Agriculture Leaves

Agriculture Leaves

Our product range includes a wide range of neem dried leaves, drumstick leaves (dried), stevia leaves (dried), tulsi leaves (dried) and neem leaves (dried).

Neem Dried Leaves

We supply our neem dried leaves in fresh, dry neem leaves and powder neem leaves. The first wonderful benefit of using neem dried leaves is related to your oral hygiene. dried neem leaves on a daily basis is more than recommended, you can either brew tea and gargle it or you can just chew them and spit afterwards. neem dried leaves are used to treat chickenpox and warts by bathing in water with neem leaves or directly applying to the skin in a paste form. In order to increase immunity of the body, neem leaves are made into a tea or powdered to be mixed with water. We maintain the highest possible hygiene levels during the processing of neem leaves in our factory. We offer wholesale neem dried leaves and dry neem leaves powder.

Drumstick Leaves (Dried)

Drumstick is the ideal plant to battle with the low nutrition, infections and inflammation and provides the best nutritional benefits much more than any other veggies available. Drumstick leaves act as an antioxidant which can fight against free radicals in the body. This can stop the growth of cancer cell and prevent the mutation of the normal cells. drumstick leaves benefits supported by scientific research. Moringa leaves are particularly popular in parts of Africa and India.

Stevia Leaves (Dried)

At its natural habitat, stevia plant leaves are harvested by hand picking as and when required. However, most of the stevia that made available in the markets is grown under greenhouse or at least in supervised farming. If you grow your own stevia plant in the backyard, pick up leaves with a short petiole for use. In general, fresh leaves can be sundried, powdered and stored in an airtight container for future use. where people have used leaves from the stevia bush to sweeten food for hundreds of years. In traditional medicine in these regions, stevia also served as a treatment for burns, colic, stomach problems and sometimes as a contraceptive.

Tulsi Leaves (Dried)

Tulsi is worshiped like a mother in all religions. It is a religious practice to pour water on tulsi plant. Due to its healing powers tulsi water is given to a person before death. It is said that Tulsi protects from sudden death. The tremendous disinfectant, germicidal and fungicidal properties of tulsi destroys all those pathogens discussed above and heals the resulting fever. It is an old practice in India to have a decoction of tulsi leaves and flowers in case you are suffering from a fever. Tulsi also has certain compounds like mercury, which has rich germicidal properties that can actually be harmful to the teeth if kept in direct contact for too long.