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We are engaged in the supplying of high quality mustard in the market. The mustard seed plant is consumed as a wholesome food. Besides, this juicy verity of spice is also used for extracting optimal quality oil. The mustard seed powder supplied by us is extensively used for treating food stuffs to enhance their aromatic flavor. In addition to it, we are reckoned as one of the most famous mustard oil exporters as well as suppliers in india. mustards are several plant species in the genera brassica and sinapis whose small mustard seeds are used as a spice and, by grinding and mixing them with water, vinegar or other liquids, are turned into the condiment known as mustard. The seeds are also pressed to make mustard oil, and the edible leaves can be eaten as mustard greens. mild white mustard (sinapis hirta) grows wild in north africa, the middle east and mediterranean europe and has spread farther by long cultivation; brown or indian mustard (b. Juncea), originally from the foothills of the himalaya, is grown commercially in the uk, canada and the us; black mustard (b. Nigra) in argentina, chile, the us and some european countries. Canada grows 90% of all the mustard seed for the international market. The canadian province of saskatchewan produces almost half of the world's supply of mustard seed. In addition to the mustards, the genus brassica also includes cabbages, cauliflower, rapeseed and turnips. although some varieties of mustard were well-established crops in hellenistic and roman times, zohary and hopf note that "there are almost no archeological records available for any of these crops." wild forms of mustard and its relatives the radish and turnip can be found over west asia and europe, suggesting that their domestication took place somewhere in that area. However, zohary and hopf conclude, "suggestions as to the origins of these plants are necessarily based on linguistic considerations." there has been recent research into varieties of mustards that have a high oil content for use in the production of biodiesel, a renewable liquid fuel similar to diesel fuel. The biodiesel made from mustard oil has good cold flow properties and cetane ratings. The leftover meal after pressing out the oil has also been found to be an effective pesticide. brassica nigra (black mustard) is an annual weedy plant cultivated for its seeds, which are commonly used as a spice. The plant is believed to be native to the southern mediterranean region of europe, and has been cultivated for thousands of years. the spice is generally made from ground seeds of the plant, with the seed coats removed. The small (1 mm) seeds are hard and vary in color from dark brown to black. They are very flavorful, although they have almost no aroma. The seeds are commonly used in indian cuisine, for example in curry, where it is known as 'rai'. The seeds are usually thrown into hot oil or ghee after which they pop, releasing a characteristic 'nutty' flavor. The seeds have a significant amount of fatty oil. This oil is used often as cooking oil in india. ground seeds of the plant mixed with honey are widely used in eastern europe as cough suppressant. In eastern canada, the use of "mouche de moutarde" to treat respiratory infections was popular before the advent of modern medicine. It consisted in mixing ground mustard seeds with flour and water, and creating a cataplasm with the paste. This cataplasm was put on the chest or the back and left until the person felt a stinging sensation. the plant itself can grow from 2 to 8 feet tall with racemes of small yellow flowers. These flowers are usually up to 13" across, with 4 petals each. Its leaves are covered in small hairs. The leaves can wilt on hot days, but recover at night. since the 1950s, black mustard has become less popular as compared to india mustard because some cultivars of india mustard have seeds that can be mechanically harvested in a more efficient manner. brassica nigra

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Mustard

We are engaged in the supplying of high quality mustard in the market. The mustard seed plant is consumed as a wholesome food. Besides, this juicy verity of spice is also used for extracting optimal quality oil. The mustard seed powder supplied by us is extensively used for treating food stuffs to enhance their aromatic flavor. In addition to it, we are reckoned as one of the most famous mustard oil exporters as well as suppliers in India. Mustards are several plant species in the genera Brassica and Sinapis whose small mustard seeds are used as a spice and, by grinding and mixing them with water, vinegar or other liquids, are turned into the condiment known as mustard. The seeds are also pressed to make mustard oil, and the edible leaves can be eaten as mustard greens. Mild white mustard (Sinapis hirta) grows wild in North Africa, the Middle East and Mediterranean Europe and has spread farther by long cultivation; brown or Indian mustard (B. juncea), originally from the foothills of the Himalaya, is grown commercially in the UK, Canada and the US; black mustard (B. nigra) in Argentina, Chile, the US and some European countries. Canada grows 90% of all the mustard seed for the international market. The Canadian province of Saskatchewan produces almost half of the world's supply of mustard seed. In addition to the mustards, the genus Brassica also includes cabbages, cauliflower, rapeseed and turnips. Although some varieties of mustard were well-established crops in Hellenistic and Roman times, Zohary and Hopf note that "there are almost no archeological records available for any of these crops." Wild forms of mustard and its relatives the radish and turnip can be found over west Asia and Europe, suggesting that their domestication took place somewhere in that area. However, Zohary and Hopf conclude, "Suggestions as to the origins of these plants are necessarily based on linguistic considerations." There has been recent research into varieties of mustards that have a high oil content for use in the production of biodiesel, a renewable liquid fuel similar to diesel fuel. The biodiesel made from mustard oil has good cold flow properties and cetane ratings. The leftover meal after pressing out the oil has also been found to be an effective pesticide. Brassica Nigra (Black Mustard) is an annual weedy plant cultivated for its seeds, which are commonly used as a spice. The plant is believed to be native to the southern Mediterranean region of Europe, and has been cultivated for thousands of years. The spice is generally made from ground seeds of the plant, with the seed coats removed. The small (1 mm) seeds are hard and vary in color from dark brown to black. They are very flavorful, although they have almost no aroma. The seeds are commonly used in Indian cuisine, for example in curry, where it is known as 'rai'. The seeds are usually thrown into hot oil or ghee after which they pop, releasing a characteristic 'nutty' flavor. The seeds have a significant amount of fatty oil. This oil is used often as cooking oil in India. Ground seeds of the plant mixed with honey are widely used in eastern Europe as cough suppressant. In Eastern Canada, the use of "mouche de moutarde" to treat respiratory infections was popular before the advent of modern medicine. It consisted in mixing ground mustard seeds with flour and water, and creating a cataplasm with the paste. This cataplasm was put on the chest or the back and left until the person felt a stinging sensation. The plant itself can grow from 2 to 8 feet tall with racemes of small yellow flowers. These flowers are usually up to 13" across, with 4 petals each. Its leaves are covered in small hairs. The leaves can wilt on hot days, but recover at night. Since the 1950s, black mustard has become less popular as compared to india mustard because some cultivars of india mustard have seeds that can be mechanically harvested in a more efficient manner. Brassica Nigra

