Navratan Pan is a popular mouth freshener commonly consumed in India and other South Asian countries. It is made by blending a variety of ingredients such as areca nuts, betel leaves, catechu, and various spices, including cardamom, fennel, and cloves. This particular variant comes in a 250g packet and is known for its sweet and refreshing taste.
Navratan Pan is traditionally wrapped in a betel leaf and consumed as a whole, but it can also be eaten in small amounts directly from the packet. It is often consumed after meals to freshen the breath and aid digestion. Navratan Pan is also popular at social gatherings and events, where it is often offered as a courtesy to guests.