Mung Daal or Mudga in Sanskrit and also known as “Green Gram”. It is commonly used as a pulse (seeds and sprouts) as a daily food article which contains abundant nutrients with biological activities. Few activities which possess various health benefiting bioactive compounds are antioxidant, anti-diabetic, antimicrobial, anti-hyperlipidemic and antihypertensive effects, anti-inflammatory, and anti-cancer, anti-tumor, and anti-mutagenic. Regular consumption of mung beans could regulate the flora of enterobacteria, decrease the absorption of toxic substances, and reduce the risk of hypercholesterolemia and coronary heart disease. Highly efficient use of mung beans according to evidence in different areas are food, medicine, and cosmetic.
Mung daal : Vigna radiata, Phaseolus radiatus, Mungalya, Moong, Green Gram, Mug, Mag, Munga, Hesara, Hesoruballi, Cherupayar, Muga, Jaimuga, Mungi, Munga Pattchai Payaru, Pasi Payaru, Siru Murg, Pesalu, Pachha Pesalu, Moong