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Mustard

We are offering mustard. we are engaged in the supplying of high quality mustard in the market. The mustard seed plant is consumed as a wholesome food. Besides, this juicy verity of spice is also used for extracting optimal quality oil. The mustard seed powder supplied by us is extensively used for treating food stuffs to enhance their aromatic flavor. In addition to it, we are reckoned as one of the most famous mustard oil exporters as well as suppliers in india. mustards are several plant species in the genera brassica and sinapis whose small mustard seeds are used as a spice and, by grinding and mixing them with water, vinegar or other liquids, are turned into the condiment known as mustard. The seeds are also pressed to make mustard oil, and the edible leaves can be eaten as mustard greens. mild white mustard (sinapis hirta) grows wild in north africa, the middle east and mediterranean europe and has spread farther by long cultivation; brown or indian mustard (b. Juncea), originally from the foothills of the himalaya, is grown commercially in the uk, canada and the us; black mustard (b. Nigra) in argentina, chile, the us and some european countries. Canada grows 90% of all the mustard seed for the international market. The canadian province of saskatchewan produces almost half of the world's supply of mustard seed. In addition to the mustards, the genus brassica also includes cabbages, cauliflower, rapeseed and turnips. although some varieties of mustard were well-established crops in hellenistic and roman times, zohary and hopf note that "there are almost no archeological records available for any of these crops." wild forms of mustard and its relatives the radish and turnip can be found over west asia and europe, suggesting that their domestication took place somewhere in that area. However, zohary and hopf conclude, "suggestions as to the origins of these plants are necessarily based on linguistic considerations." there has been recent research into varieties of mustards that have a high oil content for use in the production of biodiesel, a renewable liquid fuel similar to diesel fuel. The biodiesel made from mustard oil has good cold flow properties and cetane ratings. The leftover meal after pressing out the oil has also been found to be an effective pesticide. brassica nigra (black mustard) is an annual weedy plant cultivated for its seeds, which are commonly used as a spice. The plant is believed to be native to the southern mediterranean region of europe, and has been cultivated for thousands of years. the spice is generally made from ground seeds of the plant, with the seed coats removed. The small (1 mm) seeds are hard and vary in color from dark brown to black. They are very flavorful, although they have almost no aroma. The seeds are commonly used in indian cuisine, for example in curry, where it is known as 'rai'. The seeds are usually thrown into hot oil or ghee after which they pop, releasing a characteristic 'nutty' flavor. The seeds have a significant amount of fatty oil. This oil is used often as cooking oil in india. ground seeds of the plant mixed with honey are widely used in eastern europe as cough suppressant. In eastern canada, the use of "mouche de moutarde" to treat respiratory infections was popular before the advent of modern medicine. It consisted in mixing ground mustard seeds with flour and water, and creating a cataplasm with the paste. This cataplasm was put on the chest or the back and left until the person felt a stinging sensation. the plant itself can grow from 2 to 8 feet tall with racemes of small yellow flowers. These flowers are usually up to 13" across, with 4 petals each. Its leaves are covered in small hairs. The leaves can wilt on hot days, but recover at night. since the 1950s, black mustard has become less popular as compared to india mustard because some cultivars of india mustard have seeds that can be mechanically harvested in a more efficient manner. brassica nigra

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Mustard

We are offering mustard. we are engaged in the supplying of high quality mustard in the market. The mustard seed plant is consumed as a wholesome food. Besides, this juicy verity of spice is also used for extracting optimal quality oil. The mustard seed powder supplied by us is extensively used for treating food stuffs to enhance their aromatic flavor. In addition to it, we are reckoned as one of the most famous mustard oil exporters as well as suppliers in india. mustards are several plant species in the genera brassica and sinapis whose small mustard seeds are used as a spice and, by grinding and mixing them with water, vinegar or other liquids, are turned into the condiment known as mustard. The seeds are also pressed to make mustard oil, and the edible leaves can be eaten as mustard greens. mild white mustard (sinapis hirta) grows wild in north africa, the middle east and mediterranean europe and has spread farther by long cultivation; brown or indian mustard (b. Juncea), originally from the foothills of the himalaya, is grown commercially in the uk, canada and the us; black mustard (b. Nigra) in argentina, chile, the us and some european countries. Canada grows 90% of all the mustard seed for the international market. The canadian province of saskatchewan produces almost half of the world's supply of mustard seed. In addition to the mustards, the genus brassica also includes cabbages, cauliflower, rapeseed and turnips. although some varieties of mustard were well-established crops in hellenistic and roman times, zohary and hopf note that "there are almost no archeological records available for any of these crops." wild forms of mustard and its relatives the radish and turnip can be found over west asia and europe, suggesting that their domestication took place somewhere in that area. However, zohary and hopf conclude, "suggestions as to the origins of these plants are necessarily based on linguistic considerations." there has been recent research into varieties of mustards that have a high oil content for use in the production of biodiesel, a renewable liquid fuel similar to diesel fuel. The biodiesel made from mustard oil has good cold flow properties and cetane ratings. The leftover meal after pressing out the oil has also been found to be an effective pesticide. brassica nigra (black mustard) is an annual weedy plant cultivated for its seeds, which are commonly used as a spice. The plant is believed to be native to the southern mediterranean region of europe, and has been cultivated for thousands of years. the spice is generally made from ground seeds of the plant, with the seed coats removed. The small (1 mm) seeds are hard and vary in color from dark brown to black. They are very flavorful, although they have almost no aroma. The seeds are commonly used in indian cuisine, for example in curry, where it is known as 'rai'. The seeds are usually thrown into hot oil or ghee after which they pop, releasing a characteristic 'nutty' flavor. The seeds have a significant amount of fatty oil. This oil is used often as cooking oil in india. ground seeds of the plant mixed with honey are widely used in eastern europe as cough suppressant. In eastern canada, the use of "mouche de moutarde" to treat respiratory infections was popular before the advent of modern medicine. It consisted in mixing ground mustard seeds with flour and water, and creating a cataplasm with the paste. This cataplasm was put on the chest or the back and left until the person felt a stinging sensation. the plant itself can grow from 2 to 8 feet tall with racemes of small yellow flowers. These flowers are usually up to 13" across, with 4 petals each. Its leaves are covered in small hairs. The leaves can wilt on hot days, but recover at night. since the 1950s, black mustard has become less popular as compared to india mustard because some cultivars of india mustard have seeds that can be mechanically harvested in a more efficient manner. brassica nigra

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Mustard

We are offering mustard.we are engaged in the supplying of high quality mustard in the market. The mustard seed plant is consumed as a wholesome food. Besides, this juicy verity of spice is also used for extracting optimal quality oil. The mustard seed powder supplied by us is extensively used for treating food stuffs to enhance their aromatic flavor. In addition to it, we are reckoned as one of the most famous mustard oil exporters as well as suppliers in india. mustards are several plant species in the genera brassica and sinapis whose small mustard seeds are used as a spice and, by grinding and mixing them with water, vinegar or other liquids, are turned into the condiment known as mustard. The seeds are also pressed to make mustard oil, and the edible leaves can be eaten as mustard greens. mild white mustard (sinapis hirta) grows wild in north africa, the middle east and mediterranean europe and has spread farther by long cultivation; brown or indian mustard (b. Juncea), originally from the foothills of the himalaya, is grown commercially in the uk, canada and the us; black mustard (b. Nigra) in argentina, chile, the us and some european countries. Canada grows 90% of all the mustard seed for the international market. The canadian province of saskatchewan produces almost half of the world's supply of mustard seed. In addition to the mustards, the genus brassica also includes cabbages, cauliflower, rapeseed and turnips. although some varieties of mustard were well-established crops in hellenistic and roman times, zohary and hopf note that "there are almost no archeological records available for any of these crops." wild forms of mustard and its relatives the radish and turnip can be found over west asia and europe, suggesting that their domestication took place somewhere in that area. However, zohary and hopf conclude, "suggestions as to the origins of these plants are necessarily based on linguistic considerations." there has been recent research into varieties of mustards that have a high oil content for use in the production of biodiesel, a renewable liquid fuel similar to diesel fuel. The biodiesel made from mustard oil has good cold flow properties and cetane ratings. The leftover meal after pressing out the oil has also been found to be an effective pesticide. brassica nigra (black mustard) is an annual weedy plant cultivated for its seeds, which are commonly used as a spice. The plant is believed to be native to the southern mediterranean region of europe, and has been cultivated for thousands of years. the spice is generally made from ground seeds of the plant, with the seed coats removed. The small (1 mm) seeds are hard and vary in color from dark brown to black. They are very flavorful, although they have almost no aroma. The seeds are commonly used in indian cuisine, for example in curry, where it is known as 'rai'. The seeds are usually thrown into hot oil or ghee after which they pop, releasing a characteristic 'nutty' flavor. The seeds have a significant amount of fatty oil. This oil is used often as cooking oil in india. ground seeds of the plant mixed with honey are widely used in eastern europe as cough suppressant. In eastern canada, the use of "mouche de moutarde" to treat respiratory infections was popular before the advent of modern medicine. It consisted in mixing ground mustard seeds with flour and water, and creating a cataplasm with the paste. This cataplasm was put on the chest or the back and left until the person felt a stinging sensation. the plant itself can grow from 2 to 8 feet tall with racemes of small yellow flowers. These flowers are usually up to 13" across, with 4 petals each. Its leaves are covered in small hairs. The leaves can wilt on hot days, but recover at night. since the 1950s, black mustard has become less popular as compared to india mustard because some cultivars of india mustard have seeds that can be mechanically harvested in a more efficient manner. brassica nigra

