What is Nutriseed Gulkand

Updated: Mar 2

Nutriseed Gulkand or rose petal jam is a sweet Indian delicacy energized with dry fruits and nutritious seeds. According to Ayurveda, gulkand is simple to make its plus loaded with enormous health benefits. With cooling properties, it alleviates all heat-related problems like tiredness, lethargy, itching, aches and pains.


Contents of Nutriseed Gulkand:


1. Sucrose


Sucrose, are colorless sweet-tasting crystals that dissolve in water. Its also referred to as table sugar and it occurs naturally in sugarcane, sugar beets, sugar maple sap, dates and honey.


2. Glucose


Glucose, also called dextrose is one of a group of carbohydrates known as simple sugars. It’s the chief source of energy in the blood and the main sugar the body manufactures. Glucose normally comes from the food we eat; fruits, honey etc.


3. Cardamom


Cardamom, world’s ancient spice is famous for its intense, slightly sweet and minty flavor. It belongs from the ginger family, and is world widely used both in sweets and savory recipes. Its medicinal properties have been accepted since years and used to treat indigestion, asthma and bad breath.


4. Cashews


Cashews, are kidney-shaped seed sourced from the cashew tree and are a popular ingredient while making rich Indian gravies and curries. They are a good source of copper, magnesium and manganese which plays an important role for energy production, brain health, immunity and bone health.


5. Walnuts


Walnuts, commonly referred to as ‘brain food’ because the structure of the nut resembles like that of a brain. Its rich in vitamins and minerals like potassium, iron, zinc and magnesium which together helps improves brain functioning. It also helps reduce inflammation and improves heart disease risk factors.



6. Almonds


Almonds, termed as world’s most perfect snack is loaded with vitamins and minerals that our body requires to function properly. They are award-winners in the categories of both taste and health benefits. Its used to boost Heart Health, prevents diabetes and improves overall health.


7. Raisins


Raisins, famously called dried grapes which are dried in the sun or in a food dehydrator. They are commonly used as a topping on cookies, breads and muffins. It loaded with minerals which helps maintain good bone, joint health, improves wound healing and improves cognitive performance.


8. Almondette


Almondette, a nutty seed known for its sweet and salty taste. Its commonly referred to a chironji and is a commonly found ingredient in most Indian kitchen cabinets. Its mostly used for boosting immunity, enhances skin quality, treating wounds and ulcers.


9. Pumpkin Seeds


Pumpkin seeds, are edible, flat, oval-shaped green seeds of pumpkin flesh. It can be consumed in varied forms - raw, spouted and roasted. It’s called as little powerhouses of nutrients as they are rich source of protein, unsaturated fatty acids, vitamins and minerals that reduces the risk factors of chronic diseases, including cancer.


10. Watermelon Seeds


Watermelon seeds, are super-rich in various nutrients, have low-calorie count and compromise micronutrients like zinc, magnesium, potassium etc. The seeds are not poisonous but hard to digest. These seeds are useful in boosting immunity, improve heart health, controls blood sugar levels and treats asthma.


11. Muskmelon Seeds


Muskmelon seeds, commonly known as Kharbooja is a sweet, fleshy and juicy fruit ideal for consumption during the summers. This water fruit is loaded with antioxidants, minerals and a bunch of other wholesome qualities. The dried seeds are added to foods to get relief from cough and releasing of extra phlegm from the system.



12. Cucumber Seeds


Cucumber seeds, are a type of edible seeds which contain many nutritional benefits, including hydrating properties and valuable nutrients. Cucumber and its seeds are majorly used in spa treatments to relax and give a coolness effect to the eyes. Both the skin and the seeds of cucumber contains minerals and fiber which are used in building immunity, improving skin texture, healing eye issues and prevention of cancer.


13. Rose Petals


Rose petals, are the oldest flowers in the world and the most loved by gardeners. Since centuries they have a great importance in literature, music and art for centuries. The petals are used as a favorite ingredient for giving a natural boost to our health and skincare. These aromatic petals are added to cakes, jams, confections and giving a unique flavor to the tea.


14. Sodium Benzoate


Sodium benzoate, a type of salt-based preservative that is added to sodas, packaged foods, condiments, medicines, beverages and personal care products in order to extend their shelf life. It’s a man-made compound specifically made to prevent spoilage of food items from harmful bacteria, yeasts and mold. Its often found in berries, apples, plums, cinnamon and several other natural foods.


15. Potassium Sorbate


Potassium Sorbate, a man-made chemical preservative that has been used for almost 200 years in the baking industry to prevent mold, yeast and microbes. It’s an odorless and tasteless salt produced from sorbic acid and potassium hydroxide. Its commonly used in cakes, icings, beverage syrups, cheese, dried fruits, margarine, pie fillings and wine.


16. Nature Identical Rose Flavour


Nature identical rose fragrance, is an fragrance oil which contains natural ingredients; rose absolue, phenylethyl alcohol, geranium oil, pine oil and clove oil. Its chemically synthesized rather than being extracted from source materials. Its unique flavor is used in syrups, sherbats, cakes, icing, cookies, ice-creams, confectioneries, sweets, jams and jellies.