Botanical Name : Cuminum Cyminum
Tamil Name : சீரகம்/ Seeragam
English Name : Cumin Seeds
Hindi Name : जीरा / Jeera
Telugu Name : జీలకర్ర / Jilakarra
Malayalam Name : ജീരകം / Jirakam
The cumin plant is a native plant of the western part of Egypt that has been used for over 5,000 years. It belongs to the parsley family and has the botanical name Cuminum Cyminum, which. Cumin is grown in Iran and the Mediterranean is used for various medicinal purposes and as a spice in cooking. Cumin is one of the most common spices, with more medicinal properties than other spices.
In ancient civilization, cumin was seen as a symbol of fostering authenticity and love, so these were given to relatives and neighbors functions such as marriage. Because cumin was considered a valuable spice in ancient Rome and Greece, the Greeks began using it in their daily diet and were used throughout Europe in the Middle Ages.
Cumin was recognized as an important spice in all kitchens after Portuguese and Spanish immigrants introduced cumin to Americans. To date, cumin has been used for culinary and medical purposes worldwide. It is still cultivated today by countries such as India, Turkey, Iran, Uzbekistan, Morocco, Tajikistan, Syria, Egypt, Malta, Mexico, China, Chile, Sicily, and Saudi Arabia. Cumin not only gives the food a good taste but also gives the body health.
The intense aroma of cumin and its intense flavor make the food delicious. Because of its uniqueness, cumin is known as the second most popular spice in the world. For centuries, cumin has been used as a medicine and herb to cure many ailments. They can be used as whole seeds or in powder form. Cumin is very effective in treating stomach problems like digestive disorders and mouth problems.
Health Benefits of Cumin seeds
Some of the health benefits of cumin seeds include;
- Helps to fight inflammation
- Helps to break free from alcohol addiction
- Control food-borne illnesses
- Helps to weight loss and fat reduction
- Assist to maintain blood sugar & blood pressure
- It acts as the best herbal medicine for a diabetic patient
- It includes numerous plant compounds
- Cumin seeds are a rich source of Iron
- It extensively promotes digestion
There are no side effects in using this product, and you can consider the medical advice for the usage of this product during pregnancy.
Harvesting & Manufacturing Methods
All herbs are 100% naturally harvested, dried, and pulverized without the chemical interactions that assure the natural herb powders.