Tamil Name : Omam (ஓமம்)
English Name : Carom Seeds
Hindi Name : Ajwain
Malayalam Name : അയമോദകം / യമുന / ayamodakam /omun
Telugu Name : అజుమోద / వాము / Ajumoda, Vamu
Carom seeds are an annual herb that is used in traditional Ayurvedic medicines. The leaves and seeds, like the fruit of this herb, contain many health benefits. The fruits are brown schizocarps and in oval shape like cumin, and it has the bitter and pungent taste the same as the anise and oregano. It has a similar smell to thyme, and it is more aromatic and has less taste. The active compounds in the ajwain are used to increase the digestive function of the intestinal tract by facilitating the release of gut juices (gastro-intestinal secretions).
- The Ajwain contains mild alcoholic qualities so that it can be used as an instant remedy for stomach pain.
- By inhaling the smoke of the Ajwain, you can make the breathing pattern easier.
- It also provides great relief from headaches, migraines, cold, and cough.
- It helps to avoid alcohol addiction.
- It provides great treatment to cholera patients because it can able to reduce the impact of threadworms and intestinal bacterial infections.
- The Carom seeds contain the properties of appetite-stimulating, and it increases the speed of bowel movement, so it helps in weight loss. Taking this regularly helps to regulate obesity.
- It is effectively used in dissolving the kidney stone and removes with urine.
How to Consume this
- In the morning, take five gms of Ajwain powder with the water and boil them until the water gets warm, then filter that and drink before the food. Repeat this evening also before dinner.
- Add a small amount of salt with Ajwain in warm water. By drinking this, you can get relief from indigestion and stomach pain.
- Take 1 tsp of Ajwain with 4 tsp of Bael leave juice 2 to 3 times per day. It is very effective for diabetes.
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