Salep Orchid (Salab Misri) ثعلب مصری

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Salep is a starchy flour obtained from the tuber of certain species of orchids, particularly Orchis mascula and Orchis militaris. These orchids are native to various regions, including Europe, the Middle East, and parts of Asia. The salep flour has been traditionally used in culinary applications, particularly in the Middle East and Turkey.


Nutritional Content:

Salep contains a type of carbohydrate known as glucomannan, which is a form of soluble fiber. Additionally, it may contain other nutrients such as minerals.

Digestive Health:

The mucilaginous properties of salep might have a soothing effect on the digestive system. In traditional medicine, it has been used to alleviate digestive issues and as a remedy for diarrhea.

Respiratory Health:

Some traditional uses of salep involve its consumption to soothe respiratory issues such as coughs and sore throats. The mucilaginous texture of salep may help coat the throat.

Aphrodisiac Properties:

In some cultures, salep has been historically believed to have aphrodisiac properties, and it has been used as a tonic for enhancing male vitality. However, scientific evidence supporting these claims is lacking.

Energy Boost:

Salep is a starchy flour, and in some cultures, it has been used as a source of energy, especially during times when more substantial food sources might be scarce.

Additional information


Whole (ثابت), Grounded (کٹی ہوئی), Powder (پسا ہوا)


25 Grams, 50 Grams, 100 Grams, 250 Grams, 500 Grams