Cumin Seed which is also know as Jeera.The word jeera is come for word jeerna (Digestion).
In India it is mainly grown as rabi crop mainly in Gujarat and Rajasthan.
It is sown in Oct to November and harvested in Feb and Mar.
India is the single largest producer as well as consumer of jeera in the world accounting for about 70% of world production.
Jeera also have many health benefits like it helps to improve Blood Cholesterol, Cumin seed contain antioxidants that stabilize free radicals.
alsoCumin supplements may help improve blood sugar control, though it is not clear what causes this effect or how much is needed.
Using cumin as a spice increases antioxidant intake, promotes digestion, provides iron, may improve blood sugar control and may reduce food-borne illnesses.
Regular usage of cumin in your food helps in keeping your skin free from boils, rashes, pimples etc as it helps in facilitating regular removal of toxins
from the body through the excretory system and not through boils or pimples.
They are wonderful source of iron and manganese and good for your health.
It improves your digestion, helps in respiratory problems, good for skin and also makes your immune system stronger.
Jeera water contains many nutrients that are great for your hair, and help nourish the roots of your hair.
It combats hair thinning and hair loss,” adds Dr. Roshni. It has protein, fat, water and carbohydrates that promote proper hair growth and helps replenish them from the roots.
To enjoy all the above benefits of jeers.
we suggest you include jeera every day in your diet.