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Mustard

We are offering mustard. we are engaged in the supplying of high quality mustard in the market. The mustard seed plant is consumed as a wholesome food. Besides, this juicy verity of spice is also used for extracting optimal quality oil. The mustard seed powder supplied by us is extensively used for treating food stuffs to enhance their aromatic flavor. In addition to it, we are reckoned as one of the most famous mustard oil exporters as well as suppliers in india. mustards are several plant species in the genera brassica and sinapis whose small mustard seeds are used as a spice and, by grinding and mixing them with water, vinegar or other liquids, are turned into the condiment known as mustard. The seeds are also pressed to make mustard oil, and the edible leaves can be eaten as mustard greens. mild white mustard (sinapis hirta) grows wild in north africa, the middle east and mediterranean europe and has spread farther by long cultivation; brown or indian mustard (b. Juncea), originally from the foothills of the himalaya, is grown commercially in the uk, canada and the us; black mustard (b. Nigra) in argentina, chile, the us and some european countries. Canada grows 90% of all the mustard seed for the international market. The canadian province of saskatchewan produces almost half of the world's supply of mustard seed. In addition to the mustards, the genus brassica also includes cabbages, cauliflower, rapeseed and turnips. although some varieties of mustard were well-established crops in hellenistic and roman times, zohary and hopf note that "there are almost no archeological records available for any of these crops." wild forms of mustard and its relatives the radish and turnip can be found over west asia and europe, suggesting that their domestication took place somewhere in that area. However, zohary and hopf conclude, "suggestions as to the origins of these plants are necessarily based on linguistic considerations." there has been recent research into varieties of mustards that have a high oil content for use in the production of biodiesel, a renewable liquid fuel similar to diesel fuel. The biodiesel made from mustard oil has good cold flow properties and cetane ratings. The leftover meal after pressing out the oil has also been found to be an effective pesticide. brassica nigra (black mustard) is an annual weedy plant cultivated for its seeds, which are commonly used as a spice. The plant is believed to be native to the southern mediterranean region of europe, and has been cultivated for thousands of years. the spice is generally made from ground seeds of the plant, with the seed coats removed. The small (1 mm) seeds are hard and vary in color from dark brown to black. They are very flavorful, although they have almost no aroma. The seeds are commonly used in indian cuisine, for example in curry, where it is known as 'rai'. The seeds are usually thrown into hot oil or ghee after which they pop, releasing a characteristic 'nutty' flavor. The seeds have a significant amount of fatty oil. This oil is used often as cooking oil in india. ground seeds of the plant mixed with honey are widely used in eastern europe as cough suppressant. In eastern canada, the use of "mouche de moutarde" to treat respiratory infections was popular before the advent of modern medicine. It consisted in mixing ground mustard seeds with flour and water, and creating a cataplasm with the paste. This cataplasm was put on the chest or the back and left until the person felt a stinging sensation. the plant itself can grow from 2 to 8 feet tall with racemes of small yellow flowers. These flowers are usually up to 13" across, with 4 petals each. Its leaves are covered in small hairs. The leaves can wilt on hot days, but recover at night. since the 1950s, black mustard has become less popular as compared to india mustard because some cultivars of india mustard have seeds that can be mechanically harvested in a more efficient manner. brassica nigra

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Mustard

We are offering mustard. we are engaged in the supplying of high quality mustard in the market. The mustard seed plant is consumed as a wholesome food. Besides, this juicy verity of spice is also used for extracting optimal quality oil. The mustard seed powder supplied by us is extensively used for treating food stuffs to enhance their aromatic flavor. In addition to it, we are reckoned as one of the most famous mustard oil exporters as well as suppliers in india. mustards are several plant species in the genera brassica and sinapis whose small mustard seeds are used as a spice and, by grinding and mixing them with water, vinegar or other liquids, are turned into the condiment known as mustard. The seeds are also pressed to make mustard oil, and the edible leaves can be eaten as mustard greens. mild white mustard (sinapis hirta) grows wild in north africa, the middle east and mediterranean europe and has spread farther by long cultivation; brown or indian mustard (b. Juncea), originally from the foothills of the himalaya, is grown commercially in the uk, canada and the us; black mustard (b. Nigra) in argentina, chile, the us and some european countries. Canada grows 90% of all the mustard seed for the international market. The canadian province of saskatchewan produces almost half of the world's supply of mustard seed. In addition to the mustards, the genus brassica also includes cabbages, cauliflower, rapeseed and turnips. although some varieties of mustard were well-established crops in hellenistic and roman times, zohary and hopf note that "there are almost no archeological records available for any of these crops." wild forms of mustard and its relatives the radish and turnip can be found over west asia and europe, suggesting that their domestication took place somewhere in that area. However, zohary and hopf conclude, "suggestions as to the origins of these plants are necessarily based on linguistic considerations." there has been recent research into varieties of mustards that have a high oil content for use in the production of biodiesel, a renewable liquid fuel similar to diesel fuel. The biodiesel made from mustard oil has good cold flow properties and cetane ratings. The leftover meal after pressing out the oil has also been found to be an effective pesticide. brassica nigra (black mustard) is an annual weedy plant cultivated for its seeds, which are commonly used as a spice. The plant is believed to be native to the southern mediterranean region of europe, and has been cultivated for thousands of years. the spice is generally made from ground seeds of the plant, with the seed coats removed. The small (1 mm) seeds are hard and vary in color from dark brown to black. They are very flavorful, although they have almost no aroma. The seeds are commonly used in indian cuisine, for example in curry, where it is known as 'rai'. The seeds are usually thrown into hot oil or ghee after which they pop, releasing a characteristic 'nutty' flavor. The seeds have a significant amount of fatty oil. This oil is used often as cooking oil in india. ground seeds of the plant mixed with honey are widely used in eastern europe as cough suppressant. In eastern canada, the use of "mouche de moutarde" to treat respiratory infections was popular before the advent of modern medicine. It consisted in mixing ground mustard seeds with flour and water, and creating a cataplasm with the paste. This cataplasm was put on the chest or the back and left until the person felt a stinging sensation. the plant itself can grow from 2 to 8 feet tall with racemes of small yellow flowers. These flowers are usually up to 13" across, with 4 petals each. Its leaves are covered in small hairs. The leaves can wilt on hot days, but recover at night. since the 1950s, black mustard has become less popular as compared to india mustard because some cultivars of india mustard have seeds that can be mechanically harvested in a more efficient manner. brassica nigra

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Mustard

We are offering mustard.we are engaged in the supplying of high quality mustard in the market. The mustard seed plant is consumed as a wholesome food. Besides, this juicy verity of spice is also used for extracting optimal quality oil. The mustard seed powder supplied by us is extensively used for treating food stuffs to enhance their aromatic flavor. In addition to it, we are reckoned as one of the most famous mustard oil exporters as well as suppliers in india. mustards are several plant species in the genera brassica and sinapis whose small mustard seeds are used as a spice and, by grinding and mixing them with water, vinegar or other liquids, are turned into the condiment known as mustard. The seeds are also pressed to make mustard oil, and the edible leaves can be eaten as mustard greens. mild white mustard (sinapis hirta) grows wild in north africa, the middle east and mediterranean europe and has spread farther by long cultivation; brown or indian mustard (b. Juncea), originally from the foothills of the himalaya, is grown commercially in the uk, canada and the us; black mustard (b. Nigra) in argentina, chile, the us and some european countries. Canada grows 90% of all the mustard seed for the international market. The canadian province of saskatchewan produces almost half of the world's supply of mustard seed. In addition to the mustards, the genus brassica also includes cabbages, cauliflower, rapeseed and turnips. although some varieties of mustard were well-established crops in hellenistic and roman times, zohary and hopf note that "there are almost no archeological records available for any of these crops." wild forms of mustard and its relatives the radish and turnip can be found over west asia and europe, suggesting that their domestication took place somewhere in that area. However, zohary and hopf conclude, "suggestions as to the origins of these plants are necessarily based on linguistic considerations." there has been recent research into varieties of mustards that have a high oil content for use in the production of biodiesel, a renewable liquid fuel similar to diesel fuel. The biodiesel made from mustard oil has good cold flow properties and cetane ratings. The leftover meal after pressing out the oil has also been found to be an effective pesticide. brassica nigra (black mustard) is an annual weedy plant cultivated for its seeds, which are commonly used as a spice. The plant is believed to be native to the southern mediterranean region of europe, and has been cultivated for thousands of years. the spice is generally made from ground seeds of the plant, with the seed coats removed. The small (1 mm) seeds are hard and vary in color from dark brown to black. They are very flavorful, although they have almost no aroma. The seeds are commonly used in indian cuisine, for example in curry, where it is known as 'rai'. The seeds are usually thrown into hot oil or ghee after which they pop, releasing a characteristic 'nutty' flavor. The seeds have a significant amount of fatty oil. This oil is used often as cooking oil in india. ground seeds of the plant mixed with honey are widely used in eastern europe as cough suppressant. In eastern canada, the use of "mouche de moutarde" to treat respiratory infections was popular before the advent of modern medicine. It consisted in mixing ground mustard seeds with flour and water, and creating a cataplasm with the paste. This cataplasm was put on the chest or the back and left until the person felt a stinging sensation. the plant itself can grow from 2 to 8 feet tall with racemes of small yellow flowers. These flowers are usually up to 13" across, with 4 petals each. Its leaves are covered in small hairs. The leaves can wilt on hot days, but recover at night. since the 1950s, black mustard has become less popular as compared to india mustard because some cultivars of india mustard have seeds that can be mechanically harvested in a more efficient manner. brassica nigra

