The specificity of Cumin it’s cultivated in all parts of Europe, but it has even in Siberia, Turkey, Iran, India and North Africa. The fruit comes from July to August is dark brown, oval or elliptical, and it rejoices when it is completely matured. Vegetable parts of the plant are the fruit (which is also in the widest use), leaf and root.
Nutritional Profile – Organic Cumin seed ground contains 3-7% essential oil (oleum carvi aetheroleum), of which over 65% of carbon and about 30% of terpenes of limonene. It also contains flavonoids, proteins (up to 20%), carbohydrate (up to 20%), fatty oil, tannin, protein, calcium oxalate, sugar, mucilage, resin, cellulose, wax. Rich in antioxidants.
Health Benefits– Organic Cumin seed ground is a great remedy for weight loss. It’s used in dyspeptic problems such as mild colic, tension and bloating. It’s given to babies against cramps. Organic Cumin seed ground improves and initiates the menstrual flow, relieves uterine cramps, stimulates the secretion of milk and the work of the mammary glands in the breast. It should be used in case of difficulty in monitoring the inflammation, especially in infants, and also as a means of stabilizing the stomach after taking medication that can cause nausea.