All meals prepared at Rhythm ‘N Wraps meet the highest standards of quality and freshness. All of our foods are cooked in peanut or canola oils and Ghee. We use no additives, no preservatives and no alcohol. The aromatics, herbs and spices blended in our savory curries have been used for thousands of years for medicinal and gastronomical purposes. Below you will find a list of the spices we use and the health benefits they offer.
Our Rhythm Punch, for example, was created to maximize the benefits of sorrel. Sorrel, derived from the Rosella Plant, has been used as a homeopathic remedy for hundreds of years in France, Greece, Italy, Egypt and the Caribbean. It is high in nutraceleunticals that both prevent and treat diabetes, hypertension, heart disease and cancer. Its dried leaves can alleviate itchy skin as well as fever and scurvy. When mixed in beverages they can help to cure jaundice, rashes and kidney stones; sorrel is also a diuretic that can cleanse the entire body and when mixed with lemon and lime juices it helps to reduce cholesterol and restore metabolic balance.
These tiny, very pungent seeds are rich in calcium and iron; they contain thymol, an antiseptic, aids digestion and eases stomach aches.
The flavor and fragrance of clove, nutmeg, black pepper and cinnamon rolled into one spice.
Amchoor(Green Mango powder)
Has a sweet, musky raisin aroma and tart flavor; used as a souring agent.
Its strong, aromatic licorice flavor with slightly bitter, zesty bite, anise benefits the liver, stomach, kidneys, spleen and pancreas.
Anardana (dried Pomegranate seeds)
Another souring agent with a tangy, slightly dry, astringent taste. Soothing to the stomach and good for the heart.
Just a pinch imparts a truffle-like essence to any dish, as well as rounding out its flavor. Helps flatulence and respiratory problems - asthma and bronchitis.
A traditional cure for the aches and pains of the flu. Also used in cooling digestive drinks.
Rich in minerals, and has a smoky, sulphureous aroma and a tangy taste that brings out and heightens the flavors in foods. Recommended for people with high blood pressure or on low-salt diets because it does not increase the sodium content of blood. Used to ease heartburn and flatulence as well.
A Strong camphorous fragrance and sweet, zesty flavor with a hint of eucalyptus, used for stomach disorders, and aids digestion.
Relieves sinus problems and bronchitis, reduces inflammation, relieves lung congestion, and strengthens the heart.
A tonic for asthma and calms the nerves.
Supports the spleen, pancreas, stomach, bladder and lungs; it regulates energy, soothes inflammation, rheumatic pain and headaches, and quenches thirst.
Relieves nausea and stimulates digestion.
The traditional toothache remedy, also relieves nausea and indigestion.
Has a mild distinctive taste similar to a blend of lemon and sage, with pine and pepper overtones. Helps reduce fever, fatigue and nervousness; combined with turmeric and cumin, coriander aids in the digestion of complex carbohydrates and the assimilation of proteins.
Has a distinctive warm flavor. Aids digestion and liver function and promotes the assimilation of other foods. Good for colds and fevers, as well.
Stimulates appetite, destroys toxins, and purifies the blood. High in vitamin C.
A sweet, licorice flavor; promotes healthy spleen, liver and kidney functions. Helps the body digest fatty foods.
a medicinal herb with a robust aroma and a good source of protein, Vitamins A, B1, B2, B5, B6, B9, B12, and D and minerals. It reduces cholesterol and tones the liver, kidneys and male reproductive organs.
A natural antibiotic, good for the heart and circulation; lowers blood pressure, aids digestion, and builds the immune system. Garlic eliminates toxins from the body, promotes healthy intestinal flora, stimulates metabolism; and tonifies the organs.
Normalizes blood pressure and supports the liver; eases congestion in the throat and lungs and aids in the digestion of complex carbohydrates and the assimilation of proteins.
Stimulating and refreshing; aids in stomach disorders, and is a kidney tonic.
Has a sharp, Bitter taste; used to stimulate appetite, relieves sinuses, and is good for the skin.
An appetite stimulant with an aromatic, nutty, faintly bitter, distinct, onion taste.
Considered to be an aphrodisiac; has an intense, sweet, peppery, citrus aroma and bittersweet flavor with fruity overtones. Used for indigestion, rheumatism, and insomnia (it contains a mild hallucinogen- myristicin- that induces sleep).
Improves kidney function and lowers cholesterol; an exceptionally strong antioxidant and contains numerous anticancer agents. It is rich in Vitamins A, B-Complex and C.
Adds sweetness and a bright red color but no added heat (because of no seeds).
Aids digestion, soothes stomach, and alleviates cough.
Tangy, tart sweet-sour fruity taste. Cools the system, cleanses the blood, and is a mild laxative.
A natural immunity builder, Thyme aids in healthy lung, liver and stomach function, and is rich in B-Complex and Vitamins C and D.
This antibacterial blood purifier is the highest known source of beta carotene. It tones the spleen, pancreas liver, stomach, strengthens the immune system and enhances digestion.