Health Benefits of Carom Seeds or Ajwain (Bishop's Weed)

Semente-de-orégano carom seeds | trachyspermum ammi

What is Semente-de-orégano – Semente-de-orégano is the Portuguese name for Carom seeds or Ajwain (Trachyspermum ammi). Semente-de-orégano is also known as Semente-de-orégano, Semente-de-orégano caraway, thymol seeds, Semente-de-orégano, or carom. It is an annual herb in the family Apiaceae.

Both the leaves and the seed‑like fruit of Semente-de-orégano plant are consumed by humans. It looks similar to fennel and cumin seeds and is highly fragrant, smelling like thyme. Its taste, however, is more like oregano and anise due to the bitter notes and strong flavour.

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Semente-de-orégano has an aroma almost exactly like thyme because it also contains thymol, but they are more aromatic and less subtle in taste, as well as being somewhat bitter and pungent.

T. ammi or ajwain is widely cultivated as a spice for curries in India, the Mediterranean and Ethiopia. Usually the fruits are dried, roasted and ground before use.

Semente-de-orégano or Carom seeds are incredibly nutritious, being rich in fibre, antioxidants, and other vitamins and minerals. Because of this, they have been associated with health benefits and long been used in traditional Indian medicine practices.

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