Organic Jeera | Cumin Seeds

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Agro climatic conditions in arid region of western Rajasthan are very much conducive for cumin seed production. As a farmer grower institution we source Jeera | Cumin Seeds from the farmers of Rajasthan at a fair price which are grown in certified organic fields. It has various natural health benefits like speeding up digestion, acts as a natural antioxidant, reduces risk of diabetes…etc to name a few.

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  • Aids Weight Loss
  • Reduces the Risk Of Diabetes
  • Lowers Cholesterol
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Agro climatic conditions in arid region of western Rajasthan are very much conducive for cumin seed production. As a farmer grower institution we source Jeera | Cumin Seeds from the farmers of Rajasthan at a fair price which are grown in certified organic fields.

Health Benefits

  • Cumin powder may increase the activity of digestive enzymes, potentially speeding up digestion
  • Cumin works as antioxidants which are chemical that reduce damage to body from free radicals
  • Cumin contains components that counter some of the long-term effects of diabetes.

Top 5 Health Benefits:

  1. Regulates Digestion.
  2. Relieves Respiratory Disorders.
  3. Reduces the Risk Of Diabetes.
  4. Lowers Cholesterol.
  5. Improves Bone Health.

Nutrition Facts per 100 gms (approx value)

Principle Nutrient Value
Energy 375 Kcal
Carbohydrates 44.24 g
Protein 17.81 g
Total Fat 22.27 g
Cholesterol 0 mg
Dietary Fiber 10.50 g
Vitamins
Folates 10 µg
Niacin 4.579 mg
Riboflavin 0.327 mg
Thiamin 0.628 mg
Vitamin A 1270 IU
Vitamin C 7.7 mg
Vitamin E 3.33 mg
Vitamin K 5.4 µg

Cosmetic Benefits

  • The Vitamin E content in cumin helps to keep the skin healthy and glowing.
  • Cumin seeds are an antimicrobial agent that fights the bacteria and fungus which causes various skin infection and skin disorders like acne, pimples, eczema.
  • Derived from cumin seeds, cumin essential oil is used as a scent in cosmetics such as creams, perfumes, and lotions.

Usage & Consumption

  • Cumin is traditionally used as a spice in Indian cooking, either as whole seeds or in powdered form.
  • Acts as a Flavouring Agent, it adds flavour to various beverages, desserts, yogurt, sodas etc.
  • Cumin seeds are used to produce Ayurveda medicines for treating problems like diarrhoea, colic, inflammation, bowel and muscle spasms, and gas.

Doses

  • The typical dose of cumin as an herbal supplement is 300 to 600 milligrams per day

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