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Mustard

We are offering mustard. we are engaged in the supplying of high quality mustard in the market. The mustard seed plant is consumed as a wholesome food. Besides, this juicy verity of spice is also used for extracting optimal quality oil. The mustard seed powder supplied by us is extensively used for treating food stuffs to enhance their aromatic flavor. In addition to it, we are reckoned as one of the most famous mustard oil exporters as well as suppliers in india. mustards are several plant species in the genera brassica and sinapis whose small mustard seeds are used as a spice and, by grinding and mixing them with water, vinegar or other liquids, are turned into the condiment known as mustard. The seeds are also pressed to make mustard oil, and the edible leaves can be eaten as mustard greens. mild white mustard (sinapis hirta) grows wild in north africa, the middle east and mediterranean europe and has spread farther by long cultivation; brown or indian mustard (b. Juncea), originally from the foothills of the himalaya, is grown commercially in the uk, canada and the us; black mustard (b. Nigra) in argentina, chile, the us and some european countries. Canada grows 90% of all the mustard seed for the international market. The canadian province of saskatchewan produces almost half of the world's supply of mustard seed. In addition to the mustards, the genus brassica also includes cabbages, cauliflower, rapeseed and turnips. although some varieties of mustard were well-established crops in hellenistic and roman times, zohary and hopf note that "there are almost no archeological records available for any of these crops." wild forms of mustard and its relatives the radish and turnip can be found over west asia and europe, suggesting that their domestication took place somewhere in that area. However, zohary and hopf conclude, "suggestions as to the origins of these plants are necessarily based on linguistic considerations." there has been recent research into varieties of mustards that have a high oil content for use in the production of biodiesel, a renewable liquid fuel similar to diesel fuel. The biodiesel made from mustard oil has good cold flow properties and cetane ratings. The leftover meal after pressing out the oil has also been found to be an effective pesticide. brassica nigra (black mustard) is an annual weedy plant cultivated for its seeds, which are commonly used as a spice. The plant is believed to be native to the southern mediterranean region of europe, and has been cultivated for thousands of years. the spice is generally made from ground seeds of the plant, with the seed coats removed. The small (1 mm) seeds are hard and vary in color from dark brown to black. They are very flavorful, although they have almost no aroma. The seeds are commonly used in indian cuisine, for example in curry, where it is known as 'rai'. The seeds are usually thrown into hot oil or ghee after which they pop, releasing a characteristic 'nutty' flavor. The seeds have a significant amount of fatty oil. This oil is used often as cooking oil in india. ground seeds of the plant mixed with honey are widely used in eastern europe as cough suppressant. In eastern canada, the use of "mouche de moutarde" to treat respiratory infections was popular before the advent of modern medicine. It consisted in mixing ground mustard seeds with flour and water, and creating a cataplasm with the paste. This cataplasm was put on the chest or the back and left until the person felt a stinging sensation. the plant itself can grow from 2 to 8 feet tall with racemes of small yellow flowers. These flowers are usually up to 13" across, with 4 petals each. Its leaves are covered in small hairs. The leaves can wilt on hot days, but recover at night. since the 1950s, black mustard has become less popular as compared to india mustard because some cultivars of india mustard have seeds that can be mechanically harvested in a more efficient manner. brassica nigra

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We are engaged in the supplying of high quality mustard in the market. The mustard seed plant is consumed as a wholesome food. Besides, this juicy verity of spice is also used for extracting optimal quality oil. The mustard seed powder supplied by us is extensively used for treating food stuffs to enhance their aromatic flavor. In addition to it, we are reckoned as one of the most famous mustard oil exporters as well as suppliers in India. Mustards are several plant species in the genera Brassica and Sinapis whose small mustard seeds are used as a spice and, by grinding and mixing them with water, vinegar or other liquids, are turned into the condiment known as mustard. The seeds are also pressed to make mustard oil, and the edible leaves can be eaten as mustard greens. Mild white mustard (Sinapis hirta) grows wild in North Africa, the Middle East and Mediterranean Europe and has spread farther by long cultivation; brown or Indian mustard (B. juncea), originally from the foothills of the Himalaya, is grown commercially in the UK, Canada and the US; black mustard (B. nigra) in Argentina, Chile, the US and some European countries. Canada grows 90% of all the mustard seed for the international market. The Canadian province of Saskatchewan produces almost half of the world's supply of mustard seed. In addition to the mustards, the genus Brassica also includes cabbages, cauliflower, rapeseed and turnips. Although some varieties of mustard were well-established crops in Hellenistic and Roman times, Zohary and Hopf note that "there are almost no archeological records available for any of these crops." Wild forms of mustard and its relatives the radish and turnip can be found over west Asia and Europe, suggesting that their domestication took place somewhere in that area. However, Zohary and Hopf conclude, "Suggestions as to the origins of these plants are necessarily based on linguistic considerations." There has been recent research into varieties of mustards that have a high oil content for use in the production of biodiesel, a renewable liquid fuel similar to diesel fuel. The biodiesel made from mustard oil has good cold flow properties and cetane ratings. The leftover meal after pressing out the oil has also been found to be an effective pesticide. Brassica Nigra (Black Mustard) is an annual weedy plant cultivated for its seeds, which are commonly used as a spice. The plant is believed to be native to the southern Mediterranean region of Europe, and has been cultivated for thousands of years. The spice is generally made from ground seeds of the plant, with the seed coats removed. The small (1 mm) seeds are hard and vary in color from dark brown to black. They are very flavorful, although they have almost no aroma. The seeds are commonly used in Indian cuisine, for example in curry, where it is known as 'rai'. The seeds are usually thrown into hot oil or ghee after which they pop, releasing a characteristic 'nutty' flavor. The seeds have a significant amount of fatty oil. This oil is used often as cooking oil in India. Ground seeds of the plant mixed with honey are widely used in eastern Europe as cough suppressant. In Eastern Canada, the use of "mouche de moutarde" to treat respiratory infections was popular before the advent of modern medicine. It consisted in mixing ground mustard seeds with flour and water, and creating a cataplasm with the paste. This cataplasm was put on the chest or the back and left until the person felt a stinging sensation. The plant itself can grow from 2 to 8 feet tall with racemes of small yellow flowers. These flowers are usually up to 13" across, with 4 petals each. Its leaves are covered in small hairs. The leaves can wilt on hot days, but recover at night. Since the 1950s, black mustard has become less popular as compared to india mustard because some cultivars of india mustard have seeds that can be mechanically harvested in a more efficient manner. Brassica Nigra

