Our Ingredients

Shadrasa Brands promises to use high quality ingredients along with providing you the right information/ latest research. All the spices and herbs used in our Kashaya are sourced from responsibly grown and harvested farms and cultivations across India.

Our manufacturing facilities are located in Bangalore and Kolkata and follows recommended standards set forth by FSSAI.


The Golden Wonder, the Super-spice, the Queen of Spices; call it what you wish, the humble turmeric is definitely worthy of all these titles and more.

Native to the Indian subcontinent, this bright orange-yellow hued spice with a unique earthy taste and a hint of bitterness is also packed with an array of healing properties.


Evergreen Myristica fragrans tree, is the only tree that is the source of two amazing spices that is revered worldwide – Nutmeg and Mace.

Native to the Maluku island also known as the Spice Islands in Indonesia, nutmeg tree is commonly grown in the tropical areas of the world like the India, Caribbean etc.


Revered during the golden age of spice route, mace is a magical spice indeed. This lacy bright red aril (outer coating) of the nutmeg seed has a distinct character of its own.

Originally from the tropical forest of the Maluku Island in Indonesia, also known as the ‘Spice Island’, mace is used in cuisines all over the world.


Native to Europe and Asia, Licorice is the sweet root of the Glycyrrhiza plant. Valued for its flavor, licorice is believed to help with overall vitality of health and has been used in traditional Chinese medications for thousands of years.

In fact licorice is about fifty times sweeter than white sugar.

Indian Sarsaparilla

Also known as False Sarsapilla, Sugandhi roots and Nannari roots, Indian Sarsapilla has a strong vanilla and cinnamon flavor.

Considered to be a very sacred herb, Indian sarsaparilla has a deep routed history in Indian medication. It is believed that Indian Sarsaparilla helps in increasing the energy levels in your body, in turn making you feel young.

Indian Long Pepper

Also known as Pippali, Indian Long Pepper is a unique spice to have in your spice box. It has a complex flavor, fruity with hints of nutmeg, cardamom and cinnamon.

Though not as famous as its close relatives – black and white round pepper, it’s packed with flavor, nutrients.

False Pepper Black

Known as Embella ribes and Val Vidanka, the False Black Pepper gets its name because of its similarities in appearance to the black pepper plant.

This outsized climbing creeper shrub has a fragile, flexible whitish grey stem with tapering branches.

Dried Ginger

Also known as Saunth or Chukku, dried ginger is basically fresh ginger that has been dried. This dried root is usually ground into a fine slightly brownish powder that is packed with a strong aroma & a pungent flavor.

Native to South East Asia, ginger is currently cultivated in Africa, Australia and Jamaica.


Valued for its distinctive warm aroma and nutritious flavor, Cumin has been around in the spice world since eons.

Native to Egypt, cumin was one of the primary ingredients used in the mummification process.


Coriander, also known as Dhanyaka or the rich one is a staple in all Indian kitchens.

This understated spice is not only good in bringing together the aromas of different spices but also has various health benefits.


Cloves are unopened dried bud of the syzygium aromaticum tree.

The name originates from the Latin word ‘clavus’ that means nail, because this spice has a close resemblance to one.


Sweet and spice and loaded with everything nice, cinnamon is definitely one of the most recognized and used spices.

Known for its sweet taste and aroma, cinnamon is used in both savory and sweet dishes.


With an enigmatic aroma and a distinct flavor, Cardamom is definitely one of the most valued spices in the world. It has been used to bring out the best in both sweet and savory cuisines.

Commonly known as Elaichi in India, it is believed that this spice has the power to calm the busy mind and help us think more clearly.

Black Peppercorn

Also known as ‘black gold’ and ‘ the king of spices’, black peppercorns have been popular since thousands of years.

The fruit obtained from the pepper plant, peppercorns were once so valuable that they were counted individually and used as currency.


Ashwagandha, Also known as ‘Indian Ginseng’ and ‘Indian Winter Cherry’, Ashwagandha is one of the most important herbs in Ayurvedic medicine history.

Ashwagandha in Sanskrit means ‘smell of the horse’ which refers to both its unique smell and the ability to increase strength and immunity.

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