Foxtail millet, Kangni, Tinai, Thina (Decorticated - husk removed) - Buy Online
Foxtail millet is the most important millet variety in East Asia. It stands second in the millet cultivation index and has a long history behind it. Foxtail millet has been grown in China since the Sixth millennium BC. In some parts of India, these millets were used as a common food variety. These are known by different names like 'Kangni' in Hindi, 'Korra' in Telugu, 'Navane' in Kannada, 'Tinai' in Tamil and 'Thina' in Malayalam. It is believed to have a positive impact on controlling blood sugar and cholesterol levels. The use of foxtail millets can help in the steady release of glucose and thus it will curtail the rise of blood sugar level. Also, foxtail millets are considered as the least allergetic and easily digestible food grains around.