Introducing our exquisite Homemade Methi, Sonth & Dink Laddus, a blend of tradition and health, meticulously crafted by including three most sought after ingredients for women after childbirth.
Unlike usual methi laddus, our laddus, prepared using an age old traditional recipe are low on bitterness, thus making them delicious and healthy are same time!
Why Choose Our Homemade Methi, Sonth & Dink Laddus?
Amazing Methi Benefits
Methi (fenugreek) seeds, are scientifically recognized, to boost health and well-being, especially Postpartum. Here are some of the key reasons -
1) Fenugreek is known to enhance breastmilk production and support the healthy growth of newborns. Thus, making these laddus a thoughtful addition to post-pregnancy nutrition.
2) Diet is of great importance after delivery. The natural properties of methi aid in appetite control, helping the mother embrace a balanced and mindful approach to eating.
3) The anti-inflammatory effects of Methi help in recovery
Power of Sonth
Apart from the above our Methi Laddus also have goodness of Sonth.
Sonth, or dried ginger powder, is traditionally used by new mothers for post-pregnancy care. It provides nourishment and helps restore the body's balance, particularly by addressing the 'Vaat Dosha' related to movement, which can be disrupted after childbirth.
Sonth Ladoo is a common form of consumption to promote recovery during the postnatal period.
Goodness of Goond / Dink
Gond or Dink, offers many nutritional benefits post pregnancy. These include alleviating back and joint pain associated with post-pregnancy, boosting energy levels, enhancing digestive wellness, and supporting overall bone health.
Benefits of Dry Fruits
You also get amazing benefits of variety of dry fruits - walnuts, almonds, and raisins.
No Refined Sugar
Our Methi Sonth & Goond laddus do not have refined Sugar. They are prepared in organic jaggery powder.
Desi Cow Ghee - Cow Ghee is a great source of healthy fats and vitamins. The addition of ghee can also help to add a richer, more decadent flavor to the laddus.