Ashapops – Pops Water Lily Turmeric Garlic – Case Of 6-1 Oz
Water Lily Seeds, High-Oleic Expeller Pressed Sunflower Oil, Turmeric, Garlic, Pink Himalayan Salt, Black Pepper
100 calories. 4 g plant protein. Vegan. Sugar free. Paleo. Gluten free. Good source of magnesium. Corn free. Non-gmo. Plant-based superfood snack. Baked & handcrafted in l.a. Light, satisfying & crunchy. My son, jai & i are so excited to bring popped water lily seeds, also known as makhana, to the us. These seeds are an integral part of ayurveda, the ancient indian holistic science. I’ve enjoyed snacking on these pearls of nature with their delicious crunch, since i was a little girl. Last summer, i started eating these popped water lily seeds again since the magnesium in them helped me relax & sleep better. They’re packed with plant protein & antioxidants & we feel blessed to share this guilt-free superfood snack with you, our ashapops fam! from our family to yours, – asha & jai, mother & son. Did you know? turmeric is an ancient ayurvedic spice that gives asha’s favorite curries a golden color. Turmeric contains curcumin with its powerful anti-inflammatory & anti-oxidative properties. Ashapops are seeds of this indian water lily plant called euryale ferox. Www.ashapops.com. Follow us on: instagram. Facebook. Twitter (at)ashasuperfoods. Your purchase allows us to contribute 5% of our net proceeds to our growers.
|Dimensions||24 × 24 × 24 in|
Certified Gluten-Free, Certified Vegan, Kosher, Non GMO
Triglycerides Health , Celiac (No Gluten), Diabetes , Heart Health
Gluten Free, Halal, Kosher
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Dairy – None, Eggs – None, Soy – None, Wheat – None
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