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We are offering mustard. we are engaged in the supplying of high quality mustard in the market. The mustard seed plant is consumed as a wholesome food. Besides, this juicy verity of spice is also used for extracting optimal quality oil. The mustard seed powder supplied by us is extensively used for treating food stuffs to enhance their aromatic flavor. In addition to it, we are reckoned as one of the most famous mustard oil exporters as well as suppliers in india. mustards are several plant species in the genera brassica and sinapis whose small mustard seeds are used as a spice and, by grinding and mixing them with water, vinegar or other liquids, are turned into the condiment known as mustard. The seeds are also pressed to make mustard oil, and the edible leaves can be eaten as mustard greens. mild white mustard (sinapis hirta) grows wild in north africa, the middle east and mediterranean europe and has spread farther by long cultivation; brown or indian mustard (b. Juncea), originally from the foothills of the himalaya, is grown commercially in the uk, canada and the us; black mustard (b. Nigra) in argentina, chile, the us and some european countries. Canada grows 90% of all the mustard seed for the international market. The canadian province of saskatchewan produces almost half of the world's supply of mustard seed. In addition to the mustards, the genus brassica also includes cabbages, cauliflower, rapeseed and turnips. although some varieties of mustard were well-established crops in hellenistic and roman times, zohary and hopf note that "there are almost no archeological records available for any of these crops." wild forms of mustard and its relatives the radish and turnip can be found over west asia and europe, suggesting that their domestication took place somewhere in that area. However, zohary and hopf conclude, "suggestions as to the origins of these plants are necessarily based on linguistic considerations." there has been recent research into varieties of mustards that have a high oil content for use in the production of biodiesel, a renewable liquid fuel similar to diesel fuel. The biodiesel made from mustard oil has good cold flow properties and cetane ratings. The leftover meal after pressing out the oil has also been found to be an effective pesticide. brassica nigra (black mustard) is an annual weedy plant cultivated for its seeds, which are commonly used as a spice. The plant is believed to be native to the southern mediterranean region of europe, and has been cultivated for thousands of years. the spice is generally made from ground seeds of the plant, with the seed coats removed. The small (1 mm) seeds are hard and vary in color from dark brown to black. They are very flavorful, although they have almost no aroma. The seeds are commonly used in indian cuisine, for example in curry, where it is known as 'rai'. The seeds are usually thrown into hot oil or ghee after which they pop, releasing a characteristic 'nutty' flavor. The seeds have a significant amount of fatty oil. This oil is used often as cooking oil in india. ground seeds of the plant mixed with honey are widely used in eastern europe as cough suppressant. In eastern canada, the use of "mouche de moutarde" to treat respiratory infections was popular before the advent of modern medicine. It consisted in mixing ground mustard seeds with flour and water, and creating a cataplasm with the paste. This cataplasm was put on the chest or the back and left until the person felt a stinging sensation. the plant itself can grow from 2 to 8 feet tall with racemes of small yellow flowers. These flowers are usually up to 13" across, with 4 petals each. Its leaves are covered in small hairs. The leaves can wilt on hot days, but recover at night. since the 1950s, black mustard has become less popular as compared to india mustard because some cultivars of india mustard have seeds that can be mechanically harvested in a more efficient manner. brassica nigra

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We are offering mustard. we are engaged in the supplying of high quality mustard in the market. The mustard seed plant is consumed as a wholesome food. Besides, this juicy verity of spice is also used for extracting optimal quality oil. The mustard seed powder supplied by us is extensively used for treating food stuffs to enhance their aromatic flavor. In addition to it, we are reckoned as one of the most famous mustard oil exporters as well as suppliers in india. mustards are several plant species in the genera brassica and sinapis whose small mustard seeds are used as a spice and, by grinding and mixing them with water, vinegar or other liquids, are turned into the condiment known as mustard. The seeds are also pressed to make mustard oil, and the edible leaves can be eaten as mustard greens. mild white mustard (sinapis hirta) grows wild in north africa, the middle east and mediterranean europe and has spread farther by long cultivation; brown or indian mustard (b. Juncea), originally from the foothills of the himalaya, is grown commercially in the uk, canada and the us; black mustard (b. Nigra) in argentina, chile, the us and some european countries. Canada grows 90% of all the mustard seed for the international market. The canadian province of saskatchewan produces almost half of the world's supply of mustard seed. In addition to the mustards, the genus brassica also includes cabbages, cauliflower, rapeseed and turnips. although some varieties of mustard were well-established crops in hellenistic and roman times, zohary and hopf note that "there are almost no archeological records available for any of these crops." wild forms of mustard and its relatives the radish and turnip can be found over west asia and europe, suggesting that their domestication took place somewhere in that area. However, zohary and hopf conclude, "suggestions as to the origins of these plants are necessarily based on linguistic considerations." there has been recent research into varieties of mustards that have a high oil content for use in the production of biodiesel, a renewable liquid fuel similar to diesel fuel. The biodiesel made from mustard oil has good cold flow properties and cetane ratings. The leftover meal after pressing out the oil has also been found to be an effective pesticide. brassica nigra (black mustard) is an annual weedy plant cultivated for its seeds, which are commonly used as a spice. The plant is believed to be native to the southern mediterranean region of europe, and has been cultivated for thousands of years. the spice is generally made from ground seeds of the plant, with the seed coats removed. The small (1 mm) seeds are hard and vary in color from dark brown to black. They are very flavorful, although they have almost no aroma. The seeds are commonly used in indian cuisine, for example in curry, where it is known as 'rai'. The seeds are usually thrown into hot oil or ghee after which they pop, releasing a characteristic 'nutty' flavor. The seeds have a significant amount of fatty oil. This oil is used often as cooking oil in india. ground seeds of the plant mixed with honey are widely used in eastern europe as cough suppressant. In eastern canada, the use of "mouche de moutarde" to treat respiratory infections was popular before the advent of modern medicine. It consisted in mixing ground mustard seeds with flour and water, and creating a cataplasm with the paste. This cataplasm was put on the chest or the back and left until the person felt a stinging sensation. the plant itself can grow from 2 to 8 feet tall with racemes of small yellow flowers. These flowers are usually up to 13" across, with 4 petals each. Its leaves are covered in small hairs. The leaves can wilt on hot days, but recover at night. since the 1950s, black mustard has become less popular as compared to india mustard because some cultivars of india mustard have seeds that can be mechanically harvested in a more efficient manner. brassica nigra

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We are engaged in the supplying of high quality mustard in the market. The mustard seed plant is consumed as a wholesome food. Besides, this juicy verity of spice is also used for extracting optimal quality oil. The mustard seed powder supplied by us is extensively used for treating food stuffs to enhance their aromatic flavor. In addition to it, we are reckoned as one of the most famous mustard oil exporters as well as suppliers in India. Mustards are several plant species in the genera Brassica and Sinapis whose small mustard seeds are used as a spice and, by grinding and mixing them with water, vinegar or other liquids, are turned into the condiment known as mustard. The seeds are also pressed to make mustard oil, and the edible leaves can be eaten as mustard greens. Mild white mustard (Sinapis hirta) grows wild in North Africa, the Middle East and Mediterranean Europe and has spread farther by long cultivation; brown or Indian mustard (B. juncea), originally from the foothills of the Himalaya, is grown commercially in the UK, Canada and the US; black mustard (B. nigra) in Argentina, Chile, the US and some European countries. Canada grows 90% of all the mustard seed for the international market. The Canadian province of Saskatchewan produces almost half of the world's supply of mustard seed. In addition to the mustards, the genus Brassica also includes cabbages, cauliflower, rapeseed and turnips. Although some varieties of mustard were well-established crops in Hellenistic and Roman times, Zohary and Hopf note that "there are almost no archeological records available for any of these crops." Wild forms of mustard and its relatives the radish and turnip can be found over west Asia and Europe, suggesting that their domestication took place somewhere in that area. However, Zohary and Hopf conclude, "Suggestions as to the origins of these plants are necessarily based on linguistic considerations." There has been recent research into varieties of mustards that have a high oil content for use in the production of biodiesel, a renewable liquid fuel similar to diesel fuel. The biodiesel made from mustard oil has good cold flow properties and cetane ratings. The leftover meal after pressing out the oil has also been found to be an effective pesticide. Brassica Nigra (Black Mustard) is an annual weedy plant cultivated for its seeds, which are commonly used as a spice. The plant is believed to be native to the southern Mediterranean region of Europe, and has been cultivated for thousands of years. The spice is generally made from ground seeds of the plant, with the seed coats removed. The small (1 mm) seeds are hard and vary in color from dark brown to black. They are very flavorful, although they have almost no aroma. The seeds are commonly used in Indian cuisine, for example in curry, where it is known as 'rai'. The seeds are usually thrown into hot oil or ghee after which they pop, releasing a characteristic 'nutty' flavor. The seeds have a significant amount of fatty oil. This oil is used often as cooking oil in India. Ground seeds of the plant mixed with honey are widely used in eastern Europe as cough suppressant. In Eastern Canada, the use of "mouche de moutarde" to treat respiratory infections was popular before the advent of modern medicine. It consisted in mixing ground mustard seeds with flour and water, and creating a cataplasm with the paste. This cataplasm was put on the chest or the back and left until the person felt a stinging sensation. The plant itself can grow from 2 to 8 feet tall with racemes of small yellow flowers. These flowers are usually up to 13" across, with 4 petals each. Its leaves are covered in small hairs. The leaves can wilt on hot days, but recover at night. Since the 1950s, black mustard has become less popular as compared to india mustard because some cultivars of india mustard have seeds that can be mechanically harvested in a more efficient manner. Brassica Nigra

