Cumin

Cumin 4 the soul belongs to the plant family as parsley, carrot, dill & caraway. It’s a greyish brown colour fruit inside the white flower of a cumin plant. Native to the Mediterranean region and cultivated to western Mediterranean through the Middle East and India.

Cumin

Cumin 4 the soul belongs to the plant family as parsley, carrot, dill & caraway. It’s a greyish brown colour fruit inside the white flower of a cumin plant. Native to the Mediterranean region and cultivated to western Mediterranean through the Middle East and India.
Benefits

Why use Cumin?​

Cumin contains elements that work as antioxidants. Antioxidants help in making your body healthy and energetic and also work as anti aging for your skin. As per Ayurveda, Cumin is recommended during Diarrhea and also to control Blood sugar.
Recipe

How to use Cumin?

Cumin seeds have aromatic flavour and they are bitter in taste. It can be used to season any recipe like Soup, Bread.
Hereby a sample healthy recipe:
  • 1 cup of yogurt
  • 1 cup of water
  • Salt as per your taste
  • 1 spoon cumin
Blend all the ingredients in a blender and serve. This will help in controlling blood sugar and stomach infection.
Origins

Where does Cumin come from?

India is the largest producer and exporter of cumin. In India, Rajasthan and Gujrat are the main producers of cumin.

Harvest

When is Cumin grown?

Cumin is durable and adaptable to warm and cool weather.

Sowing time: Mid November to Mid December

Irrigation: Till 20 days after sowing

Weeding: 30-40 days after sowing

Harvesting: 80- 120 days after sowing depending upon variety and agro climatic condition.

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