||Antiseptics, Weight loss, Carminative, analgesic, anesthetic, anti-oxidant, anti-spasmodic, wound healer
||Cumin can have a powerful effect in preventing diabetes by reducing the chances of hypoglycemia.
Cumin is a great source of iron which is key in keeping your immune system healthy and producing energy and maintaining your metabolism.
Also Cumin is high in vitamin C and its anti-fungal properties make it difficult to suffer long from a cold if you consume it regularly.
Cumin is well known for its effects on the digestive system and scientists have said that Cumin aids in proper digestion of food and the body's ability to absorb nutrients because the enzymes found in Cumin help break down the food.
Also it contain anti-carcinogenic properties which is key for preventing cancer. Cumin has ability to detoxify the liver and prevent free radicals from entering the blood stream. Cumin is a great way to help detoxify your body and keep your insides clean and healthy.
In addition the vitamins found in Cumin, both vitamin C and E, are essential for healthy, young looking skin. Cumin essential oils also keep fungal and microbial infections away
||Cumin is a major component of curry and chili powders and has been used to flavor a variety of food products. It is also used as a fragrant component of creams, lotions, and perfumes. Other important use of Cumin, is pharmaceutical industries.
||Cumin is the most popular spice used by human in the history, which has been long widely cultivated in Iran. According to experts’ reports, the origin of this herb is Middle East. At the present, Iran, along with China, India and some countries in Central America is of the largest producers of this herb and spice, so that between 20% to 40% of the global production of this herb is in Iran. Iran's exports rank of this product has been among the top six in recent years.
||Its fruit has essential oils and amounts of tannin and resin. Also its fragrant smell is because of having cuminol. The most important component of Cumin is named "cumin aldehyde" which anti-bacterial effects of Cumin is related to it. Cumin also contains protein, carbohydrates, oil and calcium, phosphorus and iron elements