Health benefits of Ajwain Plant
|Acidity||Mix one table spoon of carom seeds with one table spoon of cumin seeds.|
|Kidney Disorder||Carom seeds are very essential to cure kidney stones.|
|Asthama||Consuming carom seeds with warm water give instant relief from cold and expel cough and mucus from the body.|
|Mouth Problems||Carom seeds have been proven to cure tooth pain|
|Digestion||Carom seeds benefits digestive problems (11). Chewing 1 tbsp of raw carom seeds with sugar can help you get rid of indigestion|
|Viral Infection||Combine yogurt with carom seeds powder. Applying this paste on face for a whole night can help to lighten acne scars|
|Piles||Mix dried pomegranate flowers, poppy seeds and dried neem leaves|
|Stomach Problems||Soak three teaspoon of carom seeds in lime juice and dry it in shade. Grind this and mix some black salt.|
|Heart Health||Consume one tablespoon of carom seeds with warm water to stimulate the heart|
|Use for cooking||These seeds are widely used in Indian cooking as a spice|
Specification of Ajwain Plant
|Temprature||60 degree C.|
|Fertilizer||Apply any organic fertilizer|
|Height||0.5 to 3feet.|
|Difficulty||Easy to grow|
Carring of Ajwain Plant
The ajwain plant is very easy to grow and is equally good to look at. You could grow it as a hedge in a small garden as it is quite prolific and fills up really fast, but be careful as it can overrun other plants.
Other Uses of Ajwain Plant
The plant is used for ornamental purpose.
Ajwain leaves are used for treating colds, coughs, and fevers in infants and small children. Similar to the seeds, ajwain leaves can also provide relief from stomach problems like flatulence and other abdominal discomforts.
Immage of Ajwain
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