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We are engaged in the supplying of high quality mustard in the market. The mustard seed plant is consumed as a wholesome food. Besides, this juicy verity of spice is also used for extracting optimal quality oil. The mustard seed powder supplied by us is extensively used for treating food stuffs to enhance their aromatic flavor. In addition to it, we are reckoned as one of the most famous mustard oil exporters as well as suppliers in India. Mustards are several plant species in the genera Brassica and Sinapis whose small mustard seeds are used as a spice and, by grinding and mixing them with water, vinegar or other liquids, are turned into the condiment known as mustard. The seeds are also pressed to make mustard oil, and the edible leaves can be eaten as mustard greens. Mild white mustard (Sinapis hirta) grows wild in North Africa, the Middle East and Mediterranean Europe and has spread farther by long cultivation; brown or Indian mustard (B. juncea), originally from the foothills of the Himalaya, is grown commercially in the UK, Canada and the US; black mustard (B. nigra) in Argentina, Chile, the US and some European countries. Canada grows 90% of all the mustard seed for the international market. The Canadian province of Saskatchewan produces almost half of the world's supply of mustard seed. In addition to the mustards, the genus Brassica also includes cabbages, cauliflower, rapeseed and turnips. Although some varieties of mustard were well-established crops in Hellenistic and Roman times, Zohary and Hopf note that "there are almost no archeological records available for any of these crops." Wild forms of mustard and its relatives the radish and turnip can be found over west Asia and Europe, suggesting that their domestication took place somewhere in that area. However, Zohary and Hopf conclude, "Suggestions as to the origins of these plants are necessarily based on linguistic considerations." There has been recent research into varieties of mustards that have a high oil content for use in the production of biodiesel, a renewable liquid fuel similar to diesel fuel. The biodiesel made from mustard oil has good cold flow properties and cetane ratings. The leftover meal after pressing out the oil has also been found to be an effective pesticide. Brassica Nigra (Black Mustard) is an annual weedy plant cultivated for its seeds, which are commonly used as a spice. The plant is believed to be native to the southern Mediterranean region of Europe, and has been cultivated for thousands of years. The spice is generally made from ground seeds of the plant, with the seed coats removed. The small (1 mm) seeds are hard and vary in color from dark brown to black. They are very flavorful, although they have almost no aroma. The seeds are commonly used in Indian cuisine, for example in curry, where it is known as 'rai'. The seeds are usually thrown into hot oil or ghee after which they pop, releasing a characteristic 'nutty' flavor. The seeds have a significant amount of fatty oil. This oil is used often as cooking oil in India. Ground seeds of the plant mixed with honey are widely used in eastern Europe as cough suppressant. In Eastern Canada, the use of "mouche de moutarde" to treat respiratory infections was popular before the advent of modern medicine. It consisted in mixing ground mustard seeds with flour and water, and creating a cataplasm with the paste. This cataplasm was put on the chest or the back and left until the person felt a stinging sensation. The plant itself can grow from 2 to 8 feet tall with racemes of small yellow flowers. These flowers are usually up to 13" across, with 4 petals each. Its leaves are covered in small hairs. The leaves can wilt on hot days, but recover at night. Since the 1950s, black mustard has become less popular as compared to india mustard because some cultivars of india mustard have seeds that can be mechanically harvested in a more efficient manner. Brassica Nigra

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we are engaged in the supplying of high quality mustard in the market. The mustard seed plant is consumed as a wholesome food. Besides, this juicy verity of spice is also used for extracting optimal quality oil. The mustard seed powder supplied by us is extensively used for treating food stuffs to enhance their aromatic flavor. In addition to it, we are reckoned as one of the most famous mustard oil exporters as well as suppliers in india. mustards are several plant species in the genera brassica and sinapis whose small mustard seeds are used as a spice and, by grinding and mixing them with water, vinegar or other liquids, are turned into the condiment known as mustard. The seeds are also pressed to make mustard oil, and the edible leaves can be eaten as mustard greens. mild white mustard (sinapis hirta) grows wild in north africa, the middle east and mediterranean europe and has spread farther by long cultivation; brown or indian mustard (b. Juncea), originally from the foothills of the himalaya, is grown commercially in the uk, canada and the us; black mustard (b. Nigra) in argentina, chile, the us and some european countries. Canada grows 90% of all the mustard seed for the international market. The canadian province of saskatchewan produces almost half of the world's supply of mustard seed. In addition to the mustards, the genus brassica also includes cabbages, cauliflower, rapeseed and turnips. although some varieties of mustard were well-established crops in hellenistic and roman times, zohary and hopf note that "there are almost no archeological records available for any of these crops." wild forms of mustard and its relatives the radish and turnip can be found over west asia and europe, suggesting that their domestication took place somewhere in that area. However, zohary and hopf conclude, "suggestions as to the origins of these plants are necessarily based on linguistic considerations." there has been recent research into varieties of mustards that have a high oil content for use in the production of biodiesel, a renewable liquid fuel similar to diesel fuel. The biodiesel made from mustard oil has good cold flow properties and cetane ratings. The leftover meal after pressing out the oil has also been found to be an effective pesticide. brassica nigra (black mustard) is an annual weedy plant cultivated for its seeds, which are commonly used as a spice. The plant is believed to be native to the southern mediterranean region of europe, and has been cultivated for thousands of years. the spice is generally made from ground seeds of the plant, with the seed coats removed. The small (1 mm) seeds are hard and vary in color from dark brown to black. They are very flavorful, although they have almost no aroma. The seeds are commonly used in indian cuisine, for example in curry, where it is known as 'rai'. The seeds are usually thrown into hot oil or ghee after which they pop, releasing a characteristic 'nutty' flavor. The seeds have a significant amount of fatty oil. This oil is used often as cooking oil in india. ground seeds of the plant mixed with honey are widely used in eastern europe as cough suppressant. In eastern canada, the use of "mouche de moutarde" to treat respiratory infections was popular before the advent of modern medicine. It consisted in mixing ground mustard seeds with flour and water, and creating a cataplasm with the paste. This cataplasm was put on the chest or the back and left until the person felt a stinging sensation. the plant itself can grow from 2 to 8 feet tall with racemes of small yellow flowers. These flowers are usually up to 13" across, with 4 petals each. Its leaves are covered in small hairs. The leaves can wilt on hot days, but recover at night. since the 1950s, black mustard has become less popular as compared to india mustard because some cultivars of india mustard have seeds that can be mechanically harvested in a more efficient manner. brassica nigra

