“According to Ayurveda, makhana has astringent properties. What does that mean? It removes toxins and, hence, can benefit the kidneys directly. It also aids in digestion and can be beneficial in controlling diarrhea. Given that it is low in cholesterol, fat, and sodium, regular intake of makhana can help lower the risk of heart attack.” To read the full essay, please click here.
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