BUNIUM PERSICUM PDF

Imperial cumin refers to the popularity of black cumin in the imperial mughal cuisine of Northern India; yet I found that caraway , a spice rare in India, is sometimes referred to by similar names. It refers to the mountainous region Kashmir in North-Western India, where the Moghul Emperors and later the British colonial officers spent their summers to escape the heat in the Indian plains; thus, Moghul cooking has a strong foothold there. Moreover, Kashmir is the only region in India where black cumin is produced. In some other Indian languages, the names might have different meaning, or mayby just mislabeling is very common. In speaking about Northern Indian cookery, often the Moghul cooking is meant exclusively, although this does injustice to other distinct Northern Indian cuisines Kashmir, Punjab, Bengal. Inside and outside India, Moghul food is particularly successful in restaurants.

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Cumin is also known as cummin. What is it used for? It has also been used as an aid for indigestion, jaundice, diarrhea, and flatulence.

Cumin powder has been used as a poultice and suppository, and has been smoked in a pipe and taken orally. Cumin is a major component of curry and chili powders and has been used to flavor a variety of commercial food products.

The oil, which is derived by steam distillation, is used to flavor alcoholic beverages, desserts, and condiments. It is also used as a fragrant component of creams, lotions, and perfumes. General uses Cumin seeds are used in cooking and the oil is used to flavor food and scent cosmetics. Components may have antioxidant, anticancer, antibacterial, and larvicidal effects. Cumin may lower blood sugar, reduce seizures, strengthen bones, and treat the eye; however, there is no clinical evidence to support these claims.

Cumin is generally recognized as safe for human consumption as a spice and flavoring. What is the recommended dosage? There are no recent clinical studies of cumin that provide a basis for dosage recommendations. Contraindications Contraindications have not yet been identified.

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Cumin is also known as cummin. What is it used for? It has also been used as an aid for indigestion, jaundice, diarrhea, and flatulence. Cumin powder has been used as a poultice and suppository, and has been smoked in a pipe and taken orally. Cumin is a major component of curry and chili powders and has been used to flavor a variety of commercial food products. The oil, which is derived by steam distillation, is used to flavor alcoholic beverages, desserts, and condiments.

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