It is known to improve digestion and improve intestine health along with providing soluble dietary fiber. Ajwain is a good source of soluble dietary fiber. Additionally, they reduce bloating. In addition to treating spasmodic pains, indigestion, heartburn, and loss of appetite, ajwain seeds are beneficial for treating spasms, abdominal discomfort, and indigestion.

Known as Ugragandha in Sanskrit, ajwain has a strong, bitter smell. In Afghanistan, ajwain seeds are sprinkled on biscuits before baking to provide aroma and flavor. Ajwain seeds are consumed raw or roasted due to their health benefits. Ajwain is commonly added to clarified butter.

What is Ajwain used for and what are its health benefits?

*The healing and curative properties of ajwain are excellent.

*There are many health benefits associated with ajwain, including soluble dietary fiber and its ability to improve stomach issues and intestine health. As well as relieving bloating, they also reduce gas.

*The medicinal properties of ajwain seeds include the treatment of spasmodic pains, abdominal discomfort as a result of indigestion, heartburn, and loss of appetite.

*The antioxidant properties of ajwain make it beneficial for heart disease patients. In order to prevent heart diseases, antioxidants manage both good and bad cholesterol in the body.

*In addition to its antibacterial properties, ajwain seeds contain antifungal properties that prevent food poisoning and gastrointestinal problems caused by bacteria such as salmonella, E Coli, and fungi.

*There are major chemical compounds in ajwain extracts that block calcium channels, which can further lower blood pressure.

*Chewing Ajwain is the best way to eliminate problems like flatulence and indigestion caused by beans.

*Ajwain tea treats diarrhea, dysentery, and spasmodic pain.

Other names of Ajwain
There are different names of Ajwain such as ajowan, omam, omum, Ethiopian cumin, ajowan caraway, ajvain, ajwan, ajave seeds, Trachyspermum ammi, Dipyaka, Yamani, Bishop’s weed, Yavanika, Yamanika, Jain, Yavan, Yauvan, Javan, Yoyana, Yavani, Ajma, Javain, Ajmo, Oma, Yom, Jevain, Ayanodakan, Onva, Vamu, Juani depending on where it’s used in the world.

Names in different languages.

Trachyspermum ammi
Hindi Ajwain
carom seed, ajowan caraway
Sanskrit Yavaanika
Kannada Oma
Marathi vaamu
Gujarati ajmo
Bengali Jowan
Tamil Omam
Malayalam ayamodakaṃ
Telgu Omamu
Weight 100 g
Dimensions 16 × 8 × 8 cm

50gm, 100gm, 200gm, 400gm, 800gm


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