Description of Horse Gram Gahat Dal Millet
Q 1. Can I track my Horse Gram Gahat Dal delivery on phone / whatsapp for safety?
Ans. 1. Yes, you can.
Q 2. Is there guarantee against defective Horse Gram Gahat Dal?
Ans. 2. Yes, full refund or replacement offered. However, there is never defective as we observed.
Q 3. Can I suggest my own quantity of Horse Gram Gahat Dal?
Ans. 3. Yes, you may call or whatsapp and we will get the package for you.
Q 4. Are Horse Gram Gahat Dal healthy?
Ans. 4. Yes, the Horse Gram or Gahat Dal you order from here is good for health and fitness and is medically known to be healthy.
Q 5. Is specific time delivery of Horse Gram available?
Ans. 5. Yes, specific time delivery is available if courier service permits, please discuss on whatsapp for this.
Q 6. Can I get Horse Gram with name on the pack?
Ans. 6. Yes, you can get Horse Gram Gahat Dal with name who you want to send or gift.
Q 7. Is the Horse Gram Gahat Dal package healthy?
Ans. 7. Yes, the pack in which you get these Horse Gram Gahat Dal is of healthy material that preserves its natural qualities.
Q 8. Is Horse Gram delivery chargeable?
Ans. 8. The delivery is chargeable as actual cost that is incurred via courier services.
Q 9. What is Horse Gram or Gahat Dal?
Ans. 9. Gehat Dal or Gahat Dal is a pulse usable to treat stones in body such as kidney stones. Its English name is black gram aka Kulith.
Q 10. What are biological details of Horse Gram or Gahat Dal?
Ans. 10.The biological details of Horse Gram Gahat Dal are:
|Scientific classification of Horse Grams|
Ans. 11. It is popularly known as gahat dal, gehat dal , horse grain, poor man’s pulse, Macrotyloma uniflorum and Dolichos biflorus.
Q 12. What is nutritional value of horse gram?
And. 12. The nutritional value of horse gram in general is:
Horse gram and moth bean are legumes of the tropics and subtropics, grown mostly under dry-land agriculture.
The chemical composition is comparable with more commonly cultivated legumes.
Comparitively, horse gram or gahat dal sees have higher trypsin inhibitor and hemagglutinin activities and natural phenols thanmost beans.
Like other legumes, these are deficient in methionine and tryptophan, though horse gram is an excellent source of iron and molybdenum.
Natural phenols are mostly phenolic acids, namely, 3, 4-dihydroxybenzoic, 4-hydroxybenzoic, vanillic, caffeic, p-coumaric, ferulic, syringic and sinapic acids. Though both require prolonged cooking, a soak solution (1.5% NaHCO3 + 0.5% Na
3 + 0.75% citric acid) has been shown to reduce cooking time and improve protein quality.
Moth bean is mostly consumed as dhal or sprouts.
Its less appealing taste has led it to be not commonly eaten.
Its nutritional content is partly dependent on soil conditions and the weather.
Horse gram seed contains carbohydrate (57.2% w/w), protein (22% w/w), dietary fiber (5.3% w/w), fat (0.50% w/w), calcium (287 mg), phosphorus (311 mg), iron (6.77 mg) and calories (321 kcal) as well as vitamins like thiamine (0.4 mg), riboflavin (0.2 mg) and niacin (1.5 mg) per 100 grams of dry matter.
Q 13. If my order is confirmed online can it get cancelled also?
Ans. 13. The order may get canelled for this product in case stock exhausts suddenly.
The purchaser needs to treat this as a rider.
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