Common Cumin ( cuminum cyminum ) contains antioxidants and also vitamins A and C. Cumin which gives many Mexican dishes their taste is also used as an essential oil.
Cumin contains iron and may be beneficial for anemia.
Cumin also has quite a few phytochemicals besides antioxidants such as flavonoids, alkaloids, phenols, and terpenes.
Cumin has been known for treating edema, heart, upset stomach, vomiting and fevers. Cumin used as a culinary and medicinal aid that helps with Nausea, but its history goes back to biblical times or thousands of years. Not to be mistaken with the traditional black seed which has been used by people living in the Middle East and parts of Asia and Africa to promote health and wellbeing.
Isaish 28:27 mentions both caraway and cumin
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