Organic Mustard Black

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Organic Black Mustard seeds have a sharp, tangy flavour when sprouted. Black mustard seeds are most often used in Indian cooking and help to give it a savoury and delicious flavor. They are great to use when pickling vegetables. It is common in Southern India to fry mustard seeds, curry leaves and cumin seeds in oil and then add these spices onto your dish!

 


  • Mustard seeds are one of the oldest herbs known and have been used since earliest recorded history. It is well known for it's medicinal use for internal and external applications. Mustard comes from the same family as the broccoli, cabbage, radish and cauliflower, the Brassicaceae family. It's interesting to know that the typical hot, pungent taste that comes from mustard only occurs when it comes into contact with liquids, hence it has little to no aroma when they are whole or crushed. The dried seeds do not have any fragrance, but exhibit a pungent taste after some time of chewing. Roasted seeds (more grey in colour) have a rich, nutty odour. Black mustard is more important as a spice and oil plant, especially in India. Although it is called black, the seed itself is usually a very dark shade of red/brown. The black mustard seed has a much more pungent aroma and flavor and smaller than the white mustard seed.

    Organic Black Mustard seed poultices are medicinally used for muscular pain relief, to ease coughs and reduce arthritic pain. Organic Black mustard seeds can also be made into a tea (1 tsp of ground mustard seed) to help reduce symptoms of the common cold. It can be ground and sprinkled into the bath to warm the body.

    The health benefits from a black mustard seed are also substantially greater. Not only is it a much stronger laxative, but initial studies have indicated that there is a possible link between one of the primary components of the black mustard seed and the inhibiting of cancerous cells.

  • Nutrient Avg. contents per 100 g
    Total Calories 508.0 Kilocals
    Calories from Fat 303.0
    Calories from Proteins 90.0
    Total Carbohydrates 28.8 g
    Dietary Fiber 12.3 g
    Proteins 26.7 g
    Total Fat 36.0 g
    Transfat 0.0 g
    Saturated Fat 0.0 g
    Cholesterol 0.0 g
    Sugars 6.8 g
    Cholesterol 0.0 g
    Sugar 6.8 g
    Sodium 0.0 mg
    Vitamin E 5.1 mg
    Vitamin C 7.1 mg
    Vitamin K 5.4 µg
    Calcium 266.0 mg
    Magnesium 370.0 mg
    Phosphorous 828.0 mg
    Potassium 738.0 mg
    Sodium 13.0 mg
    Zinc 6.1 mg
    Copper 644.0 µg
    Manganese 2.4 mg
    Selenium 208.0 µg
    Iron 9.3 mg
    Phytosterols 118.0 mg
    Omega-3 Fatty acids 3.8 g
    Omega-6 Fatty acids 5.9 g
    Thiamin 805.0 µg
    Riboflavin 261.0 µg
    Niacin 4.7 mg
    Folate 162.0 µg
    Vitamin B6 397.0 µg
    • Daily intake protects you from cancer.
    • Highly effective in treatment of Psoriasis.
    • Effective in treating chronic bronchitis.
    • Regular consumption helps you in reducing the risk of cardiovascular diseases.
    • Provides relief from your respiratory disorders.
    • Helps you soothing symptoms of ringworms.
    • Gives you clear complexion by curing acne.
    • Cures your pains and spasms.
    • Helps in healing contact dermatitis.
    • Aids in managing your diabetes, blood pressure and cholesterol levels.
    • Reduces the risk of osteoporosis in menopausal women.
    • Helps in cleansing your body poisoned by narcotics and alcohol.
    • Surprisingly low in calories, mustard seeds make a wonderful condiment for people watching their weight. Apart from making the food more palatable, they boost the body’s metabolic rate and give feelings of fullness, thereby keeping your weight under control.
    • Mustard seeds are a source of curcumin, a compound having anti-inflammatory properties, essential for reducing the risk of cancer, especially breast, colon, and prostate.
    • Being great sources of power and bioenergy, mustard seeds boost the immune system and fight against anaemia. They also help treat medical conditions, such as anxiety, psychological disorders, effects of stress and depression, bronchitis, sexual dysfunctions and symptoms of menopause.
  • Organic Mustard Black is grown well in compliance with nature in South Indian states of Kerala and Karnataka.
    • Processed from pods harvested from organic farms.
    • 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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