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Cumin seeds, whose scientific name is Cuminum cyminum, are a very good source of iron, a mineral that plays many vital roles in the body. Iron is an integral component of hemoglobin, which transports oxygen from the lungs to all body cells, and is also part of key enzyme systems for energy production and metabolism. Additionally, iron is instrumental in keeping your immune system healthy. Iron is particularly important for menstruating women, who lose iron each month during menses. Additionally, growing children and adolescents have increased needs for iron, as do women who are pregnant or lactating.

Cumin is the dried seed of the herb Cuminum cyminum, a member of the parsley family. The cumin plant grows to 30-50 cm (1-2 ft) tall and is harvested by hand.

Cultivation and uses

Cumin is the  popular spice in the world after black pepper. Cumin seeds are used as a spice for their distinctive aroma, popular in Indian, asian, and the Western countries..

Cumin's distinctive flavour and strong, warm aroma is due to its essential oil content. Its main constituent and important aroma compound is cuminaldehyde (4-isopropylbenzaldehyde). Important aroma compounds of toasted cumin are the substituted pyrazines, 2-ethoxy-3-isopropylpyrazine, 2-methoxy-3-sec-butylpyrazine, and 2-methoxy-3-methylpyrazine.

Cumin can be used to season many dishes, either powder or seeds, as it draws out their natural sweetnesses. It is traditionally added to curries, enchiladas, tacos, and other Middle-Eastern, Indian, Cuban and Mexican-style foods.

Cumin seeds have traditionally been noted to be of benefit to the digestive system, and scientific research is beginning to bear out cumin's age-old reputation. Research has shown that cumin may stimulate the secretion of pancreatic enzymes, compounds necessary for proper digestion and nutrient assimilation. Cumin seeds and cumin powder should be kept in a tightly sealed glass container in a cool, dark and dry place. Ground cumin will keep for about six months, while the whole seeds will stay fresh for about one year.

Medicinal  & general uses

Cumin seed is considered to be an herb in traditional medicine, Cumin is not to be confused with fennel seeds. In herbal medicine, cumin is classified as stimulant, carminative, and antimicrobial. Cumin seeds may also have anti-carcinogenic properties. In one study, cumin was shown to protect laboratory animals from developing stomach or liver tumors. This cancer-protective effect may be due to cumin's potent free radical scavenging abilities as well as the ability it has shown to enhance the liver's detoxification enzymes. Yet, since free radical scavenging and detoxification are important considerations for the general maintenance of wellness, cumin's contribution to wellness may be even more farther reaching.

Cumin seeds have an aromatic odor and a spicy and somewhat bitter taste. These are largely used as condiment and form an essential ingredient in all mixed spices and curry powders for flavoring soups, pickles, curries, and for seasoning breads, cakes and so on. Aqueous extract of cumin seed is frequently used for removing intestinal worms, The seeds have been considered as stimulant, carminative, stomachic, astringent and useful in diarrhea and dyspepsia. The essential oil is similarly used for flavoring various food items and as a basic perfume, The oil cake is a good cattle fodder.
Cumin seeds & Powder
Nutritional value per 100 g (3.5 oz)
Energy 370 kcal   1570 kJ
Carbohydrates     {{{carbs}}}
Fat 22.27 g
- saturated  1.535 g
Protein 17.81 g
Water 8.06 g
Vitamin A equiv.  64 μg  7%
Riboflavin (Vit. B2)  0.327 mg   22%
Niacin (Vit. B3)  4.579 mg   31%
Vitamin B6  0.435 mg 33%
Folate (Vit. B9)  10 μg  3%
Vitamin B12  0 μg   0%
Vitamin C  7.7 mg 13%
Vitamin E  3.33 mg 22%
Vitamin K  5.4 μg 5%
Calcium  931 mg 93%
Iron  66.36 mg 531%
Magnesium  366 mg 99% 
Phosphorus  499 mg 71%
Potassium  1788 mg   38%
Sodium  168 mg 7%
Zinc  4.8 mg 48%
Mess size :- 40 mesh pass through

Dill Powder

We offer dill powder of 40 mesh pass through


Indian dill its botanical name as (Anetheum graveolens or sowa) is found in large parts of Northern India Dill is a herbaceous annual with pinnately divided leaves. The ripe, light brown seeds emit an aromatic odour. The leaves have pleasant aromatic odour and warm taste. Both seeds and leaves are valued as spice.

