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Seeds

Our offered Product range includes Dill, Cumin Seeds, Corriander Seeds, Sesame Seeds and Fenugreek Seeds.

Dill

Botanically known as Anethum graveolens, dill is a member of the parsley family. It is native to the eastern Mediterranean region and western Asia. The word dill comes from the old Norse word dylla, meaning to soothe or lull. It dates back in writing to about 3000 B.C., where it was mentioned in Egyptian medical texts. The leaves, flowers, and oval flat seeds of the dill plant are all edible. The plant has thin, feathery green leaves, of which only about the top eight inches are used. It is very easy to grow at home in the garden or in containers. (If you grow your own, be aware that the mature seeds are toxic to birds.) Dill has a flavor likened to mild caraway or fennel leaves. The plant is, in fact, often mistaken for the feathery fronds of fennel.

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Cumin Seeds

The cumin plant, Cuminum cyminum is native to the shores of the Mediterranean, including the upper regions of Egypt, where is has been cultivated for thousands of years. Nowadays, it is commercially grown in several surrounding countries such as Iran, Turkey and Syria, as well as other hot countries further afield, namely China, India and Latin America. The cumin spice is the dried seed of the cumin plant, which is why cumin is also known as cumin seeds and is available in this form. The cumin plant comes from the same plant family as parsley and it is also related to fennel, coriander and dill. Cumin is now mostly produced in India. Cumin is the second most popular spice in the world after black pepper. Cumin seeds are used as a spice for their distinctive aroma. Cumin is most commonly used to flavor food and is widely available in both seed and powder form. While cumin is a favorite on the spice rack, it has a number of curative properties which make it a versatile natural medicine.

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Corriander Seeds

Coriander has traditionally and is still used mainly to treat all kinds of stomach and digestive problems. It is said to help regain a loss of appetite and therefore is beneficial for sufferers of anorexia. Coriander has also been used for thousands of years in medicine, to mask the naturally unpleasant taste of some medicines, as well as for medicinal purposes.Coriander is predominantly used to flavour curries and soups but can be used in many more types of dishes and meals. Below are a number of ideas: Use in all types of curries, pickles, chutneys and sauces. Sprinkle over fresh salads. Use to flavour soups, carrot and coriander is quite popular. Add to stocks and gravies. Use to spice up stir-fries and bland vegetables such as spinach.

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Sesame Seeds

While sesame seeds have been grown in tropical regions throughout the world since prehistoric times, traditional myths hold that their origins go back even further. According to Assyrian legend, when the gods met to create the world, they drank made from sesame seeds. These seeds were thought to have first originated in India and were mentioned in early Hindu legends. In these legends, tales are told in which sesame seeds represent a symbol of immortality. From India, sesame seeds were introduced throughout the Middle East, Africa and Asia. Sesame seeds were one of the first crops processed for oil as well as one of the earliest condiments. The addition of sesame seeds to baked goods can be traced back to ancient Egyptian times from an ancient tomb painting that depicts a baker adding the seeds to bread dough. Healthful sesame seeds can easily be added to a variety of menu items, adding taste, texture, and eye-appeal. Hulled Sesame seeds are Used as toping agents. added to breads, at the tops of hamburger buns, Sprinkled over bread rolls, Pastry, Choclates, and various food preparation. Sesame oil is reputed to penetrate the skin easily and is used in India for oil massage.

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Fenugreek Seeds

Fenugreek is native to southern Europe, the Mediterranean region and Western Asia. It is cultivated from western Europe to China for the aromatic seeds and is still grown for fodder in parts of Europe and northern Africa. It is an indispensable ingredient in Indian curries. In India the seeds are largely employed by the natives, both as spice and medicine, while the fresh plant is consumed as a vegetable. It was used by the Egyptians to make yellow dye, plasters and cataplasms. Seed pastes were used to treat fever, diabetes and stomach complaints. Traditional Chinese herbalists used it for kidney problems and conditions affecting the male reproductive tract. In various areas of North Africa the seeds paste were traditionally eaten by women to gain weight, in combination with sugar and olive oil. Uncooked fenugreek seeds have an unpleasant, bitter taste, so the seeds are usually roasted and ground before use to mellow the bitterness. The seeds are very hard and difficult to grind, a mortal and pestle working best. Fenugreek is a favorite in Northern African and Middle Eastern dishes and is one of the few spices that is usually used in powdered form even in Indian curries. Fenugreek seeds are rich in vitamin E and is one of the earliest spices known to man. Fresh fenugreek leaves are beneficial in the treatment of indigestion, flatulence and a sluggish liver. The dried leaves of the fenugreek is used as a quality flavour for meat, fish and vegetable dishes. An infusion of the leaves is used as a gargle for recurrent mouth ulcers. A gargle made from the seeds is best for ordinary sore throat. Fresh Fenugreek leaves paste applied over the scalp regularly before bath helps hair grow, preserves natural color, keeps hair silky and also cures dandruff.

