Gulkand is one of the best natural coolants and it seems that this recipe has been around since the time we knew of roses. It is believed to have been introduced in India by the Turks back in the 7th century AD. The name itself suggests this origin. ‘Gul’ is rose in Persian and ‘Kand’ means sweet in Arabic. They say it was one of the favorite delicacies of Mughal queens. Despite its tradition and presence in the royal menu card, it is famous for health benefits.
Finely crushed dry fruits such as dates, cashew, badam and raisins dipped in honey along with Ajmer rose petals makes our Gulkand different from traditional Gulkand. these perfect ingredients serve as an energy store for your day to day life.
Gulkand is very useful to treat body odor and excessive perspiration. It detoxifies your body from inside and its cooling effect prevents internal heat during summers.
It is very useful for those suffering from dermal diseases like scabs, itching, boils, blisters, wrinkles, acne and much more. It is a natural anti-aging treatment.
Gulkand is rich in antioxidants thus acts as an energy booster. The regular intake of gulkand aids in severe ulcers, constipation, stomach heat and heart burning.
During summers, gulkand is advisable because it protects you from sun strokes, nostril bleeding, and dizziness.
Gulkand aids in heavy menstruation. During periods, gulkand is an essential diet. It prevents irregular periods and excessive bleeding. It provides you glucose potential that keeps you energetic and prevents anemia.
Gulkand is regarded as the health tonic that keeps your metabolism healthy and fit.
Ingredients: Pure honey, Rose petals, dates, cashew, watermelon seeds, badam.
Tasting notes: Sweet as honey with a hint of fresh rose petals.