Where does ajwain come from?

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Origin: Ajwain is thought to have originated in the Asia minor or Persia regions, and spread to India from there. It is now grown along river banks throughout the Middle East, as well as India and North Africa. Flavor: This seed adds balance to both sweet and savory foods with its somewhat minty-flavor.

What is the benefit of ajwain? Carom seeds have long been used in traditional Indian cuisine and Ayurvedic medicine. They have been shown to possess antibacterial and anti-inflammatory effects and may be effective in treating peptic ulcers and reducing blood pressure and cholesterol levels.

Is celery and ajwain same? Ajwain, Radhuni and Celery seeds are from same plant family. They all have distinct flavour and medicinal properties. Celery Seeds are native of Europe and hardly used as spice in Indian cuisine.

Can ajwain reduce belly fat? According to Dr. Nidhi Sawhney, practitionist at Nutri Advice, "Ajwain helps in digestion andabsorption of food. Due to lesser fat storage, it ultimately leads to weight loss." Ajwain seeds is also known to increase metabolism.

Does ajwain plant require sunlight? It can be grown by cuttings from the original plant. Many smaller plants emerge from the sides of theoriginal ajwain plant. The Plant Tolerates direct sunlight and grows profusely.