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Mustard Seeds

Mustard is a well known spice that has a long history of medicinal use in stimulating internal and external applications. Externally, the rubefacient action of Mustard Seed causes a mild irritation to the skin, stimulating the circulation in that area, and relieving muscular and skeletal pain. Internally, its stimulating, diaphoretic action promote sweating and can help reduce fevers and relieve symptoms of colds and flu. Mustard Seed comes from two large shrubs, Brassica juncea (brown mustard) and Brassica hirta (white mustard), native to Asia. Both plants produce bright yellow flowers that contain small round seeds; brown mustard is more pungent than white. Mustard was used in ancient Greece and Rome as a medicine and a flavoring. By 800 AD, the French were using Mustard as an enhancement for drab meals and salted meats. It was one of the spices taken on Spanish explorations during the 1400s. Mustard powder was invented by Mrs. Clements of Durham, England, who made a fortune selling the dry, pale yellow mustard flour. Mustard seeds are used as a spice, there are a number of ways to utilize them. Many cooks in places like India throw whole mustard seeds into a cooking pot with some oil before they start cooking a dish, ensuring that the oil is flavored with mustard when the heated seeds pop. Mustard Seed has long been relied upon to improve the digestive system and to promote a healthy appetite. Mustard Seed's topical use also extends to the relief of respiratory infections when used in baths, poultices, and plasters. Mustard Seed helps treat bronchitis, chest congestion, pneumonia, croup, and pleurisy.

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Kalonji

Nigella seeds are also known as Black Cumin Seeds We provides best natural and fresh Nigella Seeds, we are using only farm fresh pure natural Nigella seeds for export and sell. And it is hyginic and pure. Nigella Seeds used as a spice and herb which has great test as well as it is widely useful for health. Nigella Seeds is a common nutritional supplement and ingredient in Indian cooking. it is widely used in the foods as a flavor and used for increasing taste. Nigella seeds is considered an herbal medicine and have a great health benefits. Nigella Seeds is good source of contain protein, natural minerals, niacin, potassium, and dysgenic.It can be used for reduce asthma and blood pressure. It is also used as an ingredient of medicine and drugs.

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Caraway Seeds

Farmers often gave their animals and fowl caraway seeds in their food to stop them from wandering off or getting lost. And even today, some bird keepers keep a piece of caraway dough in their barns or cages for the same reason. Caraway has always been known as a digestive and as having a beneficial effect on the stomach. Even in Roman times, caraway seeds were chewed on after eating a heavy meal in order to relieve gas, indigestion and any other stomach pains. Caraway is often added to cough medicines as it contains components that ease coughs and bronchitis. Caraway seeds are most popular in central European cooking, and this is reflected in the type of dishes that they are found in.

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Fennel Seeds

The fennel plant is native to the southern European and Mediterranean regions, although nowadays it is cultivated and produced in other parts of the world such as India, China and Egypt. Today fennel and fennel seeds are popular in Northern and Southern European cuisines as well as in Chinese and Indian cooking, where they are often included in specific spice blends. Fennel seeds have different uses in different parts of the world. In Scandinavia and central Europe, the seeds are used in baking, particularly in rye breads and sweet pastries. Fennel is extremely popular in Italy where they are often used to make sausages. Medicinally fennel seeds have traditionally been used to settle the stomach and digestive system. This is due to the high levels of certain components that are known to prevent muscle spasms and cramps. In the Indian culture, fennel seeds are often chewed after a meal in order to prevent gas or indigestion. The seeds can also be made into an after dinner digestive drink to relieve the same symptoms.

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MORINGA KERNEL SEEDS

Used for their and anti-inflammatory properties to treat arthritis, rheumatism, gout, cramp, sexually transmitted diseases and boils. The seeds are roasted, pounded, mixed with coconut oil and applied to the problem area. Roasted seeds encourage urination They can also be used as a relaxant for epilepsy Moringa seeds are effective against skin-infecting bacteria They contain the potent and fungicide pterygospermin

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Moringa Seeds

Moringa supergenius PKM1 hybrid seeds are a product from indigenous secured line breeding system. The seeds are high on purity level and possess excellent fertilization properties. It is used for cultivation and oil extraction and also for agricultural and industrial purposes. These seeds are rich in oil content and are available in different grades which is mainly used as antibiotics. The seeds ready for harvest within 150 days and are anti- inflammatory.

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