The composition of Indian dill seeds are given below

Moisture 6.7 %
Protien 12%
Fats 15%
Crude Fiber 20%
Carbohydrates 36%
Calcium 1.6%
Phosphours 1.2%
Sodium 0.01%
Total ash 6 %
Acid insoluble ash 1.5%

Medicinal & general Uses

Dill seed is used both whole and ground as a condiment in soups, salads, processed meats, sausages and pickling. Dill stems and blossom heads are used for dill pickles. The essential oil is used in the manufacture of soaps. Both seeds and oil are used in indigenous medicinal preparations. The emulsion of dill oil in water is an aromatic carminative.

Dill, as a medicine, has been used as  a digestive herb and to induce sleep. Its use has also been claimed to improve vaitality and brain power.

Fennel Powder

We are offering Fennel powder of 40 mesh pass through.
Fenugreek is a plant which is from the leguminosae family and carries the botanical name”Trigonella foenum-graecum linn”. It is name methi or methya in different parts of India.

Fennel is widely cultivated, both in its native range and elsewhere, for its edible, strongly-flavoured leaves and seeds.

Fennel is used as a spice, a medicine and food preservative from a very long period of time. Fennel is used as a condiment and as culinary spice for meat dishes, fishes and seafood, pickles, breadgiving a special flavor. For medicinal uses, fennel is used to improve eyesight, aid digestion and cure obesity besides other uses. Fennel essential oil is used in soaps, and some perfumes. It is crunchy and slightly sweet, adding a refreshing contribution to the ever popular Mediterranean cuisine.

The composition of fennel seed is given below

Moisture 6.30 %
Protein 9.5 %
Fat 10 %
Crude fiber 18.5 %
Carbohydrates 42.3 %
Total ash 13.4 %
Calcium 1.3 %
Phosphorus 0.48 %
Iron 0.01 %
Sodium 0.09 %
Potassium 1.7 %
Vitamin B1:9.41 mg/100 g.
Vitamin B2:0.36 mg/100 g.
Niacin 6.0 mg/100 g.
Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) 12.0 mg/100 g.
Vitamin A 1040 I.U./100 g.
Calorific Value 370 calories/100 g.

Medicinal & general use

Fennel contains anethole, which can explain some of its medical effects: it, or its polymers, act as phytoestrogens

Intestinal tract

On account of its carminative properties, Fennel is chiefly used medicinally with purgatives to allay their side effects and for this purpose forms one of the ingredients of the well-known compound Liquorice Powder.

Fennel water has properties similar to those of anise and dill water: mixed with sodium bicarbonate and syrup, these waters constitute the domestic 'Gripe Water', used to ease flatulence in infants; it also can be made into a syrup to treat babies with colic or painful teething. Long term ingestion of fennel preparations by babies is a known cause of thelarche.  For adults, fennel seeds or tea can relax the intestines and reduce bloating caused by digestive disorders. Essential oil of fennel has these properties in concentration.

Fennel tea, formerly also employed as a carminative, is made by pouring boiling water on a teaspoonful of bruised fennel seeds.


In the Indian subcontinent, Fennel seeds are also eaten raw, sometimes with some sweetener, as it is said to improve eyesight.[citation needed] Fennel tea can be used as an eye tonic, applied directly like eyedrops or as a compress, to reduce soreness and inflammation of the eye.[citation needed] Extracts of fennel seed have been shown in animal studies to have a potential use in the treatment of glaucoma.

Blood and urine

Some people use fennel as a diuretic,[citation needed] and it may be an effective diuretic and a potential drug for treatment of hypertension


There are historical anecdotes that fennel is a galactogogue,[16] improving the milk supply of a breastfeeding mother. This use, although not supported by direct evidence, is sometimes justified by the fact that fennel is a source of phytoestrogens, which promote growth of breast tissue.[17] However, normal lactation does not involve growth of breast tissue. There is a single case report of fennel tea ingested by a breastfeeding mother resulting in neurotoxicity for the newborn child.[18]

Other uses

Syrup prepared from fennel juice was formerly given for chronic coughs. Fennel is also largely used for cattle condiments. It is one of the plants which is said to be disliked by fleas, and powdered fennel has the effect of driving away fleas from kennels and stables. [19] Plain water drunk after chewing and consuming fennel seeds tastes extremely sweet.
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