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Sugar Jaggery 1 kg

Sugar jaggery promotes fertility : Jaggery is given with black sesame seeds to girls in the traditional puberty ritual after the first menstruation.* Girls who followed this tradition will have low probability of getting infertility issues or gynecological problems in their later life. * This effect of jiggery is seen in many research studies. Example jiggery increased flies growth So good for reproduction* Jaggery is loaded with antioxidants and minerals such as zinc and selenium, which in turn help prevent free-radical damage and also boost resistance against infections. Jaggery also helps increase the total count of haemoglobin in the blood. Keywords : bulk rearing, Drosophila melanogaster, longevity, semolina-jaggery diet Diet preperation : jaggery diet was prepared at 2.5%, 5%, 10%, and 15% concentrations. To prepare one liter SJ diet, jaggery was completely dissolved in 500 ml of lukewarm distilled water followed by addition of semolina. Quantities of all ingredients. The mix was boiled for 10 minutes with continuous stirring to obtain a viscous consistency. Agar was dissolved in 100 ml of warm distilled water and added to the mix. Final volume was made up by addition of distilled water and the mix cooked for another 10 minutes with continuous stirring. Care should be taken to stir continuously during preparation, as uncooked semolina tends to clump at the bottom. When the temperature reached 70°C, propionic acid and methyl paraben were added and mix was immediately dispensed into vials. The cornmeal-sugar yeast (CSY) diet [5.2% cornmeal, 11% sugar, 2.4% autolyzed yeast extract, 2% agar, 0.3% propionic acid, 3% methyl paraben] was used as control due to its rigorous use as a standard diet in many studies. Processing of sugar on farm : They can process one tonne of sugar daily from10 tonnes of sugar cane crushed. At Iskcon Farm, a very simple method of juicing the cane, and boiling up the juice turns the juice into jaggery. Jaggery is made from the whole sugar juice, nothing is removed and all the nutrients that would normally be extracted into molasses are retained, making it a very healthful product.* The juice runs from the crusher into 3in large 8 feet wok like iron pans,* The juice runs from one to the next, with a fire underneath. 1 ½ litres Okra (Ladys Finger) juice is added to first pan, to pull major residue out. And to every 7-½ kg sugar juice, 100g lime is added, which also helps clarify syrup. The top of the syrup is cleared off as it cooks. 100g lime is for one pan which will contain juice crushed from 700 kilo of cane. * Cook till 800C, to the softball stage. 100ml caster oil is added before scooping. The hot syrup is then scooped into large wooden trays. There it is pushed and pulled with paddles until it cools and becomes a soft powder. A bit like making fudge.* Jaggery sugar is then packed into 250 g bags and sold through the stores in the major cities in India. This product is certified biodynamic and sold under a brand name. * If it needs storage on site, it is packed into 25kg bags and the walls of the warehouse are sprayed monthly with Neem, Turmeric powder and Pungam oil to stop insect infestation.


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The wonderment of  molasses is that it’s unlike refined sugar, which has zero nutritional value.  Molasses contains vital vitamins and minerals, such as iron, calcium, magnesium, vitamin B6, and selenium.Benefits :

1. Diabetes-Friendly Sweetener

2. Hair De-Frizzer

3. Bone Booster

4. Good for the Blood

5. Packed with Potassiu