Is it good to eat ajwain everyday?

Ajwain is a herbaceous herb belonging to the family Apiaceae and vastly grows in Egypt, Iran, Pakistan, Afghanistan, and India as well as European regions. Trachyspermum ammi commonly known as ‘Ajwain’ or ‘Carom seeds’. It is a highly valued medicinally important seed spice. It has a bitter, pungent taste.

Ajwain is commonly used in baked goods, breads, vegetables, beans and more. In the Middle East, the spice is used in both meat and rice dishes.

It has been proven to possess various pharmacological activities like antifungal, antioxidant, antimicrobial, antinociceptive, cytotoxic, hypolipidemic, antihypertensive, antispasmodic, broncho-dilating actions, anti lithiasis, diuretic, abortifacient, antitussive, nematicidal, anthelmintic and antifilarial.

Ajwain seeds consist of moisture, protein, fat, minerals, fiber, carbohydrates, calcium, phosphorus, iron, carotene, thiamin, riboflavin and niacin.  

Ajwain is also useful in toothache, earache and rheumatism, as we can use the oil as ear drops and use the oil as a massage for neuralgia.It helps in curing the disorders such as ulcers, ringworm, itching, stomach worm, bile, menstrual and post-natal disorders, leucorrhoea, female infertility, pimples, kidney stones and many more, and also useful as an aphrodisiac.

It has been provided as a skin cream or oral capsule to treat psoriasis, regimentation from vitiligo, or skin disorders of cutaneous T-cell lymphoma. It is used traditionally as an important remedial agent for flatulence, atonic dyspepsia, diarrhoea, abdominal tumors, abdominal pains, piles, and bronchial problems, lack of appetite, galactagogue and amenorrhoea.

Ajwain can increase the secretion of gastric acid, bile acids and activity of digestive enzymes. It may also reduce the food transient time. In Indian system of medicine, ajwain is administered for curing stomach disorders, a paste of crushed fruits is applied externally for relieving colic pains; and a hot and dry fomentation of the fruits is applied on the chest for asthma.

Health benefits of ajwain

  1. Treats indigestion
  2. Natural antiseptic
  3. Prevents bad breath
  4. Relieves muscle cramps
  5. Reduce swelling and pain
  6. Remedy for cold and cough
  7. Effective in cholera
  8. Treats pimples and acne
  9. Treats migraine
  10. Prevents greying of hair
  11. Good for asthma
  12. Reduce acidity
  13. Helps in respiratory disorder
  14. Helps in menstruations problems
  15. Eases  inflammation  
Is It Good To Eat Ajwain Everyday?

Homemade ajwain remedy

FOR ACIDITY AND INDIGESTION

Ingredients

1/4 teaspoon of carom powder or ajwain powder

250 ml of warm water

Method

Take a glass of warm water and mix a quarter tablespoon of ajwain or carom powder.

Enjoy your drinks (while it is still warm ).

You can try this home remedy for 2 times a day.

You might see better results.

Is It Good To Eat Ajwain Everyday?

FOR CONSTIPATION

Ingredients

1/2 teaspoon of ajwain seed

1/4 teaspoon of fennel seed

500 ml of water

Method

Combine half teaspoon of ajwain , quarter teaspoon of fennel seed and half litres of water in a small pan.

Heat it until for 10 minutes . Strain the water.

Enjoy Your healthy drinks.

You can try this drinks for 2 times a day.

You will see better results.

Is It Good To Eat Ajwain Everyday?

FOR DIARRHEA

Ingredients

1 teaspoon of ajwain

400 ml of water

Method

Combine a tespoon of ajwain, 400 ml of water in a small pan.

Heat it until the water reduced to half. Strain the water.

Enjoy your healthy drinks.

You can try this drinks for 2 times a day.

You might see better results.

Is It Good To Eat Ajwain Everyday?

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