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Mahua Ladoo / महुआ लाडू

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Gluten free with no added sugar, analgesic, diuretic, cooling agent, aphrodisiac, astringent, treat tonsilitis, pharyngitis and bronchitis

Good for afterwork out energy boost or as a dessert.

Mahua Ladoo / महुआ लाडू
Mahua Ladoo / महुआ लाडू

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Fresh and Yummy!

Thanks to ooofarms to go above and beyond to ensure the yummy treats reach you with freshness intact. Delicious homemade feel.

Tasty ladoos

I am pleasantly surprised by the perfect sweetness of the ladoos. The fact that the sweetness is all from just the Mahua flowers is amazing. Thank you for introducing me to these.
A perfect dessert treat for my diabetic sweet cravings!

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Indigenous to India, Nepal, Sri Lanka and Myanmar, Mahua Tree is considered the Tree of Life for the tribal communities of India as it provides food, fodder and fuel.

OOO Farms' Mahua Laddoos are made from roasted Mahua Flowers, Coconut, Til and Groundnuts. These Laddoos are Gluten-Free and do not contain any added Sugars. The sweetness of the OOO Farms' Mahua Laddoos comes from the Dried Mahua Flowers. 

Mahua flowers are considered analgesic, diuretic, a cooling agent, aphrodisiac, astringent and used to treat tonsilitis, pharyngitis and bronchitis. They also contain Vitamin A & C.

The Mahua Laddoos are an excellent choice as an after-workout energy boost or as a dessert. 


Health Benefits

Imparts Good Energy Levels
Good Amount of Vit. A & C
Cooling Agent

Recommended Usage

Commonly Known As

English: Mahua
Hindi: महुआ
Marathi: महू / मूव्हडा
Gujarati: મહુડો
Tamil: இலுப்பை
Telugu: విప్ప
Malayalam: ഇലുപ
Kannada: ಇಪ್ಪೆ
Punjabi: ਮਹੂਆ
Bengali: মহুয়া


Indigenous to India, Nepal, Sri Lanka and Myanmar.

For the tribal communities of India, Mahua is the Tree of Life, as it provides food, fodder and fuel. In Gond mythology, the flower is imbued with sacred characteristics. “Iruk Pungar anant hai"" (Mahua flower is immortal). This is because unlike other flowers, they never dry to death. Mahua flowers comes back to life when put in water no matter
how long it has dried.

Mahua tree is the sacred tree of various temples in South India. The Tamil saint-philosopher Valluvar is believed to have born under an iluppai tree
within the Ekambareshwarar Temple at Mylapore, and hence madhūka remains the sanctum tree of the Valluvar shrine built within the Ekambareshwarar temple complex.

Wine prepared from Mahua flowers finds mention in several Hindu and Buddhist literature works. ""Kali who is seated on a red lotus in full bloom, her beautiful face radiant, watching Mahākāla, who, drunk with the delicious wine of the Madhuka flower, is dancing before her."" - Mahanirvana Tantra.