Organic Cumin Whole

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Organic Cumin Seeds are harvested from eco-friendly organic farms of Gujarat and Rajasthan states on India. The seeds are harvested, sundried and hygienically packed for you. Being indigenous to Egypt, a history of 5000 years old, today, the spice is celebrated across the globe for its wonderful and delightful culinary and therapeutic purposes. It is mostly cultivated in parts of India, Iran, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Turkey, Morocco, Egypt, Syria, Mexico, Chile, China, Malta, Sicily and Saudi Arabia. Cumin seeds are known by several different names globally - Comino (Spanish), Cumin (French), Jeera (Hindi), Jeeragham, Jeerakam (Tamil), Jeeragam, Jirakam, Nallajirakam (Malayalam), Jeelakarra (Telugu), Jiru (Gujarati), Jire (Bengali), Jire (Marathi & Oriya), Jeera (Punjabi), Zeera (Urdu). These fragrant cumin seeds will impart a pungent, savory flavor anywhere they're used. Being rich in dietary fiber, carbohydrates, minerals and vitamins but low on fat, the daily intake brings you great benefits by offering you good health.

 


  • Organic Cumin Seeds are harvested from eco-friendly organic farms of Gujarat and Rajasthan states on India. The seeds are harvested, sundried and hygienically packed for you. Being indigenous to Egypt, a history of 5000 years old, today, the spice is celebrated across the globe for its wonderful and delightful culinary and therapeutic purposes. Cumin has a unique and potent flavor crucial to Indian curries. It's roasted before grinding, which imparts a toasted, nutty flavor to your dishes. Used mixing with chilli powder and other spices to impart an irresistible flavour and taste to your dishes. Virtually all Mexican meat or bean dishes contain a generous amount of cumin (called "comino" in Mexican recipes) as do foods from many other Latin American countries. Swiss and Dutch countries use cumin seed to flavor certain cheeses, while various European countries flavor breads with cumin. Cumin was revered in ancient India as well and was a mainstay herbal medicine in Ayurveda (system of traditional Indian healing). Most often called 'jira' (or jeera, zeera, etc.) which, in Sanskrit means 'that which helps digestion,' it was administered for a variety of complaints. It was employed in cases of sleeplessness, to support glandular health, and was even smoked in a pipe to alleviate hiccups. Additionally, it has been made into a cooling drink called 'jaljira' (meaning 'water of cumin') to drink in hot weather and to support metabolism. It’s main use however, which spans cultures, is as a digestive support. It relieves wind and bloating and is used to alleviate nausea. Being rich in dietary fiber, carbohydrates, minerals and vitamins but low on fat, the daily intake brings you great benefits by offering you good health.

  • Nutrient Avg. contents g/mg/ μg per 98 g
    Total Calories 369.0 kcals
    Calories from Fat 183.0
    Proteins 18.0 g
    Carbohydrates 44.0 g
    Total Fat 22.0 g
    Dietary Fiber 10.0 g
    Total Sugars 2.2 mg
    Transfat 0.0 g
    Cholesterol 0.0 g
    Omega-3-fatty acids 173.0 mg
    Omega-6-fatty acids 3.1 g
    Phytosterols 67.0 mg
    Riboflavin 322.0 μg
    Thiamin 618.0 μg
    Vitamin C 7.6 mg
    Vitamin E 3.3 mg
    Niacin 4.5 mg
    Folate 9.8 μg
    Choline 24.2 mg
    Potassium 1.8 g
    Calcium 916.0 mg
    Copper 853.0 μg
    Sodium 165.0 mg
    Iron 65.0 mg
    Magnesium 360.0 mg
    Manganese 3.3 mg
    Phosphorous 491.0 mg
    Zinc 4.7 mg
    Selenium 5.4 μg
    • Cumin is extremely beneficial for digestive disorders and other related problems, such as biliousness, morning sickness, indigestion, atonic dyspepsia, diarrhoea, malabsorption syndrome and flatulent colic.
    • Cumin contains an aromatic organic compound called Cuminaldehyde, which activates the salivary glands, thereby helping in the digestion process.
    • Due to its dietary fiber content and carminative, stimulating, antifungal and microbial properties, cumin helps in the healing of infections or wounds in the digestive and excretory system, cures piles as well.
    • Cumin possesses detoxifying and chemo-preventive properties, which are important for accelerating the secretion of detoxifying and anti-carcinogenic enzymes from the glands. These compounds combine with vitamins A and C to prevent the risk of developing breast and colon cancer cells.
    • Cumin can act as a stimulant and relaxant, both at the same time. Cumin not only contains sufficient amount of B-complex vitamins, it also aids in the digestion process, thereby inducing a sound sleep.
    • Due to the presence of caffeine and aromatic essential oils, cumin makes an ideal anti-congestive combination for people suffering from respiratory disorders, such as asthma, bronchitis, etc.
    • Cumin helps your body effectively fight the viral infections responsible for common cold and cough formation. Being rich in iron and vitamin C, this spice keeps the infections at bay and strengthens the immune system.
    • The rich iron content in cumin makes it an essential component for inducing production of haemoglobin, which transfers oxygen to all the cells of the body, the deficiency of which leads to anaemia. As such, cumin can easily be incorporated into the daily diet of anaemic people.
    • Cumin contains Thymol, which induces the secretion from glands, including breast milk secreted from mammary glands. Dietary intake of cumin is extremely significant for lactating mothers.
    • Cumin, along with milk and honey, is recommended for pregnant women during the entire period of pregnancy for promoting healthy development of the foetus and facilitating easy childbirth as well.
    • Vitamin E present in abundance in cumin keeps the skin young and glowing.
    • It contains essential oils which have disinfectant and antifungal properties, thereby helping in the prevention of microbial and fungal infection from damaging the skin.
    • Cumin is considered to be one of nature’s best overall body tonics. It helps in enhancing the rate of metabolism and facilitating the absorption of nutrients throughout the body.
    • Increases cognitive performance.
    • Helps in removal of toxins from your body.
    • Helps in relieving you from stress and anxiety.
    • Boosts your immune system.
    • Treats weak memory and insect bites.
    • Helps prevent premature aging.
  • Organic Cumin Seeds are harvested from organic farms managed well in compliance with nature spread across Gujarat and Rajasthan states of Indian subcontinent.
    • Harvested from organic farms of India.
    • Seeds are processed by sun drying.
    • Pesticide free.
    • Free of fumigants used during storage.
    • Non-toxic.
    • Free of synthetic reagents.
    • No colouring agents.
    • Free of preservatives.
    • Free of impurities.
    • Good for health.
    • Eco-friendly.

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