The nut may be used fresh, dried, or cured by boiling, baking, or roasting. The quid is a mixture of areca nut, tobacco, and lime wrapped in the leaf of the betel vine. Supari Rawas's medical use is limited, and long-term negative reactions to betel quid chewing are well known. Chewing the nut stimulates the flow of saliva to aid digestion. Supari Rawa also has been used to stimulate the appetite. Betel nut may have antibacterial effects, and it previously was included as a toothpaste ingredient for preventing cavities. People who chew betel nut tend to produce large amounts of saliva which helps people having dry mouth condition due to diabetis.
Delicious Chalia Supari Rawa Selected Spices Health Benefits • Supari chewing brings about effect of as alertness, increased stamina, a sense of well-being. • Chewing betel nut stimulates salivation which aids digestion. • Betel nut is used to stimulate appetite, prevents dental plaque, prevents dry mouth, prevents anemia and is beneficial for the brain. • Extract of supari helps in recovery from stroke.
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