Water chestnut, commonly known as ‘Singhara‘ in Pakistan .is generally grown in muddy or marshy area of the land. It is having the shape of tube and its stems are without leaves. The edible part of the vegetable is the corms, which is whitish in colour. Often, they are eaten raw. They are also used after slightly boiled. Singhara is rich in carbohydrate, fiber, vitamins and minerals. They are crispy and crunchy.
Nutrients Facts :
• Protein • Fat • Carbohydrates • Dietary Fiber • Calcium • Zinc • Iron • Sodium • Potassium
• Rich in potassium • Lowers cardiac risks • Good for sound sleep • Good for muscles • Good for thyroid gland • Hair growth • Control loose motions • Anti-viral • Good for fetal growth • Regulates water retention • Cure phlegm • Secretion of mother milk • Sore throat • Helps to gain weight • Good for pregnant woman • Good source of energy • Gives relief in pain and swelling • Gives relief in diarrhea, dysentery • Helpful in thyroid • Cures sexual debility
Adult 1-2 teaspoonful 2-3 times a day with a glass of milk or water Children Half teaspoonful 2-3 times a day with a glass of milk or water
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