When it comes to jaggery, our brain memorizes its sweet taste. Also called Gur in India, jaggery is made by boiling raw and concentrated sugarcane juice until it solidifies. It achieves a dark yellow color and looks little gooey. It is rich in antioxidants and minerals, such as:
- Vitamin A
People can use jaggery instead of white sugar in their sweet treats to make the recipe more healthy. Not just consuming natural jaggery helps in body cleansing, but facilitates digestion, relieves one from constipation, stimulates bowel movement, and cleaning liver through detoxification. Adults in the family always suggest to consume jaggery to treat flu-like symptoms, as it can efficiently cold and cough symptoms.