9 Super Benefits of Ajwain (Carom Seeds) For Hair, Skin and Health

9 Super Benefits of Ajwain (Carom Seeds) For Hair, Skin and Health

A spice that has  every Indian household is all an  familiar with and then without which has every dal tadka is an  incomplete, ajwain is  then derived from a herb plant that was originated in our very own country. Ajwain seeds vary from being be slightly olive green to brown in colour. All parts of this herb have a very strong scent and hence it is also known as Ugragandha in Sanskrit. The seeds have a bitter taste and  have pungent flavour, somewhat like oregano, and because of its strong aromatic essence, it is often added to curries and in pickles. It is one of those rare spices that was fulfill the twin purpose of adding flavour and can being good for your health.
"Ajwain seeds are highly  rich in minerals, fiber, vitamins and  then antioxidants. They can  be even be chewed raw, added to water or tea to an extract have  maximum benefits from them. Adding flavour and some  aroma to your perfect  meals is not the only purpose these nutrient boosters serve. The benefits of ajwain seeds are many and you should know them to be able to put them in good use.
1. Instant Relief from the  Acidity and Indigestion:
The  benefits of the health  to  the  ajwain seeds and your mother  had never forgets by adding  it to your perfect  meals of because it keeps your stomach  too strong. Nothing disrupts our daily routine more than an upset  of your stomach. Take atleast  1 teaspoon of cumin and  then 1 teaspoon of carom seeds and can  add 1/2 teaspoon of ginger powder to it. Take this mixture  with water daily to cure heartburns.
2. Treats Common Cold:
Ajwain  can helps in avoiding the  nasal blockage by discharging the mucus easily. Prepare a paste of the  ajwain seeds and  then jaggery by heating it and take 2 teaspoons of it twice  in a day to feel  much better. This also helps in dealing with the  respiratory ailments like bronchitis and asthama . To provide fresh  relief from a migraine headache, take ajwain powder in a thin cloth and  then inhale it frequently or keep it under your pillow.
3. For Ear and Tooth Ache:
To ease a dreaded ear pain, two drops of the  ajwain oil are enough. For instant relief from the  tooth-ache, gargle with a mix of the  lukewarm water, 1 teaspoon of the  ajwain and salt. Simply inhaling the fumes of  the burning ajwain seeds can do wonders for an aching tooth. Besides this, it acts as a great mouth wash and can  maintains good oral hygiene.
4. Cleaning Wounds:
A component  namely called thymol in  the ajwain seeds  can acts as a strong fungicide and  then germicide. Thus, ajwain seeds can be crushed and  then applied on the skin to treat infections or cuts.
5. Oma Water:
Ajwain or Oma water is  widely as an ayurvedic marvel, especially for the  women. It cures all  the problem of indigestion for the  pregnant ladies by cleaning the uterus and stomach and  can solves the issue of irregular periods. Oma water is also often given to the small  babies to reduce the problem of gas that causes  as discomfort. To prepare ajwain water, boil the  2 teaspoons of roasted ajwain seeds in the  water. Strain this mixture and drink it . You can also add 1 teaspoon of honey for  the flavour. Drinking of  ajwain water as  regularly is known to enhance your rate of the  metabolism, burns fat and thus helps in reducing  weight.
6. To Stop Greying of Hair:
Ajwain seeds can  help in halting pre-mature greying of the  hair. To prepare this mixture, add some  curry leaves, sugar and  dry grapes,carom seeds in a single cup of water and  then cook it. Drink one glass of this every day until you start seeing the below results.
7. Mosquito Repellent:
If your market had  bought  some mosquito was highly  repellent fails to work, you can be  always be make one at your  home. Combine  with  the mustard oil with  the ajwain seeds and  then apply on the pieces of cardboard  which you can tie in the corners of your room to ward off mosquitoes. Using this spice as a repellent fills  of your house with a beautiful scent unlike the fumes which  released from the  coils.
8. Cleansing skin:
"Ajwain powder is also  especially useful in lightening  the acne scars. Apply a paste on the affected area for  minimum 10-15 minutes and then rinse off.”
9. Eases the Pain Due to Arthritis:
Ajwain seeds have  possess the  two qualities that help them in  fighting  arthritis. They have an  antibiotic properties that can  reduce redness and can  combat inflammation, and they possess anaesthetic properties that soothe the pain and  for swelling. As a home remedy, you can also  apply the paste of crushed seeds on the joints or soak in a tub of hot water with a handful of  the carom seeds.

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