Cumin Seed Oil (Jeera ka tel):
Cumin Essential oil is rich in the properties of Anti-septic. It helps to remove the body from toxin elements. Originally Cumin Oil (जीरे का तेल) originated from the Mediterranean area, it is a small annual herb about 50cm ( 20 inches) high, with deep green, narrow feathery leaves and tiny white or pink flowers, followed by small oblong seeds. Known since Biblical times, it is mainly used for its digestive properties.
Surprising Truth or Myth of Cumin Seed oil:
The Egyptians used it for headaches. The Pharisees paid their taxes with it and in the Middle Ages, feudal lords paid serfs with cumin for services rendered. Cumin or Jeera is an important ingredient in Indian curries and in Mexican national dishes.
Cumin Oil Extraction Process:
Cumin seed oil is derived by the process of steam distillation from the ripe seed of Cumin.
Cumin Seed Oil Specification:
Part Used: Ripe Seed of Cumin
Shelf Life: Basically Cumin oil has 2 Years of Shelf life.
Appearance: in liquid form
Color: Brownish liquid to Pale Yellow in Color.
Cumin Seed Oil Properties:
Cumin Seed oil (जीरे का तेल) is vital spice oil of AOS Brand. It has many amazing properties e.g. Detoxifier, Anti-bacterial, Anti-septic, Carminatives, Stimulant and Diuretic etc. for more call today to AOS products.
Ans. It is good for digestive system; it is a stimulant that helps with colic, dyspepsia, flatulence, bloating and indigestion. It has beneficial effect on headaches, migraine and nervous exhaustion.
Ans. Dilute with Fractionated Coconut Oil and apply to stomach for occasional digestive discomfort. Add 1-3 drops to stews, soups, and curries for a spicy flavor and to promote digestive health.
Ans. The seeds of the plant are used to make medicine. People take cumin for digestion problems including diarrhea, colic, bowel spasms, and gas.
Ans. It contains natural compounds called capsaicinoids. These are what give the spicy fruit its anti-inflammatory properties.
Ans. It is useful as warming oil and helps relieve muscular pains and osteoarthritis.