Mandar Hill Makhana

  • Being low in calories and high on nutrition, makhanas make a healthy mid-time snack, that helps you to cut down your calories.
  • These munchy snacks are rich in antioxidants and hence helps in relieving inflammation and joint pains.
  • Organic non-cereal food enriched with more nutrients compared to dry fruits, such as almonds, walnuts, and cashew nuts.
  • Contains no sugar, which further helps in maintaining a balance of sugar levels and hence is suitable for diabetics.
  • This healthy food can be also used for trying various interesting culinary experiments to suit your taste.

Available in 

  • 250 Gram

5 Interesting Makhana Benefits – Mandar Hill Makhana

Eating dry fruits is beneficial for health. Makhana can be eaten without heating or it can also be eaten roasted. According to Ayurveda, makhana is rich in antioxidants to reduce the signs of aging. It works to reduce the signs of aging. It is rich in calcium and is beneficial in joint pain.

Improve Digestion

Makhana is rich in anti-oxidants, which are easily digested by people of all age groups. Apart from this, Phool Makhana also has anti-inflammatory properties, which give relief from diarrhea and is helpful in improving appetite.

Kidney Strength

Due to very little sweetness in Phool Makhana, it detoxifies the spleen. To strengthen the kidney and keep the blood better, take regular food intake.

Heart Diseases

Unhealthy cholesterol is very less in Makhana. It is easily digested and helps in keeping heart diseases away.

Helpful in Relieving Stress

If you often have stress and due to this your sleep is also getting affected, then eating makhana will be beneficial for you. Taking makhana with a glass of milk before sleeping at night helps in good sleep. Also, stress is also reduced.

For Muscle Strength

Eating makhana is also very beneficial for the strength of muscles. If your muscles get stiff from time to time, then you should start eating makhana regularly.


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