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Premium Quality Chirongi

Premium Quality Chirongi

Regular price Rs. 140.00
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Farmonics goods are purchased directly from growers and processed and packaged in our sanitary processing facility to preserve their original nutrients and freshness.

Chirongi seeds are a wonderful source of protein and fat and have few calories. They have a lot of dietary fibre in them.

Vitamins like vitamin C, vitamin B1, vitamin B2, and niacin are all provided by chirongi.

Because the oil extracted from chirongi nuts has more practical and therapeutic qualities than that from almonds, they make an excellent substitute for almonds.

Summertime intake of chirongi is advised due to its great cooling properties. The cooling effect of chirongi/char seeds helps to progressively lessen the burning sensation.

Additionally necessary for the creation of rich milk-based beverages like Masala Milk, Doodh-Pak, and Chirongi or Chironji Kernels.

Cakes are topped with chirongi seeds, which also flavour desserts and occasionally thicken meats and gravies.

These seeds are frequently crushed to create a powder that is then used as a seasoning or spice in many traditional Indian cuisines. particularly sweets like burfi.


There is an Ayurvedic proverb that says: “When diet is wrong, medicine is of no use. When diet is correct, medicine is of no need”. Chirongi or chironji also known as almondette seeds is commonly used as a substitute for almonds, The chirongi tree (Buchanania lanzan) belongs to the cashew family (Anacardiaceae). It is commended for its sweet and salty taste. It is widely used in the holistic science of Ayurveda as it is an absolute remedy for several health problems.

Origin of Chirongi

The chirongi tree originated in India and is now distributed in southeast Asia from Myanmar, Thailand, Laos, and Vietnam to southern China. The bark of this tree resembles crocodile skin, which is dark grey and rough with prominent squares. Chirongi is slightly flattened and tastes like almond and can be eaten raw but they are often roasted which greatly improves the flavor.

In Hindi, it is called: char, piyal, priyal chironji, and pra-SAVAK.

In Marathi, it is called: char, chroli, and piyal.

In Gujarati, it is called: charoli.

In Malayalam, it is called: mūṅṅāppēḻ and nuramaram.

In Kannada, it is called: caroli, kole maavu.

In Tamil, it is called: saraparuppu

How to Enjoy Farmonics Chironji Dana:

  • Sweets and Desserts: Sprinkle Chirongi Dana, 4 piece kaju , pumpkin seeds , etc over kheer, halwa, or ladoos for added texture and flavor.
  • Savory Dishes: Use Chirongi Dana as a garnish for curries, biryanis, or vegetable dishes to enhance their taste and visual appeal.
  • Snacking: Enjoy Chirongi Dana on its own as a nutritious and satisfying snack between meals.

Benefits of Chirongi

Many people know chirongi as an ingredient to sprinkle on various sweet dishes and it is a great replacement for almonds, hence it is called ‘cuddapah almond.

Chirongi helps in weight loss

They are low in calories and packed with proteins and vitamins. They take a long time to digest as they are heavy and keep hunger at bay, hence they are highly recommended by dietitians. 

Chirongi improves the quality of the skin

They are blessed with antioxidants that shield the skin from oxidative damage from UVA and UVB rays. They contain anti-inflammatory which prevents pimples, acne, zits, and other skin infections. 

Chirongi aids cardiac function

They are packed with varieties of properties that aid in preventing anomalies related to the heart, the powdered seeds help in strengthening the heart muscles, which in turn prevents heart attack and blood clots.

Best way to take Chirongi

Chirongi can be taken raw at the same time they can be taken along with halwa, and kheer. 

Chirongi dal

They can be consumed by making chirongi dal by grinding them into a paste and cooking it with ghee, cumin seeds, cardamom, peppercorns, ginger, green chili, chilli powder, and coriander powder.

Chirongi barfi

Chirongi can also be taken with burfi by mixing chirongi nuts with cashew nuts, almonds, pistas, sugar, and ghee.

Chirongi cookies

They can also be consumed as cookies by adding chirongi nuts with flour, sugar, salt, butter, cardamom powder, and milk.

So go ahead and try out these recipes by adding Chirongi and enjoy your delicious and healthy diet at home, order chirongi online on Farmonics

Uses of Chirongi

Chirongi or Cuddapah almond seeds contain exceptional quality oil. They are yellowish, and sweet, with a pleasant aroma, and can be used as a replacement for almond oil and olive oil. It can be applied to reduce the swelling of the neck, chirongi gum is also used as a glue because of its adhesive qualities. The leaves of chirongi can be used as fodder. The bark of chirongi is used as a natural varnish (polishing the wood and making it look shiny), and the gum obtained from the stem of the chirongi tree can be used to treat diarrhea. They can also be used to tan leathers which gives a reddish-brown colour and a rough texture. The kernels of chirongi can be ground to a paste and used to remove facial spots and blemishes. In folk medicine for fish poisoning, scorpion sting, asthma, bronchitis, burnt skin, cholera, cough, dysuria, fever, gingivitis, phthisis, and snakebite. For this reason, chirongi is widely used in Ayurvedic medicine. So, what are you waiting for? Buy the best quality chirongi online at Farmonics and the first step to improving your health.

  1. Quality Assurance: Farmonics may prioritize quality control measures to ensure that their Chirongi nuts are fresh, flavorful, and meet high standards of quality.
  2. Sourcing Practices: Farmonics might source their Chirongi from reputable farms or regions known for producing high-quality nuts. They may have stringent sourcing practices to ensure the best product for their customers.
  3. Nutritional Value: Chirongi nuts are rich in various nutrients, including protein, healthy fats, vitamins (such as vitamin C and B vitamins), minerals (such as calcium, phosphorus, and iron), and antioxidants. Farmonics Chirongi may provide these nutritional benefits, contributing to a balanced diet.
  4. Traditional Use: Chirongi nuts have been used in traditional Indian cuisine and Ayurvedic medicine for centuries due to their health benefits. Farmonics Chirongi may be chosen for its traditional use and the associated cultural significance.
  5. Versatility: Chirongi nuts can be used in various culinary applications, including desserts, sweets, savory dishes, and beverages. Farmonics Chirongi can be incorporated into recipes such as kheer, halwa, ladoo, and curries.

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