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We are engaged in the supplying of high quality mustard in the market. The mustard seed plant is consumed as a wholesome food. Besides, this juicy verity of spice is also used for extracting optimal quality oil. The mustard seed powder supplied by us is extensively used for treating food stuffs to enhance their aromatic flavor. In addition to it, we are reckoned as one of the most famous mustard oil exporters as well as suppliers in India. Mustards are several plant species in the genera Brassica and Sinapis whose small mustard seeds are used as a spice and, by grinding and mixing them with water, vinegar or other liquids, are turned into the condiment known as mustard. The seeds are also pressed to make mustard oil, and the edible leaves can be eaten as mustard greens. Mild white mustard (Sinapis hirta) grows wild in North Africa, the Middle East and Mediterranean Europe and has spread farther by long cultivation; brown or Indian mustard (B. juncea), originally from the foothills of the Himalaya, is grown commercially in the UK, Canada and the US; black mustard (B. nigra) in Argentina, Chile, the US and some European countries. Canada grows 90% of all the mustard seed for the international market. The Canadian province of Saskatchewan produces almost half of the world's supply of mustard seed. In addition to the mustards, the genus Brassica also includes cabbages, cauliflower, rapeseed and turnips. Although some varieties of mustard were well-established crops in Hellenistic and Roman times, Zohary and Hopf note that "there are almost no archeological records available for any of these crops." Wild forms of mustard and its relatives the radish and turnip can be found over west Asia and Europe, suggesting that their domestication took place somewhere in that area. However, Zohary and Hopf conclude, "Suggestions as to the origins of these plants are necessarily based on linguistic considerations." There has been recent research into varieties of mustards that have a high oil content for use in the production of biodiesel, a renewable liquid fuel similar to diesel fuel. The biodiesel made from mustard oil has good cold flow properties and cetane ratings. The leftover meal after pressing out the oil has also been found to be an effective pesticide. Brassica Nigra (Black Mustard) is an annual weedy plant cultivated for its seeds, which are commonly used as a spice. The plant is believed to be native to the southern Mediterranean region of Europe, and has been cultivated for thousands of years. The spice is generally made from ground seeds of the plant, with the seed coats removed. The small (1 mm) seeds are hard and vary in color from dark brown to black. They are very flavorful, although they have almost no aroma. The seeds are commonly used in Indian cuisine, for example in curry, where it is known as 'rai'. The seeds are usually thrown into hot oil or ghee after which they pop, releasing a characteristic 'nutty' flavor. The seeds have a significant amount of fatty oil. This oil is used often as cooking oil in India. Ground seeds of the plant mixed with honey are widely used in eastern Europe as cough suppressant. In Eastern Canada, the use of "mouche de moutarde" to treat respiratory infections was popular before the advent of modern medicine. It consisted in mixing ground mustard seeds with flour and water, and creating a cataplasm with the paste. This cataplasm was put on the chest or the back and left until the person felt a stinging sensation. The plant itself can grow from 2 to 8 feet tall with racemes of small yellow flowers. These flowers are usually up to 13" across, with 4 petals each. Its leaves are covered in small hairs. The leaves can wilt on hot days, but recover at night. Since the 1950s, black mustard has become less popular as compared to india mustard because some cultivars of india mustard have seeds that can be mechanically harvested in a more efficient manner. Brassica Nigra

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We are offering mustard. we are engaged in the supplying of high quality mustard in the market. The mustard seed plant is consumed as a wholesome food. Besides, this juicy verity of spice is also used for extracting optimal quality oil. The mustard seed powder supplied by us is extensively used for treating food stuffs to enhance their aromatic flavor. In addition to it, we are reckoned as one of the most famous mustard oil exporters as well as suppliers in india. mustards are several plant species in the genera brassica and sinapis whose small mustard seeds are used as a spice and, by grinding and mixing them with water, vinegar or other liquids, are turned into the condiment known as mustard. The seeds are also pressed to make mustard oil, and the edible leaves can be eaten as mustard greens. mild white mustard (sinapis hirta) grows wild in north africa, the middle east and mediterranean europe and has spread farther by long cultivation; brown or indian mustard (b. Juncea), originally from the foothills of the himalaya, is grown commercially in the uk, canada and the us; black mustard (b. Nigra) in argentina, chile, the us and some european countries. Canada grows 90% of all the mustard seed for the international market. The canadian province of saskatchewan produces almost half of the world's supply of mustard seed. In addition to the mustards, the genus brassica also includes cabbages, cauliflower, rapeseed and turnips. although some varieties of mustard were well-established crops in hellenistic and roman times, zohary and hopf note that "there are almost no archeological records available for any of these crops." wild forms of mustard and its relatives the radish and turnip can be found over west asia and europe, suggesting that their domestication took place somewhere in that area. However, zohary and hopf conclude, "suggestions as to the origins of these plants are necessarily based on linguistic considerations." there has been recent research into varieties of mustards that have a high oil content for use in the production of biodiesel, a renewable liquid fuel similar to diesel fuel. The biodiesel made from mustard oil has good cold flow properties and cetane ratings. The leftover meal after pressing out the oil has also been found to be an effective pesticide. brassica nigra (black mustard) is an annual weedy plant cultivated for its seeds, which are commonly used as a spice. The plant is believed to be native to the southern mediterranean region of europe, and has been cultivated for thousands of years. the spice is generally made from ground seeds of the plant, with the seed coats removed. The small (1 mm) seeds are hard and vary in color from dark brown to black. They are very flavorful, although they have almost no aroma. The seeds are commonly used in indian cuisine, for example in curry, where it is known as 'rai'. The seeds are usually thrown into hot oil or ghee after which they pop, releasing a characteristic 'nutty' flavor. The seeds have a significant amount of fatty oil. This oil is used often as cooking oil in india. ground seeds of the plant mixed with honey are widely used in eastern europe as cough suppressant. In eastern canada, the use of "mouche de moutarde" to treat respiratory infections was popular before the advent of modern medicine. It consisted in mixing ground mustard seeds with flour and water, and creating a cataplasm with the paste. This cataplasm was put on the chest or the back and left until the person felt a stinging sensation. the plant itself can grow from 2 to 8 feet tall with racemes of small yellow flowers. These flowers are usually up to 13" across, with 4 petals each. Its leaves are covered in small hairs. The leaves can wilt on hot days, but recover at night. since the 1950s, black mustard has become less popular as compared to india mustard because some cultivars of india mustard have seeds that can be mechanically harvested in a more efficient manner. brassica nigra

