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There is an abundant treasure provided for human by nature. Vegetables and fruits are first in place on that list.


The medical world claims that vegetables provide nutrients for body movement and fruits eliminate unwanted substances from the body. These protect us from infection and disease. Fruits also have a variety of nutrients. The nutrients in each fruit are healthy.


Kiwi fruit is rich in vitamin C, minerals and rich in antioxidants, phytonutrients, and fiber which are needed to boost immunity.


Its interior is greenish-yellow in color like gold. It has a mixed taste of sweet and sour. Once you tried eating this fruit, you will be tempted to eat again and again. Cooling the body. Overall it has a lot of medicinal properties.


Consuming kiwi fruit regularly will reduce bowel cancer, heart disease, aging skin, and diabetes. Relieves digestive disorders.


Besides, kiwi fruit repels cough, colds, flu fever, and asthma. It is high in iron and makes the body strong. Increasing hemoglobin in the blood. Researchers say that kiwi fruit makes us enthusiastic without being tired.

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Cuminum cyminum is a medicinal herb.


Mostly cultivated in North India. It has been used in spices throughout the world, mainly in Arabia. It looks like the world cumin is an Arabian word. Syria has a history proof that from nearly four thousand years ago cumin being used in their food.

The dried seeds of this type of plant are called cumin.

It seems that it has been used for a long time in our food. Thiruvannamalai temple inscription has a detail that people bought cumin seeds by exchanging Rice. 

Sidha theraiyar told that eating eight cloves along with ten cumin seeds, honey cure hiccup immediately. 

56% Hydrocarbons, Terpene, and Thymol are extracted from cumin. Thymol - [anthelminticagaint in HOOK WORM infections, and also as an antiseptic] is used in many pharmaceutical companies to destroy hook work from stomachs.

BOTANICAL NAME: Cuminum Cyminum  
FAMILY: Apiaceae

Cumin is the name of this herb in English. Jeera in Hindi, jeelakara in Telugu, Sirake in Kannada, Sire in Marathi, Jiru in Gujarati, Kotha Jiraa in the Assamese, Jirga in Oriya, Jair in Kashmir.

Drinking cold water after eating a few cumin seeds will relieve dizziness and drowsiness.
Cumin with grape juice can help control blood pressure.

Eating cumin with Sesbania grandiflora(Agathi keerai) , small onions cure mental illness.

Drinking Butter Milk with cumin, ginger, and a little salt will help to reduce the gas.
Mix cumin and lemon juice and soak for a day. This can be eaten twice daily for three days for completely cure bile.

Eat Dry ginger, cumin, pepper powder mixed with honey to keep all the body's internal organs running smoothly.

Cumin has the power to cool the body and make the body glow.

Chew little cumin, two betels leaves, four good peppers together and drink a glass of cold water, will cure stomach problems. If you eat a little cumin with an ajwain will cure diarrhea. Grind a little cumin, with Phyllanthus niruri and lemon juice and drink to heal the liver disorder.

Cumin helps in many ways in giving taste and flavor to food. It plays an important role in the preparation of various spices. Medicine for digestion and gas trouble.

Heating little cumin, finely ground pepper powder in coconut oil, and cool down. Rubbing this oil on the head will heal eye irritation and water loss from the eye.

The cumin is lightly roasted and eating with palm sugar will strengthen nerves. Heal the nervous system disorder.

Generally, cumin is
Heat stimulator
Appetizer
Launcher of astringent
Eliminate flatulence and carminative

Cumin is An herb that has long been known to people! A great herb to make flavor and digest food!

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