*Dr. Pooja P. Purohit and Dr. Sagar S. Kumbhar


Chandrashoor is the seed of the Garden Cress plant. Garden Cress is an annual herb in the mustard family and is grown throughout India for its densely nutritious leaves and seeds. The leaves are commonly eaten in salads and ground into a pesto-like paste for bread. As a folk remedy, the entire plant is crushed and used to make infusions for a range of nutritional needs and to fend off many different ailments. Chandrashoor seeds, also known as haloon or halam, are a source of protein, dietary fiber, minerals, amino acids, Omega 3 fatty acids and antioxidants. In this article the Garden cress plant is described according to ancient view of Ayurveda as well as modern science.

Keywords: dietary fiber, minerals, amino acids, Omega 3.

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