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- This is available in 10 leaves pack, 20 leaves pack and150 leaves pack.
- It is massively used to decorate traditional desserts, paan, supari, sweets, zarda, chyavanprash, etc.
- This is pure 999.9 grade leaves, which are made using latest machines.
- It is hygienically produced in an automatic state-of-the art dust free environment without using animal skin.
- This comes in mainly two sizes 50no & 125no which is max. Consumed in the market but we give 60no, 100no, 140no & 150no also depending upon your bulk requirement.
Usage of Silver Leaves
Warq is a super ultra thin sheet of silver. It has got a lot of other uses, apart from being a decorative ingredient in food, like medicines, Ayurveda, Yunani and Tibetan streams of indigenous medicine guarantee gold's preventive and regenerative powers. It is also used as a decorative cover on traditional sweets, desserts, paan, zarda, supari, chyavanprash and also as an ingredient in Unani
Sweet & Food Supplements
Silver leaves are usually been trusted as the soul of sweets and deserts for garnishing and decor. They are usually been used to add a shimmer affect on the special occasion sweets, deserts, mouth fresheners, green cardamom and Pan Chatni, coated Elaichi & Supari.
Confectionery and Beverages
Silver leaves are widely used in bakeries and confectioneries for icing food like cakes, ice creams, chocolates, cookies etc. It is also used in flavored drinks, wine decoration and beverages.
Interior / handicraft, wooden inlays, artifacts, silver coated furniture, light chandeliers for the brightening effect, silver glass wall etc.
Health and Medicines
Since antiquity, silver is considered to be a good digestive and finds applications in ayurvedic, homeopathic & Unani, Chinese & Tibetan medicines, Silver is believed strengthen brain and heart.
Used in Creams, Facial Kits & Bridal makeup kit etc.
Religious and Other Ceremonies
The silver-topped sweet is served as Prasad in temples on different religious occasions and ceremonies.
Silver is considered to have religious significance and is used on auspicious. In Jain temples, it is used on idols and is also part of the major offerings in religious ceremonies.