Ajwain is common in Indian food. It has a strong, bitter taste with an aroma similar to thyme. The “seeds,” which are actually fruits, are typically dry-roasted or ground and used in spice mixtures. They are also used in Ayurvedic and Siddha medicine to help treat numerous issues. These are healing systems that involve the belief that your overall health and wellness depend on a balance between your body, mind, and spirit.
Active enzymes in ajwain improve the flow of stomach acids, which can help to relieve indigestion, bloating, and gas. The plant can also help to treat peptic ulcers as well as sores in the esophagus, stomach, and intestines.
Lets see how to use ajjwain to get reliefe acidity
dry roast ajjwain, then crush it with rock sugar, have this powder occationally, it helps to get reliefe from gastrouble issue
Boil ajjwain with tulsi leaves and water, drink the water for cough …
Animal research indicates that carom seeds may lower cholesterol and triglyceride levels. High cholesterol and triglyceride levels are risk factors for heart disease.
The wealth of nutrients in ajwain includes a good source of dietary fibre, essential fatty acids and protein. It is also loaded with different types of essential oils like thymol, cymene, pinene, terpinene and limonene. The host of plant compounds in ajwain offers numerous health benefits and promotes overall well-being and health.
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