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Dagad Phool or Kalpasi or Black Stone Flower:
Looking at the etymology of the name ‘kalpasi’ and the geographically distribution of its usage, the use of the black stone flower seems to have originated with the Dravidian-speaking cultures.
It has been used as traditional food by Rai and Limbu communities of East Nepal.
It is abundantly found in the temperate and alpine regions of the Himalayas and hilly regions of Peninsular India.
Since ancient times, it has been used as one of the natural drug and about 700 biologically active components have been structurally identified that were quite unique with respect to those of higher plants. The word lichen is derived from a Greek word which denotes the superficial growth on the bark of olive tree.
It is a good pain reliever, antibacterial in nature, reduces inflammation and improves digestion.
Usage: Dagad phool is a type of dried flower, lichen used as a dried spice in the Indian cookery. This spice has a strong earthy aroma and a dry texture. Used in meat and soup dishes especially in chettinad cuisine. It is also an important component of Goda masala in Maharashtra cuisine.
Ingredients: Dagad phool
Storage: Store in dry and cool place
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