Natural tamarind beards, fresh sweet tamarind seeds, eco tamarind beads, vegan beads, natural tamarind beads, eco wood beads, organic beads

Natural tamarind beards, fresh sweet tamarind seeds, eco tamarind beads, vegan beads, natural tamarind beads, eco wood beads, organic beads

In Thailand, they love this wonderful fruit so much that it is the emblem of one of the provinces of the kingdom. An Indian Date is depicted on her coat of arms.

There is an eastern legend that the tamarind fruit protects from troubles, attacks and injuries. If you carry his bones all the time in your pocket, they will attract luck and success to their owner.

Origin and name 
Originally this is an unusual plant from the east coast of Africa. It belongs to the legume family, it is the only species belonging to the genus Tamarind. Its Latin name is Tamarindus indica, therefore, the name Tamarind Indian was assigned to it. In Asia, it spread many centuries ago. And in the 16th century it fell into the countries of South America. Now the fruits are grown throughout the tropical zone.

Interesting Tamarind Facts 
Tamarind, or Indian Date, is a tropical plant from the Legume family. Its homeland is the dry forests of the island of Madagascar and East Africa. The fruits of this evergreen tree, beans, have long been used as food. Interesting facts about tamarind will tell more about them. 
Tamarind began to be cultivated in the tropical regions of Asia a few thousand years before our era, and today the plant is grown in the tropics of all continents. 
Tamarind beans grow up to 20 cm long and up to 2-3 cm wide. These pods contain fleshy pericarp and many dense seeds. 
From ancient tamarind beans from ancient times make a spice. This spice is characteristic of Asian and Latin American culinary traditions. 
Tamarind is one of the most important ingredients of the Worcester sweet and sour sauce, which is prepared on the basis of anchovies or sardella with onions, vinegar and many spices. 
As a seasoning, not only ripe tamarind beans are used. The pulp of green fruits, which has a very sour taste, is also used in food. It is usually added to spicy dishes. 
The pulp of ripe tamarind fruits has a sweeter taste, therefore it is used for desserts and drinks. 
As a sweet and sour seasoning with a fruity taste, the pulp of tamarind fruits with seeds is most often canned with sugar syrup. 
In many temples of Asian countries, tamarind fruits are also used for household purposes - they clean the brass jewelry from grease and oxidation. 
In Ayurveda, the fruits and leaves of tamarind are used as a healing agent for the treatment of diseases of the digestive tract. 
In Latin America, sweets (lollipops) are very popular, which are made with the addition of tamarind and have its characteristic aroma and sweet and sour fruity taste.

The names of this fruit are completely different in all Asian languages. On the Indonesian islands he is native, in India they were, in Vietnam they were, in Thailand they were ma-hkam, and in Madagascar they were made. From Arabic, the name of the fruit is translated as "Indian date."

Natural tamarind seeds are collected manually - in a set of 10, 20, 50, 100 pcs.

Beads made from natural tamarind seeds have a hole for creating jewelry, bracelets, beads, or a rosary. Using unique beads with holes, you can create unique jewelry for you and your beloved friends.

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