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We are engaged in the supplying of high quality mustard in the market. The mustard seed plant is consumed as a wholesome food. Besides, this juicy verity of spice is also used for extracting optimal quality oil. The mustard seed powder supplied by us is extensively used for treating food stuffs to enhance their aromatic flavor. In addition to it, we are reckoned as one of the most famous mustard oil exporters as well as suppliers in India. Mustards are several plant species in the genera Brassica and Sinapis whose small mustard seeds are used as a spice and, by grinding and mixing them with water, vinegar or other liquids, are turned into the condiment known as mustard. The seeds are also pressed to make mustard oil, and the edible leaves can be eaten as mustard greens. Mild white mustard (Sinapis hirta) grows wild in North Africa, the Middle East and Mediterranean Europe and has spread farther by long cultivation; brown or Indian mustard (B. juncea), originally from the foothills of the Himalaya, is grown commercially in the UK, Canada and the US; black mustard (B. nigra) in Argentina, Chile, the US and some European countries. Canada grows 90% of all the mustard seed for the international market. The Canadian province of Saskatchewan produces almost half of the world's supply of mustard seed. In addition to the mustards, the genus Brassica also includes cabbages, cauliflower, rapeseed and turnips. Although some varieties of mustard were well-established crops in Hellenistic and Roman times, Zohary and Hopf note that "there are almost no archeological records available for any of these crops." Wild forms of mustard and its relatives the radish and turnip can be found over west Asia and Europe, suggesting that their domestication took place somewhere in that area. However, Zohary and Hopf conclude, "Suggestions as to the origins of these plants are necessarily based on linguistic considerations." There has been recent research into varieties of mustards that have a high oil content for use in the production of biodiesel, a renewable liquid fuel similar to diesel fuel. The biodiesel made from mustard oil has good cold flow properties and cetane ratings. The leftover meal after pressing out the oil has also been found to be an effective pesticide. Brassica Nigra (Black Mustard) is an annual weedy plant cultivated for its seeds, which are commonly used as a spice. The plant is believed to be native to the southern Mediterranean region of Europe, and has been cultivated for thousands of years. The spice is generally made from ground seeds of the plant, with the seed coats removed. The small (1 mm) seeds are hard and vary in color from dark brown to black. They are very flavorful, although they have almost no aroma. The seeds are commonly used in Indian cuisine, for example in curry, where it is known as 'rai'. The seeds are usually thrown into hot oil or ghee after which they pop, releasing a characteristic 'nutty' flavor. The seeds have a significant amount of fatty oil. This oil is used often as cooking oil in India. Ground seeds of the plant mixed with honey are widely used in eastern Europe as cough suppressant. In Eastern Canada, the use of "mouche de moutarde" to treat respiratory infections was popular before the advent of modern medicine. It consisted in mixing ground mustard seeds with flour and water, and creating a cataplasm with the paste. This cataplasm was put on the chest or the back and left until the person felt a stinging sensation. The plant itself can grow from 2 to 8 feet tall with racemes of small yellow flowers. These flowers are usually up to 13" across, with 4 petals each. Its leaves are covered in small hairs. The leaves can wilt on hot days, but recover at night. Since the 1950s, black mustard has become less popular as compared to india mustard because some cultivars of india mustard have seeds that can be mechanically harvested in a more efficient manner. Brassica Nigra

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We are offering mustard. we are engaged in the supplying of high quality mustard in the market. The mustard seed plant is consumed as a wholesome food. Besides, this juicy verity of spice is also used for extracting optimal quality oil. The mustard seed powder supplied by us is extensively used for treating food stuffs to enhance their aromatic flavor. In addition to it, we are reckoned as one of the most famous mustard oil exporters as well as suppliers in india. mustards are several plant species in the genera brassica and sinapis whose small mustard seeds are used as a spice and, by grinding and mixing them with water, vinegar or other liquids, are turned into the condiment known as mustard. The seeds are also pressed to make mustard oil, and the edible leaves can be eaten as mustard greens. mild white mustard (sinapis hirta) grows wild in north africa, the middle east and mediterranean europe and has spread farther by long cultivation; brown or indian mustard (b. Juncea), originally from the foothills of the himalaya, is grown commercially in the uk, canada and the us; black mustard (b. Nigra) in argentina, chile, the us and some european countries. Canada grows 90% of all the mustard seed for the international market. The canadian province of saskatchewan produces almost half of the world's supply of mustard seed. In addition to the mustards, the genus brassica also includes cabbages, cauliflower, rapeseed and turnips. although some varieties of mustard were well-established crops in hellenistic and roman times, zohary and hopf note that "there are almost no archeological records available for any of these crops." wild forms of mustard and its relatives the radish and turnip can be found over west asia and europe, suggesting that their domestication took place somewhere in that area. However, zohary and hopf conclude, "suggestions as to the origins of these plants are necessarily based on linguistic considerations." there has been recent research into varieties of mustards that have a high oil content for use in the production of biodiesel, a renewable liquid fuel similar to diesel fuel. The biodiesel made from mustard oil has good cold flow properties and cetane ratings. The leftover meal after pressing out the oil has also been found to be an effective pesticide. brassica nigra (black mustard) is an annual weedy plant cultivated for its seeds, which are commonly used as a spice. The plant is believed to be native to the southern mediterranean region of europe, and has been cultivated for thousands of years. the spice is generally made from ground seeds of the plant, with the seed coats removed. The small (1 mm) seeds are hard and vary in color from dark brown to black. They are very flavorful, although they have almost no aroma. The seeds are commonly used in indian cuisine, for example in curry, where it is known as 'rai'. The seeds are usually thrown into hot oil or ghee after which they pop, releasing a characteristic 'nutty' flavor. The seeds have a significant amount of fatty oil. This oil is used often as cooking oil in india. ground seeds of the plant mixed with honey are widely used in eastern europe as cough suppressant. In eastern canada, the use of "mouche de moutarde" to treat respiratory infections was popular before the advent of modern medicine. It consisted in mixing ground mustard seeds with flour and water, and creating a cataplasm with the paste. This cataplasm was put on the chest or the back and left until the person felt a stinging sensation. the plant itself can grow from 2 to 8 feet tall with racemes of small yellow flowers. These flowers are usually up to 13" across, with 4 petals each. Its leaves are covered in small hairs. The leaves can wilt on hot days, but recover at night. since the 1950s, black mustard has become less popular as compared to india mustard because some cultivars of india mustard have seeds that can be mechanically harvested in a more efficient manner. brassica nigra

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Mustard

We are offering mustard. we are engaged in the supplying of high quality mustard in the market. The mustard seed plant is consumed as a wholesome food. Besides, this juicy verity of spice is also used for extracting optimal quality oil. The mustard seed powder supplied by us is extensively used for treating food stuffs to enhance their aromatic flavor. In addition to it, we are reckoned as one of the most famous mustard oil exporters as well as suppliers in india. mustards are several plant species in the genera brassica and sinapis whose small mustard seeds are used as a spice and, by grinding and mixing them with water, vinegar or other liquids, are turned into the condiment known as mustard. The seeds are also pressed to make mustard oil, and the edible leaves can be eaten as mustard greens. mild white mustard (sinapis hirta) grows wild in north africa, the middle east and mediterranean europe and has spread farther by long cultivation; brown or indian mustard (b. Juncea), originally from the foothills of the himalaya, is grown commercially in the uk, canada and the us; black mustard (b. Nigra) in argentina, chile, the us and some european countries. Canada grows 90% of all the mustard seed for the international market. The canadian province of saskatchewan produces almost half of the world's supply of mustard seed. In addition to the mustards, the genus brassica also includes cabbages, cauliflower, rapeseed and turnips. although some varieties of mustard were well-established crops in hellenistic and roman times, zohary and hopf note that "there are almost no archeological records available for any of these crops." wild forms of mustard and its relatives the radish and turnip can be found over west asia and europe, suggesting that their domestication took place somewhere in that area. However, zohary and hopf conclude, "suggestions as to the origins of these plants are necessarily based on linguistic considerations." there has been recent research into varieties of mustards that have a high oil content for use in the production of biodiesel, a renewable liquid fuel similar to diesel fuel. The biodiesel made from mustard oil has good cold flow properties and cetane ratings. The leftover meal after pressing out the oil has also been found to be an effective pesticide. brassica nigra (black mustard) is an annual weedy plant cultivated for its seeds, which are commonly used as a spice. The plant is believed to be native to the southern mediterranean region of europe, and has been cultivated for thousands of years. the spice is generally made from ground seeds of the plant, with the seed coats removed. The small (1 mm) seeds are hard and vary in color from dark brown to black. They are very flavorful, although they have almost no aroma. The seeds are commonly used in indian cuisine, for example in curry, where it is known as 'rai'. The seeds are usually thrown into hot oil or ghee after which they pop, releasing a characteristic 'nutty' flavor. The seeds have a significant amount of fatty oil. This oil is used often as cooking oil in india. ground seeds of the plant mixed with honey are widely used in eastern europe as cough suppressant. In eastern canada, the use of "mouche de moutarde" to treat respiratory infections was popular before the advent of modern medicine. It consisted in mixing ground mustard seeds with flour and water, and creating a cataplasm with the paste. This cataplasm was put on the chest or the back and left until the person felt a stinging sensation. the plant itself can grow from 2 to 8 feet tall with racemes of small yellow flowers. These flowers are usually up to 13" across, with 4 petals each. Its leaves are covered in small hairs. The leaves can wilt on hot days, but recover at night. since the 1950s, black mustard has become less popular as compared to india mustard because some cultivars of india mustard have seeds that can be mechanically harvested in a more efficient manner. brassica nigra

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