Gulkand (Kashmiri Rose)

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Key Specifications

Ethically sourced and cruelty-free

Anti-spasmodic properties

Possess anti-depressant

Contains menstrual regulators


Why Is Gulkand Used?

Gulkand (also written gulqand or gulkhand) is a sweet preserve of rose petals believed to come from India. The term is derived from Persian; gul (rose) and qand (sugar/sweet). Gulkand has coolant-like qualities, making it an excellent supplement for battling the summer heat. Due to its seasonality and arduous preparation, it was regarded as a regal and opulent treat in the Indian subcontinent. In Ayurveda, gulkand is indeed regarded as a medicine. It is mostly famous for its cooling qualities, which benefit people whose bodies produce excessive heat.

The Sun-Cooked Process!

Gulkand is frequently contrasted with products that are readily accessible on the market, like rose-petal jam. In addition to the type of rose that is used, its preparation method also contributes to its significantly superior flavour. Gulkand is baked in the sun for at least a month, giving the delicacy a deep, dense, and fragrant flavour. As a result, Gulkand's method of sun-cooking preserves the nutrients in rose petals.

    Vendor: Aurganicum
    Type: Sweeteners
    Size: 200 gms

    Improves memory and eyesight

    Strengthens digestive system

    Relieves stress

    Used a blood purifier