Grown over a wide range of soil, Horse Gram or Kulath/Gahat as it is locally known is a much preferred ‘pulse’ of Uttarakhand. It is also renowned for its perceived medicinal properties used for relief from arthritis and kidney stones. The whole grain is soaked then fried or boiled to make dal or soup. It is grown at an altitude ranging from 1200m to 1800m above sea level.
Organic Horse Gram
Local Name:- Gahat
Botanical Name:- Macrotyloma Uniflorum
Variety:- VI Ghait-1
Nutritional Constituents:- Water 12.0g, protein g , Fat 0.5 g, Iron 8.4 mg, calcium 287 mg, Carbohydrates 57.2g, Phosphorus 3.11mg, Vitamin A-IU 118.3 Vitamin B-IU 0.42, Calories 321.