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While the tradition of ending a meal with mukhwas is culturally significant in many communities, the ritual has health benefits too. The tradition of having mukhwas dates back to India’s 13th and 14th centuries.

People used to chew on fennel seeds with mishri, cloves, and elaichi after meals to

  • Sweeten their breath
  • Reduce the spiciness of food
  • Aids digestion
  • Mood enhancer, and keep laziness away
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Delving Into The Origin Of Mukhwas

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