Indian food relies heavily on spices and aromatics. They've been around since the dawn of time. Flowers, leaves, roots, bark, seeds, and bulbs (nature's most basic components) are combined in an unlimited number of combinations to create an infinite number of flavours: sweet, sour, spicy, aromatic, acidic, mild, fragrant, or pungent.
Food, flour, animal feed, alcohol, starches for sizing paper and textiles, sweeteners, prepared foods, and biodegradable items are all made from Spices. The goods are made from a variety of Spices sources, including fresh leaves and roots as well as modified Spices starch. Spices is used to treat fatigue, dehydration in diarrhoea patients, sepsis, and to induce birth.