Cumin Seeds - Organic Cumin Seeds (454g / 1lb) | Resealable bag | 100% Raw Whole Cumin Seeds | Adds Excellent Flavor, Perfect for Food & Drinks | Vegan & Gluten free

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  • PKR-300 (500 Gram ),PKR-600 (1000 Gram)
Product Code: M-21
Brand: Mehtab
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Cumin seed is rich in anti-inflammatory antioxidants and is also known to be antibacterial and antiseptic. It can solve a host of your tummy woes, fortify the digestive tract, relieve nausea, and bloating, and constipation. Cumin seed and its contribution to a Pakistan household are immense. Cumin, or zeera, is an integral part of a majority of our curries and stews. Not just in Pakistan, across Asia, cumin is a spice widely used in a variety of preparations be it appetizers or mains. Cumin is basically the dried seed of the herb Cuminum cyminum and is typically brown in color. The black variant is called black cumin. It has a distinct aroma, woody and hot flavor that is unique to the spice. Cumin is known to be as one of the oldest spices on earth. In her book, "Flavour of Spice", Marryam H. Reshii writes that the spice is native to the Mediterranean basin, "It has been around for centuries: In fact, there is evidence that cumin was in use in parts of the world over 5,000 years ago. Cumin seeds were excavated at a site in Syria has been dated to 2000 BCE. Evidence of the use of cumin found in the New Kingdom of Egypt dates back to the period between the 16th-11th century BCE. Even the Bible has a mention of cumin, mustard seeds, and coriander."According to the book 'Healing Foods by DK publishing, cumin is rich in anti-inflammatory antioxidants, and is also known to be antibacterial and antiseptic. It can solve a host of your tummy woes, fortify digestive tract, relieve nausea, and bloating and constipation. Including cumin in your diet could help boost your blood circulation. "Ordinary cumin seeds are brown in colour and contain many beneficial properties. However, black cumin seeds, known as "black seed", have a much higher concentration of these medicinal oils. ", noted the book 'Healing Foods'.

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