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