What Are Dry Grapes?

Dry grapes are also called Kishmish (Hindi) or EndhuDraksha (Telugu) in local languages. They are prepared by drying green grapes or black grapes. The golden colour ones are originally called Sultanas, while the dark coloured ones are called Raisins.

Dry Grapes are packed with nutrition and are a rich source of dietary fiber. They are also low on fat and cholesterol, making them a healthy snacking option. The high levels of Potassium present in dry grapes can effectively lower blood pressure.

How To Eat Dry Grapes And What Is The Best Time To Eat?

Dry Grapes can be enjoyed at any time of the day, but are quite beneficial to health when you took them early in the morning. The best way to make them is to soak them in water overnight and eat them the next morning on an empty stomach. You can even have them in between meals to suppress your hunger and make you feel satisfied.

How Many Dry Grapes Can I Take Daily?

Raisins are the tastiest and easiest way to snack anytime and anywhere. Due to its numerous health benefits, the recommended daily dosage is 1/4 cup or 40 gm approximately. Exceeding this limit may increase your sugar levels and potassium percentage in the body, which can be quite dangerous.

What are the benefits of eating dried black grapes?

1. Regulates Blood Pressure
Excess salt consumption is known to cause high blood pressure. However, the potassium in raisins helps to balance the salt content in our body and regulate blood pressure.

2.Aids Digestion
Raisins are high in fiber and they act as natural laxatives when soaked in water. Thus, eating soaked raisins helps prevent constipation and keeps your digestion process in check through the day.

3. Weight Loss
Raisins are full of natural sugars and are great to curb your sweet cravings without loading on extra calories. But eat them in moderation and don’t go overboard. They help in controlling your blood sugar levels and beat cravings and all this helps in supporting your weight loss goals.

4. Boost Immunity
Rich in vitamin B and C, raisins help strengthen your immunity and thus, your body becomes less susceptible to infections.

5. Increases Bone Strength
Boron which is essential for bone formation is present in large quantities in raisins. Raisins are also packed with calcium which is required for bone strength. Eating soaked raisins helps in better absorption of these nutrients and thus, improves overall bone density.

6. Prevents Bad Breath
The anti-bacterial properties of raisins help in maintaining oral hygiene of the mouth and get rid of breath.

7. Prevents Anemia
Iron is the most essential element required for the formation of red blood cells in our body. Raisins are rich in iron and they help increasing the blood supply in the body and thus, prevent anemia.

8. Sexual Dysfunction
Raisins have long been known to stimulate the libido and induce arousal, primarily due to the presence of an amino acid called Arginine, which is beneficial in treating erectile dysfunctions. Arginine also increases the levels of sperm motility, which can increase the chances of conception when engaging in sexual intercourse.


• Raisins are full of natural sugars and great energy boosters
• They are rich in iron, potassium and calcium
• Soaking them in water overnight enhances their nutritional profile

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