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Gajwan Phool (Dried) - Gule Gaozaban - Gul e Gazwan - Onosma Bracteatum Flower

Rs.1,613.25

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Known as : Gule Gaozaban, Gajwan Phool, Dried Gajwan flower, Gul e Gazwan, Onosma Bracteatum Flower

Botanical name : Onosma Bracteatum

Product form : Dried flower, Whole flower

Speciality: No Artificial Colors, Fresh & Pure. Free from Harmful chemicals, pesticides & no additives

100% pure and genuine product at Wholesale prices

Packaged in most Hygienic Environment

Product is Vegetarian

Country of Origin: India

Buy Gule Gaozaban, Gajwan Phool, Dried Gajwan flower, Gul e Gazwan, Onosma Bracteatum Flower at wholesale or bulk prices.

SKU: WH-10115
How to store ?

Keep it in a cool and dry place away from moisture and sunlight. Store the contents in an Airtight Container
after opening the package.

Where do we ship ?

DOMESTIC (India):

We deliver across all postal codes in India.

INTERNATIONAL (Export) :

We export and ship to almost all countries in the world.

Popular markets are United States, United Kingdom (UK), Canada, China, Australia, France, Germany, Italy, Netherland, Switzerland, Belgium, Austria, Finland, Sweden, Norway, Poland, Denmark, Lithuania, Serbia, Slovakia, Croatia, Greece, Turkey, Kuwait, Israel, UAE, Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, South Korea, Japan, Canada, Egypt, Brazil, South Africa, Kenya, Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka

Domestic and International Shipping

Domestic Courier Partners : Delhivery, Ekart, Amazon, DTDC

International Shipping Partners:

DHL, Aramex, Fedex, India Post

Delivery time

DOMESTIC (India)

Processing time : 1-2 Days

Delivery Time: 3-7 Working days

INTERNATIONAL (Export)

Processing time : 2-4 Days

Delivery Time : 5-12 Working days

Do you have COD ?

No, we don't have Cash on Delivery (COD).

Is Delivery free ?

DOMESTIC (India)

Yes, All deliveries are free.

INTERNATIONAL (Export)

International Shipping is charged based on Destination and total weight. You will be shown the shipping cost at checkout.

Note : Shipping gradually cost comes down as weight increases.

Disclaimer

TheWholesalerCo doesn't give medical advice or prescription.

The information given on the website has not been evaluated by FDA, or by us. This data is for basic information purpose only, and is not intended to make a diagnosis, cure, avert or treat any illness or disease. We strongly suggest visiting and consulting a qualified Ayurvedic Practitioner before starting or following any regime.

Uses of Dried Flowers

Dried flowers have been used for various purposes throughout history due to their beneficial properties. Here are some common uses of medicinal flowers:

  1. Herbal Medicine: Many flowers have medicinal properties and are used in herbal medicine. They can be used to make teas, infusions, tinctures, or extracts that are believed to have therapeutic effects on the body. Examples include chamomile flowers for relaxation and soothing digestion, lavender flowers for calming and promoting sleep, and calendula flowers for their anti-inflammatory properties.
  2. Aromatherapy: The essential oils derived from flowers are often used in aromatherapy. These oils are obtained through distillation or extraction and can be used in diffusers, massage oils, or added to bathwater. Flowers such as rose, jasmine, and ylang-ylang are popular choices for their soothing and mood-enhancing properties.
  3. Skin Care: Many flowers contain compounds that are beneficial for the skin. Extracts or essential oils from flowers like rose, lavender, and chamomile are commonly used in skincare products such as creams, lotions, and soaps. They can help soothe irritated skin, reduce inflammation, and promote healthy skin.
  4. Culinary Purposes: Certain flowers are used in cooking for their flavors and medicinal properties. Edible flowers like lavender, rose, and marigold can be added to dishes, desserts, or beverages to enhance flavors or provide aesthetic appeal. They can also contain antioxidants and other bioactive compounds beneficial to health.
  5. Natural Remedies: Medicinal flowers have been traditionally used to treat various ailments. For example, elderflower has been used to relieve symptoms of colds and flu, while hibiscus flowers are known for their potential to lower blood pressure. Calendula flowers have been used topically to aid wound healing and soothe skin conditions.
  6. Traditional Practices: Medicinal flowers have been an integral part of traditional medicine systems like Ayurveda, Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), and Native American medicine. Flowers are often used in formulations or as individual remedies to address specific health conditions based on these traditional practices.

Disclaimer : The content provided on this website is for informational purposes only
and should not be considered medical advice. It is not intended to
diagnose, treat, or cure any medical condition. Always consult with a
qualified healthcare professional before making any healthcare decisions
or embarking on a new treatment plan.

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