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Ajwain Whole ORGANIC 50g

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Ajwain Whole ORGANIC 50g

Spice mixes from Amla NaturAdd flavour and balance with spices


Spices are not just great flavour-enhancers, they come with therapeutic properties as well. Sauté your spices in Ghee and add to your dishes, add some to soups, stews and sauces as they're cooking or sprinkle over prepared vegetables or rice at the table. Convenient, and mouth-wateringly delicious!

Ajwain / Ajowan spice

Eliminates Ama


Ajwain (King's Caraway) is essential with Dal and vegetable dishes. Frequently it is roasted in ghee before use. Often incorrectly called lovage or celery seed. Ajwain tastes like caraway or thyme, only stronger. The seeds are small, gray-green in color and quite peppery when raw, but milder when cooked.

According to Ayurvedic teaching Ajwain eliminates deep-seated Ama, calms the Vata dosha and revitalises prana, the vital energy (not scientifically proven). Ajwain - goes well with ginger and makes potatoes, pastries, breads and legumes easier to digest.

  • Ajwain – also known as Ajowan or carom, is a commonly-used ayurvedic spice.
  • The Latin name for this spice is carum copticum. It tastes like caraway or thyme, only stronger. The seeds are small, gray-green in color and quite peppery when raw, but milder when cooked.
  • Ajwain is helpful for pacifying Vata and Kapha, and increases Pitta. It contributes the pungent taste, with a slight bitter undertone.
  • According to Ayurveda, Ajwain is a powerful cleanser. It is helpful for stimulating the appetite and enhancing digestion. It is recommended to help alleviate gas and discomfort in the stomach. It is also helpful for the functioning of the respiratory system and the kidneys.
  • Ajwain is commonly added to deep-fried foods, such as fritters, in Indian cooking, to help ease digestion. A pinch added to buttermilk or digestive lassi can promote digestion if taken after lunch. Add a pinch to rice as it is cooking, for aroma and flavour.
  • Ajwain can be combined with other spices such as turmeric, paprika, cumin, black pepper, fennel and coriander.

Spice mixes from Amla NaturSpice Wise


The exotic colours and heady aromas of spices can elevate an ordinary dish into a sublime feast for the sense of sight, smell and taste. What's more, most spices also come with therapeutic properties, so every meal that includes spices can become an experience in enhancing health and well-being. Ayurveda, the ancient system of healing from India, has been singing the praises of spices as "wonder foods" for thousands of years. Spices are ingredients in many synergistic ayurvedic herbal formulations, and an ayurvedic expert, when giving you advice, is as likely to recommend specific spices to include in your diet as to suggest herbal supplements for you to take.

Ideal to sauté your spice mix - Original Ayurveda Bio Ghee.


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Ajwain Whole ORGANIC 50g

Unit: 50 g
SKU: 20107

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Ajwain / Ajowan spice

Eliminates Ama

Ajwain (King's Caraway) is essential with Dal and vegetable dishes. Frequently it is roasted in ghee before use. Often incorrectly called lovage or celery seed. Ajwain tastes like caraway or thyme, only stronger.

The seeds are small, gray-green in color and quite peppery when raw, but milder when cooked. According to Ayurvedic teaching Ajwain eliminates deep-seated Ama, calms the Vata dosha and revitalises prana, the vital energy (not scientifically proven). Ajwain - goes well with ginger and makes potatoes, pastries, breads and legumes easier to digest.

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Shaker tin. 50g

Ajwain Whole ORGANIC 50g

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  • Ajwain (Ajowan) whole seeds

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20107

Ingredients:


  • Ajowan *

* from controlled organic cultivation.

Peanut free, gluten-free, lactose-free, peel fruit free, nut free.

Bio, vegan.

Allergy advice: Contains:

None known.

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Quantity 50 g
Ean code 4032582002062
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Spice mixes from Amla NaturAdd flavour and balance with spices


Spices are not just great flavour-enhancers, they come with therapeutic properties as well. Sauté your spices in Ghee and add to your dishes, add some to soups, stews and sauces as they're cooking or sprinkle over prepared vegetables or rice at the table. Convenient, and mouth-wateringly delicious!

Ajwain / Ajowan spice

Eliminates Ama


Ajwain (King's Caraway) is essential with Dal and vegetable dishes. Frequently it is roasted in ghee before use. Often incorrectly called lovage or celery seed. Ajwain tastes like caraway or thyme, only stronger. The seeds are small, gray-green in color and quite peppery when raw, but milder when cooked.

According to Ayurvedic teaching Ajwain eliminates deep-seated Ama, calms the Vata dosha and revitalises prana, the vital energy (not scientifically proven). Ajwain - goes well with ginger and makes potatoes, pastries, breads and legumes easier to digest.

  • Ajwain – also known as Ajowan or carom, is a commonly-used ayurvedic spice.
  • The Latin name for this spice is carum copticum. It tastes like caraway or thyme, only stronger. The seeds are small, gray-green in color and quite peppery when raw, but milder when cooked.
  • Ajwain is helpful for pacifying Vata and Kapha, and increases Pitta. It contributes the pungent taste, with a slight bitter undertone.
  • According to Ayurveda, Ajwain is a powerful cleanser. It is helpful for stimulating the appetite and enhancing digestion. It is recommended to help alleviate gas and discomfort in the stomach. It is also helpful for the functioning of the respiratory system and the kidneys.
  • Ajwain is commonly added to deep-fried foods, such as fritters, in Indian cooking, to help ease digestion. A pinch added to buttermilk or digestive lassi can promote digestion if taken after lunch. Add a pinch to rice as it is cooking, for aroma and flavour.
  • Ajwain can be combined with other spices such as turmeric, paprika, cumin, black pepper, fennel and coriander.

Spice mixes from Amla NaturSpice Wise


The exotic colours and heady aromas of spices can elevate an ordinary dish into a sublime feast for the sense of sight, smell and taste. What's more, most spices also come with therapeutic properties, so every meal that includes spices can become an experience in enhancing health and well-being. Ayurveda, the ancient system of healing from India, has been singing the praises of spices as "wonder foods" for thousands of years. Spices are ingredients in many synergistic ayurvedic herbal formulations, and an ayurvedic expert, when giving you advice, is as likely to recommend specific spices to include in your diet as to suggest herbal supplements for you to take.

Ideal to sauté your spice mix - Original Ayurveda Bio Ghee.

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