Amaranth Seeds

Amaranth Seeds have a rich history, dating back thousands of years to the ancient civilizations of the Aztecs and Incas. It was considered a staple food. Amaranth seeds are harvested from the amaranth plant, which produces vibrant, tall stalks with tiny flowers. The seeds are then separated and can be consumed as they are or ground into flour.

Amaranth seeds are a nutritional powerhouse. Amaranth seeds can be cooked and used in a variety of dishes such as porridge, salads, and baked goods, adding a nutty flavour and a delightful crunch. They may help lower cholesterol levels, support heart health, and promote digestion. Amaranth seeds are also known for their antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.

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Organic Himalayan Amaranth Seeds

Amaranth grains are a well-liked superfood that are extremely nutrient-dense. The amaranth plants are the source of amaranth grains, also known as Kiwicha seeds. Amaranth is commonly referred to as Rajgira, Seel, or Ramdana in India. Because amaranth has so many health benefits, several Asian countries, including China, India, Nepal, etc., adopted these seeds very early on. Since ancient times, India has been a major global producer of amaranth seeds and continues to hold this position today.

Superior quality organic amaranth seeds are produced, supplied, and exported worldwide by Organic Products India.

Botanical Name: Amaranthus

Other Names: Rajgira, Ramdana

Health Benefits

  • Excellent food for Brain & neurological Health
  • Good source of antioxidants
  • Good for heart health, as lowers LDL cholesterol level
  • Naturally Gluten free, suitable for celiac diet
  • Improve bone health


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Nutrition Facts

Portion Size246 g
Amount Per Portion251 Calories
Total Fat3.9g
Total Carbohydrate46g
Dietary Fiber5.2g

* The % Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.


It can be lightly toasted and added to salads and stir fries, or ground into a flour and combined with wheat flour to make healthy rotis and thicken sauces. It can also be used as a substitute for quinoa in a hearty breakfast porridge.

Amaranth is used to treat diarrhoea, mouth and throat swelling, and ulcers. Moreover, it is used to treat elevated cholesterol. Amaranth is used as a cereal grain in food.

An ancient grain, organic amaranth is grown in the Indian Himalayan region. With high levels of calcium, iron, and protein, it is among the healthiest grains. It also includes vitamins, dietary fibre, and a variety of other nutrients. Amaranth is one of the few grains that contains lysine, which is the most abundant amino acid found in this gluten-free seed. It is advised to consume these grains for efficient digestion and weight control. The two most popular ways to use it are to pop the grains to create puffed products or grind them into flour.

Sensory Parameters

Appearance: Uniform
Color: Creamy Yellow
Taste: Characteristic
Odor: Characteristic Aroma