Last Forest’s black pepper comes from the pepper plantations of the Nilgiri hills, that is cultivated and grown by the indigenous people. Pepper vines are found in the coffee growing areas of the Nilgiris, climbing on silver oak, silk cotton and jackfruit trees. The variety of black pepper sold by Last Forest is Karimundan, which is said to be one of the best in the country. This variety is grown in places that are very humid, hence the pepper is more spicier and flavoursome. than the others. Black pepper stimulates the taste buds in such a way that an alert is sent to the stomach to increase hydrochloric acid secretion, thereby improving digestion. 2. Cinnamon is the bark of the cinnamon tree, found in wet and warm climates. It is used for cooking all over the world as well as for baking and making sweets and desserts. Cinnamon is one of a few spices that are eatable without preparation. Cinnamon has a long history both as a spice and as a medicine. Cinnamon’s ability to lower the release of arachidonic acid from cell membranes also puts it in the category of an “anti-inflammatory” food that can be helpful in lessening inflammation. Cinnamon also has a lowering effect on blood sugar. The cinnamon by Last Forest is grown by the indigenous communities of the Nilgiris, with the help of development projects initiated by Keystone. 3. Cloves are dried flower buds from trees of the Myrtaceae family, found in wet and warm climates. It has a long history as a supply in cross Indian cuisine, as a key ingredient of garam masala and tea masala. In southern India clove is a common spice used when making biryani. The aromatic buds are also used in some ayurvedic treatments, mostly for increasing heat in the body system. Although clove is mainly famous for its culinary qualities, it has been used both in Chinese medicine as well as in Western herbal medicine, meant to have painkilling and antiseptic virtues. Modern science has proved the effectiveness of using cloves for dental pain. Clove contains big amounts of antioxidants. The cloves by Last Forest are grown in the Nilgiri hills, by indigenous communities of the region.
- Product TypeFood
- ManufacturerLast Forest
- Weight175.00 (in gm)
- Shelf Life12 months
- State of ManufacturerTamil Nadu