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Kitchen Medicine



Cumin (Cuminum cyminum)


A wonderful digestive herb.
Ayurvedic doctors prescribe it for the treatment of dyspepsia, wind, diarrhea and dysentery.
It can be used as gripe water for colic in infants.
In India it is thought of as an essential ingredient in foods for convalescence and nursing mothers value it for its lactogenic properties.
It is also said to relieve morning sickness.


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