It is a flowering plant in the Apiaceae family, which is native to the Middle East and has spread from eastern countries to India. Its seeds come from its dried fruit. It is used in the cooking of many cultures. Cumin is also used in traditional medicine and is used as a very strong therapeutic agent. This plant has a hot and dry nature.

Properties of cumin

  • Menstrual cycle regulation
  • Treatment of menstrual pain
  • Treatment of flatulence
  • Treatment of intestinal and stomach gas
  • Suitable for weight loss
  • Treatment of kidney issues
  • Blood production
  • Immune system booster
  • Useful for the digestive tract

Harms of excess cumin consumption

Cumin is harmful for pregnant women and lactating mothers, and its excessive consumption damages the kidneys and liver, causes allergies in some people, and may cause low blood sugar and bleeding during menstruation.

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