Monday, November 10, 2014
Cumin Seeds has been used for centuries for their distinctive flavor and aroma. It's popular world wide and used in many cuisines, particularly South Asian, Northern African and Latin American cuisines. It's used in cheese, stews, soups, chili, pickles and even some pastries. Cumin is not just for cooking, it has medicinal uses, internally and external applications. It aids in digestion, enhances appetite, vision, strength and so much more. There is even a popular drink in India that uses Cumin Seeds, called Jeera Water. It's made by boiling cumin seeds in water.
How Can Cumin Seeds Benefit Your Health?For this review, I received one bag of Organic Whole Cumin Seeds! After doing my research on Cumin Seeds, I was very impressed with the health benefits! Most people use Cumin Seeds in cooking, but just look at the health benefits. I've been adding the cumin seeds in my health serum, that I make up every day and I think it has helped me sleep a lot better, plus my skin has a nice glow to it. I haven't heard of Jeera Water before, until tonight. I just had to go make me a cup of it, it reminds me of of taco seasoning in water, but if it can improve my health, I'll definitely keep drinking it! Of course I'll also use it in cooking. I really love the idea, that Cumin Seeds can improve your health!
Here are 15 benefits of drinking Jeera Water:
- Aids Digestion
- Removes Toxins
- Supports Immune System
- Treatment Of Anaemia
- Providing Extra Nutrition For Pregnant Women And Lactating Mothers
- Aids Respiratory System
- Helps You Sleep Better
- Improves Memory
- Fights Free Radicals
- Aids In Nourishment Of The Skin
- Provides Anti-Oxidants
- Treatment Of Acne
- Soothes Skin
- Helps In Nourishing Skin
- Gives Silky Hair
I have a Pinterest board called, Herb: Cumin Seeds and it has a lot of links to statements on the health benefits of Cumin Seeds!
Here's what Wikipedia had on the Medicinal Uses of Cumin Seeds:
- Enhances Appetite
- Loss of Appetite
- Abdominal Distension
- Puerperal Disorders
- Heart Disease
- Chronic Fever
A study was conducted on cumin seeds for its phytochemistry, it stated that it has many pharmacological effects on anti-diabetic, immunologic, anti-epileptic, anti-tumour and antimicrobial activities. Cumin may be beneficial for heart disease and swellings.
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