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The herb garden was amazing. Every plant in the garden was a cure for some ailment or other. Every ailment I know had a cure in the garden. Kids enjoyed it a lot. Worthy trip. Bought a few aromatic spices at the shop upfront.
Very interesting seeing various spices and plant life.
We was all spellbound watching the tiny mimosa close up when touched.
I little dubious over some of the herbal remedies but I sincerely hope the work.
Its an ok visit if you are passing but do not make a special journey and as usuall the is a shop at the end but we found the exact same spices same packaging in the town for half the price but a nice little...More
Amazing to see all the spices you only know by name, actually growing on the trees and bushes before your very eyes. Then to enter and buy the fresh spices was Ok for me as I was not interested to buy any products from here....More
Beware of the horrible salesmen here. They would first show you the spice garden and tell you random facts about them.. Some of them won't even make any sense or scientific logic.
After the tour they would be after your life to buy stuff from...More
Amazing to see all the spices you only know by name, actually growing on the trees and bushes before your very eyes. Then to enter and buy the fresh spices was magical. many naturally produced products as well, soaps, incense, oils, perfumes, etcetera
you can skip this outing unless you are a botanist/ayurveda enthusiast.
All they offer is a fifteen minutes tour of the garden while mentioning you about various indian spice which are used/can be used for various ailments....
Honeymooners please avoid.