a green and white box with a bowl of Ajwain (Carum Copticum) powder
a green and white box with a bowl of Ajwain (Carum Copticum) powder a pile of Ajwain (Carum Copticum) grains on a wooden surface a close-up of a Ajwain (Carum Copticum) flower a bowl of Ajwain (Carum Copticum) seeds in a pile of seeds

Carum copticum(Ajwain)

(Herbal Extracts)
Carum copticum, commonly known as Ajwain or Ajowan, is an herb native to the Indian subcontinent and the Middle East. It is valued for its culinary and medicinal properties. Ajwain seeds are the most commonly used part of the plant and are known for their pungent and slightly bitter taste. Ajwain seeds are often used in cooking to add flavor to dishes, especially in Indian cuisine. They are a common ingredient in spice blends like garam masala and are used to season various dishes, including bread, curries, and snacks

In addition to its culinary uses, Ajwain is also believed to have several medicinal properties. It has been used in traditional medicine systems, such as Ayurveda, for its potential health benefits. When it comes to Ajwain extracts, these can be prepared from the seeds or other parts of the plant and may be used for various purposes. Ajwain oil, for example, is an essential oil derived from the seeds and is used in aromatherapy, as a massage oil, and for its potential therapeutic benefits. Ajwain extracts may also be used in the pharmaceutical and food industries for flavoring and medicinal purposes.

Some of these potential health benefits include:
  • Digestive Aid
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Antimicrobial
  • Weight Loss
  • Respiratory Health
Herbal Creations